Allegro™ Series 3
Allegro™ Series 3 [AL3] panels o"er a number of options to meet
acoustical requirements. The panel thickness can be increased, and the weight can be increased in upwards to 9 lbs/sq. ft. AL3 is a composite panel with a typical panel thickness of 4 1⁄2". The panel can be filled with acoustical material or the panel can be designed with multiple layers of materials to increase its mass.
NRC of 0.10 (panels only).
Allegro™ panels are usually large format panels that are factory curved to match architectural and acoustician designs to direct sound within large spaces. The panels are available with natural wood veneer, reconstituted wood veneer, high pressure laminate, or factory painted faces. As these panels are designed to reflect, rather than absorb sound, the faces are non-perforated. By applying acoustical absorbing material on the backs of panels to absorb non-directed sound within the plenum, the overall acoustical performance of the room is enhanced. Panels are factory curved to convex, concave and serpentine shapes with a minimum of a six inch radius. Depending on the panel curvature, size, location and space between panels, the acoustic characteristics are effectively controlled. The Allegro™ system, coupled with ACGI suspension hangers, is beneficial in auditoriums, theaters, performance halls, and lecture rooms and can be used on either walls or ceilings.
MR 4.1, MR 4.2, MR 7, EQ 4.4
Allegro™ panels are available in a large variety of wood veneers to meet design requirements.
Allegro™ panels can be finished in any of our standard finish options or custom finishes.
Solid wood Finishes and veneer cores can be provided with a Class A Fire rating [ASTM-E84].
Delivery, Storage, & Handling
Material must be stored and installed only in secured ambient environment (humidity range 25%–55%, temperature not to
exceed 86°F). All windows, doors and wet-work must be complete before installation. Handle carefully to avoid damaging.
All materials supplied by ACGI are guaranteed against manufacturing defects for one year. Wood stains and colorings can
vary over time due to job site conditions and are therefore excluded from this warranty. The contractor shall warrant for one
year all work from Final acceptance of completed work.