Our specially developed FR (Fire Retardant) acoustic panel, which is fire-rated, allows all players in the construction industry to optimise acoustics while at the same time having a decorative effect on the interior design and visual appearance of the room.

Panels as interiors for walls and ceilings have become enormously popular. It is now also possible to supply fire-approved acoustic panels that meet the current requirements for use as materials in public and private buildings, as well as the project market.

With our EN 13823 / B-s1,d0 approved panels, we follow the requirements of both design and legislation. That's why we are proud to deliver to public buildings, such as hotels, theatres, schools etc. - buildings where good and beautiful acoustic solutions are simply necessary!

White Oak


Grey Oak

Smoked Oak

American Walnut



In our range of acoustic panels, we can now offer our customers a Danish-produced and fire-approved acoustic panel that performs just as well in sound tests as our standard wooden panels!

The slats on the panel is made of plywood with respectively: Natural oak, White oak, Smoked oak, Grey oak, Pine and Walnut veneers.
The black fiberboard backing maintains the visual depth of the panel, as well as the beautiful aesthetic and Scandinavian design, just like all our other beautiful panels.



11 mm / 0.43 in

Slat width

31,5 mm / 1.24 in

Distance between slats

13 mm / 0.51 in


0,5 mm / 0.02 in

Wood fiberboard

9 mm / 0.35 in

Total meas

2480 x 600 x 21 mm / 97.64 x 23.62 x 0.83 in


1,44 m2 pr panel


14,2 kg / 31.31 lb

Data sheet


At BY VENØ, sustainability is not just a buzzword; it's an ambition. We carefully weave environmental considerations into every step of our value chain, from concept to the final customer. Our focus on long-lasting, quality products, such as our elegant and timeless acoustic panels, reflects our dedication to intelligent and more sustainable solutions.


These panels are made from FSC®-certified wood and veneer, as well as other controlled materials.

Link to sound test


The uniqueness of Fog & Venø's fire-retardant acoustic panels lies in their high classification, B-s1, d0, indicating minimal contribution to fire spread, very low smoke development, and no dripping from the materials during a fire.

The panel's construction

Our acoustic panels are composed of three components that provide you with the best room acoustics and an aesthetic expression.

THE VENEER: The veneer or surface of the slat is the final finish that defines our acoustic panels. Along with the rest of the panel, the veneer contributes to both matching and creating contrast with the rest of the interior.

THE SLAT: Our FR slats are produced from plywood. The more angles sound has to pass through, the more it is reduced. The structure and placement of the slat on the board cause the sound waves to break before they hit the board, which further enhances the reduction.

THE FIBERBOARD: Sound moves in waves and is reflected back into the room when it hits hard surfaces. By using a fiberboard that sound can pass through via air holes in the board, the sound is absorbed, thereby reducing the reverberation in the room.

Adjustment of FR panels

Post processing

If you need to adapt your FR panels, it is important to repaint the adapted edges to ensure that the panels retain their fire-retardant value and status. This is incredibly simple to do. This video demonstrates how to adapt and refinish FR panels with our specially made FR varnish..

SOUND ABSORBING is important

Our felt plays an important role in the sound-absorbing properties of acoustic panels. Together with the structure of the slats, much of the sound normally reflected back into the room will be absorbed, creating a more comfortable indoor environment.


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