Are you looking to eliminate noise in your space? Acoustic Wall Panels are a great way to help diffuse and absorb unwanted sound and improve vocal clarity. Continental Flooring offers a variety of acoustical solutions through Armstrong Ceilings that are both functional and aesthetically pleasing for any facility.
How Do Acoustic Panels Work?
Acoustic panels block and diffuse sound, which cancels out unwanted outside noise and can disperse louder sounds within a building. Sounds will be absorbed by the panels while also limiting echoes in an area.
These panels have an NRC rating, also known as Noise Reduction Coefficient.
The NRC Rating ranges from 0 to 1, with 0 being the total lack of sound absorption, and 1 being a complete absorption of all sounds.
An NRC Rating is calculated by using an acoustic panel is a specific sound test room. Noise will be directed throughout the room, and certain tools will calculate how much sound is absorbed in the panels. The NRC Rating is determined after 4 tests, with the final rating being the average of all the tests.
Acoustic Wall Panels are perfect for facilities such as…
- School and Educational Spaces
Our Acoustic Wall Panel Products
Continental Flooring offers acoustic wall panels through Armstrong Ceilings. These wall panels come in a variety of finishes, such as wood, metal, fiberglass, and mineral fiber.
For the best sound proofing systems, we recommend panels such as ACOUSTIbuilt, SOUNDSOAK, and FELTWORKS.
Check out some examples of these Acoustic Wall Panels by Armstrong Ceilings
- Federal, State, County, and Municipalities
- Schools, Colleges, and Universities
- Public Housing Authority (PHA)
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Continental Flooring has been servicing government agencies since 1979 and continues to be a top flooring and ceiling provider in the public sector.