The polyester acoustic treatment panels are made of 100% polyester fiber and bonded by the use of heat rather than traditional chemical adhesives. Glue tends to decompose over time, releasing formaldehyde, which can cause health problems. Unlike other boards, these polyester acoustic treatment materials are manufactured without the use of glue, so formaldehyde is not stored or released in these boards.
Environmentally friendly polyester sound treatment panels can be used for suspended ceiling grids or suspended from walls. Add these acoustic wall treatment panels to the wall, ceiling or both! There are no fiberglass on these panels. The acoustic treatment panel is one of the most environmentally friendly sound absorbing panels on the market. Each sound treatment board can be cut to fit the ceiling grid. The included hardware allows these acoustic wall treatment boards to also be used as wall panels.
Thickness: 9mm, 7.5-25mm, other sizes available
Fire protection: GB8624, ASTM E84
Environmental protection: E1 acoustic wall panels
Colors and patterns: normal acoustic treatment material, 3D, printed, textured, 16 standard colors.
Acoustic performance: NRC 0.8 or higher
Packing: plastic bags and cartons
Made of 100% recyclable fire protection material
No risk of skin irritation or respiratory problems
No adhesive or smell
Extremely elastic and impact resistant
Can be used as a nail board
Naturally resistant to moisture, pests, insects, molds and bacteria
Good Decorative Effect
The polyester acoustic treatment panels are made of 100% polyester fiber. The sheet is compressed into a plate shape at high temperature, and has various characteristics such as density, sound absorption, fire resistance, non-toxicity, no stimulation, no odor, no formaldehyde. Polyester acoustic treatment materials have become a good alternative to decorative sound treatment products made of fiberglass and mineral fibers.
It is possible to apply glue or use environmentally friendly adhesives to install decorative acoustic wall panels. People can cut the acoustic wall treatment panels into sizes or shapes as needed, which can be cut by directly matching manual cutting tools, which is easy to handle.