Sometimes, removable ceilings and accessible ceilings have circular holes for acoustic absorption
If you look around you, you may discover removable ceilings and accessible ceilings in offices, auditoriums, public buildings and other areas for common use in many types of buildings. The reason for these circular holes in the wood panels that make up some removable ceilings or accessible ceilings is the acoustic absorption necessary for suitable acoustic conditioning of rooms. Or what is the same, thanks to these holes in some removable ceilings and accessible ceilings part of the room sound is absorbed and the acoustic reverberation experienced in some rooms is controlled. This improves the room’s acoustics and allows messages and conversations inside these spaces to be more intelligible.
Then, as you can see, it is clear that removable ceilings and accessible ceilings are very useful but are all removable ceilings or accessible ceilings of this type the same? Actually, they are not. The different models of wood panels with circular perforations vary in percentage of perforated surface, each with its own level of acoustic absorption.
These are the most common models of removable ceilings and accessible ceilings , available in various finishes —lacquer, melamine or natural wood:
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