Autex Quietspace® Acoustic Wall and Ceiling Panels
Autex Quietspace® Acoustic Wall and Ceiling Panels can absorb a minimum of 85% of sound energy. Autex Quietspace® Acoustic Wall and Ceiling Panels have been manufactured to blend into their environments, with three colours to choose from, white, black and grey, they will be the invisible heroes of interior sound quality. This means, no matter the setting and noise level, you can create a space with just the right amount of noise absorption, whether it’s a theatre with very directed sound or an open plan commercial space with independent reverberation. One of the most innovative and exciting features of the Autex interior acoustic insulation is that you can combine products to suit your setting perfectly. For a more intentional approach, combine Autex Quietspace® Acoustic Wall and Ceiling Panels with Autex Vertiface® for a wide range of colour options. Available in 25mm, 50mm, 75mm, and 100mm, the potential is limitless.
Benefits of Autex Quietspace® Panels
- An ideal alternative to fabric wrapped frames; Quietspace® Panel is light-weight, semi-rigid, impact-resistant and incredibly durable.
- Manufactured using a minimum of 45% already recycled polyester fibre; made from post-consumer waste.
- Available in 25 or 50mm options, Quietspace® Panel offers complete design flexibility with our ability to provide custom colour printing and cutting.
- High-performance acoustic panel for commercial interior sound control with a sophisticated appeal.
- Refined acoustic surface for framed modular office partition panelling.
Interior Acoustics for Commercial Applications
Autex Quietspace® Acoustic Wall and Ceiling Panels are perfect for a wide range of settings. The simple design allows for simple installation and a discrete appearance. Ideal for classrooms and lecture theatres, as well as retail and commercial spaces. By blending in with the basic interior aesthetic, Autex Quietspace® Panels are perfect for a function based need. Allowing for the achievement of quality acoustic control and reduction without having to stress about the aesthetic style clashing with existing interior design.
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.