A balanced indoor climate with optimum noise levels has a positive impact on our performance and on our ability to concentrate.
To fulfill their individual purpose, rooms must have the right acoustic balance: Mozart does not sound like AC/DC, the noise level in nurseries is different from that of libraries. And in lecture halls, the students at the very back should ideally be able to hear what’s going on.
Sounds are many and varied, but so are the rooms where life is staged. First-class acoustics are therefore always tailored to individual requirements. Our acoustics experts will help you find the ideal solution for your project.
Coated or uncoated, SYSTEXX Active Acous Therm achieves its quiet and warm effect through trapped air, which keeps heat inside the room and reduces reverberation. This brings about a noticeable improvement in indoor noise levels: thanks to its sound-absorbing properties. Active Acous Therm wall coverings meet the requirements for sound absorption class E. Powerful performance from a 3 mm fabric.
In restaurants, hotels, schools, offices and homes, rooms are often not in use all day long. If they warm up quickly, people feel comfortable faster and save energy. Walls that are only plastered or covered with ordinary wallpaper let the heat out and it takes a long time to warm the walls and the room. With Active Acous Therm you can bring rooms to a comfortable temperature up to four times faster.
Traditional acoustic ceilings are often not an option for modern room concepts due to their appearance and perfectly smooth walls and ceilings are extremely reverberant, resulting in poor acoustics. The new Cleaneo SYSTEXX system addresses exactly this challenge and makes the impossible possible: top acoustic performance with perfectly smooth and appealing surfaces.
Acoustic specialists from Knauf Gips KG and Vitrulan’s experts for smooth walls and ceilings collaborated to develop this groundbreaking innovation.
Featuring a sound absorption coefficient of αw 0.80 – 0.85 and a constantly high absorption of low to high frequencies, this ceiling system achieves maximum absorption performance while meeting the high requirements of modern architecture.