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At Abax Kingfisher, we deliver high-functioning acoustic wall panels that combine aesthetics and high function. Our state-of-the-art acoustic wall panels will transform the acoustic comfort and reverberation patterns of any space. What is wonderful about our designs is that they serve as room features as well. Our Abax Kingfisher acoustic wall panels have been used in various spaces, including auditoriums, lecture theatres, school classrooms, libraries, and offices.

We work with our clients to curate the finest decorative acoustic wall panels to meet their needs, and discuss aspects including performance, practicality, design, durability, and budget. No matter the style you choose, you can have peace of mind knowing that the wall panels you invest in are of the highest quality.

Controlling reverberated noise can create a productive environment for schools, offices, hospitality, childcare centres, early learning facilities, and more. At Abax Kingfisher, no matter your acoustic issue, we will have the solution for you.

What are acoustic panels and where to apply them?

An acoustic panel is a sound-absorbing panel used to mitigate background noise and reduce the reverberation and echo in a space. Whether you desire to limit sound transfers, reduce background noise, and reverb time, it is important to determine the best location for the acoustic panels to achieve the finest performance. Finding the ideal positioning depends on various factors, including:

  • The type of room
  • The activity of the space
  • Existing furniture, and
  • Materials in the space (such as, glass, plastic, wood).

How are they made?

Sound is a form of kinetic energy, and acoustic panels are dense materials designed to trap this kinetic energy. Removing sound completely is not possible, however sound absorbing-panels absorb soundwaves and can decrease the amount of sound present in a space.

The typical office space has noise levels that range from 60-80 decibels, which is much higher than the recommended level of 45-55 decibels. Acoustic panels assist in bringing the noise levels below the recommended level to reduce distractions and improve productivity.

Acoustic panels can be constructed from a range of materials including polyester, naturally occurring minerals, timber, and fabric. For those with a sustainable focus, many acoustic panels contain recycled materials.

What is the best material for sound absorption?

Walls are typically constructed from dense materials that will reproduce noise and make it reverberate around the room, which is not ideal for a quiet work or learning environments. Acoustic panels use softer, absorbent materials like foam and fabric which absorb this sound, reduce echoes and reverberation and essentially lower background noise.

Polyester is a frequently used sound-absorbing material. Polyester is versatile and can be transformed into many different forms of absorptive products, including wall panels, ceiling panels and baffles. Many acoustic polyester products are made from partly recycled PET, making them an environmentally friendly option. Acoustic mineral wool is a functional sound-reducing material, frequently used as an insulation behind a more decorative finish. For example, behind fabric wrapped panels, or perforated timber boards.

How many Acoustic Wall Panels do I need?

The effectiveness of acoustic panelling varies based on the type of material, thickness, and the amount of wall available to be covered. The more of the wall that is covered, the better the acoustic result.

Not sure where to start? At Abax Kingfisher, we can help you choose the finest acoustic wall panelling for your space. Speak to one of our leading design consultants about ideas you may have, or give us a call, and we can start a conversation about bringing modern innovation and comfort to your classroom, library, or office space.

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