SG Sport Panel

Sports Hall with white SG Sport Acoustic Wall Panels

SG Sport panels are designed for the acoustic treatment of Sports Halls and other areas where an attractive but very tough Class A acoustic finish is required. They are suitable for use where high energy sports are played – eg football, basketball – as well as less demanding environments.

In sports halls, SG Sport panels are fitted to wall areas (generally above door height) either as a continuous lining, or in a series of blocks located between sports equipment.

SG Sport panels are also suitable for installation directly to the underside of sports hall ceilings or as a continuous suspended ceiling.

Panels consist of a dense, resin bonded acoustic fibre core with a coloured woven textile facing giving outstanding resilience and durability.

The combination of acoustic performance with an attractive and tough face means that SG Sport panels can also be used in other areas such as schools, offices and light industrial zones.

Panels are available with two edge details-

SG/C Sport panels have reinforced bevelled edges and are installed with butt joints.

SG/A Sport panels have straight cut edges and are installed with vertical Tee bars.

Both panel types are installed within a wall mounted perimeter channel frame.


Installation Hertz: 125 250 500 1K 2K 4K Abs Class
SG/A Sport Direct 0.15 0.65 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 A
SG/C Sport Direct 0.25 0.75 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 A
SG/A Sport Suspended 200mm 0.55 0.85 0.85 1.00 1.00 1.00 A
  • BS476 pt 6 and 7 – rated Class O under UK Building Regulations
  • Euroclass A2-S1-d0 (EN1350-1)
  • SG/C Sport Panels have reinforced, fabric covered long edges.
  • SG/A Sport Panels have a straight cut edges.
  • SG/C Sport: 600x2700x40
  • SG/A Sport: 1200x2700x40 and 600x1200x40
  • SG/C Sport: white/grey/blue
  • SG/A Sport: white
EN 13964 annex /DIN 18032 part 3: (Impact resistance in sports halls)

SG Sport meets Class 1A requirements (ie the highest category)

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