Troldtekt® acoustic panels

The combination of wood and cement creates Troldtekt's unique sound-absorbing properties, which ensures good acoustics in architecture and contributes to a good indoor climate.

Ceilings with Troldtekt acoustic panels in office buildings

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Renovation and transformation

Each time we release ten tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere, more than one tonne comes from the production and handling of building materials. One of the keys to building with consideration for the environment therefore lies in extending the service life of materials, for example by renovating old buildings or transforming them for completely new purposes.

On this feature page, you can read about the benefits of renovating and retaining materials in architecture. You'll also gain insight into a number of successful transformations with a particular focus on the use of recycled materials.

Read more about how Troldtekt has worked with return models that can give its acoustic panels one or more extra life cycles. High ambitions within the circular economy have resulted in concrete recycling schemes for cement-bonded wood wool waste from both Troldtekt’s own production and from building sites.


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New type of cement, even more advantages

Now you can choose Troldtekt based on the carbon-reduced cement type FUTURECEM™. The acoustic panels retain the same good acoustics, effective fire safety, robustness and durability as the classic Troldtekt panels.

Measured over the entire product life cycle, Troldtekt acoustic panels based on FUTURECEM™ have a carbon footprint that is:

  • 26 per cent lower than that of Troldtekt based on grey cement
  • 38 per cent lower than that of Troldtekt based on white cement

Latest news

Find inspiration for good acoustics

Visit our inspiration universe and see the beautiful reference images from a number of different buildings around the world.

Six good reasons to choose Troldtekt®

Official Troldtekt brand video

Web tools and documentation