Step into the world of timber, woodworks and carpentry, BAUX Natural Acoustic Wood Wool is designed to control sound environment with a refined look. This range of BAUX Wood Wool lets you create classic patterns and handcrafts influenced by bricklaying, parquet floors and woodwork. With its natural colours, it creates effectful yet subtle environments for homes and offices.
Our factory in southern Sweden was experiencing uneven temperatures in the BAUX ovens, resulting in fluctuating nuances of wood tones. We were taken by the shimmering effect; ranging from a light hue, shifting to a shade of red and dipping into dark wood colors. The result is a product with a gleaming, natural wooden texture that can be combined in numerous ways.
BAUX Acoustic Wood Wool is an environmentally friendly, recyclable material made from wood wool, cement and water. The natural components together provide many functional characteristics.
The moisture-resistant material evens out air humidity by absorbing and then emitting moisture into the ambient air. This contributes to a pleasant indoor climate which is good for both comfort and health. The high pH value also discourages mould and the material is not affected by rot.
BAUX Acoustic Wood Wool products stores heat from the ambient air and emits it when the air temperature falls. This contributes to lower energy costs, reduced environmental impact and a stable and comfortable climate indoors.
The open material structure reduces sound reflections and makes BAUX Acoustic Wood Wool a good sound absorber. The material dampens noise and contributes to restful acoustics in residential buildings, industrial premises and public spaces.
BAUX Acoustic Wood Wool is fire resistant and is type-approved as protective cladding with a class 1 coating.
Measurements show that emissions from BAUX Acoustic Wood Wool products are extremely low. The strong surface can cope with vacuum cleaning, and use of the product in restaurants and other sensitive environments show that the boards do not emit dust or particles.