The goal is acoustic comfort.

ISINAC’s main goal is to achieve Acoustic Comfort, deemed a passive generator of health. It avoids physical reactions such as headaches, anxiety, bad moods, or exhaustion… by eliminating the noise that prevents conversations being listened to.

However, to achieve Acoustic comfort, the first thing to consider are the characteristics of each space: its size, the materials it is made out of, the design, the elements it contains… At ISINAC, each project is unique. We do not believe in standard solutions or kits depending on the size of the room. We focus on each construction and design element that gives shape to the room that is going to be reformed. ISINAC’s solutions combine three main principles: constant R&D, the use of products with the best technical characteristics, and design. In order to achieve all of these requirements, not only do we strive to provide acoustic comfort to the rooms, but we also try to preserve their style and character.


An ISINAC, the process to transform a room or space into a place that is acoustically comfortable is made up of with 3 steps:


Calculate the reverberation time.

Before we begin, we must know what type of problems we will be encountering. To this, our technicians shall collect some data that allows them to picture an estimate level of the current reverberation in the room. Taking into account the different rules on the noise levels allowed, we determine the reverberation level admitted and the amount of acoustic absorption material that should be installed. With this information, we can move on to the next step.


Solution proposal.

When we know the amount of material that needs to be installed, we send a proposal to the client. When drafting the proposal, several aspects are taken into account: the usage made of the room, its design, the proposed style … All this information is concentrated in a proposal that includes the solutions that best suit the project.


Manufacture and supply.

Once the client has accepted the acoustic conditioning proposal, it is time to manufacture the products, pack them and deliver the goods to the client.


ISINAC solutions are characterized by their simplicity and ease. The same pattern has been used when developing the anchoring systems. At ISINAC, panels can be installed in one of two ways:


This solution is the quickest, simplest, and cleanest. During the manufacture of panels, an adhesive layer is added to one of the panel’s surfaces. As a result, the adhesive becomes part of the panel and guarantees its fixation (with minimum chances of detachment once stuck). When installing it, simply remove the plastic film that covers the adhesive and stick the panel to the wall or the ceiling (after having cleaned the latter to make sure there was no dust or dirt).


At ISINAC we have developed an anchoring patent for the installation of hanging panels. The system works in the style of a spring that is screwed directly into the panel by the surface where you want to hang. It is a simple, fast and easy system.

Spring anchor from ISINAC

For that panels that measure more than 1 meter at either side. They are reinforced with a 9mm birch plywood sheet at the bottom. These panels are installed by means of a really easy hanging system that is based on two pieces:

Cáncamo cerrado M5
Decorativa cable y mini mosquetón GRIPPLE



Easy magnetized placement system. The advantages are for cleaning, disassembly removal without loss of the material, painting the surfaces, movung the pieces or turning them.

Ease of installation

  • Installation with iron sheet, magnet, multiple plugs.
  • Everything included in the kit.
  • Installation speed easy disassembly.

Calmping force and displacement force

  • Approx clamping force 4kg (approx.. 39.2 N)
  • Approx. displacement force 600g. (approx.. 7.85 N)
  • Max service temperature 80ºC

The maximum force with which a magnet can adhere to a specific adhering surface varies considerably depending on the direction of the applied force.

The maximum clamping force we indicate is valid for a vertically applied loading force with respect to the contact surface.

However, if the loading force is applied parallel to the contact surface (shear direction), the maximum value is considerably lower (approx., 15% of the indicated clamping force).

In many magnetic applications, the loading force acts parallel to the contact surface. In these cases, the force that can be applied to the magnets is much lower than the indicated maximum clamping force.

Since the nature of the surface of the adhering object varies and is unknown to us, we can only provide general guidelines regarding the maximum loading force parallel to the contact surface.

Material Combination Displacement Force Clamping force
Neodymium Iron-Iron 15% 100%
Anclaje perfil techo - GRIPPLE
Imán para decorativa - GRIPPLE