Fabric Cover Acoustic Panels
Fabric Coated Wall Panels
It is covered with acoustic sound-absorbing fabric which is resistant to impact on the front surface of the fabric covered wall panel and the inner material of the panels is glass wool. The rear surface is covered with glass cloth. Fabric Coated Wall Panels normally used on walls to ensure sound insulation and decorative, but can also be applied in ceiling.
Special production can be done but in general sizes are standard. You can reach the gauge from below. Thickness is not noticeable in sound absorption, but it is more effective than the thicker one. If you want, you can get different designs with different thicknesses.
Besides the sound absorber, fabric coated acoustic panels can be used on the final layer with a decorative appearance and are easily applicable on concrete or plasterboard surfaces.
In office areas, meeting rooms; bare walls cause echoing and tingling. Acoustic panels can be used to prevent such situations. However, It can also be preferred in areas; home cinema, restaurant, cinema room, hospital, cafe – bar, studio room, reji room, radio rooms.
There are 2 methods to make a fabric covered wall panel application. If you get a self-adhesive acoustic fabric coated panel, you can remove the yellow adhesive paper on the back and then apply it to the ceiling or the wall. By applying light pressure you can ensure that the material does not fall.Another method is to use a solid-based liquid adhesive. We advise you to wear a mask for this procedure so as not to disturb the smell of the adhesive. After you have turned the adhesive into a container, stick it so that it is not too much to the roller brush and then rub it into the area to which the acoustic panel is applied. We suggest you do not go beyond the size of the panel as you can leave traces. You can apply adhesive to the part by reprinting the material afterwards.
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