Ecophon Combison™
Sound insulation plus sound absorption
JM Stockholm, Sweden, Architect: FFNS Arkitekter AB, Photo: Eruwand Stockholm
LEFT: JM Stockholm, Sweden, Architect: FFNS Arkitekter AB, Photo: Eurowand Stockholm

Many modern buildings are designed in such a way that they are easily adaptable to the needs of different tenants. Room divisions are flexible, installations are movable and interior fittings, walls and ceilings are easy to modify. Moveable partitions can either butt up against the suspended ceiling or break through it. In both cases sound can pass from room to room through the ceiling void.

Other applications where Ecophon Combison is an appropriate solution are:
Room to room sound insulation
One way sound insulation
Airborne sound insulation between two rooms when the partition is attached to the suspended ceiling. An additional transmission path between the rooms occurs via the suspended ceiling.
Vertical airborne sound insulation can be imroved in a floor structure by means of an acoustic ceiling.
  • Sound insulation against noise from installations in the void between the structural soffit and the suspended ceiling.
  • Airborne sound insulation between floors.
  • Impact sound insulation (such as footstep sound) between floors.
Air borne sound insulation
Airborne sound insulation can be improved in a floor structure by means of an acoustic ceiling.

 

Impact sound level
Impact sound insulation of a floor structure can be improved by means of an acoustic ceiling.

Combison edge overview

Combison Uno A
 
Visible grid. Demountable tiles. Absorption class C
Combison Uno D
 
Concealed grid. Demountable tiles. Absorption class C
Combison Duo A
Visible grid. Demountable tiles. Absorption class A
Combison Duo E
Recessed visible grid. Demountable tiles. Absorption class A