Modern architecture uses a high proportion of sound-reflecting materials such as e.g. Exposed concrete and glass, which influence the reverberation time unfavorably. As a result of this – beside room facilities and people – practically only the floor is available as absorption area.
Type and extent of sound absorption in the acoustics raised floor panel are determined by three elements:
Hole grid of the bottom plate
Each of these three components significantly influences the measured and sensorially perceived result of the achieved room acoustics.