Frequently Asked Questions
Acoustic baffles and acoustic rafts are both ceiling suspended acoustic solutions, but rafts are suspended horizontally whereas baffles are suspended vertically. Both are made from sound absorbent materials that help prevent echo and noise build up within a space.
In most cases, you can use either as both are highly effective acoustic solutions. Acoustic baffles are typically used in larger spaces with higher ceilings, such as auditoriums, as baffles hang vertically and require more space above. If you have low ceilings, acoustic rafts are generally more suitable.
Aesthetics and types of ceiling should also be considered as lighting, ceiling types, and the overall design of a space can affect whether an acoustic baffle or raft would be best to use. Our sales team are always on hand to answer any queries and recommend the best product type for your unique requirements.