We offer Rockwool RWA45 acoustic insulation slabs that vary in thickness between 500 mm and 1200 mm.
Acoustic insulation is a soundproofing material often featured in recording studios. However, not all acoustic insulation looks the same as in music studios and can be used elsewhere.
Acoustic insulation, also known as soundproofing, serves the purpose of reducing the intensity of sounds within a room as well as outside of that room. The soundproofing abilities of acoustic insulation affects noise in two ways: through noise reduction and noise absorption.
With acoustic insulation, you’re simply adding different materials of mass to your interior walls to stop noises from penetrating and leaving the room. The density of the mass you require will depend on how much sound you wish to block out.
Acoustic insulation can be made from a variety of different fibres and materials. You can find acoustic insulation materials made from vinyl nitrile foam, batts of mineral wool, rock wool, fibreglass, and all sorts of recycled material.
Fibreglass and mineral wool are the most commonly used in making acoustic wall panels. The density of these materials makes them the best for completely blocking out noise.
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