The Avalanche Acoustic Divider

The Avalanche Acoustic Divider

Every space you design is unique, therefore, every element—from floor to ceiling—should be tailored to fit. The "Avalanche" acoustic dividers fall elegantly from the ceiling to the floor. Lightweight, semi-ridged, decorative acoustic panels manufactured with a solid colour throughout.

They are typically used to improve both the creativity and acoustic performance of interior spaces. Avalanche screens help to improve user privacy and layout of open offices while retaining free flowing workspaces and ease of communication.

The Avalanche Panels have been manufactured using 65% post-consumer recycled fibres and are 100% recyclable. The recycled PET fibres are predominantly sourced from bottles and other recyclable PET consumables. Panels are made by compressing fire retardant oil-free PET fibres which go through a spinning, punching and baking process. We have identified the perfect density that offers a great balance between acoustic performance and rigidity.

Features and Benefits

  • 2.8m long panels for joint free floor to ceiling coverage
  • Available in a range of neutral and bright colours
  • Easily fabricated and installed
  • Digitally printable
  • Impact resistant
  • Lightweight and easy to hang
  • Safe, non-toxic and non-irritant
  • Manufactured under ISO 9001
  • Long lasting and hard-wearing

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Moving Designs Limited

Moving Designs Limited

Suppliers of Acoustic Movable Walls, Sliding Folding Partitions and Sound Masking Systems

Moving Designs boast an impressive 30 years’ experience in providing movable walls, sliding folding partitions and glass partitions across the UK....
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