Acoustical Wall Panels

Acoustical Wall Paneling System

Thickness: 69mm

Density: 10mm Thick @ 200kg/m3 y

Fire Rating: Class A Fire Rating As Per ASTM E 84

Thermal Conductivity: 0.034w/mk

Acoustic Management: 0.80 Nrc.

The Ultimate Guide to Acoustical Wall Panelling

The G.I. frame of thickness 0.50 consists of a GI metal stud frame of size 50mm having one flange of 41mm and another of 44mm placed @ every 600 mm c/c in the vertical direction. These studs are placed at floor and ceiling channels of 76 mm in width and 0.50 mm thick and have equal flanges of 32 mm. The floor and ceiling channels are fixed to floor and soffit using fasteners at every 600mm c/c. A horizontal frame section is placed at every 600 or 1200mm c/c. The Polyester Wadding of thickness 50mm and density 48Kg/m3 is fixed in between the studs enacted with the chicken mess. One layer of 9mm perforated waterproof composite flour board is screwed on the outer side. These boards are joined using “type S” Self tapping SS W 25 / 3.5 x 25mm corrosion-resistant drywall steel screws spaced at 200mm centers on all joints and 300mm centers in the field of boards. Screw fixing is done mechanically. These boards are perforated on-site or CNC ensuring min. 50% area is perforated.

Finally 9mm thick Polyester fiber acoustic panels are pasted on top of MDF board (using any acrylic adhesive such as fevicol SR998 or hot melt adhesive) of the board as per the architect’s design. The entire system should be eco-friendly, 100% recyclable & toxic-free.

Frequently Asked Questions – Acoustical Wall Panelling

What is an acoustic panel wall?

An acoustic panel wall is a type of wall that is designed to absorb sound waves and reduce the amount of noise that travels through it. Acoustical wall panels are typically made from materials that have sound-absorbing properties, such as foam, fiberglass, or rock wool. These materials work by trapping sound waves as they pass through the panel, reducing their energy and preventing them from reflecting back into the room.
 
Acoustical Wall Panelling can be used in a variety of settings, such as recording studios, home theaters, conference rooms, and classrooms, to help create a more comfortable and productive environment by reducing the amount of noise and echoes in the room. They can be installed on existing walls or built as a standalone partition, and come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors to suit different needs and design preferences.

What is the cost/ price of acoustical wall panels?

The cost of acoustical wall panels can vary widely depending on a number of factors, such as the size and thickness of the panels, the type of material they are made from, the installation method, and the quantity needed for the project.
 
On average, a standard-sized (24″ x 48″) acoustic panel made from fiberglass or mineral wool can cost anywhere from (Mention Lowest Price) to (Mention Highest Price) per panel. More premium materials such as wood or fabric-wrapped panels can cost upwards of (Mention Minimum Price) per panel. The cost can also increase if custom sizes or shapes are required.
 
Installation costs can also vary depending on the complexity of the installation and whether it is being done by a professional or as a DIY project. Some panels can be mounted directly onto walls using adhesive, while others may require special brackets or hardware for installation. It’s important to note that the cost of Acoustical Wall Panelling should be viewed as an investment in creating a more comfortable and productive environment, and can provide long-term benefits in terms of improved sound quality and reduced noise levels.

Can wall Panelling reduce noise?

Yes, wall paneling can help to reduce noise in a room. Wall panels made from sound-absorbing materials can absorb sound waves and reduce the amount of noise that is reflected back into the room. This can result in a quieter and more comfortable environment, with less echo and reverberation.
 
There are many different types of Acoustical Wall Panelling that can be used for soundproofing, such as acoustic panels made from materials like fiberglass, rock wool, or foam. These materials are designed to trap sound waves as they pass through the panel, reducing their energy and preventing them from bouncing back into the room.
 
It’s important to note that the effectiveness of wall paneling in reducing noise will depend on the quality of the material used, as well as the thickness and density of the panels. Additionally, the installation of the panels is also critical for achieving the desired level of soundproofing. A professional installation can help to ensure that the panels are properly positioned and sealed to provide maximum noise reduction.