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Smart acoustic solutions from Sandler

Fully recyclable bluefiber will be showcased at the upcoming BAU architecture trade fair in Munich.

16th March 2023

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Schwarzenbach/ Saale, Germany

Interiors, Construction

Leading German nonwovens producer Sandler is launching a new range of acoustics solutions aimed at efficient sound insulation in multiple applications. bluefiber will be the focus of Sandler’s debut at the BAU trade fair for architecture, which takes place from 17-22 April in Munich.

Open-plan interior design in living as well as working spaces brings us closer together, promotes active exchange and shared creativity, Sandler says. To ensure that the background noise does not take over during the hectic workday and that concentrating on the task at hand is possible, efficient acoustics solutions are needed. Wall or ceiling elements, partitions, acoustically absorptive objects – the possibilities are as versatile as the people benefitting from them.

bluefiber acoustics brand combines a wide range of acoustically highly efficient materials – polyester-based high-tech made in Germany. Owing to their excellent sound absorption properties the lightweight materials offer an ideal basis for individual interior design concepts, creating a pleasant living space.

bluefiber solutions are available as self-supporting panels and pads in different thicknesses, performance types and colour versions, as flexible roll goods, optimally adaptable to component contours, or as custom-made solutions for specific applications. bluefiber products are ready to use, combining function and design.

bluefiber also stands for responsibility and transparency in all areas, says Sandler. It is made from 100 % single-polymer (mainly recycled PET bottles) and therefore fully recyclable at the end of its service life.

Find out more about Sandler’s acoustics solutions at this year’s BAU trade fair at booth 512 in hall A1.

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