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Product description

The pyracoustic baffles are made of high quality lightweight melamine foam. These acoustic baffles can be used to reduce reverberation in a room.

Baffles are used especially in high rooms. Because these baffles have two suspension points, they are easy to hang and move. Baffles can therefore be suspended from the ceiling between and underneath installations.


The pyracoustic baffles are available in a standard size of (L x H x T): 120 x 30 x 5 cm.


The pyracoustic melamine foam baffles are available in the colour: light grey.


The Pyracoustic melamine foam baffles are supplied with two suspension eyes and further mounting accessories. The hooks are available in several sizes. Screws and plugs are nog included with this product.

Fire safety

The baffles are tested and certified as B1 class according to the DIN 4102 standard and remain stable up to a temperature of 80 degrees Celsius.


– Humidity affects melamine foam. Tolerances: At 100% humidity there is a maximum dimensional change of +/- 5%.
– There may be cavities, unevenness in the foam. Tolerances: maximum 10 cavities per m2 and cavities must not exceed 15 mm.


It is not possible to guarantee certain properties or suitability of our products in a specific application. Please consult our additional conditions or contact us.


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Pyracoustic | Melamine foam Baffle

from 10,00 excl. VAT

Lightweight melamine foam baffles without adhesive layer.

Special offer 35% discount
50% discount when purchasing the entire batch.

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