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Print Acoustics to introduce a new acoustic absorbing panel collection

Acoustic absorbing panels increase acoustic comfort, even in areas with larger audiences

Studies have shown that disturbing noises in areas affect the mood of human people and lead to reduced performances.

Architects, engineering bureaus and interior designers are often looking for solutions to optimise the acoustic comfort in buildings.

Print Acoustics®, a division of Triplaco, had developed a series of 14 different acoustic absorbing panels for walls, doors and furniture, that not only absorb and reduce all kinds of disturbing noises but also have an added value to the design of the interior.

At Interzum Print Acoustics® introduces a new and extended collection.

Print Acoustics® known as a supplier of Print HPL of Abet Laminati develops and manufactures a series of acoustic absorbing panels that not only offer a solution for all requirements of the specialists in interior design but also meet today’s standards.

The combination of today’s architecture and interior design – with a minimalistic design and the use of hard materials – with the integration of open spaces is a nightmare for those looking to get a pleasant acoustic comfort.

They always have problems with the reverberation in the areas. Print Acoustics® now offers a solution.

“Our collection of acoustic absorbing panels is developed to absorb and reduce all kinds of disturbing noises in an area, leading to an increased acoustic comfort, even in rooms with large audiences and a lot of ambient noise, such as auditoriums, meeting rooms and offices, but also in hospitals and retirement homes, schools, sports facilities, bars, restaurants, hotels, …,” says division manager Kristoff Ver Eecke.

“The easily maintainable panels consist of a core of black moisture repellent MDF and a non-woven glass fibre tissue on the back or in the middle of the panel. They can be ordered with various top layers: Print HPL of Abet Laminati, lacquer, a veneer of digital print.”

All products are developed and manufactured in-house and are thoroughly tested in a reverberation room of an independent acoustic laboratory.

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