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  • Solid wood 3-strip
  • cutting geometry: 13mm web - 3mm slot) back with hole
  • Acoustic fleece rear lining (simultaneous trickle protection)
The acoustic room design


Whether a room is perceived as acoustically pleasant largely depends on the reverberation time. The reverberation time indicates the period of time that a sound event requires in order to be inaudible. Through the proper use of sound-absorbing materials, the room acoustics can be specifically tailored to the purpose of the room. Often, however, the design trends in modern architecture, such as open spaces, minimalist furnishings and vast glass and concrete surfaces, pose major challenges to designers and architects when it comes to pleasant room acoustics. Admonter Acoustics has a solution to offer!


By varying the overall construction height (distance to the ceiling and type of damping), acoustic properties matching the respective requirements can be created. In order to achieve the optimal auditory effect for the individual spatial situation, it is recommended to consult a designer with expert acoustic knowledge or an acoustician at an early stage.

  • Efficient and simple machining with conventional woodworking machines
  • Concealed, tool-free installation by means of the Admonter ACOUSTICs fastening system or
  • Direct fastening with clips or clinched nails through the MDF tongue
  • See the installation instructions Galleria for details
  • CE marking according to EN 13964
  • Profile: all-round groove for continuous installation
  • Reaction to fire according to EN 13501: D-s2, d0 for below types of wood
  • Sound absorption class according to EN 11654: A
  • Sound absorption coefficient W 1,00
  • Acoustically open area: 9%
  • Surface weight / Element: approximately 10 kg/m2
  • Texture: untreated or natural oiled
  • Free of pollutants and respirable fibres
  • Vapour diffusive
  • Ambient area: room temperature 10 - 30°C / humidity 25 - 65% / (short-term exceeding or undershooting possible)