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Seamless Silence

There’s no doubt timber is a reliable acoustic material, and Ceilector’s Timber collection is superior.

Seamless Silence


November 14th, 2014

Along with product – both standard panels and cusomised – they offer the technical project support required for all types of various applications. The result is a professional finish and optimal acoustics.



In the recent fit-out of SC Johnson’s 2,400sqm Sydney office by Interlogistics (as pictured here), Ceilector’s Timber Ceiling Panels were specified, along with a range of other Ceilector products. As a design based around sustainability, flexibility and staff collaboration, the timber product was a perfect fit.



Custom Cedar Batten Ceiling Panels integrated with a black ceiling grid has contributed greatly to a workspace that offers privacy, as well as a high level of visibility and staff interaction.

Ceilector were able to manufacture cusitn panels with light cut-outs and mitred panel junctions to assist with the design, where splashes of strong colours are balanced by the selection of textures and finishes.



Along with indoor planting, Ceilector’s Timber Ceiling panels help define the different work areas, subtly creating a spacious and open environment.

As a brief that was to communicate a global, modern, forward-looking company and a great place to work, the Timber Range that * fitted perfectly.



“The team from Interior Logistics understood the brief and comprehensively illustrated to us how to bring that to life through smart and innovative interior design. Needless to say we were impressed by their enthusiasm and ultimately by the conceptual layouts and design concepts.”
Ian Martin – Director, Strategic Corporate Initiatives – Global


All SC Johnson fit-out images courtesy of Interior Logistics

The Timber Range

Fricker Timber Drop In Panels


This range is perfect for easy installation with a superior look. ‘Drop In’ refers to the ease in which the panels can be dropped into a regular ceiling grid system, creating a contemporary finish while being efficient. Fricker Timber Drop In Panels come with an acoustic fleece backing and are available in two standard sizes and a range of perforations and materials.

600x600mm Panel
1200x600mm Panel

Fricker Timber Batten Panels


The Fricker Batten Panels are ideal for creating a professional linear look, with ease. Produced with a finished Western Red Cedar timber, the panels fit easily into a standard ceiling grid system. The panels are fitted with a black, acoustic fleece backing and are available in a range of 3 standard sized battens (63x17mm, 17x63mm & 38x28mm).

600x600mm Panel
1200x600mm Panel

Fricker Timber Concealed Panels


The Fricker Concealed Panel range boasts a contemporary, sleek, timber finish in any room. Manufactured with concealed MDF battens, these panels can be installed to hide the ceiling grid, creating a high-end, modern look. The panels are available in two standard sizes, and can be manufactured with a range of perforations & substrate finishes. They can also be fitted with an acoustic fleece backing.

1200x1200mm Panel
2400x1200mm Panel


Custom Designs


As seen in the SC Johnson fit-out, the Fricker Timber Range can also accommodate for unique custom solutions to suit any project need. Ceilector’s specialised team offer the following options to fully customise any job:

– In-house designs – particularly suitable for unique shapes and sizes
– Custom Perforation
– Custom Laser Cutting
– Curving & Bending
– Integrated Lighting Solutions
– A range of finishes from clear coating, to paint or textile
– Acoustic Backing

Interior Logistics



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