The resonate™ fabric acoustic system is a custom, made to order sound-absorbing panel and fabric system placed on walls or ceilings to control and reduce noise, eliminate slap echo, and control comb filtering in a room. The objective is to enhance the properties of sound by improving sound quality with this unique sound-absorbing customisable system.
With our leading expertise in fabric textile printing and finishing, you are able to have acoustic panels that appear as an image, pattern or solid colour of your choice, designed to enhance the interior design of your environment.
Where the resonate™ fabric acoustic system truly shines above anything else available in the market today is that you can achieve a maximum print width of 3200mm x 50 000mm long with no seam. For larger executions, we are able to use a near-invisible seam to manufacture and deliver oversized designs. Further to this graphics can also be removed to be washed and/or updated with a replacement graphic with our no-tools process.
The resonate™ fabric acoustic system also creates maximum return over an extended period so time as you are able to pay once for the custom-built frame and panels system along with its installation; then you or your staff can easily change out the textile printed graphic as required on-going.
Traditionally used to treat recording studios, churches, home theatres, restaurants, office work areas, corporate board rooms, hotel corridors and listening rooms. Acoustic noise control panels and surface coatings have become more popular and widespread as many recent commercial and residential designs give little consideration to noisy room acoustics with the increased popularity of large, polished surfaces and oversized glass windows.
The purpose of resonate™ fabric acoustic system is to reduce, but not entirely eliminate, resonance within the room. The resonate™ fabric acoustic system differs from bass traps in that they deal more with the mid and high frequencies in a room. It is also important to note that sound absorption is different from soundproofing, which is typically used to keep sound from escaping a room.
The dye-sublimation process is an eco-friendly process that uses no hard solvents, in contrast, it uses water-based organic inks with a vegetable/soy base ensuring there are no harmful chemicals being washed into our waterways. With a wide range of fabrics available, the most popular has seen our recycled yarn being the favoured choice. This is due to the corporate responsibility adopted by many of our customers to ensure they deliver using the best possible product whilst ensuring they do their part in looking after the planet.
The core range of the resonate™ fabric acoustic system aluminium profiles have been designed and extruded locally ensuring we stay true to our NZMADE delivery stance. With aluminium being the most recyclable metal available today, our system offers our customers a more sustainable option than traditional materials. We also have a range of composite profiles that have been developed for specialist applications where aluminium is not suited.
We’ve been working closely alongside some of the largest and most prolific acoustic substrate manufacturers worldwide to fine-tune our resonate™ fabric acoustic system. We believe that the added value of taking traditional aesthetical wall coverings, imagery or visual colour treatments and turning it into science delivers a product that will not only be aesthetically pleasing but delivers functional outcomes day in, day out.
Imagine being able to introduce a set percentage of the personalised resonate™ acoustic solution that has been made to functionally fit your space and aesthetically produced to align with your aesthetics/messaging all the while delivering a predetermined reduction of resonance within a room improving the overall sounds.
As with our entire product range, our customers have the option to engage our services at the end of life to ensure materials are repurposed, recycled or disposed of responsibly.
The resonate™ fabric acoustic system functionally outperforms any other comparable system available in the market today whilst offering unmatched customization and image colour reproduction to deliver the designed aesthetic. This paired with the environmentally-conscious materials selection and sustainability stance of the OneFrame brand makes us the ideal execution partner for your next project.
|application||commerial / residential|
|max print width||3200mm - no seam|
|max print length||50 000mm - no seam|
|colour||full-colour - CMYK|
|fire retardant - fabric||B1|
|HARDWARE||22mm / 28mm / 80mm / 120mm / custom|
|acoustic panel depth||25mm / 50mm / 75mm|
|acoustic panel colour||black|
|fire retardant - panel||ISO 5660.1|
It uses water-based dyes, which means that no Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC’s) are produced like you would get from solvent-based inks and so there are no nasty vapours escaping into the atmosphere. In addition, there is no waste making its way into our waterways as there is no water used in the printing process thus also saving water under dye-sublimation printing.