Z-Bars are attached directly to the ceilings or structural supports, with corresponding Z-clips attached to the back of the acoustic panels. Panels are installed in sequences, with each panels confining the movement of the preceding panel.
SoundPly panel anchors with hanging brackets are attached to the back of the acoustic panels. Locking S-clips attach the hanging brackets to suspension cables anchored from the ceiling.
SoundPly panels are engineered to seamlessly lay into into any of common suspended grid systems —including those by Armstrong, CertainTeed, Rockfon or USG. Install panels by inserting through the grid, then nesting onto the perimeter lip created by the T-bars.
Torsions springs are attached to the back of the SoundPly panel using retainer clips. Torsion spring saddles are attached to the T-bars of a standard grid. Once a panel’s torsion springs are set into the saddles, the panel is pushed up, resting flush against the grid.