Noise Control and Acoustic Foams:
Class O Foam
FO 36 Foam
Acoustic foam is heat resistant and boasts fantastic absorbing properties. With this in mind, there are many applications for polyurethane foam products in the construction and building sector. A major application is the HVAC field. PU foams are resistant to heat as a result of their cell structure. They also have absorbing properties that offer many benefits for such applications.
Supplied in 2 x 1m sheets and also rolls.
We can also supply polyurethane foams with a foil facing and self-adhesive backing if required.
A Sound Solution to Noise
Accoustic foams have plenty of industrial applications such as in the automotive, agricultural, rail and marine industries for sound absorption. For domestic applications, wall soundproofing foam can be used to stop echoes in a recording studio for example. They can also be used for any use which includes damping sound.
How Do Acoustic Foams Work?
In industrial applications, these can be used in automotive, agricultural, rail and marine industries for sound absorption. In domestic applications, they can be used to stop echoes in a recording studio for example. They can also be used for any use, including damping sound.
We offer high quality acoustic foams in a wide range of grades, compositions and thicknesses. This ensures we can provide the optimum level of noise reduction based on each unique situation. We can supply acoustic foams, including Class O Foam, in many different forms, such as:
– Straight cut sheets & rolls
– Cut parts
– Egg box panels
– Pyramid profiled panels
Acoustic Foams for Every Situation
Some of the applications where our products are used in include:
– Compressors and generators
– Ceiling and wall tiles in industrial, office and domestic environments
– Air conditioning units
– Engine protection in the automotive, rail, agricultural and marine industries
– Suspended absorbers for large rooms such as cinemas, theatres, school halls, and exhibition rooms
We also bond a self-adhesive backing to the foam if required.
This enables simple installation on walls, brickwork and even steel. Furthermore, we can encapsulate products such as suspended sound absorbers in vinyl. This makes them an attractive feature in their own right. At the same time, it provides effective noise reduction, so is ideal if you are looking for soundproofing foams.