Total Acoustics

The ideal combination of sound absorption and sound blocking

          Shown above: ULTIMA (l), CIRRUS (m), and CALLA (r)


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Total Acoustics panels feature the ideal combination of acoustic absorption (NRC) and sound blocking (CAC) - total design flexibility and noise control for each space.

Total Acoustics ceiling panels are rated BEST, BETTER, GOOD so you can easily choose the ceiling that's right for your spaces.



Total Acoustics ceiling panels feature the ideal combination of sound absorption and sound blocking. So whether you are trying to reduce noise in concentration or focus spaces, creating collaborative environments or working to ensure confidentiality, get total noise control and design flexibility with Total Acoustics ceiling panels.

Click the BEST, BETTER, GOOD options below to see the products that fit your space.

  • Best



    High traffic spaces or multipurpose spaces where maximum sound absorption and sound blocking are needed to help keep noise levels down and prevent disruption to adjacent spaces.

  • Better


    TOTAL ACOUSTICS = NRC 0.70-0.75 AND CAC 35+

    Spaces where strong sound absorption and sound blocking are needed for all-around acoustical performance.

  • Good


    TOTAL ACOUSTICS = NRC 0.60-0.65 AND CAC 35+

    Spaces where less sound absorption is required but sound blocking is needed to maintain privacy between adjacent areas.

Total Acoustics for Every Space


Studies show that excessive noise at the office reduces worker effectiveness, raises stress and lowers employee satisfaction. Today's flexible spaces call for concentration one minute and collaboration the next. Total Acoustics ceiling panels not only address quiet concentration and energetic collaboration in today's workplace, but everything in between.


Excessive noise in corridors and chaotic treatment rooms negatively affects patient's ability to heal and limits privacy. Total Acoustics ceiling panels address today's healthcare facilities requirements to ensure speech privacy requirements (HIPAA), while improving patient well being during recuperation.


Each day thousands of students are unable to understand one out of every four words in classrooms due to inadequate ceiling acoustics. Total Acoustics ceiling panels can help create a better place for teachers to teach and students to learn.

Continuing Education

New AIA Approved CEU - Innovations in Acoustical Ceilings for Today's Flexible Interiors

Understanding how to design for acoustics in today's flexible interiors takes on new importance as traditional acoustical recommendations are not compatible with current design trends. Architects are challenged with designing spaces that have multiple functions. Now the science behind the ceiling is able to provide both high sound absorption (NRC) and sound blocking (CAC) in the same panel. 

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