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The first uses man made of wood had minimal variety of colours and finishes and they were restricted to the 2 or 3 types of wood that the carpenter might find near his workshop. Subsequently, trade allowed for other types of wood from distant lands, providing a greater wealth of finishes in the wood panelling used in temples and palaces.

By the 20th century, with the birth of acoustic panels, wood panelling became much more useful as it not only met an aesthetic function, but also served to improve room acoustics.

Today, the Spigotec catalogue features the greatest variety in interior wood panelling for ceilings, and walls in the market, the result of a combination of different finishes with the different types of perforation for acoustic conditioning.

- Depending on the model, Spigotec offers wood panelling with circular, slotted or square perforations, as well as the possibility to choose models with micro-perforations, plain models or special models, all with varying degrees of acoustic absorption.

- With regard to finish, Spigotec wood panelling for ceilings and walls can be completed in:

1. Natural varnished wood: from the most common finishes like beech, oak, cherry, wenge or maple to more unusual veneers projects with special requirements.

2. Melamine: the standard colours which are most in demand are white, stainless steel, maple, wenge, cherry, oak, pear or beech, although any melamine finish on the amrket can be supplied.

3. Lacquer: in RAL and NCS chart colours

4. Laminated HPL sheets

Here you can visit our complete catalogue, and this video clip from our new Youtube channel shows some samples of Spigotec wood panelling in our factory showroom.




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