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dB Acoustic Panels for Ceilings and Walls

dB Acoustic Panels for Ceilings and Walls

dB Acoustic Panels are decorative ceiling and wall acoustic panels manufactured from high quality sound absorbing foam covered with an attractive acoustically transparent fabric.

They are designed primarily to reduce reverberant noise by improving acoustic absorption within the area being treated. When installed directly below the roof space, they will also improve the thermal insulation of a building. dB Absorption panels can be directly bonded to both horizontal and vertical surfaces providing the receiving substrate is in suitably good condition. dB Absorbers are an extremely effective, economic alternative to a full suspended acoustic ceiling and can be installed to create a feature within a room to enhance the interior design.

dB Absorption Panel Features

  • Absorbs high levels of reflected noise across a broad frequency spectrum
  • Available in a selection of different colours and fabrics
  • Class 1 and Class 0 fire resistant fabrics
  • 25mm and 50mm thicknesses
  • Light weight yet robust
  • Fast and easy installation

dB Absorption Panel Applications

  • Schools
  • Multi-purpose halls
  • Sports halls
  • Gymnasia
  • Restaurants and canteens
  • High traffic public areas
  • Conference centres
  • Reception areas
  • Recording studios
  • Public entertainment facilities e.g. cinemas, theatres, auditoria.

Recent Projects for dB Absorption Panels

  • National Indoor Arena – Blanchardstown
  • Loch Gowna Community Multi-Purpose Hall
  • Canteen & Foyer for Gheel Autism Services
  • Teleconferencing Room for Technology Company in Dublin City


Acoustic Performance of dBAbsorption Panels

Thickness 125Hz 250Hz 500Hz 1000Hz 2000Hz 4000Hz
25mm 0.05 0.27 0.68 0.89 1.00 0.94
50mm 0.23 0.50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00

The sound absorption coefficient indicates how much of the sound is absorbed in the actual material.
This absorption coefficient varies with the frequency of sound.


Dimensional changes may occur in dB Absorbers dependent on the relative humidity of the area in which they are being installed. Absorbers should therefore be left to acclimatise for 24 hours prior to installation. For best results it is recommended that panels are installed with a minimum 30mm shadow gap between them. dB Absorbers should be bonded directly to horizontal and vertical surfaces in accordance with the adhesive manufacturer’s instructions and subject to the receiving substrate being in suitably good condition.

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