Fade Acoustic Plaster

What Is Fade Acoustic Plaster

Pacy & Wheatley offers Fade Acoustic Plaster for installation throughout the UK. This is a high-quality plastering system that absorbs unwanted noise from your space. Providing a more flexible alternative to traditional solutions, it can be applied onto virtually any surface making it perfect for curved walls, dramatic angles and arches.

The solution comes in two different variations, the Plus+ and the Albus. The Plus+ has an ultra smooth, fine grain finish whereas the Albus gives a smooth, medium grain finish. Both solutions have a choice of finishes from fine texture, trowelled and smooth. They are available in a vast range of colours so can be tailored to your design requirements and can be installed at either 25mm class B or 40mm class A.

The Fade Acoustic Plaster can be applied either directly onto your walls or onto a timber/steel grid system using either adhesive or Fade’s Special Washers. Alternatively the solution can be sprayed directly onto primed plasterboard giving a total thickness of 3-4mm. The plaster is easily repaired allowing local areas to be fixed without requiring a full respray.

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Albus in museum

Plus+Ultra Smooth

An ultra smooth, fine grain & super white finish. Sanded or trowelled to achieve a highly aesthetic and seamless acoustic solution.

Light reflectance:

93%

Standard color:

NCS S 0300-N

Class A Fire Testing as per

ASTM E84 & A2-s1,d0 as per

EN 13501 2007+A1:2009

NRC up to:

0.90 (Class A)

Albus Smooth in Museum

Albus Smooth

A smooth, medium grain & pure white finish. Sanded or trowelled to achieve a highly aesthetic and seamless acoustic solution.

Light reflectance:

81%

Standard color:

NCS S 0500-N

A2-s1,d0 as per EN 13501

2007+A1:2009

NRC up to: 1.0

(Class A)

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