Fabric Acoustic Panels can be used as Acoustic Wall panels or Acoustic Ceiling panels
Fabric Acoustic Panels are manufactured by Sontext in Australia under the ‘Serenity’ brand. Serenity panels are designed to provide excellent sound absorption while enhancing the décor of any room. The designer has the freedom to choose a stylish screen fabric wrapping from the huge variety available on the market.
Hard surfaces, like glass or masonry can cause problems with reflected sound. For example, your problem project could be a noisy restaurant where people cannot hear each other clearly or a hall that just has too much echo. Projects with these problems need Acoustic Panels to improve sound quality and ensure the comfort of occupants.
Serenity Panels have been designed and tested in certified acoustic laboratories, so the sound absorption profiles for each panel thickness are quite predictable. The result is a range of products that will improve the acoustic performance of any public space.
Serenity Fabric Acoustic Panels installed in Cafeteria
Here Serenity Wall Panels were installed in the noisy cafeteria at Deakin University in Victoria, Australia. The client required a product that would enhance the existing décor but also reduce unwanted reverberation. They chose Serenity Acoustic Panelling.
Serenity Fabric Acoustic Ceiling Panels
Interior spaces may be difficult to utilise fully simply because:
- Noise levels may be unacceptably high, or
- Reverberation causes speech, music etc to be hard to hear clearly or is distorted.
Serenity Acoustic Panels can be used for both wall and ceiling applications giving designers the freedom to create a space that is both visually appealing, and quiet. The simplest and cheapest way to reduce reflected sound or reverberation is to install sound absorbing panels, like Serenity fabric panels, to the walls. However when the available wall area is not sufficient, installation to the ceiling is a viable option. Serenity Ceiling Panels can result in a significant reduction in unwanted noise if they are installed either as a suspended feature or by direct fixing them to the ceiling.
Up to 100% of noise at specific frequencies can be absorbed by utilising the thicker Serenity Panels or by incorporating an air gap between the panels and the ceiling.
Green Star Rated by EcoSpecifier
Including Serenity acoustic panels in your project can assist in achieving Green Star rating points. Serenity Acoustic Panels have recently been assessed by Ecospecifier.