Troldtekt sound absorbing acoustic panels are made using nature's own materials – wood (wood wool) and cement


The wood used in Troldtekt is Norway spruce from local forests. Danish timber is a renewable resource, as more is planted than is logged. Wood is also a CO2-neutral resource, as it absorbs as much CO2 during its growth as is emitted during its management, logging and transportation.

Troldtekt acoustic panels are FSC®-certified, which means that we can offer products produced with wood that originates from responsible forestry operations.

Troldtekt achieved FSC-certification in 2013, and since 2018 has been approved to offer products in the ‘FSC 100%’ category (FSC®C115450), which means that all the wood in a single panel complies with the FSC requirements.

Troldtekt cement


The production of Troldtekt panels uses only cement from Aalborg Portland A/S, which extracts the raw materials from the Danish bedrock with minimal environmental impact. Chalk and sand are the key raw materials used to make Portland cement. Both chalk and sand is extracted in Denmark, where sand dredging helps keep sailing channels navigable.

Aalborg Portland is certified under the ISO 14001 eco-management system and the European EMAS (Eco-Management and Audit Scheme).


Troldtekt acoustic panel

Wood wool

Our Troldtekt cement-bonded wood wool panels used for acoustic ceiling and wall cladding are produced at our factory in Troldhede, Denmark.

The Troldtekt acoustic series comprises the TroldtektTroldtekt Plus and Troldtekt A2 panels and a wide range of accessories. All Troldtekt panels have the same characteristic appearance and good properties.