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Armstrong Introduces Axiom Indirect Field Light Coves

New additions offer predictable lighting performance and perfect integration with variety of Armstrong MetalWorks and WoodWorks ceilings.

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(PRESS RELEASE) LANCASTER, PA — New Axiom Indirect Field Light Coves from Armstrong Ceiling & Wall Solutions offer predictable lighting performance and perfect integration with select Armstrong MetalWorks and WoodWorks ceilings and suspension systems.

Along with lighting partners, Axis and Vode, the Armstrong pre-engineered light coves provide control over finished aesthetics by offering a variety of options and sizes with both ceiling-to-wall and ceiling-to-ceiling coves.

MetalWorks ceilings compatible with the new coves include MetalWorks Torsion Spring, Linear Classics, Linear Synchro, Linear Diverge, Clip-On, Open Cell, Concealed, and 3D. Compatible WoodWorks ceilings include WoodWorks Grille, Grille Tegular, Concealed, Torsion Spring, Open Cell, and Linear.

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The new coves feature pre-fabricated corners, Classic and Knife Edge profiles, and the ability to modify the light cove if unexpected field conditions arise, including the ability to cut to the length desired in the field. An adjustable trim clip allows for a range of 0″ to 3-3/4″ to accommodate specialty panels.

Axiom Indirect Field Light Coves are part of the new Armstrong 24/7 Defend portfolio of ceiling and wall products that contribute to healthier, safer spaces and cleaner air. The new coves are also part of the Sustain portfolio and meet the most stringent sustainability compliance standards today.

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To learn more about Axiom Indirect Field Light Coves for Specialty Ceilings, visit armstrongceilings.com/axiom. For more support, contact an Armstrong TechLine expert at armstrongceilings.com/techline.

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