In many spaces, flat reflective surfaces can cause interfering reflections and excessive reverberation which can corrupt work environments, meeting and gathering areas, music quality and speech intelligibility to name a few. One approach to controlling noise, sound reflections and excess reverberation is to utilize decorative, lightweight, sound absorbing acoustical wall and ceiling panels. RPG Broadsorbor™ Panels are the most comprehensive sound absorptive panels available in a 2.25" total thickness. The Broadsorbor™ Panels consist of a multi-density absorbing core, covered with an acoustical fabric of choice. RPG's SoundGem™ acoustical panel fabric comes in (92) colors; in addition there are hundreds of industry standards and custom fabrics to choose from. Panel edges are hardened and can be molded in a variety of profiles. RPG has developed a simple and reliable method of attachment which offers fixed or removable installation utilizing an impaling clip for walls, Z-bar for ceilings and embedding anchors for suspending in a ceiling cloud configuration.
Absorptive panels are used extensively in acoustical design to control noise, sound reflections and excess reverberation. In the most difficult noise control projects, quality, appropriate performance and ease of mounting are often problematic.
RPG offers complete, broad bandwidth, quality assured custom panel fabrication that provides a simple and reliable fixed or removable mounting to solve the most difficult noise control problems.
- Offers a cost effective, broad bandwidth, highly efficient sound absorption solution for reverberation control.
- Available in custom sizes up to 8' x 4'.
- (92) Unique colors with RPG SoundGem™ acoustical panel fabric, or choose from industry standard and custom fabrics.
- Edge termination options include 1/2" chamfer, 1/2" radius, full bevel, square and custom profiles.
- Lightweight and easy to install with RPG's impaling clip.
- All components are Class A Fire Rated.
- The panels absorb at a consistently high level between 100-4000Hz, offering a balanced NRC > 90.