Vibrasto évolution is an acoustic covering which may be stretched and anchored into position over a wide variety of surfaces, such as walls or ceilings. Just like the human skin, Texaa®‘s Vibrasto is a composite material made up of three successive layers, with each playing their own specific role.
–The epidermis, or outer layer, is formed by our sound transparent fabric Aeria*, so easy on the eye and available in a range of vibrant colours.
–The dermis, or middle layer, is a thin layer of 3 mm wadding ensuring that the Aeria is totally opaque and therefore capable of hiding anything positioned behind.
–The hypodermis, or lower layer, comprises the sound absorbers which make Vibrasto so efficient in terms of acoustic performance. The sound absorbers are either RI panels (impregnated glass wool) or AP foam, depending on specific situations.
Depending on the level of acoustic performance required, the thickness of the sound absorbers used in the Vibrasto varies. A thickness of either 10 mm, 25 mm or 50 mm normally suffices in ordinary situations, but greater depths are also available. It is also possible to use other sound absorbing materials if desired, such as vegetable fibre wools or recycled textiles, for example.
Product soon available in United States in Gris Brun, Nacre, Ecru, Gris argent and Gris ciel color.