Suspended room dividers – so-called acoustic baffles – are simultaneously efficient acoustic and design elements. The light and open zoning elements help to visually divide rooms. In addition to their sound-absorbing properties, they also reduce the disturbing noise dissemination into the full depths of the office/room space. A sound shadow is created behind the baffle element which inhibits the sound source thereby reducing acoustic pollution, especially in very large rooms.
If the absorbent baffle elements are fabric-covered or combinated with our Kandela® B27 honeycomb elements, their acoustic function is retained while additional window elements are created, since partial transparency is possible. This results in colored, acoustically effective baffle systems with transparent areas. Rope suspensions and/or connectors for these elements are included in the product range.
These frameless elements, whose lightness and stability are created by their honeycomb core, are made of transparent, partially recycled PETG plastic.