Troldtekt acoustic panels

Troldtekt A/S
Troldtekt acoustic panels
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Troldtekt acoustic panels
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Troldtekt A/S
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Wall panels and cladding

Troldtekt panels are made from 100% natural materials; wood from Danish forests and cement produced by Aalborg Portland, Denmark. The structure of Troldtekt panels provides a basis for excellent sound absorption, and using Troldtekt ceilings will, therefore, reduce noise and provide optimal room acoustics. Troldtekt is available in a high number of combinations that vary according to surface structure, edge, installation system, colour, dimension and thickness.


Troldtekt is the classic one-layer acoustic panel of the Troldtekt range and it can be installed in most types of building. Troldtekt is CE-marked and meets the fire safety requirements of Class B-s1,d0 (difficult to ignite).Troldtekt acoustic panels can be installed directly onto wooden battens or in a suspended profile system. However, they are most often installed with underlying mineral wool in order to ensure the best sound absorption (up to αw = 1,0!).


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