Our company has been active since 2014, specializing in the supply and installation of acoustic solutions. On the basis of an acoustic study, engineer or architect, we seek suppliers and materials suitable for the project. We pay particular attention to the installation of these. From our main activity, derive various services that we have set up following the requests of our customers. Participation in the design and manufacture of innovative acoustic solutions (prototype). Transformation work in the building. Event logistics (visuals, museum images, back drops, fundraising).
For each project we carry out a study and carry out an appropriate implementation.
Ideal acoustic solution for structural work, monolithic concept, visible mineral concrete, all integrated into the concrete …
Ideal solution for offices, open spaces wishing to combine design and acoustic comfort …
The possibilities of using cold-stretched acoustic fabric are very varied. It easily replaces the wallpaper of a wall as well as …
Solutions for finishing work, islands (horizontal), baffles (vertical), neutral or printed, these elements are quick to complete …
When there are no more existing solutions, in collaboration with engineers and architects, we realize it …
Sometimes the existing solutions are not suited to the project. We are always ready to put all our energy and our know-how in order to realize new acoustic concepts …
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- Acoustic Concrete
- Acoustic Baffle
- Acoustic Fabrics
- Acoustic Prototypes
- Stretch Covering
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We will find a tailor-made acoustic treatment solution for you. Listen to music with breathtaking clarity, improve your comfort in your living and working places.
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Once the requirements are known, we will design a processing solution and present it to you for your comments. We will include all the information you will need in order to visualize the treatments offered to achieve the desired results.
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We recommend covering at least 15-20% of a room’s walls in sound absorbing acoustic paneling. That’s the industry standard formula to achieve adequate sound absorption in most noise-prone indoor spaces. I’d be happy to help calculate the quantity of recommended panels for your situation, I’ll just need the length, width, and ceiling height of the room and we’ll go from there.
Voices coming through walls in office
Loud music from neighbors
Loud TV from neighbors
Thin apartment walls
Noisy air conditioning unit outside window
Train noise outside
Garage band, don’t want to annoy neighbors
Regarding sound from loud neighbors in an apartment acoustic wall panels will absorb some sound, but they won’t block it completely. It would likely take a lot of coverage to make a difference. Acoustic wall panels are designed mainly to reduce sound (echo, noise, reverb) within a room, while reducing sound traveling through walls to a lesser degree. It’s a tough problem to tackle and sorry to say, the only sure-fire solution is thicker walls or quieter neighbors.
The acoustic panels with 2″ core are rated NRC 1.0 (noise reduction coefficient), while the 1″ core panels are rated NRC .85. What this means in general is the 2″ panels absorb around 15% more of the spectrum of sound frequencies including more of the lower range (bass).
You can achieve a high degree of sound reduction, with a large amount of thick acoustic panels on the wall in the room with the noise source. That said acoustic wall panels are designed mainly to reduce sound (echo, noise, reverb) within a room by absorbing the sound waves bouncing in the room, while reducing sound traveling through walls to a lesser degree. Acoustic panels alone technically are not adequate to truly “soundproof” rooms. To truly soundproof a room, you need a large amount of thick panels, thicker concrete walls, or an acoustically isolated room. Again, however, you can dampen the sound transmission greatly with a large amount of panels on the wall in the room with the noise source.