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A•Light’s Absorb Series Offers Acoustic Properties

With a double-wall, hollow-core shape, Absorb H’s horizontal wings allow for more efficient absorption of sound. The direct-indirect luminaire holds a patent for its unique design, which combines high performance optics and the most advanced acoustic materials.

The absorbing felt panels are made from at least 40% post-consumer recycled PET bottles and are fully recyclable. With a large surface area, the panels decrease reverberation time and have an inherent sound absorption rate of 0.75 NRC.

Click here for more information on the Absorb H fixture, and here to learn more about A•Line

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