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Acoustics First Cloudscape Finish Additions
These acoustical baffles reduce reverberation in larger spaces and can be suspended from open truss and pre-engineered suspension systems or mounted directly to a roof deck or wall. A 2" thick option in sizes up to 4' x 10' is now available. The 2" thick version uses environmentally friendly Ecose glass fiber. The standard 4' x 2' x 1.5" PVC-encapsulated Echo-nomical baffle is now joined by three alternate finishes. New finishes include a durable rip-stop nylon sailcloth (CSBF2S) with nine color choices, a fabric-encapsulated Cloudscape Baffle (CSBF2F) sewn with Guilford of Maine FR701, and an exterior grade fabric for outdoor applications.
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