Autex Quietspace Lattice – Decorative Acoustic Ceiling Installations
Autex Lattice Insulation
Autex Quietspace® Lattice uses not less than 45% recycled materials and can be installed with the supplied materials. It is manufactured using 100% polyester fibre with 45% post-consumer recycled material. Constructed from Autex Cube,™ Lattice is ideal for controlling the echo of background chatter and reducing reverberated noise. The three ready to go designs, Trapezium, Torus and Eclipse, are suitable for any setting, whether it be a commercial office space with a crisp corporate style or a retail/hospitality setting where the style may be more bespoke.
Lattice Trapezium, Includes Suspension Kit to 1mtr, 1 Unit Per Pack
Lattice Eclipse, Includes Suspension Kit to 1mtr, 1 Unit Per Pack
Lattice Torus, Includes Suspension Kit to 1mtr, 2 Units Per Pack
Benefits of Lattice
- Available in a range of colours and designs, Lattice is a modern and aesthetically pleasing approach to interior acoustics.
- Containing a minimum of 45% post-consumer recycled material, Lattice is the obvious choice for sustainable acoustic control.
- Highly durable providing long term stability and performance, Lattice is lightweight and easy to install.
- Minimise noise and with a unique aesthetic for office, education, retail, hospitality, and commercial interiors
Customising the Amount of Sound Absorption
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.
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.