EcoPlus Systems – acoustic cloud system for Les Mills

 

EcoPlus Cloud Systems are perfect for absorbing excess noise and reverberation in an open space whether it be a restaurant, library, school or an office project. With a highly efficient NRC of 0.95 as measured by the Acoustic Testing Services (ATS) at Auckland University – they are a streamlined option and cost effective.

Cloud panels and beams were specified by Warren & Mahoney Architects throughout the Newmarket Les Mills Gym to soften the background noise reverberating off the many hard finishes throughout the interior. While the original internal concrete and steel structures connect to the building’s industrial past – the addition of a high level of glazing and large numbers of people during peak times – required an optimal acoustic solution.

EcoPlus acoustic clouds are manufactured from 50mm thick, high quality glass fibre panels finished with a composite glass matte facer laminated to all sides and weigh only 5 Kg’s m2. They are available in a white or black matte finish otherwise, they can be fabric wrapped or digital prints may be applied.

Cloud panels appear to ‘free float’ using a suspended cable & anchor system or can be directly fixed to the ceiling. Either way, both options provide a clean frameless appearance.

  • High acoustic rating NRC 0.95 by the Auckland University Acoustic Services
  • NZBC Group 1-S
  • Frameless and streamlined appearance
  • Cost-effective
  • Suspension or direct fixing options and easy to install or retrofit
  • Multiple shapes and colour options

 

 

For further information, please contact:
info@ecoplus-systems.com
021940301 or 0800432675

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