iSound Acoustic Foam is well-suited to alleviate slap and flutter echo – the two most common problems in closed structures and rooms not specifically designed for music recording and performance. In fact, foam can turn even the hollowest sounding warehouse or gymnasium into a suitable acoustic environment.
Be it at work or play, too much low and high-pitched noise is very disruptive. You’ve probably wondered how to eliminate dissonant noises in certain areas. This is where acoustic foam comes in.
What is acoustic foam?
Acoustic foam is a very light substance created from polyurethane (PU) foam and melamine foam. Its surface may be porous or shaped like wedges or pyramids. This type of foam is best suited as a sound absorber, one of PU foam’s several applications. Boards of acoustic foam are best placed on the ceiling, walls, and floor for optimal sound absorption.
Cancels mid and high-level noise, also known as ‘slap echo’.
Minimizes ambient noise in a room.
Guaranteed to improve the acoustic levels of any room.
iSound is an open-celled special technology made from polyurethane foam. It has distinctive features and high sound absorption properties making it ideal for studios, cinema and theaters, and can be applied also to offices, warehouses, manufacturing plants and generator set area.
Characteristics of iSound
CAL 117:2013, UL 94HF-1 Passed
iSound has low thermal conductivity
iSound can stand upto 150°C
iSound is capable of liquid absorbabilty by capillary phenomenon
iSound+ is a more lightweight and has higher heat endurance open-cell foam made from BASOTECT. Its characteristic features three-dimensional network structure consisting of slender and thus easily shaped filaments.
Characteristics of iSound+
ASTME 84 Class 1 UL94 V-0 Passed
iSound+ has good thermal insulation properties (0.035 W/Mk)