Acoustic Baffles are suspended form the ceiling in a vertical plane, 90 degrees from the ceiling, in rows at (normally) 600mm centres in order to maximize the sound absorption potential.
Requiring more overall head room to install than traditional acoustic ceiling panels, acoustic baffles benefit from providing a greater absorption area due to the way the baffles are orientated.
Alternatively acoustic baffles can now be manufactured to provide both acoustic benefits, with the aesthetic finishes expected to suit environments such as conference rooms, retail and commercial spaces that allow designers greater freedom to deliver functionality with a wow factor that impresses owners and customers alike, creating visual talking points.
Acoustic baffles can be suspended as individual units using suspension cables or in full rows using preformed channels or other suitable fixing system.
Acoustic Baffles For Sound Absorption
A high performing acoustic core material finished in a white speckled paint finish and suitable for use in a multitude of different applications including walls and ceilings.
Available in a wide range of sizes (including circles) these panels allow for stunning finishes without comprising performance.
Vertically hung acoustic absorbers allows for maximum treatment to be applied to smallest area.
Consisting of an acoustic core material that is finished on all four sides using Soundhush® standard fabric ranges.
Suspended from the ceiling using adjustable suspension cables.
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