Products for sound insulation made of polyurethane foam, due to their structure of open cells and porosity, provide a durable and high-quality protection against harmful noise. They meet thermal insulation requirements, so they can be applied between -40°C and +120°C. They meet the UL94 HF1 standard for fire resistance, making them a difficult to ignite material. The products have no harmful effects on health and the environment. They are easy to install quickly by mechanical fastening or adhesive bonding, and depending on the need, they can be easily removed and replaced.
Foam materials have a wide range of construction applications as sound insulation for walls and ceilings in numerous commercial, institutional, and residential buildings.
We offer several types of foam materials, which we categorize as sound absorbers and sound barriers (sound insulation).
Porous foam materials, particularly those made from polyurethane, are a highly effective and affordable option for sound insulation. These materials can be found in rolls or sheets and have been shown to provide long-lasting protection against harmful noise due to their open-cell structure and porosity. They also meet thermal insulation requirements and can be applied in temperatures ranging from -40°C to +120°C. Furthermore, these products satisfy the UL94 HF1 fire resistance standard, making them difficult to ignite.
Not only are foam materials easy to install using mechanical fasteners or adhesives, they also have a wide range of construction applications for sound insulation in commercial, institutional, and residential buildings. Foam materials are divided into sound absorbers and sound barriers (sound insulation) and we offer several types of each.
Compared to other noise protection methods, foam materials have many advantages. They are quick and easy to install, available in versions with reinforcement or self-adhesive, and easy to remove or replace. Additionally, if the budget for noise protection work is limited, foam insulation is an optimal solution that maximizes results in relation to investment.
Foam materials are also used to reduce noise from external sources when installed in the opposite direction of the sound source (requiring a new partition, such as gypsum board). When combined with anti-acoustic spacers on which gypsum boards are installed, foam insulation gives excellent results in noise protection.
In addition to residential construction, foam materials have almost unlimited commercial use, providing protection against impact noise, loud machinery, and other sources of noise. Some items in our product range can also be used for decorative purposes, giving a unique appearance to the space. We also offer articles for extremely high temperatures with a Class 1 fire rating.
In addition to their sound insulation role, foam materials also perform well in meeting thermal insulation requirements. Overall, foam materials offer an effective and economical solution for noise protection and thermal insulation needs in various building applications.
There are various applications where this building materials can be used. These applications are divided into three categories: commercial, residential, and institutional. The commercial applications include theaters, music halls, conference rooms, sports arenas, fitness centers, TV studios, music studios, playrooms, offices, meeting rooms, restaurants, cafes, nightclubs, shooting ranges, industrial plants, energy facilities, and garages. The residential applications include homes, apartments, home theaters, home offices, and home music studios. The institutional applications include libraries, museums, educational institutions, hospitals, police or military facilities, and places of worship. These various buildings and spaces can benefit from the use of building materials, particularly for sound insulation and noise reduction purposes.