Snowsound Diesis Acoustic Drape System

Snowsound Diesis Acoustic Drape System

Snowsound Diesis Acoustic Drape System is a sound-absorbing element with steel base and drapes based on Snowsound-Fiber technology.

Product Description

Snowsound Diesis Acoustic Drape System is a sound-absorbing element with steel base and drapes based on Snowsound-Fiber technology. These pieces feature steel frames at the top that create the sound-absorbing drape, thus assuming precise rays and layers, designed to optimise acoustic performance. Diesis is available in both ceiling mounted or free-standing versions.

Sound is formed by waves that reflect off solid surfaces. In rooms constructed from timber, concrete or glass, echoes can be created causing an unpleasant, loud environment.

Snowsound Diesis Acoustic Drape System patented technology is based on the use of panels composed of material with variable densities to achieve selective absorption at different frequencies, optimising the acoustic environment.

In Australia this Product Contributes To:

Australian Green Star – Education IEQ Credit 8: Flooring / Furniture

Australian Green Star – Office Interiors IEQ Credit 11: Furniture / Wall Systems

Caimi Brevetti’s Snowsound® sound-absorbing panels have received the prestigious GREENGUARD Gold Certification, certifying that they are low-emitting products.

GREENGUARD Certified products also contribute toward credits within the Indoor Environmental Quality section of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Building Rating System.

Representative samples of products bearing the GREENGUARD Certification mark have been independently tested and certified that they meet UL’s rigorous third-party GREENGUARD Certification standards, which are among the most stringent in the world. To help reduce indoor air pollution, architects, designers, specifiers and building owners should choose materials and products which release the fewest possible pollutants (also known as low-emitting products). A great way to do this is by choosing products that are GREENGUARD Certified, which means they have been screened for over 10,000 chemicals.