G&S Acoustics - Scores for the Win!

New aCapella Scores Sound Absorbing Panels Available from G&S Acoustics.
ST. LOUIS - Aug. 17, 2022 - PRLog -- Count on G&S Acoustics, a family-owned worldwide manufacturer of acoustical products, for the latest style options in sound absorbing wall panels. Introducing a winning way to add style and sound control to your walls!

aCapella Scores-Flute sound absorbing wall panels are scored with a v-groove design in the face of the ½" recycled polyester panel.
  • .45 NRC sound absorption rating
  • 16 colors, from neutrals to bold brights
  • 6 standard patterns — with custom designs available

aCapella Scores-FluteLayers are essentially the same, with the addition of a 1/8" thick recycled felt layer on top of the polyester panel for two-tone look.
  • .55 NRC sound absorption rating
  • 20 mFelt fabric colors to use atop the 16 aCapella base colors
  • 6 standard patterns — with custom designs available

Both aCapella Scores-Flute and aCapella Scores-FluteLayers meet sustainability requirements to use the Declare Label for Living Building Challenge Compliant Products, which discloses all intentionally-added ingredients and residuals.

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About G&S Acoustics
G&S Acoustics, a worldwide manufacturer of acoustical, tackable and sound diffusing wall and ceiling products, is a division of Golterman & Sabo, Inc., which began operations in 1946. G&S Acoustics' fabrication process includes custom designs, prints and shapes to visually and acoustically enhance any interior space. The company's extensive product line offers attractive and economical sound control systems for any application. For more information, visit http://www.gsacoustics.com or call 800-737-0307.

Golterman & Sabo is located at 3555 Scarlet Oak Blvd., St. Louis, MO, 63122. Visit gsacoustics.com

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