Acoustic Foam is perfect for:
- Ceiling tiles, utility rooms, equipment enclosures, machine rooms
- Medical facilities, clean rooms, computer rooms, offices
- Gun ranges, engine compartments, compressor enclosures, manufacturing facilities
Acoustic Foam-Polyester Film Facing
We know that sound studios can be hot and stuffy. Feel free to crank up the heat, though, because you won’t have to worry about warm conditions ruining your acoustic studio.
Our polyester film is constructed with heat, humidity and flame-resistant qualities. It also has superior insulating abilities, and our foam-polyester film facing is designed to fulfill your soundproof panel needs without added thickness. Additionally, these acoustic foam panels won’t break the bank — you’ll get the quality soundproofing you need at an affordable price.
Acoustic Foam Panel 2”
Constructed with flexible polyurethane foam, the acoustic foam panel is designed to absorb sound with added protection against rips and tears. They provide you with a quality, easy-to-install soundproofing product at an affordable low price.
As with most foam products, you can expect a product that boasts wonderful acoustic sound absorbing properties that ensure proper sound quality control. Our acoustic foam panels perform without necessitating extra padding or costs to the consumer.
Acoustic Foam-Reinforced Aluminum Facing
Reinforced aluminum facing supplies soundproof foams with added levels of protection and tear resistance during the application process. The addition of aluminum provides increased thermal resistance and heat reflection, ensuring a stronger and more durable end product.
The foam panels are constructed to perform, absorbing sound at low to high range frequencies. Reinforced aluminum facing is also simple to install — it has a peel-and-place application, ensuring an easy and fast set-up. The added protection and reinforcement guarantees longer use as well.
How Does Acoustic Foam Absorb Sound?
If you’re reading this article, you’re likely looking for a product designed to keep the noise you create inside your room in while blocking exterior noise from entering. You want to solve and perfect your noise issues, but how exactly does your soundproof room work?
Foam does not stop sound. While this may be a shocker, don’t feel discouraged — your room can still become soundproof with our acoustic foam. How exactly? Through the absorbent powers of foam.
When sound comes in contact with foam, it doesn’t bounce back and cause reverberating noise. Much like the earplugs you’ve likely used to ensure silence on a plane or during noisy nights, acoustic foam absorbs sound by softening up a room’s surfaces and reducing echo. Much like a sponge soaks up water, foam panels soak up the sound around them — so you don’t have to.
If you’re looking to ramp up the soundproofing in your space, we can help. Contact us today!