Features of a sound-absorbing panel
Sound-absorbing panels are a key element of indoor noise control. Garvan Acoustic, a fully Italian company, manufactures high-quality acoustic correction panels. For many reasons, the best option among those available are polyester fiber panels, which are made using recycled plastic bottles.
First, compared with rock wool and glass wool, polyester fiber does not release any fiber or dust, meaning it can be handled without the use of gloves and masks and does not irritate skin, eyes, and mucus membranes. Moreover, Garvan Acoustic panels have a 60 kg/m3 density, which provides for excellent sound-absorbing capacity.
These panels can be installed on walls, ceilings, and suspended ceilings, and are ideal for various applications, such as home cinemas, recording studios and restaurants. In a room used as a home cinema, for example, sound-absorbing panels can help reduce echoes and improve sound quality. In a recording studio, on the other hand, they can help create an acoustically controlled environment for recording and mixing music.
Using sound-absorbing panels made with the polyester fiber obtained from the recycling of plastic bottles is also an environmentally friendly choice, as it contributes to reducing pollution and preserving natural resources.
In conclusion, Garvan Acoustic’s sound-absorbing panels are an excellent choice for improving indoor acoustics. Due to their high density and the composition of the polyester fiber made from recycled plastic bottles, they provide excellent sound-absorption, are easy to handle, and are a sustainable choice.
I have always been passionate about music and cinema. I believe that sound can improve the quality of people’s lives, which is why at the age of 25 I founded Garvan Acoustic with Roberto Gaudenzi.