Ceiling panel options are available to install using the Suprafine XL 9/16" Grid System. This installation method offers a narrow 9/16" grid face versus the traditional 15/16" grid face, helping to minimize the look of metal grid.
|Material Type||Mineral Fiber|
Sag / Humidity Resistance
Products with sag and humidity resistance maintain a flat, attractive ceiling surface in areas prone to moisture.
Standard: Appropriate for climate controlled interior spaces.
Superior (HumiGuard Plus): Appropriate for non-climate controlled interior spaces. Ceiling panels with HumiGuard Plus performance maintain superior sag resistance and are recommended for areas subject to high humidity.
Superior (Inherent): Some ceiling panels will naturally maintain a flat, attractive surface due to their material type.
Armstrong residential ceilings meet residential fire code standards and most all provide a Class A flame spread rating. For applications requiring UL Fire Rated Assemblies, use our Fire Guard ceiling and grid items that are specially formulated to provide enhanced resistance against structural failure.
As a manufacturer, Armstrong Ceilings does not set retail product prices. The approximate cost range is meant to serve only as a guide. Special order pricing may also vary from the range provided. For specific pricing information, please visit your local retailer.
$1.00 - $2.49/Sq. Ft.
$2.50 - $4.19/Sq. Ft.
$6.00 - $8.99/Sq. Ft.
|pdf Data Sheet - BRIGHTEX 132K|
|pdf Data Sheet - RAISED PANEL / SINGLE RAISED PANEL 111K|
|pdf Data Sheet - SAHARA 367K|
|pdf Installation Instructions - 15/16" and 9/16" Grid 719K|
|pdf SDS - Mineral Fiber 453K|
|pdf WARRANTY - 10/30 YEAR LIMITED FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE CEILING SYSTEMS 115K|
|pdf Warranty - 1 Year Limited for Mineral Fiber Ceilings 34K|
Read the detailed installation instructions before starting your project.
Used to install 24" x 24" drop ceiling panels designed for 9/16" narrow grid systems. Components include main beams, cross tees, wall molding, and hanger wire.
Easy: Use basic DIY tools, such as a hand drill, utility knife, and tape measure.
Intermediate: Use more advanced tools, such as circular saws, table saws and leveling devices.
Advanced: Use the same tools as intermediate level, but the ceiling system will have more complicated layouts and perimeter finishing options.