Product description

The translucent AIR-board® acoustic quiet panel solves complex tasks. The sandwich element consisting of one micro-perforated translucent and one not perforated translucent outer layer and a colourless or coloured honeycomb core transmits up to 60% of the ambient light, is sound absorbing as well as sound insulating and is characterized by a very low weight with high rigidity. The panels are available with 3 different cores:
AIR-board® acoustic standard: 7 mm cell diameter

AIR-board® acoustic big: 12 mm cell diameter

AIR-board® acoustic chaos: 4, 7 und 12 mm cell diameter
Dim. 2.500 x 1.200 x 19 oder 25 mm
Favourite applications: free standing wall | wall covering/suspended ceiling | acoustic image by digital printing and light elements | customized application according to our statement design Your composite

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Concept

The pursuit of transparency must not contradict room acoustics. Design composites translucent thermoplastic AIR-board® acoustic panels can be efficiently, visually sophisticatedly and simply integrated into internal building designs. The translucent elements not only convince with noticeably improved room acoustics (reduced reverberation time and thus increased speech intelligibility) but also by their low weight, the many design possibilities and the ease of assembly.

The translucent sandwich elements consist of a transparent or coloured honeycomb core with micro-perforated facing sheets giving a high degree sound absorbance and impress with their unique optics and functionality. Whether stand-alone screens, coverage on or as a wall, suspended in the room or integrated in the furniture, as space-defining structure or as a mobile workspace enclosure, the elements are flexible and can be individually adapted to the respective room concept.

Translucency and light scattering effects enhance the unique properties such as fire resistance (UV PC difficult to ignite), light weight and high rigidity. Illuminated or backlit, creating interesting lighting effects through the transparent honeycomb core structure of the panels.