Large-sized wood chip-acoustic panels were installed in many buildings, such as sports halls and multipurpose halls, office buildings in the 1970s to the 1980s. These are redeveloped today.
The advantages of wood-based materials, such as easy processing and their ecological harmlessness are still valid and widely accepted. .
Often only partial areas are in need of rehabilitation, for example after water damage. Then large-scale wood chip-acoustic panels with optically equivalent surface are interesting, so that even partial surfaces can be rehabilitated particularly economically. The existing substructure can often remain and continue to be used, which reduces the cost again.
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