When it has to work as well as it looks, the Euroline collections make the decision easy.
June 4th, 2013
The Euroline joinery brand is synonymous with quality and uncompromised design aesthetics. Recognisig a need for quality architectural wall and ceiling panelling – that challenged a ‘one size fits all’ market attitude, the europanel product range of euroHush, euroBlade and euroSpline was born and validated with NATA accredited acoustic testing.
europanel’s acoustic innovations present an opportunity within the design industry to maximise the acoustic properties for any project while creating the most innovative design with an endless selection of materials to realise limitless creative visions.
The brand offers two revolutionary acoustic backing options. Where sound absorption is of particular importance, europanel use thin black non‐woven tissue material incorporated with insulation. This method achieves the greatest NRC rating as well as other important frequency level absorption.
Here, the non‐woven system helps to achieve the sensitive acoustic requirements for areas such as theatres, auditoriums and lecture rooms in line with the acoustic consultant specification.
The soundmesh panels can be backed with a thin fireproof acoustic lining fabric specifically designed for perforated or slotted panels with a heat reactive adhesive backing. This material is purposely crafted to replace traditional bulky materials, and has been engineered to maximise sound absorption.
europanel’s soundmesh acoustic backing is a smart material which breaks the soundwave down into small components, then traps and dissipates the soundwave within the space behind it.
With a service offering that is designed to manage the entire process – from design consultation through to installation and handover, the europanel products represent yet another quality offering synonymous with the Euroline brand and unmatched in the current market scape.
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