Set of 11 PET Felt Tiles Leaf Veins

from € 125,00
  • Easy to attach to ceiling and wall
  • Impact-resistant
  • High-end finish with a bevel-cut
  • Easy to process
  • Available in 28 colours, delivery from stock
  • Made from recycled plastic bottles
  • Great acoustic performance
  • Only sold in sets of 11 tiles
  • All prices without VAT
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Specifications

Material
PET Felt

Dimensions
263 x 496 mm per tile

Weight
2,7 kg

Density
1,9 kg/m2

Acoustic properties
NRC: 0.80 with 100 mm cavity
NRC: 0.65 with 50 mm cavity

Flammability class
B1

ISO Certificate
345-2003

Our PET Felt Acoustic Panels are delivered in the uncut gross size of 2440mm x 1220mm. They are never 100% straight, a deviation in size with a maximum of 2% is tolerated. Our PET Felt Acoustic Panels are made of recycled plastic bottles and therefore small variations in color blends can appear. Keep in mind our PET Felt Acoustic Panels have a front- and backside and a direction of fibers. When cutting them in separate pieces, keep in mind a continuum direction to avoid different appearances when light falls on the different panels.

PET Felt Tiles Leaf Veins

Plants are hip right now but do not really help to improve the acoustics. With these leaf-shaped acoustic tiles, you can transform any dull wall into a sea of leaves. Combine different colours or with the Leaf Plain for extra effect!

Ideal for cafes, restaurants or the (home) office. The tiles are handy and easy to fix on the wall or ceiling.

How is PET Felt made?

PET Felt is made from recycled plastic bottles. A fiber is made from the finely ground bottles, creating a soft but firm felt. It lasts a long time, is UV resistant, easy to maintain and muffles sound. PET Felt can also be recycled again.

The PET Felt is available in 28 colours and thus fits into any interior.

Improved acoustics immediately

Due to the structure of the PET Felt, the material has great acoustic properties. It dampens and absorbs sound. This effect is enhanced by leaving a space behind the panels or by combining the panels with a standard PET Felt panel. By choosing a back panel with a contrasting colour, you achieve a special effect.

Easy to maintain

Most stains can be removed with plenty of water. Let the water flow through the PET Felt and dab away any residues. Never rub the wet PET Felt as it may damage the material. If it is a stubborn stain, use James Cleaning Set.