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Improve Acoustics with Updated GIB Reverberation Control Systems

Wondering how to make a hard, noisy space quieter and more comfortable? GIB Reverberation Control Systems combine an innovative, efficient method to improve the quality of sound within a space with the great look of GIB Quietline sheets and GIB Tone Quiet ceiling tiles.

Updated literature for the design and installation of GIB Quietline and GIB-Tone Quiet Tiles has been released by Winstone Wallboards Ltd. GIB Reverberation Control Systems supersedes GIB Acoustic Systems — May 2014 and updates the available designs to four board perforation patterns and one tile perforation pattern (a reduction from the 10 designs previously available).

The updated literature is now available for download on the GIB website.

Designed, manufactured and tested in New Zealand, GIB Quietline and GIB-Tone Quiet ceiling tiles are ideal for controlling sound reverberation in large open areas with hard surfaces including offices, cafes, schools, function rooms and shops. By absorbing sound and reducing reverberation, a space becomes more comfortable.

To see the variety of patterns available and view technical information including detailed third octave sound absorption data, visit the GIB website.

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