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Slat-Lite™ Grey Oak Flexible Acoustic Wood Wall Panels

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Original price £49.99 - Original price £89.99
Original price
£49.99
£49.99 - £89.99
Current price £49.99
Select Size: 120cm x 60cm

Overview

The highly innovative Slat-Lite range is the lightest and most flexible acoustic wood slat panel on the market. The grey oak wood veneer is applied directly to the acoustic felt without any MDF, giving a lightweight solution for anyone wanting the slatted look. The panels can be glued or screwed onto any wall, ceiling or furniture, offering acoustic properties in your space while maintaining the hugely popular slat look. The overall 9mm thickness of the panels means that the panels are flexible, so they can be bent around curves within your installation with ease.

Please call prior to ordering a mix of 120cm, 200cm and 240cm panels, as they may be from different batches, and there may be some variation because of this.

See the difference between Slat-Lite & Acupanel here.

Key Features

  • All stock is held in our UK warehouse.
  • Most lightweight panel on the market.
  • Flexible and ideal for curved surfaces.
  • Easy to apply to walls, ceilings and furniture.
  • Perfect for both residential and commercial environments.
  • Backing felt material produced from recycled material.
  • Quick and easy installation.

Specification

240cm x 60cm

2400mm (H)
600mm (W)
9mm (D)

1.44m² Coverage

300cm x 60cm

3000mm (H)
600mm (W)
9mm (D)

1.79m² Coverage

Installation & Downloads

The Slat-Lite range has been designed to be installed with ease. We recommend either screwing the panels straight into the wall, using the correct fixings, through the acoustic felt or if you are looking to increase the sound properties further, screwing them into batons. If installing on ceilings, the panels can be screwed straight into ceiling joists. With the Slat Lite being so lightweight, you can even glue this straight onto your wall with a construction adhesive.

See the difference between Slat-Lite and Acupanel here.

Delivery

You can select your preferred delivery method at the checkout stage.

Slat Lite FAQ

How do the panels arrive?

The Slat Lite wall panels are shipped in boxes - if more than one panel is ordered, we pack up to 5 panels in a box.

Do the panels come in larger sizes?

All of our Slat Lite panels are available in a 240cm x 60cm and 300cm x 60cm sizes.

How do I install the panels?

If you are looking to obtain a class A sound absorption, then we recommend installing the panels with batons. However, if you would like to have them for decorative purposes while still providing some sound absorption, we recommend screwing the panels directly into the wall through the acoustic felt backing using black screws, depending on your choice of backing. You can also use a construction glue to adhere them directly to the wall or ceiling.

Do you produce custom panel sizes?

We do not currently offer the panels in custom sizes; however, we have designed them to be easily cut if you need smaller. They also join together seamlessly if you need to create a larger wall feature.

Can the panels be used in a bathroom or kitchen?

The panels are not best suited being near water or high-heat sources, due to the adhesive used. A protective finish can be used on the wood veneer to help with the water-resistance, and we recommend keeping the panels at least a meter away from any high-heat sources.

Can the acoustic panels be used outside?

The Slat Lite range is designed for interior use only.

What do I do if I have plug sockets, windows or other items to install around?

It is straightforward to adjust the panels to fit around any object. You can cut the slats widthways with a saw, and you can cut the felt lengthways with a sharp blade to then apply around any item you may have on your surface.

On which surfaces can I install the panels?

You can mount the panels on all surfaces including brick, concrete and plasterboard.

Do the colours of the pictures look like the panels in real life?

The wood used is always from the same source so they will always look more or less the same. It is an engineered, real wood veneer however, so knots, slight cracks and colour variations can occur. Get in touch if you would like us to send you pictures of the exact batch you could potentially receive.

How can I hide the edges of the panel?

The panels have been designed to have the edge exposed. When cutting through the slats they are black throughout so an edge will always look like the rest of the panels

Can I hide wires behind the panels?

You certainly can!

Can I apply anything behind the panels to increase sound insulation?

If installing with batons, then you can use mineral wool or other sound insulation material in-between the gaps which will increase the sound absorption properties even more.

Are any of your panels FSC Certified?

We have a range of panels available with FSC Certification. Please get in touch if you need any further information on the panels we offer with this certification.

Why should I opt for a finished panel?

It is always advised to finish natural wood to protect it and, more importantly, to make it look even better than it already does. We now offer a decorative satin oil-finished panel for our Contemporary Oak and Contemporary Walnut panels, to take out the hassle of finishing the panels yourself. Please note that this is a decorative finish only, providing no protection against heat, water or humidity.

Do you deliver the panels?

We do, with all delivery charged calculated at checkout! You are also welcome to collect directly from our warehouse.

What is your return policy?

You can return unused Slat Lite panels within 30 days of delivery.

Are samples available?

Yes, you can purchase a sample box by clicking here.

Still Have Questions?

Our team are available Monday to Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm to answer any questions you may have regarding our product range.

Call us on 01525 851166.

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