Absorber panels developed to reduce reverberation noise

  • 28 May 2015

Reverberation noise is especially common in large open spaces within buildings where there are hard surfaces; for example schools, hospitals, offices and churches. It can be reduced with the use of adding absorption panels to the areas which are having reverberation issues.

Sound waves bounce and reverberate against hard surfaces creating noisy environments.

By arranging a site visit, a Hush Acoustics specialist can calculate the reverbation issue and determine the amount of absorption required. Hush Acoustics Absorber Panels for Ceilings and Walls can then be installed to reduce reverberation noise.

The sound proofing specialists offer guidance on the installation of acoustic solutions.

In addition, Hush Acoustics also provide a consultancy service outling practical, economical and environmentally friendly ways to minimise noise levels within all environments.

Hush Acoustics,
44 Canal Street,
South Sefton,
Liverpool,
Merseyside,
United Kingdom,
L20 8QU

Phone: 0151 933 2026
Fax: 0151 944 1146

Visit Hush Acoustics' website

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