New Lindner acoustic elements video
Acoustic elements from Lindner ensure a pleasant working atmosphere. Their functions and various designs are now explained in a new video by Lindner.
Lindner acoustic elements have a refined structure for regulated acoustics in interior spaces: the sound comes through holes in the surface of the element and is absorbed by a layer of mineral wool or fleece underneath. That way, both the reverberation time and the degree of sound absorption can be adjusted to an ideal level. Depending on how the room is used, the reverberation time should be of different duration. In a concert hall, 1.5 to 3 seconds are ideal, but in the office it should be less than one second. With Lindner acoustic elements, both the reverberation time and the degree of sound absorption can be optimally controlled by the size of the holes, the width of the element and the filling.
The elements can be installed wherever needed. Lindner produces according to individual dimensions. The selection of materials and surfaces ranges from micro-perforated metal in all RAL colours to digital printing and fabric coverings to 3-D surfaces or special plant-based Organoid coverings, in cornflower design, for example.
More information in the video on our Youtube Channel.