EchoPanel®Mura wall covering is an exciting evolution of the Woven Image EchoPanel collection.
3 June, 2011
EchoPanel®Mura embodies the nexus between innovation and sustainability, challenging the perception of traditional wall covering by providing an innovative solution that is design driven, acoustically superior, cost effective and easy to install. It comprises low VOC with a 60% recycled post consumer content. Available in a collection of plain and patterned colourways EchoPanel®Mura sets a new standard for interior wall covering products.
It is a non-woven PET wall covering unlike any other product on the market. Comprising 60% post consumer content it has been designed to provide an innovative solution for interior wall covering requirements.
EchoPanel®Mura is a 1.9mm thick product which features added acoustic properties whilst maintaining the look and feel of a regular wall paper style product. The face side has been specifically designed to comprise a smooth clean designer look whilst the back has been engineered to provide a texture that will mould to surfaces, resulting in a more forgiving wall covering product for uneven substrates than standard wall paper. EchoPanel®Mura is light weight and is easy to cut, adhere and install with standard wall paper adhesives. When double cut the texture of the product allows for seams to become almost invisible as the fine fibres of the product interlock on a micro scale.
EchoPanel®Mura is cost effective and extremely price competitive. It is produced from a base PET fibre that is certified to Oeko-tex Standard 100 for meeting human ecological requirements and is certified by TESTex Zurich, Swiss Textile Institute.
EchoPanel®Mura is available in 2 marle effect plain colours including a marble type mushroom and a light grey imitating a rendered cement look. It is also available in two contemporary print designs Otto and Quattro.These designs are pigment printed using low VOC third party certified inks with excellent performance characteristics.
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