WoodTrends Wooden Acoustic Panel

WoodTrends Wooden Acoustic Panel
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WoodTrends Wooden Acoustic Panel is a genuine wooden acoustic wall panel. The perforation or grooves in the wood facing allows the panel to achieve NRC values as high as .90.

The panels are built on a MDF or chipboard core and are offered with your choice of 24 standard wood veneer facings and 40 custom veneers. These wooden wall panels are Class A fire-rated and are easily installed by the attachment of nail clips onto furring strips.

WoodTrends™ TIMBRE utilizes a 24mm or 31mm channeled chipboard core with acoustical results dependent upon the number of channels relieved by the grooves. This monolithic look is installed by gluing or nailing to furring strips. Standard sizes are 23.6″ or 98″ wide and 102″ long.

WoodTrends™ TOPLINE is a genuine wood plank style wall featuring a series of grooves and slots to achieve acoustic results. Built on 16mm thick MDF with a thickness of .6mm, plank edges overlap to provide a monolithic look. Also installed by gluing or nailing panels to furring strips. Standard sizes are 5″ or 12″ wide by up to 120″ long.

WoodTrends™ STANDARD wood plank system is installed by the attachment of pivot clips onto a typical 15/16″ grid. Standard sizes 2’x2′, 2’x4′ and custom.

For more information on our WoodTrends Wooden Acoustic Panel, call us at 1-800-782-5742 or contact our sales department.

5 reviews for WoodTrends Wooden Acoustic Panel

  1. :

    We are planning to soundproof a room completely and wood trends acoustic panel nrc value is .90, is the nrc value enough to soundproof it completely since the room is surrounded by workshop with lot of mechanical noises.

  2. :

    Are the wood panels sturdy enough to be used on a wall that is extremely high traffic?

    • :

      Hi Alyson,

      WoodTrends Panels have a wood veneer similar to some furniture and stand up well to reasonable abuse.

  3. :

    we need an acoustic walling system for a multipurpose hall made out of shipping containers. what sort of composite arrangement of material would i need to make it sound proof in time of rain etc.

    • :


      To keep the shipping containers from making noise when it rains, you would need to keep it from vibrating. A damping compoud like QuietCoat could do this.

      It can be sprayed or rolled onto the metal interior.

  4. :

    I am looking for a replacement for a T-bar ceiling acoustical panel that has a wood finish. Do you offer any lightweight 2×4 panels that could be installed in a T-bar ceiling grid?

  5. :

    What sizes are the panels available in?

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      The WoodTrends Panels are available in the standard sizes 2′ x 2′, 2′ x 4′, and 1′ x 6′, but custom sizes are available as well upon request.

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