Performance: 'A' or 'C' Class absorption rating.
For: Homes, workplaces and music auditoriums.
Installation: Wall mounted.
Where: Wall applications only.
ShushLiner sound absorbing panels are a high quality sound absorbing panel system that offers CLASS A acoustic performance, and are the highest sound absorption panels available in todays market. Being fabric faced our sound absorbing wall panels come in vast range of colours and textures. Used in environments that have a lot of echo and reverberation or with poor acoustic qualities.
Panels not only offer excellent acoustic performance and are fully customisable regarding shapes, sizes and colours of fabrics. further these sound absorbing panels are fabricated in ways that they have hard edges and give it a real elegant look and feeling by injecting colour and texture into your desired space.
In addition they are ideal for any internal environment where first impressions count and acoustic management enhances the quality of environment.
Designed to transform any area into a vehicle for creating the perfect impression. Bespoke system allows for a secure installation of ShushLiner acoustic panels without the added aesthetic of visible trims. Instead each panel is custom manufactured to the size required and the fabric is wrapped around all 4 edges.
Our panels offer CLASS A acoustic performance; the panel is simply bonded to the wall, then using our impaling clips and ShushBond contact adhesive. Our impaling clips & ShushBond contact adhesive make light work of any installations – Whether you’re applying panels to concrete, masonry, wood, plaster, or metal. Our Impaling clips are available in two different depths to accommodate both panel thicknesses. The correct clips and quantities of clips will be included with your order, whatever the thickness of the panel.
Furthermore our acoustic wall panels are extensively used in schools, offices, restaurants, studios, sports halls, community halls and meeting rooms. ShushLiner acoustic wall panels can change the aesthetics of any environment as well as making it acoustically correct, as it creates a comfortable space for people in these types of environments. Finally poor sound absorption can make it difficult for people to communicate and equally it can hinder work production as poor acoustics can also make you feel dizzy and nauseous over long period of time.
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