Acoustic fabric panels are a great solution for sound absorption and noise control for many different types of rooms.

The panels are for use in public or private spaces, and there are different types depending on your requirements. Panels that absorb sound, barrier and absorber panels with a mass vinyl sound barrier septum, high impact panels and tackable panels. They can even have custom artwork on the face.

Our fabric covered acoustic panels are a great solution for sound absorption and noise control. They come in a wide range of sizes, from 12″ x 12″ to 4′ x 8′ and every size in-between.




It goes without saying that factories and manufacturing plants can be noisy places when machinery is in operation and production lines are in full flow. Employers have a duty of care to ensure that employees aren’t exposed to excessive levels of noise.



If you own a facility that uses commercial air conditioning, you probably already understand the need for commercial soundproofing. Commercial air conditioners make a tremendous amount of noise.



Scientific studies on the effect that noise has on the ability of pupils to learn have time and time again shown that pupils taught in rooms with quiet rooms with good acoustics learn and behave better than noisy rooms with poor acoustics.


Excessive noise and reverberation in gymnasiums and multipurpose rooms have the same negative effect on learning as a typical classroom. Noisy, reverberant rooms are not conducive to a good learning environment.


As much as our cars might help us to get from point A to point B. It goes without saying that the overall journey would be rather a very bad one if your car is making a lot of noise. Be it the big engine of your car. Or wind noise creeping through the windows.


We receive a lot of calls and E-mails from people that experience a significant amount of sound transmission from one office to another. It seems to be a problem that haunts thousands of office buildings across the country. Very commonly, people ask how to treat the common wall which is not always the problem.