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Find out All about Sound Insulation Panels

Apr. 08, 2021

Spotlight on the best way to use sound insulation panels. Soundproof panels have become increasingly popular since their appearance in the workplace a few years ago. Whether in restaurants, reception halls or (more frequently) in offices, sound insulation panels are designed to combat noise pollution. They are often used in noisy areas and can reduce, correct or absorb noise pollution. A wide range of finishes can be used: shapes, fixings, colours, sizes, etc. Whether mounted on walls, suspended or fixed to ceilings, their main purpose is to reduce sound levels. But they can also bring some style to the workspace.


The main purpose of acoustic panels is to eliminate residual sound in any space. When installed correctly in a room, acoustic panels absorb or diffuse sound from the first point of reflection.

The effectiveness of sound insulation panels means that you can use less sound and thus do not run the risk of areas and spaces becoming too cluttered.

Acoustic Panels

Short on wall space?

Acoustic panels are the ideal solution if you’re short on wall space.


Many offices and restaurants that we visit have a strong brand image which is often reflected in the wall décor that is chosen. The last thing they want is unattractive panels being placed on the walls.

Acoustic panels are fantastic because you don’t need to cover a whole wall space to acoustically solve the noise complaint. Our experts will identify the first point of reflection, which will inform them on the best location to place the wall panel.


What’s more, our panels have been developed with design in mind. We pride ourselves on delivering a strong, visual impact, incorporating your brand’s image within our design process.

In which situations should an acoustic panel be used?

Correcting the acoustics of a room has the main benefit of improving the well-being and acoustic comfort of its occupants. Acoustic panels are used when the echo or sound resonance of a room is too strong. This can be due to the materials used in the construction of the building (glass, concrete or metal) or simply because the decoration is too minimalist.


Echoing sound can often give the impression that there is an unpleasant background noise. Due to the increase in the volume of the sound. Rooms with an excessively high resonance result in an irrevocable loss of intelligibility, which leads to tiredness and lack of concentration for their occupants.


Regardless of the space concerned, acoustic treatment is effective immediately if it is carried out properly (following a correct assessment). Please feel free to contact us for more information.

Materials used

Acoustic panels can perform different roles in addition to acoustic treatment. They can be used to give better structure to spaces or simply as decoration.

An acoustic panel is typically composed of:

An absorbent foam for acoustic purposes

A single-colour or printed fabric cover

What does acoustic panels do ?

Depending on how they are installed, acoustic panels can perform various roles:


Absorbing sound

Reducing sound pollution

Acoustic correction

The configuration will vary depending on requirements. Acoustic panels will be installed differently in a meeting room compared with in an open-space office, for example. Depending on the source of the noise pollution and the configuration of the space, acoustic panels can be placed in various locations.