Acoustic ceiling board solutions enhance visual impact and the sound quality of any indoor space. The sound-absorbing ceiling and sound insulation ceiling provides customers with the ability to add decorative components to the suspended ceiling, as well as sound absorbing. Our decorative acoustic ceiling panels are very affordable and can be used to create a wide variety of decorative patterns in perforated bricks. Our more than 20 designs are designed to meet most traditional and modern design needs.
The acoustic ceiling insulation is suitable for Lay-In ceiling applications, available in black or white (paintable). They provide a higher NRC (Noise Reduction Coefficient) rating when used in combination. These acoustic panels on ceiling are fire rated, lightweight and easy to install.
Color: white, beige, 40 colors
Size white: 2420x1220mm, 600x1200mm, etc.
Thickness: 9, 12, 15mm
Features: non-allergenic, non-toxic, decorative polyester fiber acoustic ceiling, impact resistant, partially recycled, etc.
Used as indoor ceilings and walls
Applied culture, business, corporate, education, industry, etc.
What is the difference between recycled polyester and original polyester?
Since the recycling process reconstitutes the fibers at the molecular level, there is no difference between the recycled polyester and the original polyester. Recycled polyester has the same advantages in terms of chemical properties, performance and durability, including high strength and versatility, and has a lower environmental impact than conventional polyester. Our sound absorbing ceiling panels and acoustic ceiling boards are made of both recycled and original polyester.
Why is recycled polyester better?
The production of recycled polyester has a much greater impact on the climate, with a 65% reduction in CO2 emissions compared to the original polyester. This is because recycled polyester does not require new oil to create, reducing the need for new oil extraction and reducing our total carbon footprint. It helps prevent landfills by providing post-consumer and post-industrial polyesters.
Given this fact, and because polyester accounts for about 60% of global PET production – about twice the amount of plastic bottles used – the development of a polyester fiber non-native supply chain has the potential to have a huge impact on global energy and resource demand. Contact us for more details about polyester fiber acoustic ceilings.