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BAUX Acoustic Wood Wool
BAUX Acoustic Wood Wool is produced from wood wool made from sustainably managed FSC and PEFC marked forests, cement, and water. Combining these natural materials creates several functional benefits in an ingenious combination. Wood Wool fibres retain heat, provide insulation and offer excellent sound absorption. Cement, a proven building material, binds the wood wool to provide strength, moisture resistance, and fire protection. BAUX Acoustic Wood Wool products also have very low VOC.

BAUX Acoustic Pulp
BAUX Acoustic Pulp is made out of sustainably harvested Swedish fir and pine trees, recycled water, non-GMO wheat bran, potato starch, plant-derived wax and citrus fruit peels. No chemicals are added to the product. All of the ingredients are mixed together with water and fed into a 3D mold. Next, the contents of the mold are pressed with 40 tonnes of weight and dried under pressure using a highly technological vacuum technique so that it becomes extremely dense. The dried surface is then nano- perforated using advanced laser technology for enhanced sound absorption.

BAUX Acoustic Felt
BAUX Acoustic Felt Recycled PET is made from the excess of unwanted plastics in the world.Only a small fragment is recycled and reused into new products, a devastatingly big amount is still going to the landfill or burned to generate energy. By selecting a product made out of recycled PET you contribute to a more sustainable world. BAUX can present a GRS Certified source of recycled PET, accredited by IOAS and sprung from various recycling entities across Europe. The material consists of 100% PET whereof 60-65% is post consumer recycled – it is also 100% recyclable.

BAUX Acoustic Felt Offcuts are made out of upcycled fabric offcuts combined with a low melt polyester fibre that gives the material its structure. The offcuts consist of a 100% polyester based thread, sourced from textile producers in Sweden—resources which normally would have been incinerated. Thanks to our relationships with textile producers, we can ensure a traceable and continuous flow of material with desirable quality. Each batch of threads is dyed locally in Sweden in a closed process that follows Swedish environmental legislation. The resulting colour schemes have naturally variegated identities, a perfect reflection of the material’s diverse origins—and one more loop closed.