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Armourcoat Acoustic to create ‘quiet space’ at Surface Design Show

  • 11 Jan 2019

Armourcoat will be creating a ‘quiet space’ on its stand at next month’s Surface Design Show, as it looks to highlight the benefits of its acoustic plaster system.

The company will also feature among the main stage speakers and presentation to the 2019 Surface Design Award winners.

The Surface Design Show, held at Islington’s Business Design Centre, is a crucial trade event for sourcing products, gaining new insights and connecting with innovative and exciting materials such as Armourcoat Acoustic.

Armourcoat will feature on stand 102 at the show, which takes places from 5 – 7 February 2019.

The system comprises of a special mineral wool composite panel bonded onto the substrate and finished with a seamless layer, presenting an elegant marble-based plaster finish that allows sound energy to pass through the surface.

The Armourcoat stand will focus on creating a ‘quiet space’ at the show, using the new acoustic plaster system recently granted the Quiet Mark Award – the international mark of approval from the Noise Abatement Society Charitable Foundation.

Through its pioneering acoustic tests, Quiet Mark awards its distinctive Purple Q Mark to products and services that show excellence in low-noise and high-performance.

Poppy Szkiler, founder and MD of Quiet Mark, will be sharing seasoned insights as a third-generation noise reduction campaigner on the main stage on Wednesday 6 February at 5:40pm.

The Executive Producer of the critical-hit feature documentary ‘In Pursuit of Silence’, will discuss acoustic solutions for a noisy world.

Armourcoat is also supporting the 2019 Surface Design Awards, where it is sponsoring the ‘Sustainability’ category. 

Armourcoat Surface Finishes,
Morewood Close,
Sevenoaks,
Kent,
TN13 2HU,
UK,
Phone 01732 460668
Fax 01732 450930

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One comment on “Armourcoat Acoustic to create ‘quiet space’ at Surface Design Show

  • I believe quiet rooms are something of the future. Rooms that most offices and businesses should have. Out of curiosity does Armourcoat have a product for sound dampening floors as well? Sound waves penetrating floors is always a design challenge.

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