We manufacture and stock 2 sizes of acoustic foam tiles, both in flat chamfered or convoluted finish.
We also stock large self adhesive acoustic foam panels, flat or convoluted.
For the highest Class 0 fire rating we sell self adhesive Fireseal™ tiles.
For a complete solution we recommend also using bass traps at the corners of the room.
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A combustion modified, conventional polyether polyurethane foam.
Typical Physical Properties
Physical properties are measured using test methods described in the BS4443 series and BS EN ISO 845:1995.
Nominal piece density range:
23.5 - 25.5 kg/m3
Nominal hardness range:
110 - 150 N
Nominal tensile strength:
70 kPa min.
Nominal elongation at break:
Foam Classification (BS3379)
Foam type CMB : Combustion Modified Conventional Slabstock
Nominal Classification : A
Complies with the requirements of Schedule 1, Part 1, The Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) (Safety) Amended Regulations 1989.
Capable of meeting the following:
Under Writers Laboratories - UL94 HF1 Classification
Automotive : FMVSS 302 (Self extinguishing)
Standard colours are White and Dark Grey.
Colours other than the standard colour to be agreed between purchaser and supplier.
Simply Foam Products Ltd reserves the right to update product data information without prior notice.
Is Fireseal open or closed celled foam? - Fireseal is an open celled foam. Open celled foams provide access for sound to penetrate the surface enabling sound absorption to take place.
What is Class "1"?Class 1 Spread of Flame. A surface Spread of Flame classification of Class 1-4 is achieved using the BS 476: part 7
method for the classification of the surface spread of flame of products. The test is a means of classifying the rate and speed of the spread
of flame of a given product. The product is classed on a rating of 1-4, 1 being the best result.
What is Class "0"?Class 0 Fire Propagation. The Class 0 test requires the product to have already had a Class 1 spread of flame
classification. This test, using the principles of BS 476: part 6: 1989, examines the contribution that the product would give to the growth
of a fire. If the product achieves a Class 0 classification then its fire propagation rating is seen to be acceptable according to
Where can Fireseal be used? - Fireseal can be used in almost all acoustic applications.
What adhesives should be used? - There are three types of adhesive that are fully compatible with Fireseal. These are Neoprene, Acrylic and Polyurethane. Never use a synthetic butyl rubber based adhesive as this may plasticise and lose adhesion over a short period. You may wish to purchase Fireseal complete with a self-adhesive backing.
How long will Fireseal remain serviceable? - Providing Fireseal is used in applications where it is not subjected to continuous excessive heat (above 100 degrees Celsius), UV light or water there is no evidence to suggest a serviceable period of less than ten years.
Typical Physical Properties
Physical properties are measured using test methods described in BS EN ISO 845:1995, BS EN ISO 2439, BS EN ISO 1798 and BS EN ISO 1856.