beautiful acoustic soloutions
with the fade® seamless
Acoustic Plaster Spray
The fade® System is a high-quality plastering system that absorbs unwanted noise in a wide range of environments. As an acoustic plaster solution spray applied to walls and ceilings, its highly absorbent qualities allow for optimum acoustic control in large, commercial spaces.
The fade® Acoustic Plaster System can be applied on virtually any surface including straight and curved walls, dramatic angles and arching domes offering a more flexible, discreet alternative to traditional acoustic solutions, such as suspended ceilings.
Bringing together high-value aesthetics and acoustic performance, the fade® Acoustic Plaster system is well-suited to a wide-range of developments, from historic buildings to high-end residential, commercial, retail and educational spaces.
By absorbing sound waves, the fade® sound-absorbing plaster system reduces reverberation time, providing the highest level of sound-absorption. In addition, the three-step installation process means it is quick and easy to install and it does not contain any synthetic materials.
We are a Scandinavian company with more than 10 years of experience in developing and producing the fade® acoustic plaster spray system. Our team is very innovative and foresighted and we pride ourselves in developing the best acoustic plaster on the market. All of our acoustic plaster finishes are developed and tested at our Test Facility in Sweden and produced in Denmark to secure the best quality at all times.
We supply our acoustic plaster spray system to a variety of companies all over Europe – companies that are demanding unrivaled solutions and high-quality aesthetics that do not comprise on finishes. We are working closely with our distributors on every aspect of a project – from development to finishing, we are extremely supportive - securing the best results at all times.
If this sounds exciting, feel free to contact us today. We are constantly looking to expand our market position.
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