Polyethylene and Plastazote Foam Materials for Sound Dampening
Self-adhesive acoustic foam is made from flexible materials such as polyethylene and plastazote. Its self-extinguishing, non-drip properties make it suitable for a wide range of applications, not least sound deadening for construction projects.
Acoustic foam is designed to control the reverberation of sound within a building and is frequently used in the construction of factories, recording studios, concert venues, theatres, schools, nurseries and churches/cathedrals.
Applications for acoustic foam
- Sound dampening
- Polyethylene expansion joints
- Frost blanks
- Eve fillers
Key Properties of acoustic foam
- High absorption of noise across a broad frequency range
- High density & hardness
- Conforms to the strictest of flame-retardant regulations
- High resistance to extreme temperatures
Polyethylene foam, often known as closed-cell foam, is a chemically cross-linked foam that is extremely robust and resilient. Closed-cell foam is rigid, making it ideal for a variety of industrial and commercial uses such as shock absorption, packaging, buoyancy aids, thermal insulation, kneeling pads, and acoustic soundproofing.
- Chemical and grease resistance.
- Impervious to mildew, rot and bacteria.
- Flexible and lightweight.
- Resistant to wear and tear.
- Temperature resistance ranges from -60°C to 90°C.
Contact us today for sound deadening foam
At Bracken Foam Fabricators, we are dedicated to delivering the highest quality polyethylene and plastazote foam products to customers. If you require either of these, give us a call on +353 21 4709556, email email@example.com or simply complete our enquiry form.