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POOR ACOUSTICS SOLUTION

Perfect acoustics are tailor-made

A concert hall where you can barely hear the music, a railway station where trains and hundreds of passengers create a deafening noise, an auditorium where the echo gives you a headache after an hour, an open-plan office where your concentration is absolutely zero, a restaurant where you can’t understand your partner, a hospital where the slightest sound reverberates throughout the corridor... Unfortunately, there are endless examples of buildings with poor acoustics.

 

An acoustic solution should always be tailored to the function of the room. Acoustics depend on the customer’s specific needs and how they want to experience sound in the room.

 

Acoustic measurement for optimal results

To gain an accurate understanding of your specific acoustic situation, it may be wise to have a measurement carried out by a specialist in the field. A certain acoustic value must be achieved for sound to be pleasant in a room. For that, you need to identify the reverberation time. Important factors include the sound-absorbing materials already present, their acoustic properties and their location in the room. If they are not already present, we include this in our advice.

 

We will provide you with a report of the measurement. Based on the measured values, we propose an appropriate plan to optimise the acoustics in the room. The materials we suggest using to treat the room acoustically are listed and presented. After this plan has been implemented, you are guaranteed a pleasant sound experience.

 

Seamless sound-absorption systems

Our seamless sound-absorption systems are ideally suited to tackle poor acoustics. Our ceiling spray plasters come in various finishes, from rough to smooth, and in any RAL colour. Their appearance will suit almost any aesthetic design.

 

Do you want to improve the poor acoustics in your building? Let’s look at acoustic solutions together.

POOR ACOUSTICS SOLUTION

Perfect acoustics are tailor-made

A concert hall where you can barely hear the music, a railway station where trains and hundreds of passengers create a deafening noise, an auditorium where the echo gives you a headache after an hour, an open-plan office where your concentration is absolutely zero, a restaurant where you can’t understand your partner, a hospital where the slightest sound reverberates throughout the corridor... Unfortunately, there are endless examples of buildings with poor acoustics.

 

An acoustic solution should always be tailored to the function of the room. Acoustics depend on the customer’s specific needs and how they want to experience sound in the room.

 

Acoustic measurement for optimal results

To gain an accurate understanding of your specific acoustic situation, it may be wise to have a measurement carried out by a specialist in the field. A certain acoustic value must be achieved for sound to be pleasant in a room. For that, you need to identify the reverberation time. Important factors include the sound-absorbing materials already present, their acoustic properties and their location in the room. If they are not already present, we include this in our advice.

 

We will provide you with a report of the measurement. Based on the measured values, we propose an appropriate plan to optimise the acoustics in the room. The materials we suggest using to treat the room acoustically are listed and presented. After this plan has been implemented, you are guaranteed a pleasant sound experience.

 

Seamless sound-absorption systems

Our seamless sound-absorption systems are ideally suited to tackle poor acoustics. Our ceiling spray plasters come in various finishes, from rough to smooth, and in any RAL colour. Their appearance will suit almost any aesthetic design.

 

Do you want to improve the poor acoustics in your building? Let’s look at acoustic solutions together.

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