Seamless Acoustical Plaster Solution
The Fade® system is a high quality plastering solution that absorbs unwanted noise in a wide range of environments. As an acoustic solution applied to walls and ceilings, its highly absorbent qualities allow for optimum acoustic control in large, commercial spaces.
Fade® can be applied to virtually any surface including straight and curved walls, dramatic angles and arching domes offering a more flexible, discreet alternative to traditional acoustic solutions, such as suspended ceilings.
Available in a choice of finishes and exclusively through CMS Danskin Acoustics in the UK – Fade® Albus and Fade® Albus Plus offer greater flexibility over acoustic performance and interior design.
Offering unrivalled levels of sound absorption, the Fade® system leaves walls and ceilings clear of panels and other visible acoustic solutions. It is easy to repair, clean and maintain and has a proven track record of providing high performance sound absorption.
Moreover, the Fade® system is expertly supported from specification to installation by the highly experienced and local CMS Danskin Acoustics technical team and an approved installer network.
- Up to class ‘A’ acoustic absorption performance
- Quick to install, one mantle system
- Flexible to your design
- Easy to repair
- Smooth and white finish as standard
- Colour matching available
- Auditoriums, call centres and music venues: Helps shorten reverberation times and improve clarity
- Educational establishments: Helps achieve reverberation times laid down in Building Bulletin 93 (BB93)
- High end residential: Makes for a more comfortable acoustic climate particularly where timber and vinyl floors are used
- Restaurants, retail and hotel environments: The anti-static quality of Fade® is easy to clean and maintain
- Healthcare environments: Reduces reverberation and improves acoustics in clinical, clean and minimalist environments
- Leisure facilities: Ideal to reduce reverberation and improve acoustics, and can also be used in swimming pool environments
- Museums: Suitable for hard tiled floors and high traffic walkways. Fade® can reduce reverberation and improve acoustics
- Shopping Centres: Helps make a more enjoyable shopping experience by reducing reverberation and improving acoustics, particularly in high traffic areas
- Office environments: The use of the Fade® system in office environments can improve productivity and concentration
For full technical specification and test information, download our new brochure: Fade Acoustic Plaster Brochure
The Fade® system can be installed in one of three ways:
(In all installations the fibreglass board is then sprayed with the Fade® system. Once dry the system can be sanded to achieve the desired finish.)
Fibreglass board and Fade® applied to a plasterboard, concrete or timber substrate with approved adhesives or mechanically fixed with special washers. A mesh tape and plaster are applied to the plastic or aluminium C channel if fitted and to the joints of the pre-coated fibreglass board. The Acoustic Plaster is sprayed to a thickness 2-3mm then trowelled. Once dry if desired the plaster can be sanded to a finer finish.
Previously painted surfaces
The substrate is tested for bond strength and cleaned. Alternatively if paint is flaking the mechanical fixings should be used. The fibreglass board is attached to the painted substrate with the approved adhesive and additionally secured with a minimal amount of special washers if required.
A mesh tape and plaster are applied to the plastic or aluminium C channel if fitted and to the joints of the pre-coated fibreglass board. The Acoustic Plaster is sprayed to a thickness 2-3mm then trowelled. Once dry if desired the plaster can be sanded to a finer finish.
Plaster directly to grid
The fibreglass board is attached to a MF metal drywall grid system or similar with the special washers. A mesh tape and plaster are applied to the plastic or aluminium C channel if fitted and to the joints of the pre-coated fibre Glass board. The Acoustic Plaster is sprayed to a thickness 2-3mm then trowelled. Once dry if desired the plaster can be sanded to a finer finish.
You’ll find many more project details and images at the Fade Danish website: www.fadeceilings.com