Solo™ Square 1200mm - Special Colours
Please contact a member of our team at email@example.com regarding placing an order for special colours.
Please be aware that all special colours have a lead time of 3-6 weeks with a minimum order quantity of four panels. You will be informed of a delivery date after placing an order. Once an order for a special colour has been placed it cannot be cancelled.
Depending on the amount of panels on your order, we may need to deliver by pallet which will require boxes to be offloaded by hand.
DIY - Quick and simple fixing
Solo™ Square acoustic suspended ceiling rafts are lightweight making them easy and simple to install using the template and fittings provided. Whether you’re creating a pattern or installing them near the source of noise, our template helps you place them in your chosen location quickly and easily.
Our installation guide, along with the information included with the product, will help you make sure your surface and fixing method can safely hold the weight of each panel.
The Solo™ Square acoustic ceiling panel has been the go-to option for better room acoustics for more than a decade. These acoustic panels are suspended from the ceiling to absorb noise that travels upwards. This makes them ideal for rooms with high ceilings, or where ceilings are closer than walls to sources of noise.
The panels use high density glass wool and a sound-absorbent surface for great acoustic performance. See the full acoustic data here.
Subtle and Effective
The suspension kit provided creates an effortless floating appearance whilst the unique colour helps them to blend into the décor of most ceilings.
The panels are finished with a white Akutex FT painted surface. This improves sound absorption, while also making them easier to clean.
Solo™ Square acoustic ceiling panels are made using recycled glass and a plant-based binding agent, making them better for the environment. Free from added formaldehyde, these natural materials also help you maintain healthy indoor air.
The glass wool core of the tiles is tested and classified as non-combustible according to EN ISO 1182.