Acoustic Foam Panels


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, re moving the reflection echoes from the room.    Foams come in many shapes and sizes, in both class B and class A rated fire codes.   Sound Foam Panels for public venues, such as hospitals, schools and churches, should be cut from melamine foam, which is class A fire approved.   Industrial, recording, studio and residential treatments will typically target class B rated foams, made from open cell polyurethane foam.q

Acoustic foam, commonly referred to as sound-absorbing foam or soundproof foam, is available in many different colors, surface patterns, thickness and NRC (noise reduction coefficient) ratings. They can be in the form of wall panels, ceiling panels and ceiling clouds, ceiling tiles for glue on applications, or fitting in a T-grid.

Melamine foam meets all Class A fire ratings, and can be used in applications such as in factories, recording and broadcast studios, auditoriums, churches, classrooms and many other facilities to correct a sound or noise problem.

Note that the thicker panels will perform better with low base frequencies like drums, machinery, barking dogs, etc…while thinner panels work just fine for human voice.


These Panels Absorb Up to 80% Of Your Echo These  are 2’x2′ square foam panels made of class A fire rated melamine foam.   The panels are availalbe in 2″, 3″ or 4″ thickness.   The thicker the panel, the qqbetter your performance values at the low base frequency levels.   Ideal for controlling noise in schools, music rooms, churches, recording studios, and factories with high heat or open flame noise sources.   The panels have the Pyramid bevel in their design, which generates a seamless appearance as they are applied to your perimeter wall or ceiling surfaces.

Egg crate:

Eggcrate 2’x4’ acoustic foam sound panels made from class A fire rated melamine foam.   Available in light gray or pure white, these foam panels are ideal for controlling excessive noise levels in public buildings including schools, churches, hospitals, office and more.  qqq Fire Flex is also an ideal sound panel treatment for loud excessive factory noise where high heat sources or open flames are in proximity to the noise.  Fire Flex does not burn.

The panels are available in 2″, 3″ and 4″ thicknesses.  Thicker panels are used to attack lower frequency noise.


  1. Recycled Materials
  2. Class A – Non-Flammable (Per ASTM E-84)
  3. Lightweight
  4. Easy to Install (adhesively applied)
  5. Impact Resistant
  6. Durable
  7. Low Cost
  8. Fiberglass Free
  9. No Formaldehyde – No VOC’S
  10. Hi-Performance Acoustical Absorption


Sound Absorption Coefficient
As per ASTM C423-90a
125Hz 250Hz 500Hz 1KHz 2KHz 4KHz NRC
2″ 0.07 0.25 0.60 0.94 0.97 1.08 0.70
3″ 0.18 0.44 0.96 1.14 1.18 1.19 0.95
4″ 0.16 0.62 1.10 1.20 1.21 1.22 1.05



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