Acoustek Milano Acoustic Wall Panels (Single Panel)

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Product Code ACOMILAGA

Product Details


pedestal dimensions
Width Depth height
500mm 55mm 500mm

Key Features

  • Milano Acoustic Wall Panel
  • Part of the Cavasinni Range
  • Size: 500mm x 500mm x 55mm
  • Single Panel
  • Great for adding colour accents and increasing coverage when used with our 9 packs


Cavasinni Range
500mm x 500mm
Pack Quantity
Noise Reduction Co-efficient
Melting Point
Vapour Pressure
Not Applicable
Flash point
None Allocated
Other Properties
Non-allergenic, low irritant, low flame response, resilient
Organic, long chain synthetic polymers
Max Service temp
pH 7.8 (pH 7 is neutral)
Moisture Absorption
Exposure to an atmosphere of 50ºC and 95% RH for four days gives moisture absorption of less than 0.2% by volume
Fire Hazard Properties

The following results were obtained when subjected to early fire hazard testing in accordance with Australian Standards AS 1530.3

Ignitability | 7

Spread of Flame | 0

Smoke Developed | 5

Heat Evolved | 2

Sustainable Designs

Acoustek 3D Tiles are certified GreenTagCert™ GreenRate Level A.

Suitable for use in Green Star™ projects.

GreenTagCert™ is a certification and rating tool for building professionals approved by the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCAPhysical).

AS standards and BS standards: AS 1530.3, AS 3837, BS 476

Environmental Benefits

Acoustek 3D Tiles are manufactured from thermally bonded polyester fibre with a minimum of 60% recycled fibre content from PET packaging such as empty drink bottles.

  • Products with recycled content reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
  • High reusable potential.
  • The products are 100% recyclable.
  • Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) generated in the manufacturing process is classified as low (0.01 mg/m3).
  • No ozone-depleting gases are used during the manufacturing process.
  • No red list chemicals are present.
  • Safe, non-irritant, non-toxic, and non-allergenic.
  • ecospecifier global green tag certified

    Cavasinni Collection

    Celano, Torino, Roma, Milano

    Our collaboration with the creative design talents of industrial designer Daniel Cavasinni, has produced a striking yet simple new range of acoustic tiles. Of Italian descent, Cavasinni expresses a distinct creativity from the landscape of his unique imagination, producing a subtle integration of style from pattern to pattern.

    His philosophy “to create bespoke options within the same or adjacent pattern via use of tile position, depth, colour and client inspiration”.

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    Acoustek sound dampening graph


    The performance of sound absorptive insulation is typically described by the Noise Reduction Co-efficient of the product. This NRC is a simplified single number that is the arithmetic average of noise attenuation over four frequencies: 250Hz, 500Hz, 1,000Hz, and 2000Hz.

    In sound absorption applications, the NRC is often used as a performance measure, the higher the NRC, the greater the sound absorption at those frequencies.

    However, NRC does not rate sound absorption at frequencies less than 250Hz. Absorption at low frequencies is often the most critical in building acoustics since it is typically the base sound that causes annoyance.

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    With 40 years design/manufacturing experience within the commercial furniture industry, we have seen varied trends and created products relevant to designer requirements. The grand epiphany of ‘the open office,’ which began it’s rampant spread through the majority of offices over a decade ago, gave birth to new design concepts. The ‘industrial look’ soon emerged within offices and restaurants complete with introduction of polished concrete floors and similar hard surfaces that reflected noise. This radical shift against conventional private offices was certain to boost communication and improve workflow. The open plan restaurant allowed more seating and the industrial look was firmly embraced. However despite the designers best intentions, the resultant increased reverberate noise. Lack of privacy and more uncontrolled interactions have all been associated with higher stress, diminished ability to concentrate and diminished productivity.

    ‘Conversation Friendly Restaurants’ soon became a rarity which gave rise to further studies on the effects noise has upon us. Tests done by Russell Keast (Associate Professor of Food and Sensory Science - Deakin University) proved that:

  • Significant levels of background noise reduce a patrons ability to detect flavour.
  • Difficulty conversing and ordering also hinders positive experience causing frustration for clients and staff alike.
  • In essence, those cutting edge polished concrete floors, exposed brick or tiled walls all look excellent but are more ‘visual experience focused’ than ‘quiet and content’ productivity, or enjoyable ambient dining experience. Our range of acoustic products were designed to combat reverberate noise. Our acoustic wall tiles will absorb up to 85% of reverberate noise and provide aesthetically pleasing designs with which to decorate or ‘face lift’ any area, their added benefit of noise attenuation makes them a ‘sound investment’.