Shush Timber Slat™
Performance: 'A' Class absorption rating.
For: Homes, workplaces and music auditoriums.
Installation: Wall or ceiling mounted.
Where: Wall and ceiling applications.
Sound absorbing timber slats are available in five veneer finishes.
Sound absorbing timber slats acoustic panels range offer a combination of natural beauty with durability, available in five wooden veneer finishes offering CLASS A acoustic performance. Also being very versatility and offering excellent sound absorption for controlling echo and reverberant levels in many public or personal environment. There are two parts to Shush Timber acoustic slats, they have a PET Polyester backing (only available in black for now) and MDF timber slats in our five finishes.
The panels are used on walls and ceilings to create a high quality decorative. These sound absorbing panels look great when they go from the wall and carry on to the ceiling, just offers an extra element. Used in areas such as large open spaces, right down to personal rooms, it’s a real design for living.
Sound absorbing timber slats offer CLASS A acoustics; the panels are used extensively in schools, libraries, restaurants, hotels and other areas where sound absorption is required. Shush Timber Slat acoustic panels offer a combination of natural beauty with durability, versatility and excellent sound absorption. The panels are used on walls and ceilings to create a high quality decorative and acoustic environment. Also our acoustic panels are made from polyester substrate with a facing timber slat in five veneer finishes.
The panels are used in areas such as open spaces, also personal spaces, a real design for living. Additionally Shush Timber Slat acoustic panels allow for a secure installation without the added aesthetic of visible trims. The panels can be cut down or have an aperture introduced for light fittings, sockets etc. using a circular saw or drill. Furthermore all at a fixed size of 605 x 2400mm x 22mm. All finishes only come on black polyester 2440mm 605mm a L shape timber beading/trim to cover any raw edges.
Sound insulation advice for Part E