Monthly Archives: May 2012

Riba CPD

30 May 2012 | Category: Things happens

Fellert is currently working on setting up a Riba CPD presentation, so yesterday we visited the Royal Institute of British Architects in the heart of London for a pre-assement meeting. We are aiming for a presentation that will explain how seamless acoustical plaster functions, when it is preferable to use in comparison with other sound […]

What you see is what you’ll get

23 May 2012 | Category: How does it really work, Interesting facts

2-Methyl-2H-isothiazolin-3-one, 1, 2-Benzisothiazoline-3-one, does that sound like ingredients you’d like to find in your morning cereals? – I don’t think so. Most of us are quite aware of and rather picky about what we eat. Strange ingredients added which we can’t identify and can’t understand the purpose of them being there normally makes the alarm bell […]

2012 CISCA Convention Awards

11 May 2012 | Category: Great Sound, Good Looks, Spiritual places, churches & temples

The 2012 CISCA Convention Awards have recently been official at the convention held in Charlotte, NC. Fellert has a long history of CISCA awards, as the Gold award for Blackhawk hotel , Davenport, IA last year. The Silver award for US Naval academy Annapolis, MD and Gold award for the Nelson Atkins Museum of art, […]

the Eggshell effect -a frightening example

10 May 2012 | Category: How does it really work, Interesting facts

We have paid a lot of attention in other post on, what we call the Eggshell effect,which is the combination of hard coatings on soft cores and all the risks that comes with that. Here are some links to these earlier posts  the Eggshell effect Bullet proof vest technology more on Bullet proof vest technology […]

Fellert presented at exhibition in Tallin, Estonia

2 May 2012 | Category: Things happens

Via our Estonian representative Acoustical Solutions OÜ, Fellert participated in the interior design exhibition in Tallin last week. We chose to present Fellert by running case studies and videos on a large number of tv-screens to get attention from the people passing by. It turned out to be a nice looking exhibition stand.