Acoustical Solutions AcoustiArt
High-quality printed panels
Decorative AcoustiArt Panels give the option of adding high-quality designs and photos to acoustical treatment and can be made in any size ranging up to a 4' x 10' panel. The ink used to print AcoustiArt is acoustically transparent to allow sound waves to pass through to the absorptive components of the panel. Since AcoustiArt Sound Absorbing Panels are available in such a wide variety of sizes and prints, customers must call to order, and will be walked through the process of choosing the design for their noise control solution.
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