Ambius launches new product to combat workplace noise

21 May 2007 by
Ambius launches new product to combat workplace noise

Ambius, previously Rentokil Tropical Plants, has launched a collection of Acoustic Art to absorb the noise of the modern workplace.

The Acoustic Art Collection uses botanical images digitally printed onto sound absorption panels that can absorb 10 times more sound than bare walls.

It comes after a survey of more than 1,000 people carried out in March by Light Speed Research found more than a quarter (27%) of UK staff felt that their workplaces were too noisy.

Adam Dixon, sales director at Ambius, said: "Anyone who has worked in a communal environment will have experienced the stress of workplace noise. It's not just distracting, it can prevent you from even thinking about doing your job effectively."

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