We added a Thin, Impact Resistant Layer to the face of the 300 Series Acoustic Panel. The addition of the dense layer gives this Acoustic Panel Outstanding Protection from Impact.
Perfect for: Situations where extra face protection is needed due to the possibility of impact from objects or people. Common applications for these Acoustic Panels include; Lobbies, Gymnasiums, Multi-Purpose Rooms and Hallways.
Here’s some Technical Info you probably don’t want to read, but should know!
Size Availability: Up to 4 ft. x 10 ft., Large format panels are available.
See 350 Series
Thickness: 1 1/8 inch and 2 1/8 inch
Tolerance: +/- 1/4 inch
Core: Acoustical Glass Mineral Wool
Covering: 6 lb. and 18 lb. Acoustic Fabric
Edge Detail: Resin Hardened
Edge Profile: Square, Bevel, Rounded, Miter
Mounting: Adhesive, Z-clip, Hook and Loop, Magnet
General Application: Walls and Ceilings
Mounting Surfaces: All Surfaces including Drywall, Brick & Concrete
Flammability: Class A™ – Does not exceed 25 Flame Spread, 50 Smoke Developed when tested in accordance with ASTM E84, UL 723 and NFPA 255.
Indoor Air Quality: Certified as a low emitting product by the GREENGUARD Environmental Institute to both the GREENGUARD Certification Program and the more stringent GREENGUARD Children and Schools standard.
Our Acoustical Glass Mineral Wool is made with 50% Recycled Post-Consumer materials. In other words, the same bottles you recycle every week!
The other 50% of our Acoustical Glass Mineral Wool is made from one of the most abundant renewable resources on the planet- sand!
The Binder used in our Acoustic Glass Mineral Wool reduces embodied energy by 70%, which means there’s 70% less binder agent needed when compared to other glass wools and acoustic fiberglass products.
All of our Acoustic Fabrics are 100% Recycled Polyester.
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* NRC = noise reduction coefficient
Acoustic Panel Edge Profiles
Acoustic Panel Corner Options
Features / Benefits
Superior Acoustic Performance — Udderly Quiet™ Acoustic Panels are our premium sound absorption product and can be used anywhere reverberation (echo) is an issue. Our acoustic panels will improve speech intelligibility, improve production and improve any listening or recording environment. Udderly Quiet™ Acoustic Panels absorb noise generated at low, mid and high frequencies.
Exceptional Quality — Udderly Quiet™ Acoustic Panels are meticulously hand-made by experienced craftsmen that take pride in the product they build. Only the highest quality materials available are used to make this highly finished professional product.
Ease of Installation — Udderly Quiet™ Acoustic Panels are light weight and can be attached to a variety of surfaces. Basic hand tools and a limited amount of construction know how is all that are needed to ensure a proper installation. Udderly Quiet™ Acoustic Panels can be cut or trimmed on the job site with simple hand tools. Our Acoustic Panels can be mounted permanently with adhesive or temporarily with Hook & Loop or Z-Clips.
Endless Design Potential — Udderly Quiet™ Acoustic Panels are custom built to your specifications. Architectural interest is added by ordering our panels with square, beveled or rounded edges.
Fabric Covering Variety — Udderly Quiet™ Acoustic Panels are available with an endless variety of fabric options. Choose the fabric color and texture that best matches your existing décor. If desired, we will match your fabric of choice.
Durability — Impact Resistant Udderly Quiet™ Acoustic Panels have a dense layer of Acoustical Glass Mineral Wool that protects the panel from impact.
Excellent Flammability Rating — Our Udderly Quiet™ Acoustic Panels have a Class A™ flammability rating. This product passes most building code flammability requirements for exposed materials.
Versatile — Udderly Quiet™ Acoustic Panels are a great office accessory for posted messages or need to know information. Panels covered with the FR701 fabrics work with hook & loop Velcro® and are tackable.
Other Acoustic Panel Models
Udderly Quiet™ Acoustic Panel Installation Manual
Adhesive mounting is ideally suited for permanent applications requiring speed and ease of installation. This type of installation requires little to no layout time depending on various field conditions. Use this method if there is a potential for impact or other stresses. The adhesive method provides the strongest bond between panel and wall.
Z-clip mounting is ideal for applications where frequent panel removal & re-hanging is required. This type of installation demands careful planning and layout before the panels are placed on the wall. This type of mounting method will not support more weight than the panel itself. Panels mounted with Z-clips cannot be subjected to peel away stress as this may cause a failure of panel to Z-clip bond.
What is an Acoustic Fabric and what are my options?
An Acoustic Fabric is a fabric that is considered acoustically transparent. All Acoustic Fabrics have whats called an “Open Weave” which allows sound to travel through the fabric material and into the sound absorbent core. There are 1000’s of Acoustic Fabric Options.
Do I have to use one of your fabrics or can I provide my own?
These are your panels! We will wrap them in whatever fabric you choose. All we ask is that you send us a 36 inch x 36 inch sample of fabric so we can test it out. We want to make sure the adhesive bonds the materials properly and also make sure the adhesive doesn’t “bleed” through the fabric and create spots on the face of the panel.
How Big can I get the 300 Series Acoustic Panels?
The largest we can construct a seamless 300 Series Acoustic Panel is up to 4 ft. x 10 ft. For Larger Acoustic Panels, check out the 350 Series. Those models have Aluminum Frames which allows for larger panel construction.
What Shapes are available with the 300 Series Acoustic Panels?
These panels are totally customizable. We can make anything from rectangles to circles to free-form shapes. Some of our clients have provided patterns of modular designs. Check out our Udderly Quiet™ Acoustic Panels Gallery for some creative ways to use these Acoustic Panels.
What are the Most Economical sizes for Acoustic Panels?
Any Panel where one of the dimensions is 4 foot. 2 ft. x 4 ft., 4 ft. x 4 ft., 4 ft. x 5 ft., 4 ft x 8 ft. and 4 ft. x 10 ft. are the most popular and economical sizes for Acoustic Panels.
What Edge Profiles are available for the 300 Series Acoustic Panels?
We offer these panels with Square, Beveled, Mitred and Rounded edges. The Square and Beveled Profiles are by far the most popular.
How Many Acoustic Panels do I need?
We use Proprietory Acoustic Software and information from you about your space to answer this question. We use three main criteria to determine how much acoustic material is needed. First, we need to know the Dimensions (Length, Width and Height) of the Room or Space that is being treated. Typically, the larger the space the more Acoustic Panels are needed to drop the reverb time to a preferred level.
Second, we need to know the existing Wall, Ceiling and Floor construction materials. All Construction materials like Drywall, Concrete, Brick, Metal, Wood and Carpet have industry accepted inherent Acoustic Values that affect the acoustics of the space. We know these values and use them to help determine how much Acoustic Material is needed to get the desired results.
Third, we need to know How the Space is being used or the function of the space. The use of the space greatly affects the amount of absorption materials needed to achieve the desired results. Different spaces require different reverberation times. For example, A Recording Studio requires a much lower reverb time than an Office environment. A Restaurant requires a different reverb time than a Home Theater. We know the Industry accepted reverb times for a multitude of spaces and use these times when determining the amount of acoustic coverage.
The Fastest and most thorough way to find out how many panels you need is to call our Acoustic Team at 1-866-949-9269. Usually, you will have your answer in few short minutes. OR check out our Free Online Acoustic Analysis. Fill out the form and one of our consultants will respond!
How Much do these Acoustic Panels Cost?
The cost of this product varies greatly due to the multitude of sizes, configurations, covering options and the fact that each project is unique in terms of the amount needed to get the desired results.
The Best way to get a quote is to contact our Acoustic Team at 1-866-949- 9269. For most projects you will have a quote in hand in a few minutes.
Another viable option is to complete your Free Online Acoustic Analysis. A member from our Acoustic Team will contact you via email when your quote is ready!
How Long will it take to get my Acoustic Panels?
On average, it will take about 3-4 weeks from the time you place your order to delivery. However, our lead times may vary depending on production flow. Contact a member of our Acoustic Team to find out what the current Lead Time is for Acoustic Panels. 1-866-949-9269. Need it sooner? No worries. We can expedite orders to be delivered in 10 days!
I just got some panels for the connecting hall way between the offices of my partner and me. There is always people talking in the hallway and it gets a little bit noisy. I’m kind of klutz when I’m walking so I tend to walk into things. With it being a fiberglass the standard panel would not be durable enough for my lumbering down the hall. For that reason we went with the 300 Soft Sound because it had a layer of impact resistance. It seems to be working pretty well. Just yesterday I was sending an email on my phone and smacked right into it. The panel held up fine and it was easy to find a color to match the paint we had used in the hallway.
P. Ebersole, RI
As someone working in a museum it is very easy to say that sometimes people aren’t really paying attention to what they’re doing and where they’re walking. We have a great room where the sound was terrible and needed to put some soundproof paneling throughout to knock down some sound. We were a bit hesitant at first because we didn’t have the space to put them up high enough that people wouldn’t possibly bump against them. Saw the Impact Resistant panels and thought they would be perfect. I was right I’m proud to say. The noise is no longer an issue and I saw firsthand someone bump against it pretty hard without any damage to the panels. This turned out to be a great investment.