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S-2100 High-Impact Wall Panels
The S-2100 High-Impact Wall Panels are ideal for environments that combine the need for superior acoustical performance and resilience to high traffic areas. S-2100 High-Impact Panels are constructed using a 6-7# rigid fiberglass absorber core laminated to 16#-20# PCF high-impact fiberglass.
The S-2100 High-Impact Wall Panels are available in four standard thicknesses: 5/8", 1-1/8", 1-5/8" and 2-1/8". The S-2100 High-Impact Wall Panels are available with 4 different edge profiles and are available in standard or custom-sizes (up to a maximum of 4’ X10’) with custom, designer or C.O.M fabric available.
Guilford of Maine FR701 Style 2100 is the industry standard. Hundreds of approved decorative fabrics are also available from numerous manufacturers including, but not limited to: Guilford of Maine, Maharam, Design Tex and Knoll. Customers may also specify their own fabric, provided the material meets manufacturing requirements.
Select a fabric & order samples from one of our manufacturers:
Guilford of Maine - FR701 Style 2100
- Schools / Universities
- Houses of worship
- Office spaces
All panels are custom made with standard sizes up to 4’ x 10’ and custom sizes up to 5' x 10', with thickness ranging from 1/2" – 4' thick
While our standard options include various squares and rectangles, our in house CNC capabilities allow us to push the limits of creativity with custom shapes. Custom shaped panel features include: circles, triangles, parallelograms, trapezoids, ovals, hexagons & more.
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.
Case Study: New York State Police Academy
The New York State Police Academy was originally constructed in 1967 with minimal concern around acoustic performance. The primary goal of this renovation was to use the full knowledge of acoustical design, materials and technology to create a space that users could enjoy for many years into the future.