Binary AbFuser is a high-performance hybrid acoustic panel that achieves balance between sound absorption and reflection. It combines a binary amplitude diffuser attached to a wooden frame filled with rigid acoustic wool and covered with a fabric. This hybrid design provides reflection control without destroying the room’s ambience.
Binary diffuser provides omnidirectional diffusion working as an amplitude grating. Having approximately 40% open area, Binary AbFuser can also reduce low frequency reflections by absorbing them.
Using an optimal binary pattern of perforations through a rigid template, Binary AbFuser achieves an excellent balance of sound absorption across the NRC frequency bands while preserving the ambiance of the space.
Combining modern design with maximum acoustic efficiency, Binary AbFuser acoustic panels are commonly used to control sound reflections and excess reverberation in recording studios, listening rooms and offices.
Type: Hybrid Panel
Thickness: 5/7/10 cm
Absorption range: 70 Hz – 15000 Hz (for 10cm thick)
Diffusion range: 500 – 3000 Hz
Damping material: Fiberglass Wool (80kg/m3)
Front plate: 3mm painted HDF
Frame: 16mm fire resistant furniture board
Weight: 9kg (for 7cm thick)
Binary AbFuser panels come standard with two sawtooth hangers already screwed in the back of the frame and accompanying mounting pins, which should be inserted into the wall. For ceiling applications, mounting hooks are provided. You can choose a mounting set that suits your needs – either for a concrete wall or for plasterboard.
There are many possible application where Binary AbFuser panels can be used to improve the acoustics of the room. Due to the combination of absorption and diffusion functions, they can be safely used for treating walls and ceiling in all kinds of interiors. The main purpose is flutter echo control, improvement of low frequency response and early reflection control. Binary AbFuser panels are highly recommended for the acoustic treatment of home theaters, recording studios, listening rooms as well as offices and living rooms, making them sound alive but still controlled.