This is a mass-loaded sound barrier which is designed to add mass the building elements, for improving the Sound Transmission Class (STC) rating. It can also be used in acoustic duct lagging to increase sound absorption in the cavity.
This is a unique self-adhesive vibrational damping materials, which provides consistent damping performance over a wide range of temperature. It is a composite bitumen with mineral fillers and synthetic rubber, which is ideally applied to various metal claddings, sheet metals and roofing systems.
Facade Acoustic Panels
These panels are made of perforated materials or expanded metals, or even porous aluminium without addition of mineral wool. The panel are washable, non-combustible, rainproof and windproof, and fits harmoniously into the facades modulation.
The isolation pad is an effective material for the isolation of noise and vibration, which is a combination of corks and rubbers. It is typically used in the lower load-area, such as floating floor, walls and ceilings.
Polyester Fibre Absorptive Panels
This is an ideal sound-absorber and heat-insulator for walls and ceilings. With an excellent permeability of air, these PF panels are particularly suitable for using as an indoor acoustic material and widely used in interior renovations.