The most cost effective method for controlling unwanted sound wave reflections in a room is to apply thick sound foam panels around the room’s perimeter.
As the sound waves enter the foam, the pores accept the energy and begin to vibrate. This conducts low grade heat, which means the sound energy is converting to kinetic energy, removing the reflection echoes from the room. It might come in many shapes and sizes, in both class B and class A rated fire codes. Acoustic Insulation Foam for public venues, such as hospitals, schools and churches, should be cut from melamine foam, which is class A fire approved.
Application Areas: Acoustic Insulation Materials are used in business offices, sound recording studios, discos, tv studios, control towers, airports and many other places in order to provide acoustic insulation and echo.