FOCUS ON: CEILINGS, PARTITIONS AND RAISED FLOORS
In cases where it is awkward or impossible to mount sound absorbers on the ceiling - because of rooflights or an atrium, for example - Ecophon has created Wall Panel. Made from high-density glass wool, the ceiling panel can be used in classrooms, sports halls or conference rooms to reduce the risk of flutter echo. It can also be used in conjunction with a sound-absorbing ceiling for total sound control.
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