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a solution for every space.

dbsorb are innovators in designing, developing and manufactoring high- performance acoustic products.

We will work with you to develop the perfect solution for your product – in line with your vision, bugdet and your target date.

how we work

Acoustic audit &
Consultation

An onsite acoustic check ensures we develop a solution specific to your space, and ensure you only use the material you need for maximum results.

Material
Specification

dbsorb products are designed using high performing, locally stocked acoustic materials. Lightweight, semi-rigid, and customisable to suit an array of applications floor to ceiling.

Design &
Manufacture

Products are designed, engineered and manufactured in house, for a solution that performs and works for your project and spacial requirements.

Ready-Clip
Installation

We process and prepare our panels prior to installation, meaning disruption on-site is minimal, doesn’t use glue or visible fasters, and ensures your space is immediately ready for use.

What are acoustic panels?

First, we must start with the basics. Improving in-room acoustics requires the understanding of sound waves. Sound is vibration, which is then reflected off solid surfaces – this is the reason why we get a lot of echo in empty rooms.

This is where our acoustic material comes into play. The fibrous quality of our material allows sound waves to be absorbed and converted into kinetic energy. The thickness, density and design of the material (among other factors) will determine how much sound is absorbed and converted.

Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC)

The mathematical method to calculate how much sound is absorbed. The sound absorption level is ranked from 0 to 1.0. Therefore, the higher the NRC of a material, the better it is at absorbing and converting sound.

Sabin

Sabin is a unit of sound measurement, measuring how effectively one square metre of material surface can absorb and convert sound waves. This makes NCR and Sabin closely related: the higher the Sabin count, the higher the NRC value.

Reverberation

Reverberation is similar to echo. If your room leaves a residual lingering or boomy sound, we can help you.

The next step

We specialise in in-room acoustics. Containing sound and reducing reverberation is what we do best! Fill in our contact form, or give us a call! Our team of sound specialists are happy to help.

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Office

(+64) 09 553 6775

sales@dbsorb.co.nz