Acoustic panels also referred to as sound absorption panels, soundproof panels or sound panels, are sound-absorbing fabric-wrapped boards designed to effectively control echo and reduce ambient sounds and reverberation in a room and are generally used to resolve ambient sound-related issues in commercial projects. Most of the panels are constructed with a wooden frame, filled with sound absorption material (mineral wool, fiberglass, cellulose, open-cell foam, or combination) and wrapped with fabric.
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All components utilized in constructing our acoustic wall panels meet a Class A 1 rating as tested per ASTM E-84. This is the highest and safest fire rating possible for building materials.
Is there a recommended space between panels? Is it a problem if there's too much spacing between the panels?
No, as long as you have sufficient acoustic panels and achieve the minimum recommended coverage, the distance between panels doesn’t matter.
In general, it’s recommended to disperse the panels throughout the room as evenly as possible.