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USG Ceilings

Model # R2310

Internet # 203628901

Store SKU # 562785

Radar 2 ft. x 4 ft. Lay-in Ceiling Tile (64 sq. ft. / case)

$0.55 /sq. ft.
Covers 64.00 sq. ft.
$35.21 /case
  • Quick and easy installation
  • Aids in sound absorption
  • Easy to clean

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Product Overview

Radar Acoustical Ceiling Tiles are economical, medium textured tiles 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 tiles. The surface of the tile 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
  • 64 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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Specifications

Dimensions

Approximate Size (ft.) 
2 x 4 
Area Covered per Piece (sq. ft.) 
Product Depth (in.) 
47.75 
Product Height (in.) 
0.625 
Product Width (in.) 
23.75 
Thickness (In.) 
0.625 

Details

Acoustical 
Yes 
Antimicrobial 
Yes 
Ceiling Product Type 
Suspended Grid Panel 
Ceiling Tile Style 
Basic 
Color Family 
White 
Color/Finish 
White 
Edge Detail 
Square 
Material 
Fiberboard 
Moisture Resistant 
Yes 
Noise Reduction Coefficient 
55 
Number of Pieces per Case 
Pattern Type 
Non-Directional 
Suspended Grid Panel Type 
Ceiling Panel 
Textured 
No 
Water Resistant 
No 
Weight (lb.) 
5.52 

Warranty / Certifications

Class A Fire Rating 
Yes 
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 year warranty individual product; Lifetime 30 year warranty when used with Donn brand suspension systems 

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How many tiles are in a case of drop ceiling tiles. Ones that cover 64 square feet,

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June 28, 2016
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Thank you for your inquiry. Each 2' x 4' ceiling tile is 8 square feet. In a 64 square foot carton there are 8 ceiling tiles. We appreciate your interest in USG products.
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June 28, 2016
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There are 8 tiles in a case.
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can this tile be cut

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June 29, 2015
I have a few tile that I want to replace. They look like they've been cut. Can the be cut to fit smaller places.
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July 1, 2015
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Yes, you can cut these fiberboard tiles.
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June 30, 2015
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Thank You for your question.
Yes this can be cut with a utility knife.
I hope this helps.
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Can you paint these tiles? On the ground, and then put them up?

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With any ceiling tiles, if you are installing them for their acoustical (i.e., noise-reducing) properties, it isn't advisable to paint or otherwise seal their surface... with the possible exception of using cloth dye.
If you're installing the tiles to hide or lower an existing ceiling, there should be no problem with painting them.
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Hello and Thank you for your question , We do not recommend painting a ceiling tile the reason for this is any addtional painting will change the performance of the tile such as NRC and CAC values and also the LRC vaules we do offer a spray style touch up paint for small touch up projects I hope this helps
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Can these tiles be glued to the ceiling instead of hanging them?

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If you're installing the tiles for their acoustical (i.e., noise-reducing) properties, gluing them to a ceiling (or wall for that matter) will reduce their effectiveness. The 'air space' behind a suspended grid holding the tiles maintains their acoustical effectiveness.
If you're installing the tiles simply to conceal the existing ceiling, I've known a number of people who have used 'Liquid Nails' (or
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If you're installing the tiles for their acoustical (i.e., noise-reducing) properties, gluing them to a ceiling (or wall for that matter) will reduce their effectiveness. The 'air space' behind a suspended grid holding the tiles maintains their acoustical effectiveness.
If you're installing the tiles simply to conceal the existing ceiling, I've known a number of people who have used 'Liquid Nails' (or other similar adhesives), applied in a 'squiggly pattern' to the backs of the tiles, then held the tiles firmly against the ceiling to ensure a good bond. (But, how long is long enough to ensure a 'good bond'?)
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September 10, 2013
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Hello wmh, thank you for your question regarding our Radar 2x4 Lay In Ceiling Tiles. USG does not recommend glueing, nailing or stapling a 2x2 or 2x4 Ceiling Tile in place. We recommend using only the Donn Grid manufactured for these installations.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by New tiles for church We recently replace the title at our church and chose this one because is great for humidity we have it in a other room and it last long time the only down side is the smell it smells like something is burning and when you replace 6400 sf that smell would be really strong other than that looks really nice and works good with the acoustic. April 14, 2015
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