Everyone who likes music, including the music we hear while watching movies, knows how important it is to have the right acoustics in the room. It is not always as we would like it to be, but as it turns out there are methods by which we can shape the acoustics of a given interior. We can do this by using different types of sound-absorbing systems, which differ from each other in the way they are installed, where they are used and, most importantly, what is the shape of the sound absorption coefficient characteristics.
Porous structures is a product which our company specializes in creating. These unique acoustic panels are above all universal, but their installation is also extremely easy. Their characteristic feature, which distinguishes them from other products of this type, is an excellent ratio of quality to the cost of their purchase. These panels are used primarily to reduce reverberation time and to compensate for the frequency response of the interior.
Due to the fact that they have open pores with air in the material, they have excellent absorbing capacity.
Perforated bodies are made up of a hard slab, equipped with holes of a specific size and arrangement, which is installed at a suitable distance from the wall. Directly behind the plate there is a material whose task is to absorb.
This is based on the principle of resonance of the air in the openings. As a result, the booster absorbs in one specific frequency band, which depends on the diameter of the holes.
The universal system, due to its partially resonant characteristics, is ideal when we want to eliminate the effect of standing wave and comb filter. It is distinguished by high absorption in the whole frequency range.
Plate structures are various hard plates of all kinds. Therefore, they can be wooden, wood-based or gypsum-cardboard panels. They are usually used as suspended ceilings, which are fixed at a certain distance from the hard ceiling. This distance may, for example, be 30 centimetres. In the case of such systems, absorption is selective, because the discs work well in the low frequencies, and less in the medium and high ranges.
A universal absorbing system can be achieved by using absorbent material as a substitute for air void. However, the applicability of such materials is limited, as in most cases a suspended ceiling solution is chosen.