SuperPhon Acoustic Cubes
Consisting of a formaldehyde-melamine-sodium bisulfite copolymer, melamine foam has an excellent track record, having been employed for more than two decades as an insulation material for pipes and ductwork. It has an equally impressive pedigree as a soundproofing material for a wide variety of applications, including studios, sound stages, and auditoria.
The melamine foam used in SuperPhon acoustic cubes is an open cell fire resistant acoustic foam designed to meet the stringent requirements of British Building Regulations.
- Reduces reverberation times to improve the listening environment
- Can assist with BB93 compliance
- Perfect for classrooms – functional yet attractive
- Excellent broadband sound absorption
- Fibre free
- Lightweight at less than 3kg (600mm cube)
- Easily installed between existing services
- Bespoke shape manufacture available
SuperPhon Acoustic Cubes are ideal for large rooms where the ceiling height is generally above 3m, including; production halls, gymnasia, event centres, sports halls and atriums.