Source Workspace

Acoustic Solutions

Commercial Office | Hospitality | Theatre | Institutions | Retail | Healthcare
Education | Audio Visual | Branding | PET Furniture | Trade Shows | Signage
Source Workspace LLC., is the exclusive
North American distributor of Burgeree™
acoustical products. Burgeree™ is a world
of excellent manufacturing, a market sensi-
tive management philosophy and powerful
sales network,. Burgeree™ products have
leader in the manufacturing of PET acous- been widely used around the world which
tic materials. Since 2007 Burgeree™ has highlights the strong vitality of the brand.
successfully integrated R&D, manufactur- Known for its high quality and unique pat-
ing and design to create a green product ented technology Burgeree™ has succeed-
manufactured from 100% polyester fibres ed in penetrating many market segments in
without chemical binders. With the strength the international marketplace.
1 About Acoustics
2 About PET
6 G1 PET
7 G2 PET
8 3D Tiles
10 Wall Systems Partitions and Screens | Template Ideas
12 Ceiling Design Concepts
13 UV High Definition Printing
19 Verticals
20 Customization | Care | Certifications
21 Installation
23 Glossary of Terms
Why is PET sometimes called polyester? PET is a green solution that is utilized successfully in multiple verticals.

PET, or polyethylene terephthalate, is the Products commonly made from recy- PET is a high density compressed polyester and lack of privacy especially in the most re-
chemical name for polyester. When PET is cled PET include new PET bottles and acoustic panel designed to control unwant- cent surge of open plan settings. PET offers
used for fiber or fabric applications, it is usu- jars, carpet, clothing, industrial strapping, ed noise as well as provide a decorative the added benefit for designers, architects
ally referred to as “polyester.” When used rope, automotive parts, fiberfill for win- function and element to any space. Nearly and all specialists within the many verticals
for container and packaging applications, ter jackets and sleeping bags, construc- every environment interacts with sound. PET to create design elements. PET panels have
it is typically called “PET” or “PET resin.” tion materials, and protective packaging. can achieve a tripple purpose - functional, varying shapes which creates versatility in
acoustics, enhanced design of any space, allowing interior designs to be more flexi-
Polyester: Any of a group of polymers that and environmental contiousness...bottles ble and creative. One of Burgeree’s™ newly
consist basically of repeated units of and es- you put in a recycling bin acually get used patented technologies is true color all the
ter and are used especially in making fibers again. The applications are far and wide way through product which means ia pan-
or plastics. PET panel is a sound absorbing reaching in many industries and creating el can be cut and fitted without edge trims.
material with different densities made from acoustical comfort where a less than desir- The material is very adaptable: it can be cut,
50% recycled polyester fiber by high tem- able acoustic environment can lead to less shaped, molded, beveled and even printed
perature and a patented weaving process. It than optimal conditions. The work environ- on to create a unique and innovative decora-
has sound absorbing, fire retardant, non-tox- ment lends itself to a loss of concentration, tive and branding effect in any environment.
ic, non-irritant, odorless characteristics. loss of hearing, reduced productivity, stress

PET is completely recyclable, and is the
Post Consumer Waste
most recycled plastic in the U.S and world-
wide. More than 1.5 billion pounds of used
PET bottles and containers are recovered
in the United States each year for recycling.
PET can easily be identified by the #1 in the Compress and Crush
triangular “chasing arrows” code, which is
usually found molded into the bottom or
side of the container. No other plastic carries
the #1 code.

 Grind to Powder

PET can be commercially recycled by thor-
ough washing and re-melting, or by chemi-
cally breaking it down to its component ma- Reconstitute in Fiber
terials to make new PET resin. Almost every
municipal recycling program in North Amer-
ica and Europe accepts PET containers.
The manufacturing process of PET is a remark-
ably clean process. There is little to no environ-
mental impact. No chemicals are used in conjuc-
Did you know just 1 4 x 8 PET
tion with a very low energy process. All unused
acoustical panel actually recycles
280 16oz plastic water bottles?
PET by product such as scraps cuttings etc. are
• Building Interiors • Walls
100% recyclable and is put back into the manu-
• Contract Interiors • Columns and ceilings
facturing process to make the fiber. There is NO
• Construction • Screens free standing & desk
disposable waste.
The high strength of PET in comparison to its • Hospitality mounted work station dividers
light weight is a major key to its energy efficien- • Wall and space dividers
PET is a very energy-efficient packaging mate- • Audio visual
and partitions
rial. Although its raw materials are derived from cy, allowing for more product to be delivered in • Home improvement (DIY)
• Insulation
crude oil and natural gas, it enjoys a very favor- less packaging and using less fuel for transport. • Institutional, schools, GOV
• Free standing structures
able sustainability profile in comparison to glass, Ongoing advances in light-weighting technology • Theatres and museums
continue to improve its energy efficiency even • Lighting
aluminum and other container materials.

 • Branding and corporate messaging
further. Life cycle studies of PET have consis-
• Automotive
Its sustainability jumps even higher when recy- tently confirmed the environmental benefits of
• Trade shows
cling is introduced, since approximately 40% of PET as a packaging material.

• Signage
PET’s energy use is attributable to its “resource • Furniture | Accesories | Signage
energy” - the energy inherently trapped in its In the 60 years since PET was first synthesized,
raw materials that can be recaptured and reused it has become one of the world’s most widely
through recycling.

 used, versatile and trusted materials.

• UV printable • Fire Retardant (Class A and B)
• High definition UV printable • Sound Absorbing
perforated film • Heat Insulation
• Wrap with textiles or felt • Mold and water resistant
• Hanging screens • Non Toxic
• Tiles of any size • Environmentally Friendly
• 3D Molds • More than 50 percent
post recycled content
• Laser | water jet cutting CNC
• Non irritant
• Odorless
• Easy to clean

Benefits of G1 PET Added benefits of G2 PET
• Non printable, best value when used as an Fire Rating • UV Printable with high definition images
• Class B
acoustical material only. • True uniform throughout deeper colors – no
edge trim required
• Printable perforated application with
Standard Panel Size Environmental acoustical properties and high definition UV
• 4x8 sheet 2440 x 1220mm • LowVOC>0.02mg/m2/hr printable surface
• 4x9 sheet 2743 x 1220mm • More then 50% post consumer recycled content • Both sides printable
• Class A and B
• 16 colors
Tiles NRC
• All sizes cut per customer specification • 0.35 12mm no air gap
• 0.30 9mm no air gap Standard Panel Size
• 4x8 sheet 2440 x 1220mm
Thickness • 4x9 sheet 2743 x 1220mm
• Single Sided
• 9mm | 12mm | 20mm | 24mm
• 44 standard colors
or custom thickness Tiles
• All sizes cut per customer specification
• 8mm| 12mm | 20mm | 24mm
or custom thickness

Fire Rating
BZ-06 BZ-33 BZ-05 BZ-46 BZ-04 BZ-12 BZ-44 BZ-32 BZ-07 • Class A | Class B

• LowVOC>0.02mg/m2/hr
• More then 50% post consumer recycled content
BZ-11 BZ-21 BZ-30 BZ-26 BZ-43 BZ-41 BZ-10 BZ-28 BZ-18
• 0.35 12mm no air gap | 0.30 9mm no air gap

BZ-02 BZ-08 BZ-35 BZ-40 BZ-45 BZ-41 BZ-47 BZ-14 BZ-45

BZ-29 BZ-17 BZ-36 BZ-37 BZ-03 BZ-24 BZ-48 BZ-49 BZ-50 G2-DB G2-OB G2-OG CBZ-12 CBZ-13 CBZ-14 CBZ-15 CBZ-16

BZ-38 BZ-39 BZ-34 BZ-31 BZ-09 BZ-01 BZ-19 BZ-16 BZ-13 CBZ-01 CBZ-02 CBZ-03 CBZ-04 CBZ-05 CBZ-06 CBZ-07 CBZ-08

3D-002B 3D-007C
500MM X 500MM X 60MM 400MM X 600MM X 45MM

3D-003B 3D-0016E
500MM X 500MM X 60MM 600MM X 600MM X 74MM

3D-004B 3D-0017E
500MM X 500MM X 60MM 600MM X 600MM X 74MM

3D-009E 3D-0018E
600MM X 600MM X 74MM 600MM X 600MM X 74MM

3D-011E 3D-020G
600MM X 600MM X 74MM 500MM X 433MM X 50MM


Typical Blade:

Typical Assembly
3000H x 990W x 155D

Our printed acoustic product is a perfect solution everywhere.......Building and
Contract Interiors, Museums, Theaters, Hotels, Audio Visual, Home Improve-
ment, Institutions, Schools, Health Care, Corporate Branding, Automotive,
Trade Shows, Furniture, Signage...

Achieve any aesthetic design like a natural fiber, textile or stone look with Transform walls and ceilings with the striking look of metal textures. Infinite
the added benefit of maintaining fire, sound absorption and insulation possibilities to print an image on a sustainable green product made for recy-
properties. cled post consumer product.

Blank wall space meets color and branding.

Achieve the warmth of a wood grain affect with a sustainable green product
made from recylced post consumer products.




Available Customizations Care Instructions
Panels and Tiles
• Custom molds for 3D, screens, furniture etc. Non printed PET • Panels for walls - adhere to substrate using contact adhesive or Liquid Nails.
• Custom color match Remove spills immediately using damp, warm
• Ceiling - 18g penny nails in combination with adhesive.
• Customize panel or tile sizes and thicknesses clean cloth. Test small area if using carpet or
• Laser, water jet, CNC cutting templates fabric cleaner. • Tiles - adhere to substrate using contact adhesive or Liquid Nails.
• Branded and private label requirements • Panlels and tiles are precision cut so they butt together well and join well for floor to
• Beveling edges Printed PET and Film ceiling applications. G1 material panels are generally installed vertically and G2 can
Apply damp cloth only. Test small area if using be installed sucessfullly vertically and horizontally.
carpet or fabric cleaner.

3D Tiles
Apply damp cloth only. Test small area first Test
small area if using carpet or fabric cleaner.
• High Definition UV Printed Film applied directly on panels.


EN 13501-1 (G1 | G2) ASTM E84 CLASS A (G1 | G2)
ISO 354.2003 (.30 no air gap) (G1 | G2) ASTM E84 CLASS B (G1 | G2)
EN 22667-2001 (G1 | G2)
ISO 11654

OKEO TEX Standard 100 ENISO 17050-1 OSHA 18001
GB8624-2012 fire test Class B1 ISO9001
GB/T16731 sound absorption test Class 1 ISO 14000
GB/T5849 formaldehyde test Class E1 Cal 117-2013 FELT
V7-0 (Conforms to the SCS Recycled Con- Ink for Printing on PET and Panels:
tent Standard) Material Data Safety Sheets Avaialable
Method A
NRC Satisfactory Design Sound Level
Sound absorption of material finishes can The level of noise that has found to be ac-
be classified according to NRC (noise ceptable to most people for an environment
reduction co-efficient) as tested per ASTM question and also not to be intrusive. Re-
C423 standard and is the average absorp- ported in weighted average sound pressure
tion of a material at 250, 500, 1000, 4000 Hz rating dB(A)
rounded to the nearest 5%
Mark wall Fasten clips with staple Insert the panel via the Completed The NRC gives no information as to how Reverberation Time
gun or screwdriver clip (2 panels per clip) absorptive a material is in the low and high This is the time in seconds that it takes for a
frequencies, nor does it have anything to do sound to decay 60dB. Hard surfaces reflect
Method B with the material’s barrier effect (STC). sound and can lead to long reverberation
times, porous surfaces absorb sound and
Sound Transmission Coefficient ( STC) help shorten reverberation times. For good
STC) is a single-number rating of a mate- speech intelligibility reverberation times of
rial’s or assembly’s barrier effect. Higher RT 0.4 to 0.8 seconds and a signal to noise
STC values are more efficient for reducing ratio of 6dB are required.
sound transmission. The rating assesses the
airborne sound transmission performance Reflected Sound
Mark wall Apply glue Affix the panel Completed at a range of frequencies from 125 Hertz Reflected sound is sound that is has reflect-
to 4000 Hertz. This range is consistent with ed from one or more room surfaces. Re-
the frequency range of speech. The STC flected sound takes longer to reach the ear
Method C rating does not assess the low frequency than direct sound because its path is longer,
sound transfer. Special consideration must it is useful or problematic depending on the
be given to spaces where the noise trans- delay and overlap with direct sound. Re-
fer concern is other than speech, such as flected sound can be controlled by altering
mechanical equipment or music. the surface absorbent or reflective qualities
and Asona manufactures a wide range of
Sound Absorption ceiling and wall finishes to suit the many
Sound absorption of material finishes are different applications.
Draw the exact lines to Follow the drawn lines. Use staple gun to fasten
classified according to ISO 11654 as tested
position the 3D wall panel. Staple the wooden block 2 3D panels together with
accordingly. the wooden block. to ISO 354 test method. It is the weighted Direct Sound
average absorption of a material and is a Direct sound is a single path from source
good indicator of a product performance. to receiver and it’s clarity is beneficial for
∂W numbers can have L M,H after the speech intelligibility and music tone quality
number as an indicator as to the shape of as it is unaffected by room surfaces.
the absorption curve. L means the curve is
higher at the low frequencies ( 125-250Hz)
M means the curve is higher at the mid
frequencies (500 – 1000 Hz) and H means
Hang the assembled 3D Connect the whole roll of Repeat the same process
the curve is higher at the high frequencies
units on to the affixed 3D assembled units by for the remaining wall
wooden block on the wall. staples. panels. (2000 – 4000 Hz).