H & H suggested installing 50mm panels of its dB Absorber product around the upper parts of the walls and the remaining ceiling space. dB Absorber panels are designed primarily to reduce reverberant noise by improving acoustic absorption within the area being treated. When installed directly below the roof space, they will also improve the thermal insulation of a building. Panels can be directly bonded to both horizontal and vertical surfaces, to provide an effective, economic alternative to a full suspended acoustic ceiling. Consisting of foam covered with a high-quality acoustically-transparent fabric
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