Acoustics and ventilation in one solution
The functional interior design was also reflected in the soundproofing, and a combination of ventilation and room acoustic solution was created. Diffused ceiling ventilation is the future, especially for large open spaces.
How does diffusion ceiling ventilation work?
Diffusion ventilation works in such a way that an air supply is created behind the ceiling boards (overpressure chamber) in such a way that a relatively fine overpressure is created over the entire surface of the ceiling. Here, fresh air constantly flows under low pressure, especially between the ceiling boards.
Diffused ceiling ventilation also allows a relatively high rate of ventilation compared to traditional ventilation solutions without causing any discomfort. The pressure is so low that no form of ventilation noise can be heard, and it is so evenly distributed that the room is covered with fresh air up to the corners. This form of ventilation system can remove large volumes of heat without compromising comfort in the form of drafts or large temperature differences.
It fulfills the function of acoustic absorption and silent ventilation
Since diffusion ventilation does not need air distribution in the ceiling, the full acoustic effect is maintained over the entire surface of the ceiling. In other words, almost the entire surface of the ceiling absorbs sound and at the same time supplies fresh air – the ceiling is completely active in terms of both acoustics and ventilation.
By using mineral wool acoustic tiles, it is not necessary to install any other types of tiles or acoustic materials on the ceiling to achieve a good acoustic result. Similarly, if the room already has a ceiling of this type, it will often be possible to implement diffused ceiling ventilation without adding new types of materials.
All that is needed is some acoustic tiles to replace the tiles that were previously used for ventilation ducts, as well as a few tests, cleaning and last but not least some technical know-how to make sure that the ceiling and the ventilation system are suitable for this solution.
Each space has different needs and it is not always possible to combine ventilation and acoustic insulation. Contact usand find out which ceiling soundproofing is best for your space.