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    Sound insulation panels

    Fibers & Foams offers various sound-insulating panels that help reduce noise from machines, compressors, generators and engines. These panels are designed to reduce sound transmission from inside to outside and vice versa. They add mass to structures, resulting in improved sound insulation.

    Where are sound insulating boards used?

    Soundproofing panels are used for various constructions, such as walls, floors, and enclosures. A popular type is EASYmass due to its high mass and thin profile. By attaching these panels to construction parts, the sound insulation is improved.

    The panels have a high specific gravity, which means they effectively insulate sound. The heavier the construction, the better the sound is blocked. Therefore, EASYmass is often used to increase the weight of the enclosure, making it harder for sound to escape outside.

    Strengthen construction with sound insulation plates.

    Sound insulation panels are panels that are attached to structural elements to improve sound insulation. A heavier construction results in better sound insulation. Therefore, sound insulation panels, such as EASYmass, have a high specific gravity.

    For example, by seamlessly placing these panels in an enclosure around a pump, the enclosure becomes heavier. This reduces sound transmission from inside to outside. Every doubling of mass results in approximately a 3 dB gain in sound reduction.

    Sound insulation wall panels

    Soundproof wall panels are an effective way to create a soundproof wall, blocking out sound to a large extent. By using sound insulation materials, such as these heavier panels, you can ensure good sound insulation.

    When it comes to creating a peaceful and comfortable living environment, soundproof wall panels are essential. Whether it's reducing disturbing noises from outside or maintaining privacy in your own space, these special wall panels offer an effective solution to minimise noise pollution.

    Why use sound insulation wall panels?

    Soundproofing wall panels, also known as soundproofing plasterboards, are specially designed to absorb and reflect sound waves, greatly reducing sound transmission between rooms.

    This makes these panels particularly suitable for homes, offices, and shops where privacy and sound comfort are of great importance.

    How effective is sound insulation material?

    The effectiveness of soundproofing material depends on various factors, including the type of material, thickness, installation method, and environmental conditions. Generally, soundproofing material can significantly help reduce sound transmission between spaces and improve the acoustics within a room.

    Since every situation is unique, we recommend contacting us. With our extensive experience in various types of sound insulation, we can provide you with expert advice.

    If you aim for a peaceful and comfortable living or working environment, the impact of sound insulation material is invaluable.

    The difference between sound insulation panels and absorptive panels

    Soundproofing panels are designed to reduce sound transmission between spaces by blocking sound and preventing it from entering or leaving the room. They are typically made of high-density materials such as solid wood, plaster, or special soundproofing materials. Soundproofing panels are effective in reducing sound transmission through walls, ceilings, and floors, creating a more isolated and quiet environment.

    Sound-absorbing panels, unlike sound-insulating panels, are designed to absorb and reduce sound waves rather than block them. They are made of porous materials such as acoustic foam, fibres, or special acoustic panels with a perforated surface. These materials absorb sound waves, thereby reducing reverberation, echo, and sound reflections in a space. Sound-absorbing panels are often used in spaces where clear speech intelligibility and pleasant acoustics are important, such as meeting rooms, auditoriums, theatres, and recording studios.

    In short, soundproofing panels reduce sound transfer between spaces, while sound-absorbing panels absorb sound waves to reduce reverberation and reflections within a space.