Acoustical fabrics are typically used to either absorb sound or as a cover for acoustical panels. Some fabrics can also be used as a speaker grill cloth or as a finish on other types of materials.
Sound Channels is a sound absorbing, dimensional fabric that offers excellent acoustical properties, unmatched fade resistance, and more. This fabric passes both the vertical and corner burn tests and meets Class A flame spread per ASTM E-84.
Guilford of Maine® Fabric is an acoustically transparent fabric used to cover many of our products including acoustical wall panels, diffusers, and corner traps. Fabric is also sold separately as speaker grill cloth, wall covering and for other field applications.
Many other fabrics are available for use as panel coverings, grill cloths, speaker covers, cabinetry work, etc. This list includes fabrics in the Guilford of Maine line, C F Stinson, Acoustex, Pseudo Suedes, Carnegie Fabrics, Snoopy, Acoustex, Mellotone and more.