The use of wood sound-absorbing materials is widespread in the world of construction and acoustic conditioning. Wood offers natural sound-absorbing properties, capturing the sound thanks to its porous structure, but it also has a special aesthetic value. Wood connects us to our origins in nature and conveys sensations of comfort, warmth and protection; in short, of being at home.
Today, there is a wide range of sound-absorbing products made with wood. They are normally used for acoustic conditioning purposes in rooms where reverberation control is required to provide good acoustics.
Sound-absorbing panels can be found the following formats:
- Perforated acoustic panels for ceilings and walls such as those of the Spigotec brand.
- Perforated and slotted acoustic panels such as those of the Spigoacustic brand.
- Grilles made with wood slats on perforated panels such as those of the Spigoline brand acoustic system.
- Acoustic pictures for walls, or sound-absorbent islands for acoustic ceilings, such as those of the Spigoart brand.
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