Acoustical Solutions Again Expands 'Green' Product Selection With PolyPhon™ Acoustical Panels (09-13-

The new PolyPhon™ Acoustical Panels are sound absorbing wall panels developed with top-quality noise reduction and environmental friendliness in mind. They can be applied to every situation from a customer's home theater or studio, to gyms, offices, schools and industrial facilities.

Online PR News – 17-September-2010 – – RICHMOND, VA (September 13, 2010) – Acoustical Solutions, Inc., a leading supplier of soundproofing and noise control products, today announced it’s newest environmentally friendly product, polyester PolyPhon™ Acoustical Panels.

While traditional sound absorbing wall panels are made of fiberglass, PolyPhon™ panels are made of 100% polyester (60% PET-recycled fiber and 40% PET-virgin fiber), are 100% recyclable and have a NRC value of .75. Other environmental advantages of the PolyPhon™ panels over fiberglass products are:

• Formaldehyde free • No binding agents
• No odor • Dust free
• No risk of skin irritation • No risk of respiratory problems
• Class A Fire Rated

Because Acoustical Solutions is committed to providing the best solutions, at the best prices, with the best service in the industry, the new panels offer more than just environmental advantages. The PolyPhon™ Panels have a higher tackability and degree of resiliency than traditional fiberglass panels. Additionally, PolyPhon™ Acoustical Panels can be mounted without a fabric covering and can even be painted to match the wall color of any room.

“One of the best things about the PolyPhon™ panels is their versatility,” said Dave Ingersoll, national sales manager for Acoustical Solutions. “From a customer’s home theater or studio, to gyms, offices, schools and industrial facilities, these wall panels will be effective anywhere.”

The PolyPhon™ Acoustical Panels are a part of a larger Acoustical Solutions movement toward environmentally friendly acoustical products. Customers can read about some of the other “green” acoustical products at Acoustical Solutions’ newsroom.