Designed to fit any area from small to large, in any kind of room requiring acoustic absorption treatment, the Budget Line is the most suitable option when budget is limited. The difference between the cavities allows a better distribution of sound energy across the room (diffusion effect) turning the Pulsar panel into a great solution in the treatment of Reflection Decay Time. The Pulsar panel can be displayed in a pattern or in single units. Pulsar panels are also available in mixed packs – Mix Kit Pulsar.
Vicoustic’s Pulsar panel offers an easy-to-install, cost-effective solution for any kind of room requiring acoustic absorption treatment. The panel has excellent absorption capabilities as well as providing an effective amount of diffusion. Suitable for use in both small and large spaces, Pulsar panels can either be used in a pattern, or as single units.
You may also install this product with the new VicFix J Profile fixation system using VicFix Base, sold separately.
Application: It can be used in various places like Listening Rooms, Home Theaters, Recording and Broadcast Studios, Post Production Studios, Performance Spaces, Rehearsal Rooms, Conference and Teleconference Rooms, Public Spaces, Auditoriums, etc.
Vicoustic Pulsar Panel Features:
- High acoustic performance
- Affordable, light weight and easy to install
- Made from high quality foam.
Vicoustic Pulsar Panel Specifications:
- Scratch Resistance: No
- Washable: No
- Absorption Frequency: High Frequencies
- Material: Polyurethane Foam
- Functionality: Absorption
- Fire Class Europe (EN): Euroclass F
- NRC: 0.60
- Mounting Place: Wall, Ceiling
- Fixing Type: Glued
- Dimensions (mm): 600 x 600 x 57
- Dimensions (inches): 23.6’’ x 23.6’’ x 2.2’’
- Quantity: 16 Units.
Please Note: Level, Flexi Glue Ultra, Measuring Tape are Not Included.
You may also install this product with the new VicFix J Profile fixation system using VicFix Base, Sold Separately.
Apply Flexi Glue Ultra on the back of the acoustic panel, near the edges. Do not wait longer than 10 minutes after applying the glue to attach the panel to the wall (As shown in Step 1).
Place the panel on the suitably chose position on the wall. Once in the desired place, press firmly against the wall for 15 seconds (As shown in Step 2).
To ensure that you maximise the strength of the glue, don’t make any adjustments to the panel after bonding.
Wall and ceiling surfaces should be examined prior to installation, ensuring they are clean, smooth, and dry. If you have unpainted gypsum board surfaces, these should be primed with a drywall primer (or another material manufactured especially for the purpose), to equalize the absorption between the gypsum board face paper, joint compound, and skin coating materials. You should then apply the paint, and allow air circulation in order to dry the paint within the time frame specified by the paint manufacturer. Please ensure the paint is dry before installing the acoustic panel. Make sure the room has all the necessary conditions to receive the acoustic panels. After you apply the glue on the back of each acoustic panel, please ensure you hold the acoustic panel against the wall the required time (mentioned above), and ensure it stays fixed in place. This method is also applicable to ceiling installations.