PanelHush PET Grids, a high sound-absorbing panel product, is designed to lessen echo and reverberation in areas with hard surfaces. The PanelHush PET Acoustic Grids’ ability to reduce echo and reverberation improves the environment.
Our PET Baffle designs serve as a sound-absorbing ceiling baffle to reduce echo and reverberation in the workplace. The baffles are suspended from the ceiling using our suspension kits.
PanelHush PET core material is a compressed polyester panel made with post-consumer recycled polyester from plastic bottles. The Baffle series has been constructed with a highly specific density to provide the best acoustic performance. The panels are made from standard 2400 x 1200 mm sheets and are available in 17 different colours and two different thicknesses, 12 and 24 mm.
With our PanelHush PET Ceiling Grids, you can easily design your office or personal space anyway you like. We have the ideal colour and shape for you among our 17 Standard colours and 14 unique form designs, whether it’s for an office space or a play area. With the PanelHush PET, any space gains. Installation kits for our suspension systems are provided.
EN 13501-1:2007+A1:2009 tests were conducted on the core of the PanelHush PET Acoustic Ceiling Grids. Construction product and building element fire classification—Part 1: Classification based on results from reaction to fire tests, Class B
Cleaning is easy, and any light smudges may be taken off with a damp towel. To make sure the surface is not negatively impacted, a small portion should be checked before the region as a whole.
The key benefits of PanelHush PET Acoustic Ceiling Grids
• Environmentally friendly
• Noise-free working and social environments
• Excellent sound absorption, echo, noise reduction
• Customisable and creative designs
• Moisture-proof properties and weather-resistant durability
• Easy to clean
• Lightweight material with diverse useful implications
• Heat insulations properties for a controlled indoor environment
• Quick UK delivery
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