Rok acoustic range launched to work with key trends for 2021
If you are keen to keep your project looking as organic and natural as possible with minimal fabrics and wall finishes, there is a good chance that the noise reverberation may be an issue. The Soundtect team have frequently come across projects where the ‘undone’ finish, once inhabited, has created a real acoustic issue so have cleverly developed a solution, by creating organic looking but highly absorbent panels with its new Freestyle Rok range.
Superbly detailed, these printed sheets create hyper-realistic stone effects to complement their already sought after and popular Timba range which has striking wood grain patterns printed, even the ends and edges and is a great lightweight alternative to heavy wood.
This beautifully executed printed technique has a great quality, providing a highly deceptive finish, perfect for reducing reverberation whilst still keeping designs looking natural.
Superior sound absorption from up to 70% recycled material
The highly efficient acoustic felt panels are not only lightweight and quick to install, but are also sustainable, up to 70% recycled material of post-consumer content. In fact, each sound-absorbing panel is actually a third-generation product that began life as a plastic bottle, which has been recycled into exhibition carpets and then recycled again into the architecturally inspired, acoustic panels that Soundtect is synonymous for.
The Soundtect acoustic technology achieves a finely tuned reverberation and sound control rating of NRC 0.35 at 10mm board thickness and NRC 0.65 at 20mm.
Safe and sound absorber solution for commercial environments.
The contemporary designs are suited to a wide range of commercial applications that wish to improve a room’s acoustics and absorb any unwanted sound reverberation.
Whether a project requires a standout feature wall or needs acoustic panels to complement the existing aesthetics of a buildings’ interior, Soundtect can create bespoke designs for any eco-conscious project. The Freestyle range boasts an EN13501, Bs1d0 fire rating.
If your next project is looking to achieve a high level of sound absorption, sustainability and style, whilst retaining a natural feel, discover the new Freestyle Rok range.