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Colourful Heradesign wood wool acoustic insulation from Potter Interior Systems is cost-effective, sustainable option
Large, open-plan spaces, hard floors and lots of people – it may seem like a recipe for amplified noise, but with the right acoustic insulation such spaces can be both comfortable and aesthetically pleasing.
Heradesign acoustic wood wool panels for walls and ceilings provide a cost-effective solution for noise control. The panels, which are supplied by Potter Interior Systems, have a fine or superfine textured surface, and can be painted. This means they can be integrated into the design of a building, either as a special feature, or a neutral backdrop.
Potter Interior Systems says this design flexibility is one of the key benefits of the panels – they can be coloured to match corporate branding, create a particular mood, or enliven a public space.
The panels are available with different ratings for varying acoustic performance requirements. And they can be installed in different ways – direct fixed, wall mounted, or as suspended ceilings, ceiling rafts or ceiling baffles.
Heradesign acoustic wood wool panels are also a natural, eco-friendly option. Manufactured in Austria from sustainable, PEFC-certified timber, pure magnesite and water, the panels are emission free and use photocatalytic colour that actively reduces organic air pollutants under light.
Potter Interior Systems says the panels have additional benefits, including an excellent fire rating and high impact resistance.
For details, contact Potter Interior Systems, phone 0800 POTTERS. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website:www.potters.co.nz
First published date: 11 December 2015