Aruba

Trusted by generations of architects and installers alike, Aruba is specified and purchased throughout the UK almost every single day. It can be found everywhere from hotel reception areas to classrooms, from GP surgeries to offices.

Trusted by generations of architects and installers alike, Aruba is specified and purchased throughout the UK almost every single day. It can be found everywhere from hotel reception areas to classrooms, from GP surgeries to offices.

Aruba’s finely sanded surface texture gives this ceiling tile a smooth and attractive finish. Its enhanced acoustical performance makes it ideal for a wide range of suspended ceiling designs. Engineered for easy installation on site, Aruba can be ordered from all of Zentia’s distributors across the UK. Click here to find your nearest distribution centre.

  • From classic to bold: Aruba is available in 35 exciting colours which can be used to define zoned areas, assist with wayfinding, or simply add creativity to your designs. Choose crisp and classic white, deep black, or neutrals like greys and browns. Or select more playful shades of blue, green, yellow, orange, red, and purple.
  • Stability and reliability: Aruba is compatible with Zentia’s suspended ceiling grids, combining with the different edge details to create a variety of ceiling finishes and visual effects. These rigid ceiling installations are designed to resist warping and sagging.
  • Ideal for new projects and refurbs: Aruba comes with a lifetime product warranty, whether purchased alone or with a Zentia ceiling grid system. Whether you’re specifying a new interior or working on a replacement ceiling, Aruba is a safe and reliable choice for suspended ceiling installations.
  • Made in the UK: Aruba suspended ceiling tiles are manufactured in the UK and are always available. Shipped directly to distributors from Zentia’s factory in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, for shorter lead times and efficient delivery.
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Board
Aruba board edge ceiling tiles have flat, square edges, making them easy to install when combined with Zentia's ceiling grid systems. Simply lift Aruba tiles and insert them into the grid for a smooth, flat finish that leaves the metal grid exposed. This suspended ceiling creates a neat, square pattern across the room, unobtrusive and clean.

Available Colours

Aruba Suspended Ceiling Tiles

Technical Performance

Sound

Previously known as Dune eVo, Aruba suspended ceiling tiles provide outstanding acoustic performance, combining Class C sound absorption with a sound attenuation level of 34dB. This combination of sound performance means that Aruba helps to control background noise level while still allowing sound to travel. This makes Aruba an ideal choice to create comfortable acoustic environments across a variety of spaces. For areas requiring enhanced performance, please see Aruba Max, Aruba dB, and Aruba hH.

Sustainability

Aruba tiles contain up to 44% recycled content and are made with a mix of recycled newspapers, starch, and calcite. Aruba ceiling tiles are recyclable and can be recycled through Zentia’s recycling scheme for Pinnacle Approved Partners.

Aruba ceiling tiles are rated E1 for formaldehyde emissions and achieve Eurofins Indoor Air Comfort certification for low VOC (volatile organic compound) emissions.

Fire safety and other technical performance details

Aruba ceiling tiles have been classified to EN 13501-1 fire standard and are rated A2-s1,d0. This means that under conditions of a fully developed fire, Aruba ceiling tiles will not significantly contribute to the fire load and fire growth.

These durable and scratch resistant ceiling tiles can be cleaned with a damp sponge and a little detergent, as well as with a dry cloth or soft brush. They are rated 95% for relative humidity resistance (for a ceiling tile with increased humidity resistance in the Aruba product family, please see Aruba hH).

Tegular24
Aruba suspended ceiling tiles can be ordered with a Tegular24 edge detail. Tegular24 edges are cut at a 105 degree open angle to slightly drop the ceiling tile below the ceiling grid once installed. This semi-bevelled edge adds visual style to the ceiling design without compromising the technical performance of the tile.

Available Colours

Aruba Suspended Ceiling Tiles

Technical Performance

Sound

Aruba suspended ceiling tiles provide outstanding acoustic performance, combining Class C sound absorption with a sound attenuation level of 34dB. This combination of sound performance means that Aruba helps to control background noise level while still allowing sound to travel. This makes Aruba an ideal choice to create comfortable acoustic environments across a variety of spaces. For areas requiring enhanced performance, please see Aruba Max, Aruba dB, and Aruba hH.

Sustainability

Aruba tiles contain up to 44% recycled content and are made with a mix of recycled newspapers, starch, and calcite. Aruba ceiling tiles are recyclable and can be recycled through Zentia’s recycling scheme for Pinnacle Approved Partners.

Aruba ceiling tiles are rated E1 for formaldehyde emissions and achieve Eurofins Indoor Air Comfort certification for low VOC (volatile organic compound) emissions.

Fire safety and other technical performance details

Aruba ceiling tiles have been classified to EN 13501-1 fire standard and are rated A2-s1,d0. This means that under conditions of a fully developed fire, Aruba ceiling tiles will not significantly contribute to the fire load and fire growth.

These durable and scratch resistant ceiling tiles can be cleaned with a damp sponge and a little detergent, as well as with a dry cloth or soft brush. They are rated 95% for relative humidity resistance (for a ceiling tile with increased humidity resistance in the Aruba product family, please see Aruba hH).

Tegular15
Aruba suspended ceiling tiles can also be ordered with a Tegular15 edge detail. These Tegular15 edges are cut at 90 degree angles that positions the ceiling tile below a 15mm ceiling grid. It partially conceals the metal ceiling grid when viewed from ground level, creating a shadowed effect. It is a simple but effective way to play with light and shade, particularly in combination with colour.

Available Colours

Aruba Suspended Ceiling Tiles

Technical Performance

Sound

Aruba suspended ceiling tiles provide outstanding acoustic performance, combining Class C sound absorption with a sound attenuation level of 34dB. This combination of sound performance means that Aruba helps to control background noise level while still allowing sound to travel. This makes Aruba an ideal choice to create comfortable acoustic environments across a variety of spaces. For areas requiring enhanced performance, please see Aruba Max, Aruba dB, and Aruba hH.

Sustainability

Aruba tiles contain up to 44% recycled content and are made with a mix of recycled newspapers, starch, and calcite. Aruba ceiling tiles are recyclable and can be recycled through Zentia’s recycling scheme for Pinnacle Approved Partners.

Aruba ceiling tiles are rated E1 for formaldehyde emissions and achieve Eurofins Indoor Air Comfort certification for low VOC (volatile organic compound) emissions.

Fire safety and other technical performance details

Aruba ceiling tiles have been classified to EN 13501-1 fire standard and are rated A2-s1,d0. This means that under conditions of a fully developed fire, Aruba ceiling tiles will not significantly contribute to the fire load and fire growth.

These durable and scratch resistant ceiling tiles can be cleaned with a damp sponge and a little detergent, as well as with a dry cloth or soft brush. They are rated 95% for relative humidity resistance (for a ceiling tile with increased humidity resistance in the Aruba product family, please see Aruba hH).

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