Insulation/ Acoustical treatments/ Acoustic absorption for walls & ceilings
Pinta Acoustic uses melamine resin foam, named Willtec, as its base material. This material doesn’t shed fibres and is remarkable for its light weight, strength and fire resistance —class B1— and emits a minimum of toxic gases during combustion.
—Pinta Waffel and Pinta Pyramide adhered panels stand out from the line of acoustic products for industrial use, offering good absorption in mid- and high-frequency ranges and greater absorption surface resulting from a special surface design.
—Pinta Absorber Linear is made from very lightweight elements (0.4 and 0.5 kg) hung panels that are removed with no difficulty. They are effective above 500 Hz.
—The acoustic wedges are conceived for application in anechoic chambers and acoustic laboratories due to their exceptional performance with both high and low frequencies thanks to their exaggerated section.
—Pinta Acoustic also has created acoustically efficient and thoughtfully designed systems for walls and ceilings: Willtec panels in various shapes can be adhered or attached to standard grid profiles, directly or supported by expanded metal sheets…
Television production studios at the California State University, Dominguez Hills, USA, claded with Pinta Waffel adhesive panels.
Pinta Pyramide sound absorption panel. Philip Lim Flagship Stores, Los Angeles, California, USA. Leong Leong Architects.
Linear absorbers in the open plan offices.
The Pinta Acoustic Panel wall panel system not only resists scratches and impacts, it also has elevated acoustic absorption even at low frequencies. In the photograph, a shooting range.
Anechoic chamber, Viking GmbH, Austria. The chamber should have a lower limiting frequency of 50 Hz.
Pinta Waffel sound absorption panel.
Pinta Pyramide sound absorption panel.
Pinta Absorber Linear sound absorption panel.
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