Ceiling Absorber Panels

  • Ceiling Absorber Panels

Ceiling Absorber Panels

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A high performance acoustic panel that can be bonded directly to the ceiling substrate or suspended on lightweight frames.

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Made to Measure Ceiling Absorber Panels

A simple and effective method for reducing the effects of undesirable sound reflections, ceiling absorber panels are an ideal solution for a wide variety of environments and offer an effective and economic alternative to the installation of a complete suspended ceiling system.

Our ceiling absorber panels are manufactured from lightweight melamine foam with an acoustically transparent fabric covering, which provides a decorative, high quality finish with a panel weight of 0.78kg/m².

  • 32 Colour Options
  • Any size up to 1.2m x 1.2m
  • Commercial and Domestic Use
  • Panel weight of 0.78kg/m²
  • Direct bond or suspended hook fix
  • Class 0 and Class 1 Flame Retardancy

Maximum size panels are 1.20m wide x 1.20m high x 50mm thick and are available in a wide range of colours. A minimum of 2 No. panels are required to place to an order.


Please Note: All our sound absorber panels are made to order. Approximate lead time: 1-2 weeks.

Technical Information

View our technical datasheet below for more in-depth information.

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How To Purchase

Available for purchase in made to measure sizes up to 1.2m x 1.2m.
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Ceiling Absorber Panels

A superb quality melamine foam covered with an acoustically transparent fabric, available in wide selection of colours to suit any application.



Ceiling Absorber Panels
Weight 0.78kg/m²
Thickness 50mm
Maximum Size 120cm x 120cm
Colour Range 32 Colours
Flame Retardancy View Product Datasheet

The melamine foam core meets the requirements of BS476:Part 6:1981 and Part 7:1987 Class 0, whilst the standard fabric achieves BS476:Part 7:1987 Class 1. The panel thermal conductivity is 0.035W/mK @ 10°C.