“Silence makes all the difference”
Ekous was formed to provide acoustic solution for various spaces. Each product can flexibly and individually integrated into modern concepts for the interior design of living and working spaces.
The solutions provided by Ekous are an expression of the company’s command of its passion for interior acoustics combined with colors and functionality. Furthermore, Ekous stands for innovative product design with a focus on sustainable architecture and interior application using only recycled materials.
Every solution we offer intrinsically bundles professional skills in addition to our individual skills in acoustics and spatial creativity. Ekous collaborates with architects and interior designers for acoustic design and materials specification. We provide customers with support and consulting on/off site through our network of selected dealers.
What makes EKOUS special…
Recycled Polyester Acoustic Material
Ekous is an innovative acoustic material that delivers exceptional reverberated noise control. Made from high-density recycled polyester in various thickness designed to absorb 90% of noise respectively.
High-performance acoustic control
It’s excellent sound absorption properties make it ideal for noise-sensitive environments such as theatres, auditoriums, recording and broadcasting studios retail areas, call centres, classrooms and board rooms, among many others.
Flexible, hassle-free installation
Ekous comes as lightweight, semi-rigid, easy-to-handle sheets. They are prefinished, frameless and can be cut on site to fit, avoiding the difficulties associated with fabric-wrapped acoustic panels. Ekous can be used on walls or ceilings or framed to create unique modular feature panels.
Interior design freedom
It can be custom-printed with any image, colour or pattern or supplied as custom cut shapes and combination.
We are diverting bottles and other plastics from the landfills and turn it into fibre.
Synthetic fibers are the most popular fibers in the world – it’s estimated that synthetics account for about 65% of world production versus 35% for natural fibers. Most synthetic fibers (approximately 70%) are made from polyester, and the polyester most often used is polyethylene terephthalate (PET).
The majority of the world’s PET production – about 60% – is used to make fibers for textiles; about 30% is used to make bottles.
PET is divided into “post consumer” PET and “post industrial” rPET: post consumer means it comes from bottles; post industrial might be the unused packaging in a manufacturing plant, or other byproducts of manufacturing. The “greenest” option has been touted to be the post consumer PET, and that has driven up demand for used bottles.
Ekous is composed of 60% post consumer goods while the remaining is raw virgin fiber.