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Custom Art Acoustic Panel
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Inspire Art Custom Printed Wall Panels

Sound Quality® Inspire Art Custom Printed Acoustical Wall Panels are the perfect acoustic and aesthetic solution for various interior noise reducing applications. The printed wall panels are manufactured to the highest standards and acts as a standard absorber panel that offers a visual appealing way to resolve reverberant noise problems.

From school and company logos to art reproduction, Sound Seal offers these premium acoustic panels with a guarantee to improve the aesthetics of the existing space.

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  • 6-7# PCF rigid fiberglass absorber core
  • 100% polyester pre-printed fabric
  • Standard thicknesses: 1/2", 1" and 2"
  • Maximum size of 5' X 10'
  • Chemically hardened edges
  • Available in 4 different edge profiles

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Case Study: Optimizing Acoustics In Restaurant Spaces

Check out this video to learn how we were able to improve the acoustics, while maintaining the visual appearance of the space. Used a variety of products on this job, including Fabric Wrapped Acoustical Panels, Inspire Art® Custom Printed Wall Panels, and Chroma® Paintable Panels.

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Rotofast™ Snap-on Acoustic Panel Anchors can be used for easy installation. Rotofast Snap-on Anchors are a fast and secure solution for fiberglass core acoustical panel installations on walls and ceilings. Rotofast Snap-on anchors reduce installation time, are easy to use and simple to teach others to use.


Did You Know Video:

Watch this Did You Know Video from Dave Ingersoll, Vice President of Sales, as he walks through the features of the Inspire Art Custom Printed Wall Panels.

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Studies have shown that children in classrooms in developed countries only understand about 75% of all lectures delivered to them. Stop and think about that for a moment—this means that every 4th word or 25% of all material delivered is missed. The culprit? Reverberation.