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There are a variety of commercial spaces where acoustic treatment is used to create a better work space. There are also acoustical treatments that can be used for office privacy or creating comfortable event spaces. Acoustic foam contains polyurethane technology molded specifically for the overall improvement of a room’s or structure’s acoustics. It is perfect for areas such as recording studios, cinemas, warehouses, manufacturing plants, gyms, auditoriums, generator rooms, etc. This conducts low grade heat, which means the sound energy is converting to kinetic energy, removing the reflection echoes from the room.
In general, position the acoustic foam on your walls with acoustic panels and put the bass traps across corners of your room.
It all depends on the size of your rooms. If it is a large room and contains a certain number of doors and windows, the quantities of acoustic foam would increase. The room shape might also influence the requirement, L-shaped & Square shaped rooms will require more foams. If you have any difficulties determining how many foams you need, you can try our acoustic panel's calculator for counting here ►
There are 4 most common types of acoustic foams for soundproofing: Pyramid, Wedge, Eggcrate, Bass Trap. We also offer new styles of acoustic foam such as wall panel, Hemisphere grid shape and acoustic art panels.
Follow the instruction in this video to extract the acoustic foam
Put the Studio Foam out for your specific application. Keep in mind that you want the foam evenly distributed throughout the room.
Measure any areas that need to be field cut on the foam and make the appropriate cuts (examples would be around beams, doorways, or if a short piece is needed). After all the pieces have been field cut, put the material back in the appropriate position on the wall or ceiling and lightly mark the bottom and side of where each piece will be lightly with a pencil to ensure straight application.
There are two ways to put the acoustic foams on the designated wall.
Method 1: Use Arrowzoom Sticky Double Sided Tape . Each foam should use 4 tapes. One for each corner. Once you peel off the sticker, the Acoustic Foams should easily sticky to the surface of your choice.
Method 2: Glue each piece individually with PL Polyurethane Construction Adhesive. Create a perimeter around the outside of the material staying 1 1/2" away from the edge. Create an X pattern across the center of the material.
(Note: Due to Shipping Reason, we do not sell Glue)
Line the material up with the lines you marked in Step 3 and press firmly against the material compressing the foam. Repeat step for remaining pieces of foam.
• It depends on the room size these are sufficient but you should drop a few more dollars and get something a little better quality.
• Yes, you can. But it wouldn’t keep 100% of the sound out, however. These are really designed to insulate a room and dampen sound before it hits a wall and reflects back. They will keep some sound out, but not too much. If you're going to put it on a door just made sure you over lap the gaps between the door and the wall on all sides. Like, put the tile about an inch past the edge of the door.
• No, that's really not what these are for. They provide echo damping, not sound proofing. Sure, if you coated a door with the stuff on both sides it might lessen the sound a bit, but it's really not what they're meant to do. These panels are only designed to reduce room noise inside, not noises from outside.
• It is a huge square with the size of 50cm X 50cm (19.6 in X 19.6 in)
• This product will not 100% soundproof a room. But it will help with sound-isolation of the room.
• You can, but we wouldn't advise this. Not only they are extremely porous--because clearly, its foam, it would change the condition to do what they were originally intended to do (to collect sound). We suggest you buy different colors of panels, we offer different colors for these kind of situations.
• No, if it’s uncovered open area, it wont last the rain and sun. If it’s on a covered area the dust or dirt may affect the quality of the foam and may affect it’s ability to collect or isolate sound.
• Our Acoustic foam is a lightweight open celled foam material made from polyurethane foam polyester, and also extruded melamine foam.
• There are a couple of ways of doing it, one way is to arrange all of them together on your wall opposite of your monitors another way is to spread them out evenly around the room. For more ideas on you can check on Youtube.
• Yes, they are
• Yes it will substantially. But it depends on the size of the room on how much it will absorb the sound.
• Not really, but you can buy our Bass Trap Foam to lessen the intense bass.
• Yes. Quite easily.