The advantages of modular (600 x 600/1200 mm panels) wool ceilings are affordability and good acoustic properties. This makes wool ceilings the most popular suspended ceiling product in the world.
You can choose between wool panels made using a variety of techniques. Wet-processed mineral fibre panels can be used to create unique surface textures and provide additional fire resistance as well as various acoustic properties. Dry-processed stone wool and glass wool ceiling panels are lighter and usually have better acoustic absorption properties.
In addition to their use in various suspended solutions, wool panels can also be glued to the ceiling to enhance acoustics.
Wool wall panels
Like suspended ceiling tiles, wool wall panels have excellent sound absorption properties, which makes them a great choice for reducing echo and improving sound quality in a room. They are also naturally resistant to mold, mildew, and fire, making them a safe choice for any space.
Wool wall panels are available in a variety of colors, sizes and shapes, making them versatile and easy to incorporate into any design. They are suitable for both commercial and residential spaces.