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The Sound of Rest and Recovery
Acoustic considerations are especially important nowadays when designing aged and health care facilities. There are many solutions available that will not compromise the look of the build from acoustic panels through to plasterboards with sound insulating properties.
While acoustic absorbing window coverings may be the perfect solution for absorbing sound in some aged and health care facilities, Atkar Group champions the use of decorative acoustic panels. Atkar Group is a leading manufacturer of these panels and has supplied panels in hundreds of medical or aged care facilities over the years.
“Decorative acoustic products are an essential element for any medical facility. They contribute towards acceptable levels of noise for the times when patients require rest and recovery in between testing and operations,” Atkar Group Spokesperson and Architectural Consultant Andrew Ritchie says.
“Atkar Group’s extensive range of designs and finishes not only meet the design vision, but also fulfil the essential criteria that is needed in many medical environments,” he says. In these post-covid times, Ritchie says cleanability had risen to the fore in aged and health care settings. “Growing concerns over Covid strains have motivated facilitators of medical buildings to review methods by which surfaces can be maintained,” he says.