Our PVC Baffles are made to order and cannot be returned. All sales are final.
Need help determining how many panels to order?
Email or call us to speak with an acoustical specialist.
firstname.lastname@example.org or (708) 613-0450
|Boxes||Price||Price Per Tile|
|1 - 5||$240.00||$30.00|
|6 - 10||$220.00||$27.50|
|11 - Unlimited||$200.00||$25.00|
Commonly used in gyms, swimming pools and industrial spaces, our PVC Baffles are used to absorb sound and reduce noisy echos (reverberation times) in large open spaces. The durable panels consist of fiberglass wrapped in PVC, which allows you to wipe them off when needed.
Our PVC baffles allow the most sound absorption per unit by absorbing sound from all sides. In addition, the baffles are also the cheapest acoustical product per square foot. The baffles may be hung vertically from any ceilings in a variety of designs or layouts. Installation is easy with the grommets provided along the top of the panel.
The panels are made to order and all orders ship in 2-4 weeks depending on quantity and color.
NRC is noise reduction coefficient. All acoustical panels and products are tested by independent labs and given a rating for the percentage of noise they absorb. This product with an NRC of 1.0 means it absorbs 100% of the noise that hits it. To give you an idea of some other materials to compare – traditional lay-in ceiling tiles you see in offices are .55, carpet is only .10, drywall or concrete is .05, and glass or metal is .03. Obviously 1.0 is very good and a BIG improvement over a plain drywall ceiling
No – feel free to contact us with the dimensions and specifics of your room and we can help figure out how many baffles you would need need, but typically hanging our PVC Baffles from just 30-50% of the ceiling is enough to quiet down an echo. Some people will cover the whole ceiling for the visual look, but acoustically that is overkill. The upgrade from metal at .03 to PVC Baffles at 1.0 NRC is so great that doing a simple checkerboard pattern, little “pods” of panels or spaced out in rows is more than enough.