Through our QuietPrint™ capability, the surface fibers of each acoustic plank are colored with precision, ensuring air-gaps in the porous material remain open to absorbing noise
CLAWSON, Mich. (PRWEB) May 21, 2019
Acoufelt, a leading global supplier of acoustics solutions for working, learning, and living environments, today introduced WoodBeQuiet™, a collection of sound-absorbing wall and ceiling surfaces that deliver classical and elegant wood visuals without the sound reverberation of real wood. Combining aesthetic, acoustic, and envirosensitive technologies, WoodBeQuiet™ eliminates the compromise between aesthetics and acoustics in a design that reflects the synchronization of visual beauty, superior sound absorption, and environmental sensitivity.
“Through our QuietPrint™ capability, the surface fibers of each acoustic plank are colored with precision, ensuring air-gaps in the porous material remain open to absorbing noise,” said Ben Grace, CEO of Acoufelt. “The result is a beautiful and warm wood aesthetic that is quiet.”
Released in five sophisticated neutral colorways, the WoodBeQuiet™ collection features 8” X 39” planks with a 12mm thickness, achieving a minimum Noise Reduction Coefficient (‘NRC’) of 0.45. Made from recycled PET material, such as plastic bottles, WoodBeQuiet™ is also 100 percent recyclable. With its inherently flexible modular format, WoodBeQuiet™ can be installed in a wide variety of methods for the ultimate in customized interiors.
Acoufelt is committed to delivering solutions that contribute to Making Quiet™ in working, learning, and living spaces. The Acoustic FWC™ Philosophy of delivering acoustic materials for all three surfaces – Floor, Wall and Ceiling – has resulted in a wide range of customer-centric innovative solutions designed to make spaces quiet. By engaging world class thought leadership in acoustics, Acoufelt eliminates compromise resulting in solutions designed for the ears as well as the eyes. Acoufelt products are distributed globally through a strategic partnership network, with North American headquarters located in Michigan and a national distribution network of representatives.