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Dec 11, 2019

Armstrong Introduces Pre-Engineered Solution for Integrating Linear Lighting in WoodWorks Ceilings

New clips and low profile light fixtures allow installation directly from suspension system
Armstrong Woodworks Ceiling Connection Clips

Armstrong Ceiling & Wall Solutions has introduced new lighting connection clips that make integration of lighting simple.

LANCASTER, Pa. – Architects and designers looking to incorporate linear lighting into their Armstrong® WoodWorks® ceiling designs now have easy new options. Armstrong Ceiling & Wall Solutions has introduced new lighting connection clips that make integration of lighting simple.

The new linear lighting connection clips are designed for use with standard Armstrong suspension systems and are engineered and tested to seamlessly integrate linear light fixtures with standard or custom WoodWorks linear ceilings. 

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The clips allow light fixtures to be suspended directly from the suspension system, eliminating the need to independently suspend lights from the deck or to modify the suspension system layout to incorporate lighting.

Compatible with Four WoodWorks Ceiling Lines

Approved for use in all seismic categories, the new linear lighting solution is compatible 
with four popular WoodWorks linear ceiling systems: Grille, Grille Tegular, Linear Solid Wood Panels, and Linear Veneered Panels.

Specially designed low-profile linear LED lights from Armstrong lighting partners Backlight srl and XAL coordinate with the length of the WoodWorks ceiling panels and are available in 2", 3-1/4", and 5-1/4" widths for a flush, sleek visual.   

For more information on the new Armstrong linear lighting solution for WoodWorks Ceilings, visit armstrongceilings.com/woodworkslinearlighting.

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About Armstrong World Industries
Armstrong World Industries, Inc. (AWI) is a leader in the design and manufacture of innovative commercial and residential ceiling, wall, and suspension system solutions in the Americas. With approximately $1 billion in revenue, Armstrong has about 2,500 employees and a manufacturing network of 11 facilities plus five plants dedicated to its WAVE joint venture. For more information, visit www.armstrongceilings.com.

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