ApplicationsWalls and ceiling
CharacteristicsPerforated panels with metal frame and a sound-absorbing translucent fabric behind the panel
Sizes1020 x 2040 mm with an overall construction depth of 100 mm
A Room Acoustics System that has Appeal and expresses Creativity
Rooms that have a modern design are often impressive in their simplicity. But when it comes to using the room it emerges that the acoustics have been sacrificed. The experience in historic rooms it is often not much better: the design elements predominate. The system we have developed provides numerous options for every type of room, providing freedom to adapt to different styles. The ceilings and walls are all brought into play when it comes to improving the acoustics, producing positive auditory and visual outcomes. The acoustic results are proven by the German TÜV Institute, which verified the outstanding absorption rates. In contrast to to other room acoustics solutions, our system creates an optical highlight. The panels are produced exactly in line with your wishes, and your individual needs (such as holes for speakers or lights) are catered for.
In addition to the included absorbers and metal frames, which constitute complete elements, Bruag offers yet more options that lead to improvements in room acoustics. For example, entire walls or ceilings can be furnished with perforated panels and special acoustic fleece. These can be combined with LED backlighting or a cooling system can be integrated into the acoustic elements. We will be glad to work alongside you to develop a system suitable for your project.
Excellent Absorption Rates Confirm the Effect of Bruag’s Room Acoustics System
Bruag’s ornamental acoustic system consists of a frame, carrier boards containing different types of perforations, a textile finish – available in a range of colours – and an absorber element. The cladding panels dimensions can be varied to suit individual projects. Sound tests carried out at the LGA in Nuremberg demonstrate the results that can be achieved with different types of perforations (i.e. surface patterns ). The samples used in the tests had surfaces with varying degrees of openness, set at 8, 20 and 40 percent. The construction depth of the elements varied between 50, 100 and 200 mm, with the 100 mm-deep element yielding an excellent comparative value.
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