Acoustic Foam Panels
Acoustic Foam is a very versatile material that is both a cost effective and attractive solution to echo problems. Studio foam is important so a recording engineer can get a clean track that isn’t cluttered with room noise. Acoustic foam panels placed on the walls and ceiling of a studio vocal booth make it so the recording is very clear and just the voice with no extra sounds. More and more these days we are having online video conferences both from the office and home office. Sound foam can help the room sounds and make your meetings much more pleasant and effective.
Acoustic foam is great for absorbing sound when there is a lot of reverberation and echo in a room that makes it difficult to hear, or in a recording studio where it’s important to have high quality sounds. This transfers low-grade heat, transforming the sound energy into kinetic energy and dispersing the room’s reflection echoes. Foams are available in a wide variety of sizes, forms, and fire ratings (class B and class A). For soundproof panels used in public spaces like hospitals, schools, and churches, melamine foam should be used because it is class A fire authorized.
This are available in numerous color options, surface designs, thickness options, and NRC (noise reduction coefficient) ratings available for this. They can take the form of ceiling clouds, wall panels, ceiling panels, ceiling tiles for glue-on applications, or fitting in a T-grid.
1. Recycled Materials
2. Non-Flammable in Category A (Per ASTM E-84)
3. Small size
4. Ease of Installation (adhesively applied)
5. Impact-resistant and robust
6. Cheap fiberglass devoid of volatile organic chemicals like formaldehyde
7. Outstanding Acoustic Absorption
Are of usage:
Lobbies & Reception
Patient waiting rooms
Theatre’s and Auditorium
Hallways & Corridors Libraries
Student housing Study halls
Size: 1m x 2m,1m x 1m, 50cm x 50cm
Shape: Egg Crated, Wedge, Pyramid, Plain, Labyrinth
Color: Black, white, red, Blue, Yellow.
Type: PU Foam or Melamine type.