We offer high-quality perforated acoustic panels to help you improve the soundscape of your building.
When designing any building, it’s important to consider the acoustics, and this is especially true when designing things like theaters, concert halls, or classrooms, where people need to be able to hear what’s going on clearly. While there are many tools and techniques that designers use to block sounds you don’t want to hear and amplify the ones you do, one of the most common and effective is perforated acoustic panels. Our team at IPS Perforating, Inc. has extensive experience in designing and manufacturing acoustic panels, and we encourage you to keep reading to learn more about them.
To understand how perforated acoustic panels work, you first need to understand a bit about sound waves—specifically, the way they travel. Sound waves travel outward from their source in a circle, and when they hit an obstacle, they bounce back in the direction they came from. This is how echoes work: the sound wave hit something, and it came back toward you. What perforated acoustic panels do is interrupt the sound waves—the tiny holes split the sound wave into many smaller sound waves and send them bouncing in different directions. This prevents loud echoes and allows new sounds to be heard more easily.
If you are interested in adding perforated acoustic panels to your building, we encourage you to give us a call. Our team serves clients all over the United States, and we are happy to consult with you to help you find the right fit for your project.