Anyone who doubts the advantages of acoustic panels for dining rooms has never entered a large room during a full meal service. The sound experience, with a full dining room, can become very annoying.
In any dining room in a bar, coffee shop or restaurant, acoustic problems can surface, mainly because of uncontrolled reverberation that produces echoes and sound reminiscences that make conversations unintelligible. But when we talk about large dining rooms the need to install acoustic panels for acoustic conditioning is still more evident. If your doubts linger, visit the dining room of a college or university at lunch time, or remember the hotel buffet dining room where you spent your summer holidays, and try to remember your acoustics.
Today we bring a recent work, just a few months old. It is a good example of the use of acoustic panels for dining rooms. This is the work of acoustic conditioning of the dining room of the Guipuzcoa company Danobat.
We supplied 540 panels measuring 1200 x 300 cm (about 200 m²) of Spigoacustic wood panelling for walls and columns in the dining room. Spigoacustic 28 -16 -32 acoustic panels were chosen. They are 16 mm thick, finished in white melamine, and manufactured on B-s1, d0 fire-retardant MDF with 4-sided dovetailed machining and veil.
The dining room already had wood slats on the ceiling, such as those manufactured by Spigoline, which together with the Spigoacustic acoustic panels for dining rooms provide warmth and elegance.
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