LINEA Tenor Panel

Tenor Panel is a self–encapsulated, sound absorbing acoustic panel for walls and ceilings that achieves very high acoustic performance without the need for additional acoustic materials behind or above. Sound in funneled through the machined face and absorbed by the internal acoustic core. Tenor Panel comes in three standard thicknesses and in a wide variety of real wood or engineered wood veneers, stains or custom finishes. Several perforation patterns can be machined into the Tenor Panel face depending on the appearance and performance requirements intended by the design consultants. Tenor panels can be installed independently using a variety of hardware options or joined in conjunction with other millwork.


Type:  LINEA Tenor Panel
Face Veneer: Select from custom veneer options
Back Profile: Perforated of Non Perforated
Edge Profile: Square-Matching Veneer
Acoustic Core:  Varies uo to 3/4″,1″ and 2″
Panel Size: 4′ x 6′
V-Kerf Spacing : 5mm (3/16″) O/C
V-Kerf Grain: Vertical
Finish: Natural clear, custom stained or tinted clear finishes in matte, satin or semi-gloss sheen.
Fabric Backer: Black SoundTex ®
Fire Rating: Class A per ASTM-84 (USA) and CAN/ULC-S102 (Canada)


ACOUSTICS: LINEA Tenor Panels come standard with SoundTex acoustic backing for enhanced sound absorption (excluding Non-Perforated). When paired with acoustical insulation or duct liner behind, LINEA Panels can achieve high NRC Ratings up to 1.00. Generally, the higher the open area percentage the greater the sound attenuation
FIRE RATING: Veneer/Composite LINEA Tenor Panels with real wood or engineered wood veneers are laminated to Class A Fire Rated, recycled, NAUF MDF or Particleboard composite cores. The combination of Wood Veneer and Finish is less than 1mm thick (0.5mm in most cases) and therefore should not be considered significant to the overall rating (per AWI/AWMAC).
SEISMIC: LINEA Tenor Panels are engineered for applications in all seismic areas when installed per LINEA installation instructions and local code.
SITE CONDITIONS: Wood products are hygroscopic in nature and must be stored, installed & maintained in a controlledbuilding environment. Temperature range should be maintained between 60° – 90° F (15° – 32° C). Relative Humidity range should be kept within a minimum
25% – max. 55% (not to exceed 20% RH from peaks to valleys). Failure to maintain site conditions will void the LINEA warranty

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