Timberix™ wooden grooved panels reduce echoes by trapping and diffracting sound in the grooves and perforation found on the surface. The sound that passes through the perforation is further absorbed by an acoustic substrate, which reduces reverberation in the room. Smaller grooves are better at attenuating high frequency sounds, whereas larger grooves are better at controlling low frequency sounds.
Our wooden grooved acoustic panel is made up of a series of slats and grooves. Each panel has a machined tongue and groove joint for a seamless joinery. Timberix™ wooden grooved panels come in 4 different patterns: 13-3, 14-2, 28-4, 5-3. The first number refers to the slat size (mm) and second number refers to the groove size (mm). The surface comes in 4 types of finishing: paint, melamine, PP, and veneer. The base material can be made of MDF, fire-resistant MDF, eco-friendly MDF, black MDF, 3-layer composite, 5-layer composite or OSB.
1. Installation accessories
2. Fix H-rail A01 onto wooden battens
3. Pad with sound absorbing substrate
4. Fix rotary clips A02 and A03
Slot panels into rotary clips
Install the next panel onto the previous panel