Acoustic tiles are capable of absorbing sound waves preventing them from bouncing off surfaces and thereby reducing annoying reverberation times found in some spaces.
Reverberation is when a sound stays around longer than normal, making it difficult to hear and properly understand messages. Explained in a more technical manner, “reverberation time ” is the time it takes for the sound to decay by 60 dB as received stood the sound emission source stops.
In order to fulfil its mission, acoustic tiles, also known as acoustic panels, must be located on the outside of any cladding, be it on walls or ceilings, so their finish and aspect are very important for a room’s visual aspect. Acoustic tiles must be efficient when used as part of the acoustic conditioning of a room and solve the problem of long reverberation times, but they must also contribute to give the space the look you want.
At Spigogroup, we manufacture wood acoustic tiles that, in addition to guaranteeing excellent results in acoustic absorption and mitigating reverberation, offer the aesthetic value of wood. The warmth and elegance of wood continues to be the preferred choice for auditoriums, concert halls, classrooms, culture centres, offices, hotels and any other space where you want a well thought out, quality décor. In addition, both Spigoacustic acoustic panels and those of the Spigotec family (for false ceilings) have dozens of wood finishes so you can choose the one that you like the most.
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