Ecophon | Akusto One
Acoustic wall panels based on glass wool
The Ecophon Akusto One panels are flexible acoustic panels. These panels make it possible to apply creative and innovative designs and patterns to the wall. The Ecophon Akusto One panels are available in different shapes and colours. The wall panels are produced from glass fibre with a high density and are extremely lightweight yet strong and robust at the same time. Thickness of the panels: 40 mm.
Square or rectangular
Core of glass wool
Available in 3 dimensions
Finish wall panels
The visible side is finished with a glass fibre fabric. The back of the panel is provided with glass fleece. The edges are straight and painted in white or in grey. The panels are also available in a round-shaped version.
The Ecophon Akusto One panels are available in three different dimensions: 60 x 60 cm, 120 x 30 cm and 120 x 40 cm. The wall panels are 4 cm thick.
The panels are delivered including mounting system for the wall.
The panels’ core of glass wool is tested and classified as non-flammable according to EN ISO 1182.
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Square & Rectangle
Core of glass wool
Available in three dimensions
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