Acoustic Ceiling Panels can be fully integrated into the interior décor of any space at the design stage. Otherwise they can be retrofitted to existing walls or ceilings at any stage – to ‘fit in’ with colour schemes, furniture, etc. The area of acoustic panels required to achieve a satisfactory reduction in background noise levels will vary according to the activities in the space. In most cases, standard rectangular 25mm thick acoustic panels are used. These are fixed directly to available wall or ceiling space.  This will be sufficient to achieve a noticeable difference in speech quality and comfort levels for building occupants. However, there are also many projects where lighting and fittings, door and window openings, bulkheads, and similar complicating factors may call for innovative fixing variations.

Serenity Acoustic Ceiling Panel with Light
Serenity Acoustic Ceiling Panel with Light

The accompanying image shows Sontext Serenity Acoustic Ceiling Panels installed with integrated downlights. The panels here are “hung” at the same level as the air conditioning registers. Apart from the pleasing integrated look of all these components, the other important benefits are.

  • by having a perforated  or open backing to the  floating ceilings or clouds the acoustic performance is improved by utilizing the airspace behind the panel.
  • Improved Conditions for Teleconferencing
  • Privacy
  • Reduced Cost

Sontext Acoustic Ceiling Panels can be installed in many systems including

  • Standard T grid systems
  • Direct fixed to the  Slab or Gypsum ceiling
  • Suspended by a hanging system
  • Concealed grid system.

Sontext manufacture customised Serenity Acoustic Ceiling Panels and Murano Perforated Timber Acoustic Panels for specialised projects such as this one. Sontext experts can help with choosing and specifying panel sizes, shapes and finishes. Please visit the website for more details

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