interior Published by Pruvost, Sunday, May 21st 2017, 14:16:37 PM.
Acoustical ceiling tiles are a solution for those who are planning a room that can drown out the noise. Acoustical ceiling is a ceiling that is resistant to certain noise threshold. Acoustical ceiling tile is available in two sizes, 60 cm x 60 cm and 60 cm x 120 cm. Acoustical ceiling can be fitted with a frame of wood or metal materials manufacturers who already finished.
Acoustical ceiling tiles are generally used in large public areas for a various purposes. These are a good choice for a music room to muffle sound. Cinemas, concert halls, and churches use it to create the feel of a more enjoyable listening experience. Besides, these ceiling tiles also appropriate to be use in schools and office buildings in aims to eliminate outdoor noise like the sound of traffic. In this place people are trying to concentrate and will be disturbed by the noise of others in the adjacent room.
Material and Element of Acoustical Ceiling TilesAcoustical ceiling tiles can be said to be good if it is made of spun mineral fiber or fiberglass mixed with flour. While acoustical ceiling tiles is bad to say if it is made of wood fiber. It is because, usually, the wood fiber is not good when used in humid conditions. Generally, these ceiling tiles are made with white color finishing. However, acoustical ceiling tiles are now available in gray, blue and beige.
Acoustical ceiling tiles have the Micro Perforated Panel (MPP) which is an element of a new type of sound energy absorber. Its main function is to absorb sound energy that comes to the surface. The acoustic element is an alternative sound absorbing element that made of porous material. MPP is shaped in thin sheet that has small holes in the surface. Thickness and acoustic brands have different levels of protection different sound.
Description: Acoustical ceiling tiles are ceiling tiles that are designed specifically for large public areas. It has the Micro Perforated Panel, an absorber element.
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