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Noise-absorbent materials

Noise-absorbent materials are used to prevent reflections of noise (the so-called "sound box-effect"). Because of these noise reflections against hard surfaces, the noise level increases. This is prevented by the correct application of noise-absorbing materials.

Our assortment includes several technical materials aimed at noise absorption, such as EASYfoam, Ecosorb and EASYpol to reduce noise reflections in, among other things, machine enclosures or technical spaces.

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Remco Soeteman
Remco Soeteman
Acoustic specialist

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Product
Specifications
Qualities
EASYfoam
FireSeal
  • Fire resistant
  • Antibacterial and anti-fungal
  • Noise-insulating because of the high density (90 kg/m3)

Acoustic value

Fire resistance

Application

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EASYfoam
FireSeal HR
  • CE-certified
  • Fire resistant
  • Reinforced glass fibre top layer

Acoustic value

Fire resistance

Application

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EASYfoam
AC2
  • Moisture and oil resistant top layer
  • Firm structure of the top layer
  • Self-adhesive

Acoustic value

Fire resistance

Application

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EASYpol
Polyester wool
  • Very long lifespan
  • Insensitive to moisture
  • Fire resistant

Acoustic value

Fire resistance

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EASYfoam
PU
  • Black PU top layer
  • Oil and moisture resistant
  • Self-adhesive

Acoustic value

Fire resistance

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EASYfoam
TC2
  • Very good noise absorption
  • For applications in a dry environment
  • Self-adhesive

Acoustic value

Fire resistance

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EASYfoam
Convoluted foam
  • High-quality open-cell polyester
  • Firm thanks to uniform cell distribution
  • Self-adhesive

Acoustic value

Fire resistance

Application

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EASYfoam
Pyramid foam
  • high-quality open-cell polyester
  • Firm pyramid structure
  • Self-adhesive

Acoustic value

Fire resistance

Application

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