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Acoustic ceilings are the main components used when carrying out the acoustic conditioning of a room because they are the ones that offer the greatest surface area for a uniform transmission of sound to an audience.

Thanks to the installation of acoustic ceilings made of sound-absorbent wood and the installation ofacoustic panels in inner linings, a room can control the degree of reverberation that is produced and ensure optimal acoustics.

That is why we see the installation of acoustic panels in sound-absorbent wood ceilings to form acoustic ceilings in the most varied types of buildings. Very often they are used as wood panelling aiming to enhance the aspect of a room and at other times they are part of a false ceiling and are used to hide the wiring of the electrical installation or the heating or air conditioning ducts in the building.

Following are some links to photographs of some acoustic ceilings made by Spigotec and Spigoacustic, two divisions of Spigogroup which manufacture acoustic material, acoustic panels and the installation ofacoustic ceilings.


- Acoustic ceilings in the Valladolid Auditorium

- Acoustic ceilings in the Archidona Town Hall

- Acoustic ceilings in the Noáin-Pamplona Airport

- Acoustic ceilings in the Hotel Jardines de Uleta in Vitoria

- Acoustic ceilings in the Law Courts of Tenerife

- Acoustic ceilings in Ingeteam

- Acoustic ceilings in the Berriozar Town Hall

- Acoustic ceilings in the Würth Museum, Spain

- Acoustic ceilings in the Ezcaray Theatre

- Acoustic ceilings in Tracasa


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