Acoustic Ceiling Tiles | Sound Absorbing Tiles


Acoustic ceiling tiles are of two types, one is suspended and the other one is dropped ceiling grid. They are used to cut the echo in the room and give an aesthetical look to a room. The acoustic ceiling tiles are made of acoustic materials that help in the reduction of noise in a room like fiberglass, foam, wood, polyester, and other substrates. And also comes in a variety of colors. Acoustic ceiling tiles come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and materials. The most common materials used are fiberglass, mineral wool, and foam. The tiles can be installed in a grid system that is suspended from the ceiling, or they can be directly attached to the ceiling.

Room Acoustics is also another goal of dropped ceiling tiles. For instance, highly absorptive materials used in the making of acoustic ceiling tiles like fiberglass or foam can be used to cut echo and reverberation within the space.

Ceiling tiles have a long history of improving and assisting with the acoustics of the room.  Sound-absorbing tiles are presented in a wide variety of materials, shapes, and designs to improve the acoustic properties of any space.

These soundproofing tiles manage sound control in balance for comfort to those living in large or small areas. Roof tiles are engineered with different materials and features that meet the different needs of each application. For high-end decorative applications that require the best acoustic control with visual aesthetics, then silk metal ceiling tiles should be considered. No matter what your requirements are, we will mix you with the ideal solution.

The importance of room acoustics can be understated where the echo is a main problem in schools, concert halls, and workplaces where the noise level can be considerably high.


High noise in the room can irritate the people inside the space and it also cuts speech intelligibility and makes it difficult for a person to understand the other person’s talk. But a room that is too quiet, and doesn’t have any sound may seem lifeless and dull.

The acoustical ceiling tiles system has improved significantly over the years. Now acoustic ceiling tiles can provide heightened sound absorption and echo control in a room. In addition to improving acoustics and reducing noise, acoustic ceiling tiles can also provide thermal insulation and improve the overall appearance of a room. They are often used in conference rooms, music studios, classrooms, and other spaces where clear communication is important.

An increased level of noise over a longer period can cause discomfort for the people who are in and use the facilities. Above all, this can also affect significant safety and health conditions of the person who is staying inside a room for a longer period. In the worst case, it could lead to irreversible hearing damage to a person.

Ecotone- Sound absorbing tiles

A suspended ceiling is made up of Acoustic Ceiling Tiles which are the best solution for noise control in space. These sound absorbing tiles sometimes also called a lay-in ceiling, this type ceiling system is versatile, durable, and cost-effective. In addition, it is easy to remove the tiles without causing any damage to the system, which helps in maintaining the above ceiling. These are useful in both industrial as well as commercial and institutional buildings. Acoustic ceiling tiles are a popular ceiling material that now has a variety of aesthetic options related to color and material provided by Ecotone Systems.

Our acoustic ceiling tiles come in various finishes like fabric laminated, mica laminated and they are also available in many colors and can be designed according to the client’s requirement. The thickness of acoustic ceiling tile is 15 mm and they are having high performance in controlling the noise within the space and the NRC 0.95 can be achieved.

Uses / Application

Acoustic ceiling tiles having high NRC value, widely used in Auditorium, Multiplexes, Home Theatre, Lecture Hall, Library, Gymnasium, Hospital, School, Shopping center, Office building, IT Sector, Airports, Recording Studio, Conference Hall, Lecturer Hall, BPO’s, Offices, etc.

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