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Acoustic Foam

Acoustic foam can be used to absorb sound for your next soundproofing project. We offer foam panels in a variety of colors, patterns, thicknesses and sound ratings. Using a Class A melamine foam core, they can be in the form of wall or ceiling panels, corner bass traps, ceiling tiles, ceiling clouds, and hanging baffles. Our acoustic foams are perfect for reducing echo in factories, recording and broadcast studios, auditoriums, churches, classrooms and many other facilities.   We work with premier brands of acoustic foam available in linear, pyramid, wedge, anechoic wedge, or flat patterns.

Types of Acoustic Foam Products

Foam Wall and Ceiling Panels
Foam products used on walls and ceilings can be creative as well as effective. You can fill an entire space with acoustic foam or integrate it into an overall acoustic design. Foam products for walls and ceilings also serve as excellent diffusers. The foam not only absorbs sound but the shapes on the exposed side helps refract sound waves so that they are less obtrusive coming backing into a space.  
Foam Clouds and Baffles
Foam clouds and baffles are an excellent option when you don’t want to secure something directly to the wall or ceiling. Suspended from the ceiling, foam clouds and baffles come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Whether you want to use linear pieces of foam for modern look or use wavy foam to accentuate the space, the choice is yours.  

Barrier Composite Foam

Generally, foam has a primary purpose, to absorb sound. However, there may be applications where you want to absorb sound in a space as well as reduce transmission to adjacent rooms. For this, we would recommend a composite foam product. This foam includes a noise barrier septum so that the product has both high STC and NRC values.

Benefits of Acoustic Foam

  • Can be applied to any surface

  • Mold and Mildew Resistant

  • Various shapes, designs, and colors

  • Great for architectural and industrial sound absorbing applications

Goodnow Library

At Goodnow Library and Sudbury, Massachusetts DDS Acoustical Specialties used 2″ Sonex Foam Panels to reduce the echo and reverberation in the library’s maker lab.

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