Kirei EchoPanel Mura Tiles for funky, functional, sustainable and acoustic style.
Design aesthetically and acoustically winning interior spaces with the infinitely customizable and ecologically sound EchoPanel acoustic panels and tiles. Take the next step in functional, beautiful, sustainable design.
Kirei EchoPanel tiles are a decorative surface finish offering acoustic performance with a felt-like face finish. Panels and tiles are produced from 100% PET, with up to 60% recycled content, reducing landfill usage and enabling recycling at the end of life.
FAST AND EASY ACOUSTIC DESIGN
Quickly add dimension to any wall. Hollow thermoformed Mura tiles are lightweight and highly sound absorbent, plus a speedy clip system enables fast installation. Mura tiles achieve Class A fire rating right out of the box, and have up to 60% recycled content to help contribute to LEED credits. Wave, Dune and Rise .45 shapes plus 10 color options are a versatile palette to elevate any room.
Inspired by the undulating ocean, Mura Wave tile provides both a steadying design force and rhythmic forms. Simple clip system installation.
- 2.36” x 19.68” x 19.68”
- 60mm x 500mm x 500mm
- Sound Absorption: NRC .55
- Fire Rating: ASTM E84 Class A
- 9 tiles per box plus clips for 3×3 installation
Mura Dune Tiles use the organic form of shifting sands to provide a design element that can be at once fixed in place as well as ever-changing. Simple clip system installation.
- 1.97” x 19.68” x 19.68”
- 50mm x 500mm x 500mm
- Sound Absorption: NRC .60
- Fire rating: ASTM E84 Class A
- VOC Emissions: ASTM D5116 <.07mg/m2/hour 9 tiles per box plus clips for 3×3 installation
Reclaimed & Rapidly Renewable Materials in all Kirei products
Each of Kirei’s products uses reclaimed, non-toxic materials to lessen their impact on natural resources and contribute to a beautiful, clean, healthy indoor environment. These principles also apply to the way they run their company, using recycled products and efficient, sustainable practices.
Kirei Board, Kirei Coco Tiles and Kirei Wheatboard
Kirei panels use rapidly renewable and reclaimed agricultural fibers to create unique, environmentally friendly interior design materials. Kirei Board, Kirei Coco Tiles and Kirei Wheatboard are manufactured using reclaimed agricultural fiber from the Sorghum, Coconut and Wheat plants grown around the world for food. After harvest the stalks or coconut husks are usually burned or thrown into landfills. By using them in the production of Kirei Board, Kirei Coco Tiles and Kirei Wheatboard this material is removed from the waste stream, reducing landfill use and air pollution, while giving rural farmers a new source of revenue from previously unused waste material. Rapidly renewable or FSC-certified wood are used as bonding strips, greatly reducing the need for newly harvested wood for building.
Kirei Bamboo uses the fast-growing (as much as a foot per day!) Moso bamboo grass to make ply panels and veneers with the modern bamboo look. The fiber produced from these dedicated bamboo plantations is greater than would be produced from similarly committed wood forest land, helping to reduce pressure on habitat from clearcutting. (PS- no pandas are harmed in the taking of bamboo for our panels – in fact the plantations, which are generally reclaimed farmland, help to preserve uncut habitat.)
Formaldehyde has been shown to be a harmful indoor air pollutant present in high levels in many indoor spaces. Using Kirei products can help reduce ambient formaldehyde emissions often found in new construction. Kirei products utilize low-or no-added urea formaldehyde adhesives to minimize any formaldehyde emissions. All Kirei products will meet California’s stringent new CARB air quality standards, as well as qualifying for LEED points for Low Emitting Materials. Kirei Zero Bamboo utilizes no-added urea formaldehyde adhesives, so if your project requires NAUF bamboo panels, specify Kirei Zero bamboo.
Kirei and LEED
Kirei products are made from rapidly renewable and reclaimed agricultural fiber, with a low-or no-added urea formaldehyde adhesive. While the US Green Building Council LEED program for Green Building does not certify materials, Kirei Board, Kirei Bamboo, Kirei Coco Tiles and Kirei Wheatboard can help your projects gain credit toward LEED Certification.