Round-hole perforated acoustic panels are some of the most commonly used when performing the acoustic conditioning of a room.

Acoustic panels are able to absorb sound, so they are perfect when it comes to controlling reverberation in a room. Put simply, this is how they work: acoustic tiles have a number of perforations on their surface that allow sound to pass through to a black 0.25 mm sound-absorbent veil. Depending on the percentage of the panel surface that is perforated, the panel absorbs more or less sound. Finally, we only need to choose the panel that has the sound absorption capacity we need to balance out noise effects, such as reverberation.

Spigotec’s catalog features twelve models of acoustic panels with round-hole perforations ranging from the LEO 64 model with 1.20% of its surface perforated and sound absorption αw=0.208 (NRC 0.55) to the LEO 16 model with 11.10 % of its surface perforated and sound absorption αw=0.50 (NRC 0.60 | SAA 0.58). All can be used with melamine, natural wood, lacquered or HPL finishes, on standard, fire-retardant or water-repellent MDF supports. Installation is very simple and can be done with exposed profile, fineline T15, semi-exposed T15/T24 or concealed T24 systems for ceilings, and dovetailed or Omega+Grapa profile systems for walls.

 

SEE MODELS

 

Piscis Par

 

Piscis 64 Cruz

 

Piscis 16

 

Piscis 32

 

Piscis 25

 

Leo 16

 

Leo Salt

 

Leo Par

 

Leo Banda

 

Leo Banda 16

 

Leo 64

 

Leo 32

 

 

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