If you are looking for a professional way to control noise and achieve sound absorption, we at Symphony 440 Design Group have got the perfect acoustic design engineered for you! Our experienced team of acoustic engineers can help provide the right acoustic foam solution you need for noise reduction through acoustic engineering. These insulation materials are very widely used to line equipment enclosures. This is also commonly used to treat reflections in Home heaters and auditoriums. You can use our acoustic melamine foam where sound absorption, noise reduction and vibration control are needed and attain the best acoustic design.
This sound dampening acoustic foam panel is great for industrial facilities, churches, multi-purpose rooms, recording studios or other spaces that require acoustical control. Melamine Foam is an extremely lightweight insulation material that exhibits exceptional resistance to heat, low flame propagation, and smoke. It possesses excellent thermal and acoustical insulation properties. Acoustic foam is widely used in applications such as HVAC and ECS ducts to wall/fuselage insulation in aircraft engineering, as well as mass transit and power generation.
With a high degree of sound absorption and excellent thermal insulation characteristics, this foam is low in density making it suitable for applications with weight restrictions such as the aircraft and rail industries. Acoustic Melamine foam can be designed to meet your acoustic engineering requirements as it can be laminated, converted and fabricated making it a highly versatile foam. Melamine is halide free meaning when it is exposed to high degree of heat or naked flames they do not emit toxic by-products generally associated with conventional polyurethane-based acoustic foams. The excellent acoustic absorption qualities and high thermal insulation characteristics of melamine foam allow the material to be used in a wide range of applications. Enclosures could be internally lined with our range of acoustic materials to encapsulate noise sources entirely. Also, these Acoustic Melamine foams are used widely in aviation, automotive and building industries.