Autex Quietspace 3D Wall Tiles
Autex Quietspace 3D Tiles are a form of wall art that function as high performing acoustic insulation. Auxtex 3D tiles are the perfect design installation that adds to your interior aesthetic both in style and function. Autex Quietspace is manufactured using felted polyester that contains over 55% recycled material. Autex Quietspace 3D Tiles are easy to install and come ready to go as 6 tiles with fixings. The tiles are lightweight and do not disturb the integrity of the setting, but rather enhance it. Acoustic insulation is a vital component of any interior space where noise requires control to create a comfortable environment. Autex Quietspace 3D Tiles come in 15 colours and 8 styles to perfectly suit your interior setting. The 3D tiles are delivered in packs of 6. These packs include fixings and the lightweight, semi-rigid tiles that are easy to install. Autex Quietspace 3D Tiles are perfect for commercial settings, in particular, those that are looking to make a statement to their interior aesthetic.
Features of Quietspace 3D Wall Tiles
- Decorative and functional acoustic tiles for residential, office, education, retail, hospitality and commercial interiors
- Minimise noise in the interior environment and create unique finishes and features
- Easy dry clip system for installation
- 3D Wall Tiles – Series 5 – Design 5.26, 575x575mm, 6 Tiles Per Box
- 3D Wall Tiles – Series 5 – Design 5.34, 575x575mm, 6 Tiles Per Box
- 3D Wall Tiles – Series 5 – Design 5.37, 575x575mm, 6 Tiles Per Box
- 3D Wall Tiles – Series 5 – Design 5.50, 575×287.5mm, 12 Tiles Per Box
- 3D Wall Tiles – Series 5 – Design 5.53, 575x575mm, 6 Tiles Per Box
Sound Waves and Reverberation
Sound waves travel through the air in a straight line. When they hit different materials, some of them are reflected, some are absorbed and some is transmitted through the material. What happens to the sound waves depends on the properties of the material. As a general rule, soft and dense materials tend to absorb sound, thin materials transmit sound and hard surfaces reflect sound. If then, you are in a room which is lined with hard surfaces, a noise that is produced will literally “bounce” around the room until it eventually dissipates. Having several sources of sound in this room, for example, several conversations going at once combined with a few chairs scraping the floor creates what can be described as nothing less than acoustic chaos. With Auxtex acoustic insulation you can design your space to control the sound with the wide variety of customisable products that help control and direct the sound waves.
Customising Sound Absorption with Quietspace 3D Tiles
Libraries, for example, should be as quiet as possible, so a larger proportion of surfaces is lined with acoustic panels. Total sound absorption in restaurants, on the other hand, is not at all desirable. Customers do want to be able to hold a decent conversation at their table without straining to hear what their friends and family are saying over a whole lot of other noise. However, some background noise is desirable to facilitate a live atmosphere; this is the “buzz” that is often associated with a popular café or restaurant. This also gives customers the freedom to talk without being overheard by other diners or waiting staff. With Autex products, you can customise your space to create the perfect balance of acoustic insulation to suit your atmosphere while matching your interior aesthetic.