Spigogroup has launched a new catalogue of acoustic panels and tiles finished in melamine. Now, interior designers and decorators have more than 80 new alternatives from which to choose the finish of their acoustic panels and give their project the desired look.
Spigoacustic and Spigotec brand wood acoustic panels are acoustic tiles made with MDF or plywood, to make them lighter, with an added finish in melamine, natural wood, lacquer, HPL or through-dyed MDF. The finish chosen will determine the final appearance of the acoustic panels and walls and acoustic ceilings.
Melamine is one of the most popular materials for finishes. Melamine is an organic compound which combines with formaldehyde to produce melamine resin, a synthetic polymer which is fire resistant and heat tolerant. This resin is used to manufacture of melamine chipboard panels and the thin decorative surface layers used to finish them them. Melamine contributes certain features to acoustic panels, including resistance to alkalis, high softening temperature, heat stability and high heat and fire resistance, while providing a high degree of sound absorption and being insoluble in common solvents.
In addition to these advantages, the new catalogue now offers and even wider range of options in acoustic panels and tiles finished in melamine. It includes new hardwood hues that are almost impossible to achieve in a natural way, finishes that imitate marble, slate, granite, and even some options that imitate concrete and metal.
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