Absorbatone™ is a cost effective range of fabric covered foam acoustic absorption panels specifically designed to reduce echo and control reverberation times within buildings. Due to their foam construction, Absorbatone™ panels are not susceptible to fiber migration making them ideal for clean environments such as hospitals, hearing facilities and restaurants.
Once fitted, Absorbatone™ panels create a pleasant acoustically enhanced environment and can greatly improve speech intelligibility.
Absorbatone is available in the following standard sizes, in either 25mm or 50mm thicknesses:
- 300mm x 300mm
- 600mm x 600mm
- 600mm x 1000mm
- 600mm x 1200mm
- 1200mm x 1200mm
- 1200mm x 1500mm
- 1200mm x 2400mm
Panels can also be custom manufactured in any size up to a maximum of 1200mm x 2400mm.
Typical Uses of Acoustic Foam
- Hearing Test Rooms
- Meeting Rooms
- Lecture Theatres
- Theatres / Concert Halls
- Education Establishments
- Sports Halls
- Corridors / Open Spaces
25mm thick: 0.67kgs per square metre
50mm thick: 0.94kgs per square metre
IAC Absorbatone foam acoustic panels are wrapped using acoustically transparent, highly durable fabrics which compliment the excellent sound absorbing properties of the foam interior.
A choice of colours ensures that Absorbatone panels can either be a feature or discretely blend into the background depending on the application and customers requirements.
Absorbatone is designed to be directly fixed to flat surfaces (walls/ceilings) with either high tack adhesive or magnetic strip, depending on the make up of the host structures.
50mm thick Absorbatone™ Panels
Absorption Class: Class A
25mm thick Absorbaone™ Panels
Absorption Class: Class C
IAC offer a full acoustical service to help determine the optimum solution for each project in terms of panel quantities required and location.
The fabric finish meets the requirements of Class 1 Surface Spread of Flame when tested to BA476: Part 7: 1987 while the foam interior meets the Class O requirements of the building regulations when tested to BS476 Part 6 1981 and Part 7 1987.
Cleaning & Maintenance
IAC Absorbatone™ foam acoustic absorption panels can be maintained through periodical vacuuming to remove dust. Panels should not be cleaned with water / detergents as this can stain the fabric finish. In some cases, stains can be treated with a non-solvent based cleaning solution, however care must be taken to not damage the panels and a test on a non-visible area is advised where possible.