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Acupanel is a beautifully designed decorative ceiling and wall panel with high quality acoustic properties. The panels can be easily attached to walls and ceilings for residential or commercial use. Modern style embodied in every respect.
The Acupanel color palette is manufactured in a smooth, luxury quality laminate finish. Panel strips with a clean, modern look are mounted on a uniquely designed recycled acoustic felt material. Quick and easy installation allows you to quickly transform any space.
Product update: Please note that as of August 1st, 2022 the production of 23mm thick color panels has been discontinued. Once this supply is exhausted, it is no longer produced. If you are unsure which batch your panels are from, please contact us prior to ordering.
- Acupanel is the original acoustic panel with wooden slats.
- All stock is held at our UK warehouse.
- Perfect for residential and commercial spaces.
- Carrier felt material made from recycled material.
- Quick and easy installation.
- Class A superior sound absorption.
240cm x 60cm
600 mm (Ancho)
Coverage of 1.44 m²
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The Acupanel range is designed for easy installation. We recommend screwing the panels directly to the wall with the correct fasteners through the acoustic sheeting, or screwing into posts if you want to enhance the sound characteristics even further. For ceiling mounting, the panels can be screwed directly into the ceiling joists.
The Acupanel range is fully stocked in our UK warehouse. We offer free delivery on our Acupanel range!
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A clean, modern and elegant design.
Our Acupanel Louvre Wall Panels have been carefully designed to effortlessly transform any space, enhancing the surroundings both visually and aurally.The wood paneling helps create an environment that is not only tranquil, but also wonderfully modern, calming and relaxing.
The panels not only offer aesthetic sophistication and excellent acoustic dampening, but are also made exclusively from environmentally friendly materials. All materials come from certified sustainable sources, a totally eco-friendly product.
Designed for quick and easy installation.
Simply screw the panels directly through the acoustic felt into the wall with the correct fasteners, or screw into studs if you want to further enhance the tonal characteristics. For ceiling mounting, the panels can be screwed directly into the ceiling joists.
Frequently asked questions about Acupanel
How are the panels arriving?
Acupanel wall panels are shipped in boxes; If more than one panel is required, we will pack two panels in one carton.
Are the panels available in larger sizes?
All our panels are available in the size 240 cm x 60 cm. A selection of our panels are available in 300cm x 60cm and 360cm x 60cm sizes.
How do I install the panels?
If you are aiming for class A sound absorption, we recommend installing the panels with rods. However, if you have them for decorative purposes while still wanting to absorb the sound, we recommend screwing the panels directly through the acoustic felt backing into the wall with black or gray screws, depending on your choice of backing.
Do you produce custom plate sizes?
We do not currently offer the panels in custom sizes; However, we designed them to be easily trimmed if you need them smaller. They also snap together if you need larger ones.
Can the panels be used in a bathroom or kitchen?
In these areas the panels are perfectly fine as long as they are not in direct contact with water. However, we recommend applying a waterproof coating to the front of the planks whenever possible to protect them from getting wet or damp.
Can the acoustic panels be used outdoors?
The Acupanel range is designed for indoor use only.
What do I do if I need to install plugs, windows or other items?
It's easy to adjust the panels to fit around any object. You can cut the slats widthwise with a saw, and you can cut the felt lengthwise with a sharp blade and then apply it around whatever is on your surface.
What surfaces can I install the panels on?
You can mount the panels on any surface including brick, concrete and plasterboard.
Do the colors in the pictures match the panels in real life?
The wood used always comes from the same source, so they always look more or less the same. However, since it is natural wood, there may be knots, slight cracks and color deviations. Please contact us if you would like us to send you pictures of the exact lot you might receive.
How can I hide the panel borders?
The panels are designed to have an exposed edge. When the slats are cut through, they are completely black, so one edge always looks like the rest of the panels.
Can I hide cables behind the panels?
YYou definitely can!
Can I add something behind the panels to increase soundproofing?
When mounting with rods, you can use mineral wool or other soundproofing material between the gaps, which will further increase the sound-absorbing properties.
Are some of your panels FSC certified?
We have a number of panels with FSC certification. Please contact us if you need more information about the panels we offer with this certification.
Why should I choose a finished panel?
It is always recommended to varnish natural wood to protect it and more importantly to make it look even better than it already is. For our contemporary oak and contemporary walnut panels, we now offer a satin decorative panel with an oil finish, eliminating the need to finish the panels yourself. Please note that this is a decorative finish only and does not provide protection from heat, water or moisture.
Do you supply the panels?
We do, and we offer free UK mainland delivery on the Acupanel range! You can also pick up the goods directly from our warehouse.
What is your return policy?
You can return unused Acupanels within 30 days of delivery.
Are samples available?
Yes, you can buy a sampleby clicking here.
Do you have any questions?
Our team is there for you Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. M. until 5:00 p.m. M. to answer all questions about our product range.
Give us a call01525 851166.
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Perfect for residential and commercial spaces.
Acupanel wood lath panels are ideal for residential and commercial applications, from residential interior design projects to restaurant remodeling and large hotel projects.
Clean, modern and elegant contemporary design.
Luxurious wood slat wall panels have been carefully designed to effortlessly transform any space, enhancing the surroundings both visually and aurally.
Felt backing made from recycled material.
Acupanel's wood is sourced and manufactured from certified sustainable sources, while our base felt is made from recycled materials. A complete product that respects the environment.
Class A excellent soundproofing properties.
The perfect solution for efficient sound absorption and reducing the reverberation time of noise in your room. Class A sound absorption can be achieved when mounted with batons.
A carefully designed, handcrafted fairing solution.
Acupanel wood slat wall and ceiling panels have been carefully designed to perfectly transform any space, enhancing the surroundings both visually and aurally.
Designed for a quick and easy installation process.
Simply screw the panels directly into the wall through the acoustic felt backing. If you want class A sound absorption, you can also install the panels with rods.
You can cut the slats' widthways with a saw, and the felt lengthways with a sharp blade to apply around any item you may have on your surface.What is acupanel made from? ›
The contemporary Acupanel range is produced with a luxury quality, smooth wood veneer finish. Lamella strips with a clean, modern appearance are mounted onto a uniquely designed, recycled acoustic felt material.What is the best tool to cut paneling? ›
A jigsaw provides a fast, safe way to cut plywood. The catch: It's nearly impossible to keep the narrow blade cutting straight when sawing the thin sheets. The solution is to clamp a pair of straight-edge boards in place to serve as a saw guide. Place the first guide board on the paneling parallel with the cut line.What is the best glue for Acupanel? ›
A construction glue or grab adhesive is recommend for this.What wood is used for paneling? ›
What wood should I use for panelling? Medium-density fibreboard (MDF) is the most common type of wood panelling used for interior walls in hallways, living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms and bathrooms. When painted using paint for MDF panelling, wall panels give spaces a really textured, architectural look.What kind of wood is paneling? ›
Most cladding is made from one of these; here's what to consider with each option. You can find solid-wood tongue-and-groove or shiplap boards in a range of species, from budget-friendly pine and poplar to pricier woods like redwood, cedar, and cypress.
Modern wood paneling has: Hardwood veneers. Premium plywood backing. Lower-grade hardwood on back to control movement.How thick should acoustic panels be? ›
The 2" thick profile is the most popular and a safe bet for anyone planning a DIY vocal booth, studio, home theater, rehearsal space, or a broadcasting area. 3 inch thick acoustic foam will help absorb high, mid, and low end frequencies.What is the best wood for DIY acoustic panels? ›
In a nutshell, the best soundproof wood types are Cork, Acoustic Plywood, Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF), and Oriented Strand Board (OSB).How far apart should slats be? ›
Slats sit inside a mattress foundation or bed frame and are typically spaced 2 to 2.75 inches apart to support the mattress. They're designed to keep body weight evenly distributed and prevent sinking. Some bed frames have slats connected to one another, similar to a ladder.
Premium: Solid Hardwood Slats
Walnut and white oak are the most iconic wood textures (especially when it comes to wooden wall panelling), but more affordable options like ash or maple can also work well.
Vertical slat walls give the illusion that the walls and ceilings are taller than they really are. Horizontal slat walls tend to make a room look spacious and are a good option for smaller rooms or hallways.Should you cut paneling face up or down? ›
Setup Rule. A portable circular saw cuts upward; the blade enters the underside of the paneling and exits through the top side. The exit side is where splintering occurs. To avoid marring the face of your paneling, place the panel on the sawhorses or other support with its face-side down.How do you make paneling look seamless? ›
Hiding unsightly seams is as simple as applying a premade joint compound over them. With careful sanding, the compound creates a smooth surface you can easily refinish with a new coat of paint. You don't even have to tear down paneling to start remodeling!Will Home Depot cut wall paneling for you? ›
If you have a big project coming up and don't have a truck, you might be wondering “will Home Depot cut wood for me?” The short answer is yes, they will cut wood for you.Should you nail or glue panelling? ›
Also, paneling may be applied with nails or panel adhesive. The advantage of using adhesives is that the panel surface is unmarked by depressions that result from the use of nails and, therefore, adhesives typically give a better appearing job.Can you use Gorilla Glue for Panelling? ›
How do I glue MDF panels to the wall? It's best to use a strong heavy duty adhesive like Gorilla Glue or No Nonsense Grab adhesive.What is the black glue behind paneling? ›
One of the most common flooring adhesives is called “black asbestos mastic.” Wallpaper and wall panels were commonly installed using asbestos adhesives. When wall panels are removed, the adhesive left behind is often visible as brittle old daubs.What finish is best for wood paneling? ›
When painting wood wall paneling, you can choose between water-based or oil-based paints. For most interior wall painting applications, water-based acrylic/latex paints are a good choice. Water-based latex paint cleans up with water, is less smelly, and dries quickly.What finish for wood paneling? ›
For a more finished look use Crystal Urethane. It is a very durable, hard film urethane that comes in gloss, semi-gloss, or satin sheen. Crystal Urethane does not yellow nor does it deepen the color of your walls or logs. The wood stays its original color and the urethane provides a satiny, easy to damp wipe surface.
You want 9mm thick boards as this will give you the best panelling effect, 6mm is too thin and 12mm is too thick.How thick should wood paneling be? ›
Planks and panels vary in thickness, with some popular sizes being 1/2 inch and 3/4 inch. MDF panels are thinner at roughly 1/4 inch. Some things to consider: If you're installing over an existing wall, thinner panels work best.What is the danger of wood paneling? ›
Wood naturally absorbs the moisture in the air and expands, which causes warping or buckling. Additionally, high humidity levels can lead to other issues like mold. Any moisture trapped under paneling can increase the risk of warped paneling or hidden mold growth.Why do old houses have wood paneling? ›
Before the age of gypsum and drywall, interior plaster walls were vulnerable to all sorts of potential damage. Hence the paneled wall, and the wainscot—a protective and decorative covering for the lower third (or so) of the wall. Early wainscots were always wood, but later innovations would introduce many alternatives.Does wood paneling decrease home value? ›
Wood paneling won't decrease your home value if incorporated properly. Having wood paneling in your home won't increase its value by an exorbitant amount, but it will definitely be one of its main selling points. It will also help contribute to the property's overall aesthetics.How long does acoustic panels last? ›
Durability: Soundproof foam will last up to 10 years. The foam in couch cushions or mattresses may wear away, but acoustic foam is non-dusting, meaning it resists crumbling and flaking off.Are acoustic panels enough? ›
Acoustic panels enhance the comfort and function of every space, whether residential or commercial. They absorb sound and create a superior atmosphere. Acoustical panels lessen overall sound in the room, filter any outside sounds around it, and remove any unwanted noise or background sound inside the room.Are acoustic panels worth it? ›
Your investment in acoustic panels is worthwhile. They miraculously absorb all unwanted sound waves that would otherwise bounce off and disturb the room's acoustics. The greatest way to lower the room's mid- and high-frequency sound waves is with acoustic panels.What is the best material to use for acoustic panels? ›
An acoustically transparent fabric is one that will allow sound to pass through it with a little barrier. This is an essential factor because you want the sound passing to pass through the fabric and be absorbed by the acoustic panels; for this, you will want to use an acoustic foam or fiberglass wool.Can I use bed sheets for acoustic panels? ›
You will need some form of fabric to cover the back of your panels to prevent loose particles of Rockwool falling out. You can use a breathable fabric but there is a cheaper way. Instead, use some old bedsheets.
No, acoustic panels will not reduce noise through walls. Acoustic panels are designed to absorb sound waves and reduce the amount of noise that travels within an open space. While they can help to dampen sound within a room, they cannot prevent the transfer of sound between rooms.Why are acoustic panels so expensive? ›
Acoustic panels are expensive because of high shipping costs, expensive materials used for acoustic panels, and the opacity benchmark of the market. and thus can be charged higher because of it. Acoustic foams are not expensive.What wood is best for acoustic sound? ›
Spruce. This evergreen, found in northern temperate regions of the globe, is literally top choice: the ideal wood for the soundboard, or top, of an acoustic guitar.Do acoustic panels get dusty? ›
While you are doing your Spring cleaning, however, you may wonder how do you clean acoustic panels? They are dusty, have pen marks, and it's not like you can throw them in a washing machine. We're here to help, so here is how you should go about cleaning your acoustic panels.Can I use plywood instead of slats? ›
Yes, you can use plywood instead of bed slats! Plywood is an incredibly versatile material whose strength and flexibility make it a great option for furniture pieces like beds or other types of furniture.How thick and wide should bed slats be? ›
Slats should be flat, sturdy, non-flexible, and preferably made of strong wood that is at least ¾” thick. Plywood slats are not recommended unless the ply is at least 1” thick. To avoid mattress flex between slats, the spacing should be less than 3” apart but no more than 4” apart.
Perfect base support for your Full Size Mattress. Slat Dimension: 54 in long x 2 3/4 in wide x 5/8 in tall.What is the disadvantage of slat wall? ›
- Costly – Every merchandiser understands that every quality product comes at a cost. Slatwalls are no different. ...
- Potentially Difficult to Install – Whereas slatwalls are typically easy to install, stores with brick or concrete walls will encounter some trouble.
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Steel is a great alternative to wood to achieve those very straight lines that will hold up over time and not change shape. The construction cost of using steel is more expensive than wood, but not by a considerable amount. Steel also has the added benefit of far less cost for upkeep.
The slats range from ½-inch wide to 2-inches wide, depending on the look you're going for. You can buy 1-inch-by-2-inch slats and work with those, or if you feel confident in your woodworking skills cut larger pieces of wood to the desired size. The spacing between the slats can vary as well.How much weight can slat wall hold? ›
Un-reinforced slatwall will hold about 12 pounds per bracket 12" from the wall. Reinforced slatwall will hold about 50 pounds per bracket also 12” from the wall.Should slats be curved up or down? ›
The curved slats provide a small amount of springiness. The curve increases strength of the slats. The curve when pushed down pushes the ends of the slats tighter into the frame securing a stronger fit.Can you cut slatwall panels? ›
Yes, slatwall can be cut. Slatwall is a type of wall paneling that is commonly used in retail store displays and garages to hang and organize various items.Can you cut sound panels? ›
The acoustic foam panels are soft and malleable enough to cut with scissors or a utility knife. However, these tools often leave rugged or uneven edges and give the foam an unprofessional look. To avoid these imperfections use an electric carving knife to cut acoustic foam.Can you cut VJ Panelling? ›
You may use a handsaw or an electric circular saw for cutting Intrim VJ Board Pro wall sheets.Can you cut acoustic board? ›
The acoustic panels can be easily cut to any size. The easiest way to do this is with a fine-toothed saw.Are all Slatwall panels the same? ›
However, it is important to note that not all slatwall accessories are created equal. Some may be designed to fit a specific type of slatwall panel or may be made of a different material that is not compatible with certain types of slatwall.Are all slatwall accessories compatible? ›
If their slatwall systems have a proprietary design, you'll locked into buying only that slatwall manufacturer's accessories — accessories from other manufacturers won't work. If you're happy with the slatwall accessories available from a manufacturer, that's great!What is the best way to cut slatwall? ›
If the Slatwall needs to be cut-to-size, cut the panels face down. Using a portable circular saw with a sharp saw blade (60-80 teeth) is recommended. Keep in mind that if using a table saw, the panel should be cut face up. Note: If cutting the panel with aluminum inserts, use a carbide tipped saw blade.