Lindner Logic 100 Textile-Acoustic

Acoustic Elements With Textile Surface For Partition Systems

Lindner Plus Acoustic Textile

Listed by applicability

Applications

Recreation and Culture: Banks, Cinemas and Theatres, Concert Halls, Museums, Places of Assembly, Sales Areas, Stadiums, Shopping Centres
Workplace: Assembly Rooms, Broadcasting Rooms, Television Studios, Common Rooms, Facilities for Meetings, Conventions and Conferences, Offices, Stage and Studio Rooms, Data Centres, Utility Rooms
Education: Library Rooms, School, School of Higher Education, Research Rooms
Public Institutions: Court Houses, Government Buildings
Transport: Airports, Subways and Tunnels, Train Stations
Hotels and Gastronomy: Hotels and Resorts
Public Areas: Entrance Areas
Cruise Liner and Ship Fit-out
Residential

Requirements

Design: Laminate, Perforation, Wood
Acoustics: Airborne Sound Reduction, Room Acoustics
Hygiene: Cleanable by vacuuming, Wipeable
Statics: Seismic Safety, Structural Stability
Corrosion Protection: Interiors
Sustainability: Environmental Product Declaration
Fire Protection: Fire Behaviour / Building Material Class

Technical Data

Acoustics

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Sustainability

Statics

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Product description

Fabrics and other textiles give every interior a distinctive look. With its textile surface, the acoustic panel Lindner Logic 100 Textile-Acoustic does not only appear as a visual highlight, but also improves the acoustics in your room significantly. With a sound absorption value of up to αW = 0.95, the acoustic element effectively absorbs disturbing noises and transforms noisy rooms into quiet and undisturbed surroundings – optimum conditions for a maximum of concentration.

  • also available as a curtain version
  • increased speech intelligibility due to optimal sound insulation values

Colour In Your Room

Various collections offer endless possibilities in the design

Unmistakably Homely

Incomparable living feeling through fabrics in the office - for high productivity in your feel-good working world