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Beauty • Performance • Versatility

Our linear range combines grooving on the panels face, with perforation on its back, to create a panel that offers striking appearance and excellent acoustic performance.

Creating a clean linear effect on walls and ceilings across a range of applications, this panel style offers a warm organic finish, ideally suited to use in lecture theatres, meeting rooms and public buildings.

Linear 8 NRC:.65 – .80

Linear 8 NRC:.65 – .80

Linear 8 NRC:.65 – .80

Linear 8 NRC:.65 – .80

Linear 8 NRC:.65 – .80

Linear 8 NRC:.65 – .80

Linear Panel Projects.

Specification and Technical Details

We offer a wide range of finishing options and can cater to your needs in terms of fire classification, sustainability and appearance. We can also provide architectural joinery items such as custom trim, skirtings and returns, so you can be sure of consistently high quality and a project that runs more smoothly.

Natural Veneer, Melamine and Formica Laminate

White Oak (woa)

Maple (map)

Cherry (che)

Walnut (Wal)

Steamed Beach (SBE)

Red Oak (rok)

Ash (ASH)

Limed Oak (lok)

Chestnut (chn)

Zebrano (zeb)

Colour Options

White (WHT)

Orange (ORN)

Blue (BLU)

Burgundy (BUR)

Red (RED)

Dark Orange (DOR)

Chocoloate (CHO)

Lime Green (LGR)

Our colour finishes can be supplied in your choice of:

  • Coloured lacquer (RAL/NCS colour matching)
  • Laminate (Formica)
  • Melamine
  • Colour board (rigid PVC foam sheeting)

Custom Trim Panels

Add a new dimension to your project with custom header and footer panels. Choose from our pre designed options below, or get creative and design your own.

Meadow

Fade

Twig

Peaks

Surf

Volume

Project Example – Fade Custom Trim Panels

Sustainability

Over the years, Woodfit have constantly strived to stay ahead of the industry curve in terms of sustainability and we remain committed today!

The wood we use at Woodfit Acoustics is a naturally sustainable material, being sourced from well-managed, renewable forests. The method of facing fibreboard with natural wood veneers is used in the vast majority of our products and is a highly efficient way of harnessing the beauty of wood, with .6mm veneer providing up to forty times the coverage of 25mm solid.

Fibreboard is manufactured from wood fibres sourced from forestry bi-product and co-products, allowing for the efficient use of materials that would otherwise be wasted.

We maintain a policy of reducing the emissions and waste associated with our products on a constant basis. Wherever possible, we use VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) free finishes and low formaldehyde MDF boards.

Woodfit Acoustics hold “FSC® Chain of Custody Certification,” allowing us to provide FSC® certified products, sourced from responsibly managed forests around the world.

Technical Details

WALL INSTALLATION

Typically, Woodfit panels are installed by applying a wooden sub-frame directly to the wall or partition, then fixing the panelling to the sub-frame. Rockwool, typically 50mm in thickness, is fitted between the battens to increase absorption capacity.

CEILING INSTALLATION

Ceiling installation utilizes an MF system in conjunction with plywood battens. The MF system is suspended from the ceiling with plywood battens being screwed to the “top-hat” sections. The linear boards are then fixed to the battens using pins and adhesive.

Linear Panel Specifications

Acoustic Performance

Panel features saw cuts (mills) on the face and perforations on the back. Panel is typically installed with 50mm of acoustic insulation to the rear. Acoustic performance varies dependant on the “open area.” Download spec sheets for performance data on individual products.

Panel Dimensions

  • Available Lengths: 2400mm, 3050mm, Custom
  • Available Widths: 192mm*, Custom

*+/- 10mm for some variations

Fleece Backing

Non-woven, acoustically invisible fleece is typically fixed to the acoustic foam for a black-out effect in the panel opening. This fleece can be fixed to rear of panel upon request.

Fire Rating

Woodfit Linear panels can be made to order to meet a range of fire classifications as required.

Country
Class
Standard
Euro
UK and Ireland
Class 1
B.S.476: Part 7
C
UK and Ireland
Class 0
B.S.476: Part 6 & 7
B
United States
Class 1
UL 723
B
Austria
B1/T1/Q1
B3800
C
Belgium
A1
NBN-S21-203
C
France
M1
NFP 92501
B
Germany
B1
BIN 4102 Teil 1
B
Italy
Classe 1
CSE RF 2/75 A, 3/7
B
Netherlands
Klasse 2
NEN 6065, NEN 6066
C
Scandinavia
In 1
NS 3919
B
Switzerland
BKZ 5.3
VKF Regulations
C
Singapore
Class 1
B.S.476: Part 7
C