Acoustic Wall Panel

Large and open-planned spaces are suitable for the formation of unwanted noise. Especially the hard surface materials used in today's industrial style designs contribute to the formation of noise by increasing reflections. The sound hits hard floors and creates a reflection, and this reflection causes an increase in noise in the environment. Sound absorption occurs when sound energy is converted into another form while passing through an acoustic environment. Acoustic panels should be used to provide this transformation and reduce the noise in the environment. The extent of excessive noise and reverberation should be determined and an acoustic study should be performed accordingly. Panel sizes, thickness and placement are extremely important for the acoustic efficiency you will receive.

The most common area of use of acoustic panels is wall surfaces. Acoustic wall panels, which can be produced in the desired sizes, shapes and colors, are made suitable for the design of every space.