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TAVOLA™ DIVERGENT

Find symmetry in the atypical.
Non-parallel, diverging beams and baffles create organic textures in an unlimited variety of configurations for interior applications. Tavola™ Divergent creates contemporary movement without traditional lines.

Product Details

The ceiling system offers six perforation patterns for elevated acoustical performance.

Use twist clips to create motion 

Multitude of profile dimensions up to 12' long

Key Features

  • Two perforation patterns for elevated acoustics
  • Standard heavy-duty 15/16" T-grid suspension
  • Waste reduction with factory fabricated dimensional material
  • Downweight: reduce dead load with lightweight aluminum
  • Compatible with industry standard lighting, HVAC, speaker, fire safety and security services
  • High recycled aluminum content
  • No VOCs: No added urea-formaldehyde
  • GREENGUARD Gold Certified

Physical Data

  • Substrate: Aluminum
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Seismic rating: Zones A, B, C, D, E, F
  •  Fire rating: Class A Fire Rated per ASTM E84
    • Painted or anodized metal: Flame spread: < 25, Smoke < 50
    • Wood veneer on metal: Flame spread: < 25, Smoke < 55 (for interior applications)
  • Weight: Varies 0.5 - 2.0 lbs/sq. ft.
  • Wind load: N/A
  • Recycled content: Up to 85%
  •  Light reflectance (LR) Coefficient per ASTM E1264 & ASTM E1477:
    • Cotton White: LR = 0.81

In addition to our standard finishes, Hunter Douglas offers a wide range of wood finish options. Minimum quantities, pricing variations, and lead times may apply. Additional finishes are available, call 833-770-0700 for further details.

NOTE: Colours are for illustration purposes only.

Black Finish Options
Powder-coat paint finish for Starless Black #5000P (Matte); Raven Black #5030P (Gloss 25-35); Sable Black #5060P (Gloss 65-75); Wet Glass Black #5095P (Gloss 90-95).

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Starless Black
5000P

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Raven Black
5030P

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Sable Black
5060P

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Wet Glass Black
5095P

Coil-Coated Wood-Look Options
Painted finish (interior and exterior). Formaldehyde-free, Class A composite panel. Minimums apply.

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Chaucer Maple
8947

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Columbia Cherry
8950

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Celtic Walnut
8956

Custom Colours
Premium custom colours.

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Custom Colours

Daylighting Paint Finish
Powder-coat paint finish offering LRV 96; non-glare, 3% low gloss finish.
Certified by: Applied Technical Services, Inc. Test Report No. D233185. Test reports available by request.

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Performance White
9603P

Decorated Masonry Options
Powder-coat paint finish (interior and exterior). Formaldehyde-free, Class A composite panel.
This finish is recommended for exterior conditions.

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American Natural
8000

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Russian Maple
8003

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Caramel Bamboo
8030

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Hayward Cherry
8005

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Northern Walnut
8105

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Chatham Oak
8107

Decorated Wood-Look Options
Powder-coat paint finish (interior and exterior). Formaldehyde-free, Class A composite panel.
This finish is recommended for exterior conditions.

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Light Pecan
8475

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White Wash
8487

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Terrace Maple
8466

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Summer Maple
8465

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Regatta Teak
8461

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Caravel Teak
8460

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Farm Maple
8458

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Anigre
8453

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Douglas Fir
8452

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Golden Douglas Fir
8436

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Amber Bamboo
8432

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Cherry
8742

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Rustic Cherry
8739

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Fonthill Cherry
8422

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American Oak
8439

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Windjammer Teak
8449

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Crazy Cajun Cypress
8442

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Clipper Teak
8446

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Grey Barnwood Cedar
8434

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Swamp Cypress
8444

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Walnut
8424

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Fine Wenge
8433

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Northwest Mountain Hemlock
8486

Standard Paint Colours

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Natural
7163

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Cotton White
0280

White Finish Options
Powder-coat paint finish for Arctic White #1015P (Gloss 10-20); Crystalline White #1050P (Gloss 45-55); Supernova White #1085P (Gloss 80-90).

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Arctic White
1015P

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Crystalline White
1050P

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Supernova White
1085P

Wood Veneer Options
Real wood veneer (interior only). Formaldehyde-free, Class A composite panel.
Note: This is a small subset of veneers available. Please contact Hunter Douglas for client-specific species and stains. Pricing is subject to market availability.

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Anigre (Qtr)
9122

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Douglas Fir (VG)
9005

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White Oak (Rift)
9003

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Maple (Flat)
9427

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Cherry (Flat)
9013

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Walnut (Flat)
9114

V-PATTERN

PINWHEEL

CHEVRON

BASKET WEAVE

FAN

RANDOM ALPHA

PERFORATIONS - PLANK AND TILE

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PATTERN #106

Open area: 16%
Centers: 0.216"
Straight
Diameter: 0.098"

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PATTERN #115

Open area: 12%
Centers: 0.160"
Staggered
Diameter: 0.063"

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PATTERN #119

Open area: 8%
Centers: 0.306"
Staggered
Diameter: 0.098"

Acoustical Baffle Test Results

2" wide x 6" high x 96" long Perforated Baffle Beam
Spacing = 6 inches o.c.
 
PERFORATION ACOUSTICAL NRC SAA SABINS PER BAFFLE
Pattern Infill Apparent Apparent 125 Hz 250 Hz 500 Hz 1000 Hz 2000 Hz 4000 Hz
106 Non-Woven Fabric 0.60 0.59 0.27 1.21 2.33 3.00 3.98 3.54
106 1.5", 1.5 pcf black poly encapsulated fiberglass 0.95 0.97 0.59 1.64 3.81 5.34 4.93 3.69
106 1.5", 3.0 pcf black poly encapsulated fiberglass 0.90 0.90 0.41 1.45 3.32 5.01 4.83 3.56
106 Non-Woven plus 1.5", 1.5 pcf fiberglass 1.00 1.00 0.62 1.59 3.86 5.21 6.07 5.47
106 Non-Woven plus 1.5", 1.5 pcf black poly encapsulated fiberglass 1.00 0.95 0.75 2.08 3.74 5.27 5.16 4.13
106 Non-Woven plus 1.5", 3.0 pcf black poly encapsulated fiberglass 1.00 0.96 0.37 1.66 4.05 5.54 5.32 4.22
 
115 Non-Woven Fabric 0.70 0.69 0.74 1.24 2.42 3.27 4.24 3.66
115 1.5", 1.5 pcf black poly encapsulated fiberglass 0.95 0.97 0.55 1.72 3.91 5.41 4.92 3.57
115 1.5", 3.0 pcf black poly encapsulated fiberglass 0.90 0.90 0.58 1.24 3.23 5.14 4.80 3.44
115 Non-Woven plus 1.5", 1.5 pcf fiberglass 1.10 1.09 0.78 1.85 4.02 5.50 6.00 5.48
115 Non-Woven plus 1.5", 1.5 pcf black poly encapsulated fiberglass 1.05 1.05 0.70 1.97 4.23 5.55 5.17 3.96
115 Non-Woven plus 1.5", 3.0 pcf black poly encapsulated fiberglass 1.00 1.00 0.57 1.59 3.91 5.36 5.07 3.90
 
119 Non-Woven Fabric 0.60 0.58 0.36 0.94 2.18 2.87 3.93 3.54
119 1.5", 1.5 pcf black poly encapsulated fiberglass 0.95 0.94 0.65 1.54 3.89 5.48 4.36 3.13
119 1.5", 3.0 pcf black poly encapsulated fiberglass 0.85 0.87 0.49 1.17 3.27 5.24 4.39 3.15
119 Non-Woven plus 1.5", 1.5 pcf fiberglass 1.00 0.98 0.31 1.81 3.86 5.45 5.61 4.90
119 Non-Woven plus 1.5", 1.5 pcf black poly encapsulated fiberglass 1.00 0.94 0.72 2.08 4.03 5.43 4.96 3.93
119 Non-Woven plus 1.5", 3.0 pcf black poly encapsulated fiberglass 0.90 0.94 0.77 1.52 3.99 5.42 4.84 3.93
Tests conducted in accordance with ASTM C423 and E795, with mounting type "J"
Test Reports available - contact us at ceilings@hunterdouglas.com


 
Appendix A to ASTM C423 Sound Absorption Test Non-standard calculation of equivalent NRC Rating and Absorption Coefficients from spaced absorbers. 

At this time ASTM C423 does not provide a standard method for determining absorption coefficients of spaced object absorbers. Tests of a set of sound absorbing objects spaced apart from each other will yield higher absorption rates than a specimen joined together as a single patch (A-Mount or E-Mount). For this reason it is unfair to provide NRC or absorption coefficient ratings for specimens that consist of a spaced set of absorbers. Despite this, the architectural industry has expressed great demand for a simple "single number" rating for these treatments. Likewise, acoustical consultants desire equivalent absorption coefficient data for use in acoustical modeling programs. The following is an attempt to appease these demands until ASTM develops a standard method for calculation. An alternate non-standard calculation method is provided. 

Apparent Sound Absorption Coefficient calculated from total test surface area covered. 

The total sound absorption yielded by the specimen is divided by the total horizontal surface area of the test surface covered by the suspended baffles, including intermediate spaces. The baffle rigging covered 80.0 ft2 of horizontal test surface area. Apparent Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) rating and Sound Absorption Average (SAA) figures are calculated from this data based on the methods described in ASTM C423-09a. This may be the most accurate method for comparing baffle arrays to ceiling tile products. The apparent sound absorption coefficient data can be assigned to a single horizontal surface or plane in acoustical modeling software for approximation of baffle array performance (assuming baffle spacing is similar to that tested).

Health and wellbeing

Hunter Douglas utilizes metal, felt, wood and fiberglass materials to design, engineer and manufacture ceiling systems that optimize interior environmental quality, material resources and energy usage. Hunter Douglas incorporates sustainable materials and employs sustainable practices in our manufacturing processes. When applied as part of an overall building plan for new and renovation construction, solutions from Hunter Douglas may contribute to LEED BD+C and ID+C certification for schools, retail, hospitality, healthcare and commercial interiors.

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Indoor Environmental Quality

Hunter Douglas is committed to meeting the growing demand for healthier, more sustainable products. Meeting the rigorous and comprehensive standards for low emissions of VOC's, our Greenguard Gold Certified ceilings contribute to the overall indoor air quality and general health of a building space. HeartFelt is Cradle to Cradle Certified - Bronze and has earned a Bronze level Material Health Certificate.

Product Declarations

Hunter Douglas understands the importance of transparency to sustainable design and building. From raw material extradition through final disposal or reuse, we can provide life-cycle assessments on many of our products environment and health impacts.