Envirocoustic™ Wood Wool
The Envirocoustic Wood Wool acoustic panels are eco-friendly, high-performance, and cost-effective. Call us and purchase wood wool boards today!
Cementitious Wood-Fiber Acoustic Ceiling and Wall Panels
Envirocoustic™ Wood Wool is now a leader in the eco-friendly, high-performance, cost-effective acoustical–panel products category. These wood fiber acoustic panels perform well by absorbing sound while thermally insulating; ecologically, acoustic wool is simple to produce; and panels are available in many size and color variations that can be designed to fit nearly any décor.
These eco-friendly cementitious wood-fiber panels not only liven up a room with design variety, but acoustic wood wool panels also reduce echo and reverberation through sound absorption. Wood wool boards can transform the aesthetics and acoustics of any interior space.
Cementitious Wood-Fiber Acoustic Standard Ceiling and Wall Panels
Envirocoustic™ Wood Wool leads the acoustical-panel products category as an eco-friendly, high-performing, and cost-effective sound absorber that manages echo and reverberation. Ecologically, Envirocoustic Wood Wool is simple to produce with three simple ingredients, wood fiber, water and Portland cement. Envirocoustic Wood Wool Standard panels meet the California Department of Public Health VOC emissions standards and are also highly resistant to microbial and fungal growth making them eligible for LEED credts as well as a sound choice for a variety of spaces . In addition, they are Class A fire rated and pass the NFPA 286 fire test. Standard panels provide quick lead times and can be installed easily by attaching panels directly to substrates or using furring strips. With a state-of-the-art manufacturing process, Envirocoustic Wood Wool Standard panels are produced with even thicknesses, consistent dimensions, and clean, square edges for seamless panel-to-panel installation.
The economical Cementitious Wood Wool Standard panels not only liven up a room’s aesthetics with endless design variety and visual interest, but also improve the acoustics of a room or space.
Schools and civic centers (gymnasiums, classrooms, auditoriums, music practice and band rooms), restaurants and bars, sports and entertainment venues, convention centers, houses of worship, shooting ranges, manufacturing and industrial facilities, parking garages, airports, and more.
Wood fiber, Portland cement, and water.
Wood fiber is a natural material, color variations may occur