Made of 100% polyester, the polyester acoustic baffle panel is non-irritating and safe to use, providing maximum NRC performance. Polyester acoustic baffle panels provide a high performance echo reduction solution and are one of the most environmentally friendly acoustic products on the market. For more information on performance, environmental benefits and specifications, or to choose the right suspended acoustic panel for your application, please contact us.
Color: white, beige, 40 colors
Size white: 2420x1220mm, 600x1200mm, etc.
Thickness: 9, 12, 15mm hanging sound absorbing panels
Features: non-allergenic, non-toxic, decorative, impact resistant, partially recycled, etc.
Used as indoor hanging fabric panels from ceiling
Applied culture, business, corporate, education, industry, etc.
Polyester hanging sound absorbing panel is able to withstand the normal expansion and contraction of the structure without affecting the ability to protect the structure from any external elements.
Easy to Apply:
The acoustic baffles and polyester hanging fabric panel from ceiling can be easily installed by anyone in a relatively short period of time with little or no damage to the building operation as it does not cause any breathing or irritation problems to the skin.
Suspended Acoustic Panel
Suspended acoustic panels are very versatile, easy to install in walls or floor cavities, and provides superior noise control for residential and commercial buildings. Its excellent sound insulation reduces external noise interference and separates the noise area from the quiet and calm room. Improving the indoor environment with effective noise control is as simple as choosing the right acoustic level for your application.
1.Mark the polyester hanging sound absorbing panels to the appropriate size with a tape measure and marker.
2.Use a utility knife to cut along the line. With thicker acoustic ceiling panel, multiple passes may be required to completely cut the suspended acoustic panels.
3.Another method of cutting is to compress the panel along the line marked in step 1. In the case of a compressed material, it will reduce the number of passes that must be completely cut.