Acoustic Paneled Light's Role in Reducing Room Noise Levels
Acoustic solutions have gained importance as building design considerations for improving health of office workers are a key concern, as well as improving sound in large interior spaces. Benefits of adding acoustic-damping materials to your project include: the reduction of echoes and background noise, improved sound quality for clear conversations, and a quieter environment that can help reduce stress and improve overall well-being.
High Sabins Values Decrease Sound Reverberation Time, Helping to Make a Quieter Environment
The Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) is a measure of a surface’s sound absorption across the range of typical human speech. Sabins are a measure of the equivalent area of an object if it were made of 100 percent sound-absorbent material (sabins = real area x NRC). This formula is vital to any acoustic calculation.
The acoustic panels Visa Lighting employs on Celest offer between 5.4 ft2 to 21.7 ft2 Sabins, depending on the model shape and size chosen. As you add more high Sabins value surface area, sound reverberation time decreases, creating a quieter environment.