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A design innovation poised at the intersection of artistry and functionality. In the realm of architectural acoustics, where the harmony of sound and space defines our experiences, acoustic baffle ceilings emerge as pivotal elements, reshaping environments with their transformative capabilities. Metal, wood, and fabric—three versatile materials that have revolutionized the landscape of acoustic design. From sleek and modern metal baffles to the warm embrace of wooden panels and the soft elegance of fabric solutions, each material offers a unique blend of aesthetic appeal and acoustic performance. Acoustic baffle ceilings offer a comprehensive solution for enhancing both the acoustic and visual aspects of interior spaces, making them a preferred choice for architects, designers, and building owners seeking to create comfortable, aesthetically pleasing environments.

Key Features of Europhon Acoustic Baffles

Noise reduction

Acoustic baffles in ceilings absorb sound, lessening reverberation and managing noise for a calm environment, ideal for productivity and relaxation.

Speech Intelligibility

Acoustic baffle ceilings reduce echoes and noise, improving speech clarity for better communication in offices, classrooms, and conference rooms.

Aesthetic Enhancement

Baffle ceilings elevate interior spaces, enriching aesthetics with sleek metal, warm wood, or soft fabric, harmonizing with diverse design styles.

Design Flexibility

Acoustic baffle ceilings provide unmatched design adaptability, allowing customization in shape, size, color, material, and configuration for creative vision fulfillment.

Space Optimization

Baffle ceilings, adaptable in height and angle, optimize space in rooms with tall ceilings or irregular layouts, concealing HVAC systems and lighting for a cleaner aesthetic.

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Acoustic baffle ceilings are ideal for open-plan offices, meeting rooms, and collaborative workspaces where controlling noise levels and ensuring speech privacy are essential for productivity and concentration.


Schools, colleges, and universities benefit from acoustic baffle ceilings in classrooms, lecture halls, libraries, and study areas, where clear communication and focus are crucial for learning.

Auditoriums and Theaters

In venues such as auditoriums, theaters, and concert halls, acoustic baffle ceilings improve sound quality, enhance the listening experience, and minimize reverberation, creating a more immersive and enjoyable atmosphere for audiences.


Acoustic baffle ceilings contribute to a healing environment in hospitals, clinics, and healthcare facilities by reducing noise distractions, providing privacy in patient rooms, and improving communication between staff and patients.


Hotels, restaurants, bars, and lounges use acoustic baffle ceilings to create comfortable and inviting environments for guests, where conversation can flow easily without being disrupted by excessive noise.

Cultural Institutions

Museums, galleries, and exhibition spaces benefit from acoustic baffle ceilings to control noise levels, enhance the viewing experience, and create a serene environment for contemplation and reflection.



Ensure that the surface is clean, dry, and free from any debris. Remove any existing ceiling fixtures or obstructions that may hinder the installation process.

Measurement and Layout

Create a layout plan to evenly distribute the panels across the ceiling while considering any lighting fixtures or ventilation systems.

Installation of Suspension System

nstall the suspension system according to the product manual. This typically involves securing the main runners or tracks to the ceiling joists using appropriate fasteners

Mounting Acoustic Baffle Panels

Carefully place the Acoustic Baffle panels onto the suspended grid structure. Ensure that the panels are aligned correctly and securely attached to the cross tees or suspension wires.


Once all panels are installed, make any necessary adjustments to ensure uniform spacing and alignment. Trim any excess suspension wires or adjust the height of the baffles if needed.

Technical Specifications

Acoustic Baffles


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High-quality metal alloys such as aluminum or steel, Natural wood species, High-quality acoustic fabric with sound-absorbing properties, available in various colors, textures, and patterns. Acoustic baffle ceilings, whether constructed from metal, wood, or fabric, offer a multitude of advantages that make them highly desirable for architectural and interior design applications.

Finish Options

Various finishes available, including powder coating, anodizing, and metallic coatings, to achieve desired aesthetics and durability. Stained, painted, or clear-coated finishes are available to enhance the natural beauty of the wood and match interior design aesthetics. Typically made of polyester, fiberglass, or recycled PET fibers, with options for different densities and acoustic performance levels.

Panel Thickness

Depending on the specific design and acoustic requirements.

Panel Dimensions

Customizable panel sizes and shapes, such as rectangular, square, or curved, to fit the architectural design and ceiling layout.

Acoustical Performance

Achieves desired noise reduction coefficients (NRC) and sound absorption capabilities based on panel thickness, perforation patterns, and backing materials.