London, England

FiberAcoustic® 75 in the London Bridge Station hall

FiberAcoustic® 75 has been used behind wooden lists in the ceiling as an acoustic fabric in the walking area of the London Bridge Station.

FiberAcoustic® 75 has been used at the London Bridge Station as an acoustic fabric, installed behind wooden lists, in the ceiling of the walking area.

FiberAcoustic® 75 offers the following benefits:

  • Excellent acoustic properties
  • High puncture and tear resistance
  • Shock, moisture and fray resistance
  • Fire resistance – classified B-s1, d0

FiberAcoustic® 75 is extremely hard-wearing and withstands most impacts, without being damaged and losing sound absorbing performance.

FiberAcoustic® nonwovens are produced using fibers that provide significant benefits compared to competing technologies.

Facts:
Builder: Thameslink
Architect: Grimshaw Architects
Photographer: Paul Raftery

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FiberAcoustic® 75

Acoustic properties with high puncture and tear resistance. Moisture resistance and non-fraying, with a fire resistance - classified B-s1, d0. 

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