Acoustic wall panels and ceilings

Why Acoustic materials?

Acoustic Absorbers, diffusers and traps are usually used to actively dampen the noise within a room. This is usually measured on the Reverberation time within the room. Some concrete examples hereof could be: A room with hard surfaces such as concrete walls, ceiling and floor can have a reverberation time up to more than a few seconds. 

On the other end of the scale with music studios and concert halls you will usually have a reverberation time down to about 0,3 seconds. There are different ways to decrease the reverberation time in a room, usually by acoustic adding Acoustic dampeners, traps and diffusers.  

These solutions can usually be in form of wall panels, ceiling tiles, acoustic carpets. Our FiberAcoustic products works as a trap for the sound waves and can be installed both in wall panels and ceilings, and often together with an acoustic absorber (could be insulation batts from polyester, glass or mineral wool)

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