Fabric Images, Inc. Introduces Material to Control Acoustics
ELGIN, IL. – January 19, 2017 – In an effort to better the sound quality within environments, Fabric Images, Inc., a global manufacturer of printed and non-printed tension fabric architectural solutions, is unveiling ezoBord™, a high performance acoustical felt that addresses the design challenge of creating meeting rooms with better noise control.
EzoBord™ is a rigid sheet material that dampens sound and controls unwanted noise when introduced into environments, allowing for less distraction and more focus. The aesthetically pleasing finish enables ezoBord™ to be used as independent features, as well as being worked into or between fabric solutions. Fabric Images has developed a variety of options that utilize EzoBord™ which include design enhancements, stock patterns and shapes and attachment methods, all of which meet the growing concern of noise pollution for compact meeting spaces.
Benefits of ezoBord™ include:
- Acoustical NRC rating of 0.75 (subject to mounting conditions)
- Available in 15 standard colors
- Printable using the dye sublimation print process
- Stock or custom cut patterns for design enhancement
- Flexibility to accommodate to walls, ceilings and decorative features
Adhering to Fabric Images, Inc.’s environmental standards, ezoBord™ falls within the Eco Stewardship initiative. The 100% polyester material contains a blend of post-consumer recycled PET, which is manufactured through a process that generates no waste. In addition, the material is recyclable under Fabric Images, Inc.’s ReLife Recycling program.
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About Fabric Images, Inc®
Since 1992, Fabric Images, Inc® has been a premier supplier for fabricating and printing of tensioned fabric architecture for the retail, museum, architectural and exhibit design communities. FI is a family-owned and minority-operated business. They are considered by many to be a leading manufacturer of lightweight, digitally printed fabric tension structures.
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