With hundreds of possible finishes and an extensive colour palette, there is no question that perforated panels visually complement any environment.
Used across large surface areas, their consistent pattern forms an excellent backdrop for feature design pieces, emphasising colour and form. Yet it is the acoustic properties of perforated panels that make the greatest contribution to liveability within the built environment. Absorbing up to 88% of incidental noise, the panels defend serenity and tranquillity for those in busy environments.
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Timber Panel Acclimatisation and Humidity
Timber panels, like other wood-based products and many other building materials, will respond to fluctuations in relative humidity and variations in temperature. Board dimensions are closely related to moisture content.
It is imperative that all timber-based panels are acclimatised in the immediate area in which they are to be installed for seven (7) days before installation. Panels should be split from the packing and placed around the room without any obstruction to hinder their capacity to ‘breathe’. You need to ensure evidence of this acclimatisation process is photographed and documented.
Room temperature and humidity levels should remain constant and conform with accepted building practices thus ensuring environmental stability and panel longevity. Areas that are exposed to higher than normal amounts of direct sunlight, moisture, humidity and any other special considerations should be referred to your Project Consultants at Decor Systems for project-specific advice.