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Acoustic Absorption Panels
Types of Acoustic Absorption Panels
Wall or Ceiling MountedWall or ceiling mounted acoustic absorption panels are the types of panels many of us are familiar with. They are installed directly to hard, reflective surfaces in order to provide increased absorption within a space. Many people will use wall or ceiling mounted panels as an aesthetic element to the design of their space. These types of panels can be color matched to existing walls or provide a pop of contrasting color. They can also be directly printed on if you want to display artwork.
Cloud MountedCloud mounted acoustic panels are suspended from ceilings. Areas where you are not able to or do not want to install directly to the walls or ceiling, acoustic cloud panels are an excellent alternate option. Just about any panel that you would have installed on a wall or ceiling can be adapted as a cloud. In may cases, this is an aesthetic decision where the acoustical absorption quality is not affected. Combined, these sound panel systems will produce a more productive work environment, a favorable dining experience, a higher quality learning environment, lower levels of exposure to crowd noise, premium sound values in social settings, enhanced communications, a more valued worship experience, and overall, a more functional and friendly multipurpose venue for our clients to enjoy. Looking for another architectural option for absorption? Check out architectural baffles.
Metal Sound Absorption Panels
Metal Sound Absorption panels are durable perforated metal panels designed to control reverberation and reduce noise. These panels are typically used for applications such as, test cells, gymnasiums, auditoriums, classrooms, community centers, studios, generator enclosures, mechanical rooms, water waste treatment, corridors, correctional facilities, transportation, convention centers, and mechanical rooms.
Metal Sound Absorption Panels can be custom made to size, color, and specifications.
Fabric Wrapped Acoustic Panels
Fabric Wrapped Acoustic Panels are loaded with fiberglass to achieve high acoustic ratings. Our panels can be manufactured in any of the many attractive acoustically transparent fabrics offered in the industry, including premium fabrics offered by Guilford of Maine, Knoll Textiles, Designtex, and more. We can also use any factory tested and approved C.O.M. fabric.
These acoustic absorption panel solutions are typically used in environments where you want the panel to be discreet or add to the aesthetic of your space. Applications for fabric wrapped panels include schools, universities, offices, airports, churches, restaurants, gymnasiums, prisons, corridors, conference rooms, auditoriums, or any area where excess reverberation is a problem.
Fabric Wrapped Acoustic Panels can be custom made to size, color, and specifications.
Felt Acoustic Panels
Felt acoustic panels mitigate noise and can make your space pop. These noise absorption panels can be custom made into any shape, size, or color, making them a great acoustical solution if you are concerned about branding or your panels fitting into your space. When we provide felt acoustic panels, we give you the option of using the straight felt panel or loading it with fiberglass for increased noise reduction.
Quilted Fiberglass Absorber Panels
Quilted Fiberglass Absorbers are fire safe, high performance acoustical fiberglass blankets that are used to reduce reverberant (reflected) airborne noise energy in many diverse industrial and architectural applications as well as original equipment.
Features of Acoustic Absorption Panels
Reduce the echo and reverberation in any type of space
Lots of material options - Fabric, Metal, Foam, Felt
Class A Fire Rated
Customized to any color, shape and design
Installed on walls, ceilings, or hung as clouds
Superior absorption properties with certain products including additional transmission properties
Frequently Asked Questions
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