Sound absorbers from Glimakra of Sweden are effective in reducing noise and creating a pleasant sound environment. They are used in various environments such as offices, schools and public buildings to reduce reverberation, improve sound quality and increase productivity. Benefits include noise reduction, improved sound quality, increased productivity and aesthetically pleasing design. Different types of sound absorbers such as acoustic panels, ceiling-mounted, and screens offer customisable solutions to meet different needs. With our products, you can create a quieter and more pleasant environment for a better everyday life.
What is a sound absorber?
A sound absorber is a product used to reduce and control sound levels in an environment. By absorbing sound waves, they reduce the reverberation and reflection of sound, which in turn reduces noise levels. Sound absorbers are constructed from materials with high absorption capacity, which allows them to absorb sound waves and convert them into thermal energy.
When are sound absorbers used?
A sound absorber is a product used to reduce and control sound levels in an environment. By absorbing sound waves, they reduce the reverberation and reflection of sound, which in turn reduces noise levels. Constructed from materials with high absorption capacity, which allows them to absorb sound waves and convert them into thermal energy.
The benefits of sound absorbers:
- Noise reduction: One of the most obvious benefits of sound absorbers is their ability to reduce noise. By absorbing sound waves, they reduce reverberation and create a quieter as well as more pleasant environment.
- Improved sound quality: Sound absorbers also improve sound quality by reducing echoes as well as unwanted sound reflections. This allows people to communicate more clearly as well as perceive sounds more accurately.
- Increased productivity: By reducing background noise and creating a quieter working environment, sound absorbers can improve concentration as well as the productivity of people working or studying.
Aesthetically pleasing: Sound absorbers are available in different colours, shapes and patterns, allowing them to be integrated into the interior design in an aesthetically pleasing way. They can be used as decorative elements while serving their purpose of reducing noise.
Different types of sound absorbers
Acoustic panels: Acoustic panels, also known as wall absorbers, are usually made of sound-absorbing materials such as mineral wool or acoustic foam. They can be mounted on walls or ceilings and are available in different thicknesses and patterns.
Ceiling-mounted sound absorbers: Ceiling-mounted sound absorbers are used to reduce sound reflections in rooms with high ceilings. They can be vertical or horizontal and placed at different heights to optimise sound absorption.
Sound-absorbing screens: These are used to reduce sound propagation and reflection in, for example, office workplaces or meeting rooms. The screens can be free-standing or attached to the desk and are often made of materials such as textiles or sound-absorbing foam..