Building Acoustic Solutions
Contemporary Acoustic Solutions CAS Ltd is our new building and architectural acoustic solutions division.
Services offered include:- consultation, product presentations, testing, product development, manufacture, and on site installation. Visit the CAS web site: www.CASacousticpanels.co.uk
Direct phone line 01952 580524
Contact Matt Baker Sales.
Acoustafoam would like to welcome Justine Norris who has just started working within our Graphic Design Department.
Congratulations to Jamie Roberts and Craig Jones from the Directors of Acoustafoam. Jamie is the new Quality Manager and Craig is the new Polyurethane production Manager. Both have progressed from within the company and earned their promotion from hard work and dedication. Best wishes in your new roles at Acoustafoam.
Two new contracts start March and April that will give Acoustafoam our forecast growth for 2015. Our thanks go to our customers for their support.
The Directors and staff would like to wish our customers, suppliers and friends a healthy and prosperous New Year.
Mark Mckeown is welcomed to the board of Directors at Acoustafoam.
We have started our blog to give you a better insight into the products that we make and the benefits they offer Acoustafoam Blog
Quality! Look really good, better than anticipated. Looking forward to fitting them up.
dkstenson - Ebay
Acoustic Insulation Products Manufactured by Acoustafoam
Sound insulation is the process of soundproofing an enclosed space. This type of insulating activity is usually employed when there is a need to keep sound from filtering into or out of the space.
Acoustic foam reduces or eliminates echoes and background noises by controlling the reverberation that sound can make by bouncing off walls. This type of sound absorption is different than soundproofing, which is typically used to keep sound from escaping a room.
With the aid of our profiling machine and laminating plant we have a complete range of acoustic insulation products to meet all customer demands. We offer over 500 combinations of foams, barriers, facings, profiles and self adhesives in sheet and cut part form.
Polyurethane is a resilient, flexible and durable material that resists moisture, heat and insulates walls. (available in white or black)
Foil facing is used to stop vapour or moisture whilst they reduce heat loss through radiation and reflecting any extra heat from another source. (Class O certified)
Made of natural fibres such as wool or synthetic fibre such as acrylic it can be fire retardant.
A vinyl sound barrier mat loaded with naturally occurring minerals which is free of load, unrefined aromatic oils and bitumen to improve sound insulation.
Also known as needle mat offers uniform thickness and density, high temperature performance up to 650 degrees and contains no binders. This material is an excellent thermal conductivity at elevated temperatures, non-toxic and exceptional sound absorption properties.
Aluminium coated glass fibre
Using a special adhesive to cover fibre cloth with aluminium foil leaves the product with an even and smooth surface. It has high reflectivity, high tensile strength, good sealing performance, airtight, heat insulation, is sound absorbent and waterproof.
Profiling acoustic foam sheets provides a greater surface area for increased sound absorption.
These materials can be supplied for direct to wall fixing via mechanical or spray adhesive, supplied with a peelable self-adhesive backing or with a bracket fixing on the back for suspending from the ceiling. There is an option to have melamine foam or A01 acoustic foam to be spray painted to any RAL colour or enclosed in a material cover.
Acoustafoam offers a wide range of acoustic foam products with excellent noise and sound absorption properties. Our foams meet flame retardant standards: FMVSS 302, UL94 HF1 and Class O.
We have a wealth of knowledge in many industrial applications using our range of foams - Automotive, rail, generators, construction, air conditioning and defence to name but a few.
Please contact our Sales Team at Acoustafoam for help: 01952 581340.