Fabric system walls with sound absorbing substrate

Fabrix is a fabric system that uses proprietary polymer tracks to construct acoustic panels. Our fabric system is made of only unplasticized polyvinyl chloride (UPVC). The tracks hold the fabric and the sound absorbing substrate in place to make acoustic panels.

The fabric system comes with Anti-Warp and Anti-Slip features for guaranteed installation. We also have a total of 46 profiles and counting, which makes us the largest fabric system manufacturer in the world, proudly designed in Singapore.

Lee Kong Chian Lecture Theatre
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
SQFT Architects

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Wooden grooved and perforated panels with veneer or paint

Timberix panels reduce echoes by trapping and diffracting sound in the grooves and perforation found on the surface. The sound that passes through the perforation is further absorbed by an acoustic substrate such as fibreglass or mineral wool, which reduces reverberation of the space.

The panels comes in many groove specifications and perforations as small as 500 microns (that’s 0.5mm!) We also constantly use algorithms to design our panels so as to be compatible with parametric designs.

Timberix Grooved 20/4
NUS Univerty Cultural Centre, Singapore
Forum Architects

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Polyester boards and baffles made with felt finishing

Polyx Board is made by a process of tumbling, needle-punching, and baking low and high melting-point polyester fibres. The high-density fibrous network absorbs sounds and reduces reverberation. Polyx polyester Felt is made with only high melting-point polyester fibres, which gives a softer touch and a vibrant colour. The Polyester felt can be laminated on top of the Polyester Board.

Polyx Baffles are acoustic panels hang vertically on the ceiling to absorb echoes. Our polyester baffles come in a basic black and white polyester wool finish, or a luxurious coloured felt finish. We recommend hanging each Polyx baffle approximately 300mm away from one another for good sound absorption.

URA
The URA Centre, Singapore
D'Perception Singapore Pte Ltd

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Thermo-compressed polyester panel with felt finishing

CUBIX is a modular acoustic panel that can be arrayed together to form a feature. The panels are installed using propriety polymer clips affixed to the wall.

The thermo-compressed panel is made with an eco-friendly polyester board and felt finishing. There are a total of 18 designs and 20 felt colours to choose from to suit the theme of the room.

Meeting Room
Aural-Aid, Singapore
AntiCAD Pte. Ltd.

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Acoustic polyurethane and melamine foam

Acoustic foam is one of the most common absorber used in acoustical treatment to reduce echoes and reverberations. Cellyx polyurethane foam and melamine foam are fire-rated come in a variety of shapes such as pyramid, wedge, wave, and even CNC specifications.

Recording Studio
Dolby, Singapore
Aural-Aid Pte. Ltd.

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Made with recyclable wood fibres, cement, and water

Woolyx wood wool panels are made from recyclable wood fibres, cement, and water. It is environmentally friendly and formaldehyde free. The wood wool panels absorb sounds and gives aesthetics and environmental friendliness in an acoustic environment.

The wood fibres are sound absorbent, and the cement matrix has high moisture diffusion and air permeability. This allows the wood wool panel to even out the relative humidity (RH) in the environment.

Conference Room
Autodesk, Singapore
Wynncorp Engineering & Construction Pte Ltd

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