- Commercial premises
- High traffic public areas
- Call centres
- Offices and conference centres
- Reception areas
- Education facilities
- Health care buildings
- Recording studios
- Theatres, cinemas and auditoriums
Colour and Finish
Cara, Lucia and Lucia CS fabric ranges are available as standard in a wide range of colours. Alternatively, SoftSound® Designer Panels can be covered with a client’s own choice of fabric, subject to it being of a suitable quality and having the required acoustic properties.
Suitable for use at normal building temperatures.
Cara, Lucia and Lucia CS fabrics meet the requirements of Class 1 Surface Spread of Flame when tested to BS476: Part7: 1997 (As Amended). The composite panels have not been fire tested.
0.033 W/mK @ 10OC
Packaging, Handling and Storage
SoftSound® panels are packed vertically on the long edge, covered in bubble wrap and delivered on non-returnable wooden pallets. They can be packed on wooden crates on request.
Panels should be stored inside and under cover in a dry, well- ventilated area protected from dirt and dust. Pallets and crates should be kept level and not double-stacked. Extreme care should be taken when handling to avoid damage.
Application and Fixing
SoftSound® Designer Panels are fixed via concealed Z-Clips or VELCRO® brand hook and loop fasteners (VELCRO® is a registered trade mark of Velcro Industries B.V.) or similar on the rear of the panel. For areas where multiple panels are being used, it is recommended that a minimum 15mm shadow gap is maintained.
Care and Maintenance
SoftSound® Designer Panels can be cleaned periodically with a low powered vacuum cleaner. Under no circumstances should they be cleaned using water. Stains can be treated with an appropriate cleaning solution applied in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
SoftSound® Designer Panels are available to order and should be fitted by skilled tradesmen or specialist contractors.
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* Absorber Classifications tested in accordance with BS EN ISO 11654:1997