The known floor systems of the Lindner Group FLOOR and more® and NORTEC are recently also available with an additional function “acoustic”. Thereby an audibly improvement of the room acoustics can be achieved with the high sound absorption value of the perforated floor panels.
Sound absorption at its best
The reverberation time of the surroundings is crucial for the perception of room acoustics. According to the utilization of the room, this should be reduced or actually avoided by a specific choice of materials and area size. For example due to an installed acoustic tub on the underside of the floor panel, the Lindner raised and hollow floors achieve an absorbance rate αW of up to 0,75. Thus, the system reduces the sound level as well as the reverberation time in the rooms. Especially for low and high frequencies, the floor system attains great sound absorption values. The use of insulating material and acoustic fleeces intensifies the deep frequency effect. Additionally, the perforations of the floor panels enable an ideal usage of the air volume in the space in between as resonance absorber.
FLOOR and more® acoustic and NORTEC acoustic in detail
The raised and hollow floors convince with stability and environmental compatibility. The carrier panel reaches the classification of building material class A1. The use of calcium sulphate, a composition of gypsum, premium cellulose fibres and water guarantee an especially non-polluting production. An Interlocking tongue at the edges of FLOOR and more® floor panels enable an easy and fast fitting. Sticked together, the floor presents a high load capacity and can be entered already one day after installation.
Functionality combined with modern design
FLOOR and more® and NORTEC fulfill the increasing requirements for a silent and comfortable atmosphere and opens furthermore the possibility for modern design. A high flexibility is reached due to the varied combination opportunities with other systems. Suitable as application are different textile floor coverings, which are checked in the company’s own sound laboratory.
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