Shush Pin Boards™
For: Workplaces and interiors.
Where: Ceiling applications only.
Shush acoustic pin boards is a PET polyester pin board, also known as a bulletin board or a notice board.
It’s a type of bulletin board that is made from Polyester core material which is a compressed polyester manufactured using post-consumer recycled polyester from plastic bottles. Furthermore the material is then transformed into an acoustic panel in various colours which are non-toxic and free from formaldehyde. Additionally Shush Pin Boards has been designed to a very specific density to achieve the correct acoustic performance.
Our Shush Pin Board offer high sound absorption performance panel which can be doubled as an acoustic pin board. Shush Pin Board works extremely well in Offices, education spaces, multi purpose halls, music rooms, community halls and many other environments. Shush Pin Boards acoustic panel improves the quality of the environment due to the products ability to absorb echo and reverberation, in areas with hard surfaces. The panels are available is 12mm thickness
In addition, PET polyester is an environmentally friendly choice for pin boards. It is a recyclable material that can be reused or repurposed at the end of its life cycle. Overall, a PET polyester pin board provides a versatile and practical solution for displaying information and organizing your space. One of the many advantages of using PET polyester fabric for pin boards is its durability. PET polyester is resistant to stretching, shrinking, and wrinkling, which ensures that the pin board maintains its smooth surface over time.
It is also relatively easy to clean, as most PET polyester is not super stain-resistant but if you catch it in time stains can be wiped down with a damp cloth. Ensure all wall surfaces to which the panel will be applied to are clean and dry. Panels can be fixed to most surfaces including concrete, plasterboard and block work providing they are solid. Wallpaper should be removed. Gloss paint roughened. Emulsion paint brushed with a stiff brush.
Sound insulation advice for Part E