Sandwich panels for especially effective noise control
Sandwich panels combine several layers for optimum acoustic effectiveness.
soni COMPOSITE is a combination product consisting of a robust PUR-based acoustic foam laminated with a textile (black, light grey or sand-colored at your choice) and our soni EVA 3-01 synthetic heavy layer. This ideal combination provides soni COMPOSITE with very good noise control effectiveness in terms of both sound insulation and sound attenuation (= sound absorption). Its oil- and water-repellent and mechanically highly robust surface layer turns soni COMPOSITE into a universally suitable product for all applications that require a substantial reduction of the sound level plus efficient sound insulation.
The self-adhesive rear face ensures that the heavy layer securely and durably adheres to the entire supporting surface for optimum noise attenuation results.
soni SB 700 is a sandwich product consisting of a highly noise-absorbing, hydrophobic polyester non-woven and a soni EVA 6-01 synthetic heavy layer. This combination provides soni SB 700 with very good noise-control effectiveness in terms of both sound insulation and sound absorption. The soni SB 700 noise-control panel is ideal for a wide variety of uses, for instance for making noisy compressors much quieter.
The assembly instructions describe how to build a compressor jacket from soni SB 700 in a few easy steps.
Content: 0.5 m² (€65.80* / 1 m²)
Content: 0.5 m² (€63.80* / 1 m²)
Noise insolation of a door - easy with soni PORTA
On request, nearly all our products can be delivered with self-adhesive rear faces, enabling easy, clean and time-saving installation – perfect for retrofit applications in rooms that are already in use.
Thanks to their open-cell structure, our noise protection materials absorb sound waves and effectively attenuate bothering noise. A satisfactory result can already be achieved by lining 30 to 50 % of the ceiling and wall surfaces.
Many of our noise-control products are classified as flame-retardant according to DIN 4102 or DIN EN 13501. Please contact your local authorities in advance for information about the required fire protection class.