Poly Max™ Polyester Acoustical Wall & Ceiling Panels
Acoustical Wall & Ceiling Tiles
Poly Max polyester tackable wall panels offer an acoustically absorbent panel that is non-allergenic, non-toxic, and contains no chemical irritants or formaldehyde. These decorative acoustic ceiling and wall panels can be printed with custom graphics to blend into any décor.
- Formaldehyde Free
- No Binding Agents
- No Chemical Irritants
- Architecturally Decorative
- Tackable Surface
- Impact Resistant
- Class A Fire Rated
- 60% Polyethylene Terephthalate – Recycled Content
Poly Max Tackable Wall Panel Installation Tutorial
Benefits Compared To Fiberglass
These decorative acoustic ceiling and wall panels contain no chemical irritants and are: non-allergenic, non-toxic, formaldehyde free, increased impact resistance, no binding agents & cost competitive
Tackable walls made from 100% polyester (60% PET - Recycled Fiber, 40% PET - virgin fiber)
Theaters & home theaters, gymnasiums & multipurpose room, commercial & office buildings, studios & production houses, pro audio, restaurants & night clubs, government & municipal buildings, hospitals & medical clinics, schools & universities, houses of worship, industrial & manufacturing facilities and much more
Standard Size: 48″ × 96″
Cut to Size/Custom Sizes: Up to : 48″ × 96″
For custom sizes, please call us for details.
Ceiling Tiles: 23¾″ × 47¾″
1/2", 1″ and 2"
White, Beige and Black
Color options and print graphics available, please call us for details
1/2" thick 12.5# per cubic feet,
1" thick 7.5# per cubic feet,
2" thick 5# per cubic feet,
Class A Fire Rated per ASTM E84
Flame Spread Index = 15
Smoke Developed Index = 250
Wall Panels: Adhesive, Direct Attach, Z-Clip, Stick Pin options available
Ceiling Tiles: Lay-In, Adhesive
Custom Graphic Options
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Type A – signifies panels that are mounted/installed directly onto a wall or ceiling.
Type E400 – signifies panels that are installed into a T-bar ceiling grid, where air space exists behind panels.
Please download and read through tests for additional information