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8 August 2018

Perforation Density Befitting the Requirements

The fact that every single panel can have a different design enables the planner to adapt the density of the perforation pattern as befts the function of any given location within a room. This means that it is possible, for example, to have a pattern with a more open surface where there are air intakes, and less transparency in other areas of the room.

Location: Coventry, UK Name of Project: Dining Room, University of Warwick Product Category: Room Acoustics Material: MDF 19mm Perforation: Customised Design Colour: RAL 9016 Architect /Planner: Associated Architects, Brimingham.

The main interior applications include room dividers and wall cladding, stair railings and room acoustics.
We supply customized panels for back-ventilated facades, perforated facades, balcony balustrades and even complete balcony acoustics solutions.
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