Felt

Felt is a very popular material for acoustic solutions. Our range therefore includes a variety of solutions with a wool felt or polyester felt finish. Wool felt is largely made from sheep’s wool. The main component of polyester felt is (as the name suggests) polyester.

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18 Products

EASYpol HD acoustisch wandpaneel

EASYpol HD 25 mm

Acoustic Tiles

  • Freely combine with different 'tiles'
  • Easy to mount with magnets
  • Extra cavity possible
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from €40,00
EASYpol HD wandpaneel

EASYpol HD 25 mm

Wall panel

  • Also suitable for glass walls
  • Various patterns
  • Lightweight
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from €51,00

BuzziSpace

BuzziSkin

  • Available in 12 colours
  • Can be easily cut to size
  • Self-adhesive
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from €507,00
EASYfence akoestische scherm

EASYfence

Acoustic screen

  • Acoustic screen
  • Can be extended to four screens
  • Tailored
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from €368,00
EASYfence akoestische scherm

EASYfence

Acoustic workspace

  • Modular, flexible system
  • Different set-ups possible
  • Tailored
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from €595,00
akoestische scheidingswand
New

VREE

LeaveMe

  • Charming divider
  • Curved shape
  • Recycled Materials
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from €689,00
akoestische scheidingswand
New

EASYpol HD 9 mm

Divider

  • Acoustic & Visual room divider
  • Unique designs
  • Available in several colours
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from €320,00
EASYbaffle Elements
New

EASYfelt Baffle Elements

Acoustic baffle elements

  • Free to hang in any space
  • Available in different shapes
  • Colours Grey or Anthracite
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from €39,25
ruben de visser, easy noise control, account manager
Ruben de Visser
Acoustics specialist

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If you want more insight into the current acoustic situation, you can request a measurement on location.

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Ruben de Visser
Acoustics specialist
ruben de visser, easy noise control, account manager

Ask the experts

If you want more insight into the current acoustic situation, you can request a measurement on location.

Ask for advice