Acoustic Panels

Acoustic panels reduce the reverberation or echo inside a given space. Ever been to a noisy restaurant and wondered why its so hard to hear? Too many reflective surfaces result in a long reverberation time, and it simply takes a long time for any noise to dissipate. Its easily solved, whether the problem occurs in a boardroom, cafe or exhibition space, acoustic panels will assist to reduce noise. 

Childcare acoustics, restaurant acoustics or gallery acoustics, are all spaces that are acoustic consultants become involved specifying quantities and exact location of panels.

Teachers in schools, diners in restaurants or worse, even in high level negotiations can be turned into a joke due to poor acoustics. With the current trend in modern architecture for large open spaces with sharp and clean surfaces, what is often neglected is absorptive finishes designed to make a space liveable. Concrete, glass and stainless steel create a very live space perfect for orchestral recitals not for board meetings or restaurant patrons. It is not too late to incorporate a suitable acoustic treatment, and acoustic panels into your premises enhancing not only the acoustic quality but also its visual appearance.

 We offer a range of finishes on our acoustic panels, with upholstered or steel facings for a more industrial look.
 Our acoustic panels can be mounted on either the wall or ceiling using the supplied tracking system. The acoustic panels are easy to install and can be either installed by our own installation team or by the client.


Our Range of Acoustic Panels Include

  • Q wall and Ceiling Panels – 32mm panels NRC >0.9
  • Super Sound Wall and Ceiling Panels – 55mm NRC >0.95
  • Powder Coated Perforated Steel wall or Ceiling Panels - 50mm NRC >0.8
  • Acoustic Studio Foam Tiles including Convoluted, Pyramid and Gable style
  • Acoustic Consultants get busy at Moby3143

    Another day and another call from a stunning cafe in one of Melbourne's most exclusive shopping enclaves, High St Armadale. Moby3143, while a new kid on the block offers old favorites with a twist, all good things, apart from the acoustics! No one wants to eat their chili eggs in a din of voices so much so you can't hear yourself think.Our acoustic consultants arranged a full plan of the location and area that required acoustic panels.   Read More...

  • Acoustic Panels Standout Result for Vaporetto

    Designing an acoustic solution for a high-end restaurants takes a keen eye for detail as well as a clear understanding of how patrons react in a given space. Too many acoustic panels or acoustic treatment renders an environment dull and patrons respond quietly, and once an upbeat environment can lose its vibe entirely. Too little treatment and why bother at all?Our acoustic consultants understand exactly what is required and when we were invited to Melbourne's trendy Venetian Eatery, Va...  Read More...

  • Acoustic Panels

    The excitement of experiencing an acoustically treated space never seems to diminish over time. Seeing the frustration of staff, patrons or guests attempting to communicate or work in a space that acoustically does not function is not uncommon. And when we are engaged to treat these environments with acoustic panels or acoustic curtains a transformation occurs.   Read More...

  • Acoustic Curtains & Sheers

    Acoustic sheers dramatically enhance acoustic properties of many environments from auditoriums, office spaces, restaurants and domestic applications, while retaining your view. The Syndal Baptist Auditorium presented a very common acoustic issue with a reverberation time that was too long. Worship, conversation and general noise was intrusive due to the echo produced, and effective communication was limited throughout the space.   Read More...

  • Studio Pod

    Our client came to us needing a solution to music rehearsal space to be built in a pre-existing facility in regional Victoria. Our client also wanted the option of moving the rehearsal space should the need arise. We installed one of our Studio PODS.   Read More...

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