Acoustic Foam is an effective treatment for airborne noise.
Acoustic Foam is an effective treatment for airborne noise. It is typically used as a composite, sandwiched on either side of a mass-loaded barrier layer. While it is often most effective in this combination, the foam itself also has acoustic blocking characteristics, and has been fine-tuned especially to attenuate the sounds from machinery, like engines, generators and other marine equipment. It may be used in combination with composite, as a less expensive alternative or as a complement in areas where it’s difficult to place stiffer composite materials.
Acoustic foam is versatile, fire retardant, and an easy fit for hard-to-cover nooks and crannies. Its fibrous structure is designed to redirect and reduce sounds of certain wavelengths, which makes it ideal for machinery spaces in marine, medical, and industrial applications.
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Typical Physical Properties
Typical Acoustic Properties