The stretch ceiling membrane can be used very easily to assist in the acoustic treatment of any room
The acoustic qualities of a space are fundamental, both in a professional context and in a place intended for relaxation. Sound reverberation leads to tiredness, impedes communication and alters the sound qualities of music.
How they work
The stretch ceiling membrane is about 0.2mm thick, and due to its composition will always remain in a taut elastic position but will never be solid. Because of this unique factor it can be used very easily to assist in the acoustic treatment of any room. This can be anywhere from simply adding ceiling rafts in random patterns to act as sound absorbers and reflectors to adding acoustic foam absorber behind the membrane and use the gap between the ceiling membrane and the absorber to act as an air cushion.
Or if required the membrane can be perforated to allow sound waves to travel through the membrane un-hindered to the absorbing panels behind. The quantity and size of the perforations can be varied depending on the application.