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Ceiling Baffles & Rafts

Find out about suspended acoustic ceiling baffles and rafts can help control sound in meeting rooms and offices of any size.

PET Felt Wall Panels

These innovative and sustainably created panel combine stunning bespoke design with exceptional sound-absorbing properties.

Fabric Wrapped Wall Panels

Our selection of acoustic core materials is diverse, and we take great care to ensure a visually pleasing finish using contemporary fabrics.

Pongs Acoustic Wall

Printed Stretched Fabric wall art with a Class A acoustic rated fleece lining.

Ceiling Attenuation

Achieve effective airborne sound attenuation lightweight acoustic plenum barriers

Slat Wall Panels

They’re not what you think. You’ve seen the MDF version but ours are Class A sound absorbing and look even better.

Acoustic Blinds

Learn more about how our sound absorbing acoustic blinds can reduce noise pollution from outside or within the building.

Acoustic Privacy Pods

See how our innovative privacy pods can reduce noise levels while complimenting and working with your office design.

Acoustic Wall Art

Our printable sound absorbing textile is made from 100% post-consumer recycled polyester. Sustainable, environmentally friendly and permanently flame retardant.

Work Zone Dividers & Hanging Screens

Vertical hanging panels for ceilings act as room dividers. These sound absorbers can be moved close to the source of noise for the early absorption of problem sound waves.

3D Tiles

Our 3D range comes in a huge array of colours, shapes and designs to suit any background, providing a high standard of acoustic treatment in a flexible and stylish way.

Mycelium Acoustic Wall Tile

A ground breaking innovation in acoustic wall tiles. Crafted from a unique combination of mycelium and industrial hemp.

Acoustic Lighting

Step into the spotlight with a marriage of innovative lighting design and sound-absorbing materials.

Sound Masking Systems

A white noise technology-driven approach to controlling ambient noise in indoor spaces.

Cork Tiles

Craft an acoustic wall with natural presence and depth.

Natural Preserved Moss

Acoustic Solutions Inspired By Nature

Acoustic Materials


PET panels are made from postconsumer plastic beverage bottles out of landfills and oceans. Every square foot of panel contains the regenerated fibres made from approximately 10 (20oz) recycled bottles

The discarded drinks bottles are cleaned and cut into flakes before being melted and extruded into fibres of natural white colour.

The regenerated fibres are clean and odourless like virgin fibres.

The regenerated fibres are then integrated into the carded multi-layer web construction and thermo bonding process to create new material for acoustic panels.

With a unique production process, acoustic panels can be recycled again at the end of their useful life.

A minimum of 108 No 20 oz. recycled bottles is used to manufacture one full sheet 2800 x 1200 of PET panels

Sourcing Regenerated PET

We source clean, quality regenerated PET fibres for use in our acoustic products. These fibres are made from recycled PET bottles that would normally go to landfill, closing the loop on a valuable resource.

PET as an Acoustic Material

Enhance Your Office Environment with Acoustic Solutions by THINK.

  •  Available in 12mm and 24m thickness
  •  1200mm wide x 2400mm & 2700mm Lengths per panel
  •  Made from 60% recycled PET (from used plastic bottles)
  •  Easy to install with contact adhesive
  •  100% Recyclable at end of life
  •  Manufacturer’s 5-year guarantee
  •  Not affected by moisture, mould or mildew
  •  No formaldehyde binders
  •  Low VOCs
  • Noise Reducing Coefficient (NRC) .45
  • Different mounting options available to increase NRC rating
  • Large range of designs to chose from to create your own bespoke design REACH: PASS
  • Fire Rating EN 13501-1:2007+a1:2009 – B, s1, d0 ASTM E84-16 – Class A

Helping Architects, Designers and specifiers meet their clean building goals.

PET felt is made from regenerated PET fibres with a minimum of 60% – 75% recycled content. All our acoustic products are tested against internationally recognized environmental and human safety standards and accreditations to ensure our products are manufactured safely and are safe for human use. We can provide specification sheets and accreditations from all our suppliers of acoustic materials and products.

All our PET options have relevant fire certification.

Acoustic diagnosis and Treatment

THINK offer a multi disciplinary approach to acoustics. When you have acoustic, reverberation, noise transfer/Transmission and absorption issues within a space the following steps can be taken to diagnose and offer acoustic treatment.

Design Stage, Initial paper based acoustic assessment to determine the estimated RT60 time of the space.

Existing Space and/or site visit and survey of the problematic areas and Diagnosis.

Treatment proposal based on the paper-based report and schedule of coverage and materials required to rectify the issue.

Onsite pre and post Testing

If there is a wider issue covering multiple areas, we recommend and provide onsite pre and post acoustic testing which will accurately define the current RT60 times in the spaces and detect any wider issue in the spaces. Treatment proposal is based on industry standard RT60 times and room usage i.e. AV requirements/In person meetings.

This allows us to specify the correct materials, coverage and location within a space.

After treatment we provide onsite post testing to certify the treatment provided has met the acoustic report targets and certifies the treatment.

In general, we recommend an initial site survey with paper-based report and then on-site post testing but this is not always required.

Key Concept

What is Reverb Time?

Reverb time is the time it takes a sound to drop by
sixty decibels to a ‘background noise level’. RT60

Short reverb time = clarity

When a Sound Wave Encounters an Object, Three Things Happen








Numeric representations of the level of sound absorption of a given surface. The scale goes from 0 (perfect reflection) to 1 (prefect absorption). This scale is used to measure the effectiveness of ceiling tiles, baffles, and other acoustic design elements. Depending on the test setup, some results can exceed 1.


In acoustics, absorption refers to the dampening – or reduction of – sound as it strikes a given surface. The higher the absorption, the more the sound is reduced.


The efficacy with which sound is evenly distributed throughout a given environment. A well-diffused acoustic environment results in a balanced, and typically, attractive sound response.


The persistence in a sound after that sound is produced. An echo is a form of reverberation, and is particularly offensive in an office environment.

Enhance your space with design-driven acoustic excellence.