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USG Ceilings Radar 2 ft. x 4 ft. Lay-in Ceiling Tile (3-Pack)
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USG Ceilings

Radar 2 ft. x 4 ft. Lay-in Ceiling Tile (3-Pack)

$1980 /case

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Radar acoustical ceiling panels are economical, medium textured panels that feature a unique, non-directional pattern. They are made with a water felted manufacturing process that provides excellent ceiling attenuation class (CAC) performance. They install quickly and easily and are classified as low emitting ceiling panels. The surface of the panel has perforations that aids in sound absorption, and it cleans easily with a soft brush or vacuum.

  • Fiberboard material
  • Easily installed in a suspended grid panel
  • 24 sq. ft. coverage area per carton
  • Class A fire rating
  • Noise reduction coefficient of 55
  • Non-directional pattern offers fast, efficient installation
  • Easily maintained with a soft brush or vacuum
  • Economical all purpose ceiling tile

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How many square feet in a case?

Asked by: moms
Hello, thank you for your question regarding our Radar Lay-In Ceiling Tile. There are 24 sq/ft per carton of the 2'x4' 3-Pack.
Answered by: USG4YOU-TechnicalSupport
Date published: 2016-12-23

Can these tiles be trimmed to size and if so what type of saw or cutter is suggested?

I am replacing damaged ceiling tiles in my basement and the existing tiles are smaller than 2 x 4'.
Asked by: Dmill
Just use a razor knife
Answered by: jbonifacejr
Date published: 2015-11-06

Are these soundproof

Are these soundproof
Asked by: Pattie
Pattie Thank you for your inquiry. Our Radar Acoustical panels offer both NRC (which measures the amount of sound within the room that is reduced) and CAC (which measure the amount of sound that travels through the ceiling and can migrate to other areas). While no ceiling panel is "sound proof" you can select panels with high NRC and CAC values to meet your needs. Hope this helps.
Answered by: USG4YOU-TechnicalSupport
Date published: 2017-03-27

What exactly is the fiberboard made of. Are there any toxic materials in them since I want to us...

What exactly is the fiberboard made of. Are there any toxic materials in them since I want to use in my dining room?
Asked by: 0620
This ceiling tile is made out of fiberboard.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-05-01
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