Photosorption sound absorbing printed panels

Our popular Photosorption sound absorbing panels are once again the preferred solution to reduce reverberated noise nuisance in the function room of a hotel.  When the room in the hotel which is in Witney was assessed, it was a very live environment with a hard floor and hard surfaces on the walls and ceiling.  This combined with the hard surfaces of the tables within the room meant that sound would just bounce around in what is often referred to as the “echo” effect.  This means that speech becomes almost unintelligible when large numbers of people are in there and if there is live music, then you can forget about talking altogether.  Photosorption are sound absorbing panels that are produced with a photographic image printed on them and the images can be chosen from our on-line library or you can use your own as long as they are of a high enough resolution.  Photosorption with the right images printed on them can enhance the look of a room as well as absorbing some of the reflected noise and if enough of them are installed, a significant drop in reverberated noise can be achieved.  Photosorption sound absorbing panels are just one of our wide range of sound absorbing products so we are sure to have something that will suit most rooms.  They can be installed into communal halls, reception areas, restaurants and can even be installed onto ceilings.  Restaurants are often particularly bad places for reverberated noise and these can be enhanced with the installation of Photosorption panels printed with images of the food served or of points of interest in the locality.  For more information on Photosorption and our other sound absorbing products, go to the commercial section of our web site


About Sound Service (Oxford) Ltd

UK Stockists and suppliers of a wide range of soundproofing and acoustic insulation materials for blocking and absorbing noise. We have been specialists in soundproofing and sound absorption since 1969 so one of the longest established businesses in the noise control industry.
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