Acoustic Panel Core Benefits
The perfect sound absorption is a noise reduction coefficient (NRC) of 1.0 at 1.0 which means that 100% of the sound is being absorbed by the acoustic product and no sound is being reflected into the room However perfection is seldom achieved or even required.
You can pay for an acoustic survey to be undertaken by an acoustic engineer. This approach is recommended if Health & Safety or legislation is an issue, but it is not required if your ambition is to improve comfort and performance.
As a starter for 10, for effective sound control in normal indoor environments we recommend covering at least 15-20% of a room's wall space with our acoustic wall panels for effective sound control, or 30 to 45% in more problem areas.
If you don’t have the space to fit the volume of Acoustic Wall Panels needed i.e., glass walls, large number of windows and doors, you need may need to incorporate acoustic ceiling solutions such as Acoustic ceiling baffles, Suspended rafts, and or Acoustic screens.
It may also be worth looking at covering glass walls with open screens and walls with creative acoustic dividers and screens.
Acoustic Wall Panels - Key features
- Our range of Acoustic Wall Panels, Echo, Alpha and Absorb stop unwanted noise by reducing echo and reverberation. This in turn increases speech intelligibility and helps to lower overall noise levels.
- Solid colours or Fabric wrapped (over 130 different fabric options) ensures a perfect interior design solution is available.
- A variety of standard shapes and sizes are available with print options, for all our Acoustic Wall Panel range.
- Easy DIY installs with online and telephone support if required.
- Low maintenance and robust fibre free products.
- Many products in the Acoustic Wall Panel range are manufactured using recycled materials.
- Buy online direct from the UK manufacturer to ensure best value for money.
- Our Acoustic Wall Panels are a perfect solution to any unwanted noise problems in Offices, Classrooms, Studios, Home theatres, Gymnasiums, Community centres, Home offices, Places of Worship, and more.