Engineered for Performance — The Anechoic pattern was designed to increase surface area, ultimately increasing the acoustic performance. Udderly Quiet™ Anechoic Acoustic Foams absorb sound generated at low, mid and high frequencies.
Quality — Udderly Quiet™ Anechoic Acoustic Foams are made with flexible, professional grade acoustic polyurethane foam. The foam keeps its color better and longer than other, lower quality foams. Udderly Quiet™ Anechoic Acoustic Foams are firmer than other acoustic foam products on the market which adds protection against rips or tears.
Ease of Installation — Udderly Quiet™ Anechoic Acoustic Foams are light weight and can be attached to a variety of surfaces. No special tools or materials are needed.
Personalization — Udderly Quiet™ Anechoic Acoustic Foams are available in a variety of colors and sizes. Choose the color that best matches your personal décor.
Architectural Interest — The 3D, double convoluted pattern of the Udderly Quiet™ Anechoic Acoustic Foams creates a visually unique environment.
Flammability — Udderly Quiet™ Anechoic Acoustic Foams are manufactured from polyurethane foam that has a flammability rating of UL94 HF-1. Before choosing this product, be sure the flammability rating passes your local building code for exposed materials. /p>
Not just for Professional Studios — Udderly Quiet™ Anechoic Acoustic Foams can be used almost anywhere reverberation (echo) is an issue. Just be sure local fire codes are met.
- Charcoal: 1 1/2in.(Case of 12, 96 sqft)
- Aqua: 1 1/2in.(Case of 12, 96 sqft)
- Pumpkin: 1 1/2in.(Case of 12, 96 sqft)
- 24 in. x 48 in.
- 48 in. x 48 in. (Special Order)
- 48 in. x 96 in. (Special Order)
Need a thickness or size not listed above? Custom thicknesses and sizes are available, please call 1-866-949-9COW for details.
- Broadcast studios
- Equipment Enclosures
- Equipment Rooms
- Gun Ranges
- Home Recording Studios
- Home Theaters
- Industrial Facilities
- Professional Theaters
- Professional Recording Studios
- Warehousing facilities
* NRC = noise reduction coefficient