Ridged Acoustic Foam

A music studio staple, the ridge-angled design of the Ridged Acoustic Foam ensures optimum sound absorbency. The acoustic foam tiles are used to absorb mid to high frequencies and to control and trap echoes. Wedge style is comparable to egg foam and pyramid foam and is best for when absolute sound deadening is not imperative, but moderate sound deadening is desired.

Complete with RAL and PANTONE colour matching options – as well as bespoke sizing – it’s the ideas addition to any public or working space. 

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Sound Zero’s Ridged Acoustic Foam is specifically designed to absorb mid to high frequencies and to control trap echoes. Similar to egg foam, it is ideal for environments that require moderate sound deadening – without completely deadening the sound altogether.

The Ridge Tiles can be used for a range of applications including professional studios, rehearsal rooms, concert halls, podcasting, churches, home theatres, vocal booths, home studios, offices, man caves, dog kennels, utility closets, and more, making it the ultimate product for versatility.

When a ‘reflection point’ in a room is identified by an experienced acoustician, the ridged foam can be applied to strategically absorb the sounds that are causing acoustic discomfort. This, in turn, will provide the end-user with a much more enjoyable and productive experience – whether they’re at home, in the office or enjoying their social time.

The Ridged Acoustic Foam is available in full 2m x 1m sheets, with custom tile sizes and depths available to allow for easy on-site installation, ensuring minimal disruptions to the busy working environment – and can also be trimmed easily on site in order to fit into the most challenging of spaces.

Combined with the Pantone or RAL colour coating system, the interior designer can achieve an end result that blends seamlessly into the current décor or design brief – and even providing an on-brand solution.

Ridged Acoustic Foam features

  • Class B acoustic absorber
  • High performance industry grade absorption
  • Lightweight
  • RAL colour matching service available
  • Customisable depth
  • Easy to cut and install

Acoustic rating (NRC/SAA): 0.70
Absorption class: B
Flammability class: BS5852 Crib 5 (UL94 HF1)
Supplied weight: 455.81 grams
Density: 25kg / m³
Building material class: A2-s1, d0 according to EN 13501-1
Supplied dimensions: 2000mm x 1000mm
 (Fully customisable upon request)
Sheet coverage: 2m²
Colour: Graphite grey as standard (colour coating service available)
Surface finish: Matte
Thickness: 50mm
Environment: Certified to the EU Ecolabel Certified to Indoor Advantage™ Gold
Sustainable: SKA, Leed & Well standard applicable
VOC emissions – ASTM D5116
Material: RX25/140 open cell polyurethane foam
Colour fastness to light in accordance (ISO 105-B02): 6 (scale 1-8)
Colourfastness to rubbing dry and wet (SO 105 X12) : 4/5 dry and wet
Tear strength | Warp and weft (EN 29073-3): N/A
Martindale (ISO 12947-2): N/A
Supplied in white: NO – Coating available upon request
Fixing type: Bonded adhesive
Self install: YES
Cutting method: Sharp handheld knife
Supply lead time: 10-14 working days
Biodegradable: NO
Recycled: NO
Recyclable: YES (Request recycling information from info[at]sound-zero.com
Organic: NO
Warranty period: 1 year (subject to terms & conditions)
Typical use: Indoor sound deadening/soundproofing
Product code: G25-RDG-STN

Step 1: Prepare wall surface, ensuring it is clean and dust free
Step 2: Measure and mark your grid lines to ensure you are working in a straight line (alternatively use a laser level to mark your straight edge)
Step 3: Spray both the wall and the back of the sheet or tile with spray adhesive
Step 4: Press the tiles onto the glued wall and hold for 10-15 seconds to allow the adhesive to form a bond.
Step 5: Cut any overhanging or odd edge tiles with a long straight knife and repeat processes 3-4.

We can coat in nearly every colour

Get in touch today and see how creative your dream space could be.

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