Acoustic panels are wood slat walls that absorb high levels of reflected noise, but they will also create a more comfortable and much quieter environment. Acoustic panels are produced from wood slats that are mounted onto a felt back, which is produced from recycled plastic bottles, making it an environmentally friendly product. Acoustic panels are very easy to install and suitable for many applications.
1. Install 2 inches (thickness) battens directly to your wall/ceiling with a distance of 24 inches
2. Install the acoustic panels directly on the battens with screws. You can easily fit the screws between the strips in the underlying acoustic felt. Every panel is installed with 15 screws.
3. Cutting of the panels is easily done with a fine jagged saw. The underlying acoustic felt is easily cut with a good knife.
4. For an expanded acoustic solution, you can place 2-inch insulation between the battens.
The panel is an optimal solution for efficient sound absorption, as well as lowering the reverberation time for noise in the room. As seen in the graph the panel obtains an absorption coefficient of 0.97 at a frequency of 1,000 Hz. Loud speech and ‘regular’ noise in the room will be in a frequency between 500-2000 Hz. The acoustic panels are designed to combat noise pollution and reduce sound levels.