Sound is a form of energy. Energy cannot be eliminated but only converted into another type of energy. In our case, sound is converted into heat.
Our acoustic ceiling and wall products consists of an absorbent core, which is where the absorption of sound takes place. As an absorbent core, some form of porous board is usually used, often made from rock wool, glass wool, glass granules, PE etc. These boards are seldom attractive to the eye, and the grid pattern that occurs when these boards are installed is rarely appreciated. To remedy this, you need an aesthetically pleasing, seamless surface. A surface that also must be porous enough to allow the sound energy to reach the absorbent core. We use acoustical plaster to achieve an aesthetically pleasing, seamless surface. Acoustical plaster is an acoustically transparent plaster which is sprayed on and/or hand troweled to a seamless surface.
Appealing design and porosity, however, usually counteract each other. At Styjl, we solve this by working with a very fine porosity,
which is basically invisible to the naked eye.
The result is crafted acoustics with great looks and highly efficient sound-absorbing qualities.