POLYESTER FIBER ACOUSTIC PANELS

Gypsonite Polyester Fiber Acoustic Panels are high-quality sound-absorbing panels designed to improve acoustics in various spaces.

POLYESTER FIBER ACOUSTIC PANELS

Gypsonite Polyester Fiber Acoustic Panels are high-quality sound-absorbing panels designed to improve acoustics in various spaces. Made from flame-retardant polyester fiber material, these panels offer exceptional sound absorption properties while providing an aesthetically pleasing finish. With a noise reduction coefficient (NRC) of 0.75 to 0.80, these panels effectively reduce noise levels, creating a more comfortable environment for various applications.

Size: 2400 mm (Length) x 1200 mm (Width) x 9 mm (Thickness)

Material: Flame-retardant Polyester Fiber

Brand: Gypsonite

Standards: Compliant with industry standards in India

Key Features:

  • Excellent sound absorption properties (NRC 0.75 to 0.80)
  • Flame-retardant fibers ensure enhanced safety
  • Lightweight and durable construction
  • Standard size of 2400 mm x 1200 mm x 9 mm
  • GSM (Grams per Square Meter): 1850
  • Weight: 5 kg
  • Suitable for a wide range of applications
  • Compliant with industry standards in India
  • Dust-proof surface for easy maintenance
  • Dermatologically safe material, suitable for various environments
  • Contributes to a healthy indoor environment

Comparison with Other Panel Types

(1)  Sound Absorption:

  • Gypsonite Polyester Fiber Acoustic Panels: NRC 0.75 to 0.80, offering excellent sound absorption capabilities.
  • Rockwool Panels: NRC typically ranges from 0.85 to 1.00, providing high levels of sound absorption.
  • Glasswool Panels: NRC ranges from 0.75 to 0.95, offering good sound absorption properties.
  • Woodwool Panels: NRC varies depending on density and thickness, typically ranging from 0.45 to 0.70, providing moderate sound absorption.

 

(2)  Fire Resistance:

  • Gypsonite Polyester Fiber Acoustic Panels: Classified as B1 fire resistant.
  • Rockwool Panels: Excellent fire resistance due to the non-combustible nature of mineral wool.
  • Glasswool Panels: Fire-resistant properties due to the non-combustible nature of glass fibers.
  • Woodwool Panels: Typically, not as fire-resistant as mineral or glass wool panels.

 

(3) Dust Proofing:

  • Gypsonite Polyester Fiber Acoustic Panels: Dust-proof surface, maintaining cleanliness and reducing maintenance efforts.
  • Rockwool Panels: May generate dust over time, requiring periodic cleaning and maintenance.
  • Glasswool Panels: May generate dust particles, necessitating regular cleaning to maintain air quality.
  • Woodwool Panels: Generally, more prone to dust accumulation compared to synthetic fiber panels.

 

(4)  Dermatological Safety:

  • Gypsonite Polyester Fiber Acoustic Panels: Dermatologically safe material, suitable for installation in various environments without causing skin irritation.
  • Rockwool Panels: May cause skin irritation due to the presence of mineral fibers, requiring protective gear during installation.
  • Glasswool Panels: Similar to rockwool, glass fibers may irritate the skin, necessitating precautions during handling.
  • Woodwool Panels: Generally considered safe but may cause splinters during handling if not properly sealed.

 

Health Benefits:

  • Gypsonite Polyester Fiber Acoustic Panels: Provide a healthy indoor environment by reducing noise pollution and promoting better acoustics without compromising air quality.
  • Rockwool Panels: Contribute to improved indoor air quality by absorbing harmful pollutants and allergens.
  • Glasswool Panels: Enhance indoor air quality by reducing airborne pollutants and allergens through sound absorption.
  • Woodwool Panels: Natural and eco-friendly option with minimal impact on indoor air quality, but may not offer as high sound absorption as synthetic fiber panels.

 

Installation Method:

  • Surface Preparation: Ensure that the surface where the panels will be installed is clean, dry, and free from any dust or debris.
  • Adhesive Application: Apply a suitable adhesive to the back of the panels in a grid pattern or as per the manufacturer’s recommendations.
  • Panel Placement: Carefully place each panel onto the prepared surface, ensuring proper alignment and spacing between panels.
  • Pressing and Securing: Use a roller to firmly press the panels onto the surface, ensuring good adhesion. Secure the panels in place using appropriate fasteners if required.
  • Finishing: Trim any excess material and ensure that all panels are securely installed and aligned properly.

 

Applications:

  • Auditoriums, Conference rooms, recording studios, home theaters, Offices, Restaurants, Educational institutions, any space requiring improved acoustics.

 

Customization Options:

  • Size: Custom sizes available upon request
  • Color: Choose from a wide range of colors and finishes to match your design aesthetic
  • Thickness: Panels available in various thicknesses to suit specific acoustic requirements
  • Fire Rating: B1 fire resistant