Merging the traditional elegant look of wood with exceptional sound absorption properties, Decoustics’ Rondolo micro-perforated panels and planks are an excellent choice for a variety of both ceiling and wall applications. Designed to provide the aesthetics of a solid wood panel the micro perforations virtually disappear at a distance, giving the appearance of a monolithic wood ceiling or wall installation. Rondolo is the only one in its class to achieve Class A fire rating not only for individual components, but also for the fully assembled finished product, making Rondolo unmatched in its category.
Select one of our most popular veneers below or specify your own. Decoustics has the capability to source a variety of different veneers, or custom stain wood to achieve your design intent.
Decoustics offers a full suite of project management services and utilizes state-of-the-art technology to deliver the ultimate design flexibility. Rondolo micro-perforated acoustical wood ceiling and wall panels & planks are custom-engineered to a wide range of unique shapes and sizes, and can be styled to compliment any space. To meet any specific design requirements Rondolo is available in a variety of wood veneers with clear lacquer finish, custom stains, and solid colors matched to a wide range of paint chips. Rondolo products may be fabricated according to the Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) standards and certified by NEPCon, bearing the marks of the Rainforest Alliance® as an advocate for responsible supply chains.
Ceilings and walls.
Panels can be pre-curved and custom engineered to attain a wide range of unique shapes.
Minimum curving radius is 30″.
Up to a maximum of 30″ in width and 60″ in length for Ceilencio® suspension system.
Larger sizes are available with other ceiling and wall mounting systems.
Approximately 2lbs/ft2 (9.75kg/m2)
Select one of our nine most popular wood veneers or specify your own. Decoustics has the capability to source a variety of different wood veneers or custom stain to match different wood species.
Veneer lay-up is quarter cut and slip matched. Other options are available.
Custom staining wood to achieve your design intent.
Matching to a wide range of paint chips.
Glossy, matte, metallic options also available.
Square edge banding to match surface finish.
Design Return options.
Factory-applied acoustical fleece.
Note: The information provided in this Data Table is accurate to the best of our knowledge at the time of publishing. However, we reserve the right to make changes when necessary without further notification. Suggested applications may need to be modified to conform with local building codes and conditions. We cannot accept responsibility for products that are not used, or installed to our specifications.
For detailed information and drawings please visit our Suspension and Mounting Systems page.
Decoustics Ceilencio® is an integrated acoustical panel ceiling system consisting of a proprietary concealed extruded aluminum grid and panels. The ceiling is 100% downwardly accessible via a unique torsion spring mechanism which permits individual panels to be “hinged” down (or completely removed if necessary) for access to mechanical and electrical services. The grid is suspended using hanger wires, rods or similar suspension components.
Typically installed in areas where a floating panel effect is desired. A minimum 4″ (100mm) reveal is required around each panel to facilitate a progressive installation. A 1″ (25mm) reveal around each panel is possible, however perimeter panels require a minimum 4″ (100mm) reveal.
Typically installed in areas where a floating panel effect is desired. A minimum 1″ (25 mm) reveal is required around each panel to facilitate installation. The panels clip onto an installer supplied frame or grid system and are individually removable by lifting upwards moving sideways and lowering. The frame or grid system is secured using hanger wires or rods supplied by the installing contractor.
Typically suspended directly from frame/grid to conceal the metal suspension system. Panels are installed using a mechanical z-clip (slide and engage) method of fastening.
Typically fastened directly to a firm substrate such as gypsum board, concrete, steel deck, wood or a similar surface. Panels are installed using a mechanical z-clip (slide and engage) method.
Panels lay into an exposed standard or custom suspension grid and are supported on all edges. For larger panels an intermediate T-bar is employed and secured to clips on the panel backs to reduce panel sag. The entire assembly lays into the exposed grid. In all cases, the ceiling system is 100% accessible. Ceiling perimeter trim options include an exposed wall mold, shadow mold, or T-bar.
Panel ends are supported at ceiling-wall junctions using exposed wall moldings or T-bar components. Panel can be either butted together, have defined joints or mounted to provide wide reveals. Span panels can be up to 10′ (3050mm) long with 100% accessibility to plenum spaces depending on panel size. Panels are removed by lifting, tilting and lowering.
Typically used in waffle slab construction to create a ceiling with depth and architectural interest. Sunken panels are attached using mounting J-clips and a minimum space of 2-1/4″ (57 mm) is required behind the panel to accommodate hardware and installation. The back of the panels are typically positioned 2-1/4″ (57 mm) down from the top of the recess in the waffle (coffer). A floating panel effect is achieved via a minimum 1″ (25 mm) wide reveal which is required around each panel to facilitate installation.
Design returns can be a great way to finish a ceiling design. Variety of custom design return options are available including: built-up panel edge, knife-edge and continuous extruded aluminum return. Decoustics specializes in finding the right custom solution to achieve your design intent.
A number of wall mounting options are available for panels including: mechanical, hook and loop, adhesive, and magnetic. Mounting hardware will vary based on the substrate and finish of the panel.
Planks are installed over wood blocking or steel furring channels, of a thickness necessary to support the insulation. The horizontal blocking or steel furring channels are installed on 24″ (610mm) centers. The plank is configured with a tongue edge and a groove edge, which slip together to form a near monolithic joint (much like flooring).