Freestlye TIMBA.
Stylish, versatile and aesthetic

Timba

COLOUR RANGE

Soundtect’s Freestyle™ Panels are architecturally inspired and can be used to create stunning, utterly modern wall and ceiling designs in a range of colours and finishes.

The contemporary design is suited to a range of commercial applications and ensures effective acoustic management whatever the space.

With up to 70% recycled content and finely tuned reverberation and sound control, Freestyle™ is the natural choice for bespoke designs that challenge the status quo.

BENEFITS

  • Elevated design potential
  • Incredible versatility
  • Available in a wide range of colours
  • Create bespoke designs in specific corporate or design colours
  • Suspend from the ceiling to create functional room or space dividers with sound control properties
  • Excellent sound absorption
  • Finely turned reverberation thanks to Soundtect’s pioneering acoustic technology
  • Environmentally friendly and recyclable, Freestyle™ Acoustic Panels are ideal for projects when there is an eco-conscious consideration to be made
  • Manufactured by Soundtect®
  • Independently certified

SPECIFICATIONS

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TYPICAL APPLICATIONS

Wall coverings
Ceiling rafts
Ceiling baffles
Screens and dividers

  • Composition: 100% Polyester
  • Low VOC
  • Colour Fastness Properties
    • Colorfastness to Light, AATCC16(3), Class 4.5
  • ISO 14006 Certified Manufacturing Facility
  • Certified 100% Recyclable
  • Recycled Content: Up to 70% (min. 50%) post consumer recycled content
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FIRE RATING
  • EN13501, Bs1d0
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SIZE
  • 2440 X 1220mm X 10 or 20mm

DENSITY THICKNESS

  • 10mm, 2kg/sqm
  • 20mm, 4kg/sqm
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ACOUSTIC PROPERTIES

10MM: NRC 0.35
20MM: NRC 0.65

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INSTALLATION

Freestyle™ acoustic panels can be installed by two methods.

  • Suspend from ceiling as baffles, rafts, or screens
  • Wall mounted Freestyle™ coverings, use an adhesive.
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MOISTURE ABSORPTION

Polyester fibre when exposed to an atmosphere of 50°C at 90% relative humidity for four days showed moisture absorption of less than 0.03% by weight. Polyester is not affected by moisture.

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