The Wave Wood Tile is an adaption of Vicoustic’s flagship Wave Wood panel to the architectural market and has been specifically developed to treat acoustic problems without destroying a room’s ambience, or over-deadening the sound. By combining the famous Wave Wood wooden surface with a 2 cm thick acoustic foam, the Wave Wood Tile is indicated for suspended ceilings and can be used in performance spaces, public spaces, speech rooms, classrooms, etc.
Its instantly recognizable design results from unique research based on the acoustic properties of the wood and foam combined with non-linear sequential cavities that enable Wave Wood Tile to act as both an absorber and diffuser. It is particularly effective in treating medium and high frequencies as well as solving issues such as flutter echoes.
WaveWood Tile - (Vicoustic foam):
A polyurethane foam with extraordinary acoustic properties and classified in M1 class of fire reaction.
Known for it’s flexibility and versatile applicability, this durable
material is ideal for installations that require endurance.
WaveWood Tile Tech - (Vicoustic Tech foam):
Made of Basotect® foam, it’s long-term resistance
to high temperatures and excellent fire characteristics are based on the
use of melamine resin. The high nitrogen content of the resin is
responsible for the extremely flame-resistant property of the foam
without the need for fire retardants, making it particularly suitable
for applications with high fire safety requirements.