Woodtex Australia ’s All Weather acoustic absorber panels are used as effective sound absorbers and transmission loss barrier in outdoor, industrial and commercial situations.
Woodtex All Weather acoustic absorber panels are manufactured using coarse grain wood fibre obtained from sustainable sources, which after preparatory treatment is blended with Portland cement and cured under high pressure to form a dimensionally stable and mechanically durable board, 2400mm x 600mm.
Woodtex All Weather acoustic absorber panels may be accurately butt jointed side by side to an adequate support structure, or used in a drop-in ceiling tile format to obtain an effective acoustic absorber and transmission loss barrier in the most challenging of exterior and internal environments.
Available in three thicknesses of 25mm, 38mm and 50mm, Woodtex All Weather acoustic absorber panels are extensively used throughout Australia and New Zealand in power transmission facilities, motorways, plantrooms, and in location where durability, appearance and performance are important.
Woodtex All Weather acoustic absorber panels installation method: Woodtex All Weather Acoustic Absorber Panels are handled, stored and worked in exactly in the same way as a similar sized timber panel. Individuals can use conventional wood working machinery such as panel saws, routers, circular saws or hand saws to obtain the requisite configurations.
Woodtex All Weather acoustic absorber panels can be used for the following applications:
- Power Transmission SVC/TCR enclosures and plantroom linings
- Motorway acoustic walls and fences
- Ceilings for night club, library, restaurants and airport halls
- Ceilings or baffles in swimming pools and wet areas
- Inserted noise barriers below club, halls and theatre metal roofs
Major projects that have installed Woodtex All Weather acoustic absorber panels include Siemens/ABB Static VAR Compensators throughout Australia, Cairns Domestic Airport, M2 and M5 Motorway in Sydney, Royal North Shore Hospital, Swinburn University, Lane Cove Aquatic Centre and FOX Studios.