09 51 13 Acoustical Panel Ceilings

09 51 13 Acoustical Panel Ceilings

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Acoustical Panel Ceilings


Acoustical Panel Ceilings


Download this free 3-part specification to unVerb acoustical panel ceilings made from PET fibers by Genesis Products.


Acoustical panel ceilings made of non-woven PET fibers are a type of acoustic panel reduces noise and improve sound quality in a room. PET stands for polyethylene terephthalate. A type of plastic that is commonly used in the production of fibers, films, and other materials.


Non-woven PET fiber acoustic panels are made by bonding the fibers together using heat, pressure, or adhesives. The resulting material is lightweight, durable, and easy to work with. These panels come in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes.  Used in a range of applications, including commercial buildings, schools, and residential homes.


One of the advantages of using non-woven PET fiber acoustic panels is that they are made from recycled materials.  Such as plastic bottles, and are themselves recyclable at the end of their useful life. Additionally, they are low-emitting and can contribute to improved indoor air quality.  Making them a sustainable and environmentally friendly option for acoustic panel ceilings.


What is an acoustical panel ceiling?

A type of ceiling tile that is designed to absorb sound and improve the acoustic performance of a room. These panels are typically made from materials such as mineral fiber, fiberglass, or foam.  Available in a wide range of sizes, shapes, and finishes to suit different applications and aesthetic preferences.


Acoustical ceiling panels are commonly used in commercial and institutional buildings.  Such as offices, schools, hospitals, and theaters, where noise reduction and improved speech intelligibility are important. They can help to reduce reverberation, control sound reflections, and minimize the transmission of sound between different spaces.


Acoustical ceiling panels are installed in a variety of ways.  Depending on the specific application and the type of panel being used. Some panels will be glued or mechanically fastened directly to the ceiling surface.  While others are suspended from a grid system using wires or other hardware. Some panels may also incorporate lighting fixtures, air diffusers, or other features for added functionality.


For assistance in the use of products in this section, contact Genesis Products by calling 877-266-8292 or visit their website at www.qweltiles.com.


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