Primacoustic on Acoustic Trends & Solutions Ahead of InfoComm

In this Q&A, Primacoustic shares the latest acoustic trends and solutions for commercial spaces and its plans for InfoComm ’23 ahead of the show.

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Primacoustic, a provider of acoustic solutions for commercial space, recognizes the importance of connecting face-to-face with the AV industry community, and they believe that attending InfoComm ’23 provides valuable opportunities to showcase their products, network with industry partners and stay informed about the latest trends and innovations. In this Q&A with Commercial Integrator, Primacoustic shares its insights into the biggest trends in the industry and how they plan to lean into these trends with their products and solutions. If you’re planning to attend InfoComm ’23 or interested in the latest solutions for acoustic treatment, read on to discover more about Primacoustic’s journey and what attendees can expect to see from them at the event.

CI: Explain the value to Primacoustic of connecting face-to-face with the AV industry community at InfoComm ’23.

Primacoustic: Attending InfoComm ‘23 provides valuable opportunities to showcase our products, network with industry partners, and stay informed about the latest trends and innovations. Demonstrating the features and benefits of our solutions in person is crucial in an industry where hands-on experience and tangible results can make all the difference. Building relationships and collaborations with new vendors, manufacturers, integrators, and consultants can help us expand our reach and impact. Additionally, gaining insights into the needs and challenges of our customers and partners allows us to inform product development and marketing strategies and remain at the forefront of the industry.

CI: What are the biggest, most impactful trends that Primacoustic has its eye on and that you expect will shape InfoComm ’23?

Primacoustic: PET acoustic panels are trending in the world of acoustic treatment and interior design. PET (polyethylene terephthalate) is a material made from recycled plastic bottles and has become a popular alternative to traditional acoustic panel materials like fiberglass or mineral wool. PET panels offer similar sound absorption properties while also being more eco-friendly and sustainable.

CI: How is Primacoustic leaning into those trends with its products and solutions? What can InfoComm attendees expect to see from you?

Primacoustic: With the popularity of recycled PET materials, Primacoustic has released EcoScapes, a new line of PET-based acoustic solutions. This includes acoustic panels, clouds, and wood slatted wall panels, all of which are made from recycled PET material and offer excellent sound absorption properties. With the added benefit of unique and helpful installation tools and support, Primacoustic is the right product for any project.

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