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Architectural Soundproofing Solutions

Soundproofing Materials to Reduce Reverberation
(Echo) Noise

Sound Absorption panel, lightweight, fireproof for architectural applications
Megasorber FM
Light-weight, UV and hydrolysis resistant, non-combustible, excellent thermal insulation. Fluid repellent fireproof facing.
sound absorbing polyester wool with fireproof acoustic facing in four colours
Megasorber P Range
Acoustic Polyester Panel with Fireproof Sound-Absorbing Facing and Self-Adhesive Backing
Megasorber FG range of soundproofing foam with fireproof acoustic facing
Megasorber FG range
Acoustic Foam with Fireproof Sound-Absorbing Facing and Optional Self-Adhesive Backing
Acoustic Board with Fireproof Sound-Absorbing Facing
Megasorber PN
Fireproof-Faced Sound Absorption Polyester Board
Megasorber G8 fireproof sound adsorbing fabric
Soundmesh® G8
Fireproof Sound-Absorbing Material
Soundmesh G8A fireproof acoustic fabric
Soundmesh® G8A
Fireproof Sound-Absorbing Material with Heat-Reactive Adhesive Backing for Perforated and Slotted Panels

Megasorber's acoustic engineers can develop customised soundproofing solutions for you with great architectural design flexibility. We design and manufacture fireproof sound-absorbing panels for architectural acoustic applications such as echo or reverberation reduction.

Our products can be hung up as banners, baffles and framed panels to reduce the reverberation (echo) noise in: halls, music rooms, stadiums, swimming pools, restaurants, offices and call centres.

The key component of our soundproofing panels is a patented acoustic layer Soundmesh G8 (U.S. Patent No. 8167085, Canada Patent No. 2674986, Australia Patent No. 2009206197), which has unique properties:

Megasorber fireproof soundproofing panels are designed to provide cost-effective solutions by combining high acoustic performance with ease to install. The sound-absorbing panels are versatile in design and provide industrial look or finish.

Soundproofing – Hear how Megasorber sound-absorbing acoustic panels have effectively reduced the reverberation noise in a large hall:

Soundproofing Installation – See how easily Megasorber P25 and P100 acoustic panels are installed with our A200 adhesive directly onto a concrete soffit:

Fireproof – See how Megasorber's FM foam does not ignite, nor produce any drips or harmful chemicals:

Sound Absorption Mechanism of Soundmesh G8 with Acoustic Material
The Unique Sound Absorption Mechanism of Soundmesh G8

 

>> Learn more about how Soundmesh G8 works

Reducing Reverberation (Echo) Noise

Best solution: Megasorber FM100 or Megasorber P100
Second best solution: Megasorber FM50 or Megasorber P50
Economic solution: Megasorber FM25 or Megasorber P25
Budget solution: Megasorber PN5 or Megasorber PN8

Megasorber FM acoustic panels:

Megasorber P acoustic panel:

These products utilise an unique fireproof sound absorbing mechanism of Soundmesh G8 to optimize the acoustic performance.

The key features are shown below for Megasorber acoustic panels for reverberation noise reduction:

Soundproofing: A Schematic Drawing of Sound Absorption

Soundproofing Acoustic Foam for Architectual Designs

Soundproofing Applications

The applications below highlight just a few of our soundproofing solutions. Talk to us about a custom solution to meet your needs.

Megasorber acoustic panels with express finish

No frame or trim finish is used. Products are installed with Megasorber A200 or A100 adhesive onto substrates directly.

noise control materials for a hall
Megasorber acoustic panels (sandstone) used on ceiling and walls in a scout hall

 

soundproofing materials in a church
Megasorber acoustic panels (sandstone) used in a church

 

soundproofing materials in a sports stadium
Megasorber acoustic panels (grey) used in a sports stadium

 

architectural soundproofing panels in church hall ceiling
Megasorber acoustic panels (sandstone and white) installed on ceiling in a church hall

 

Megasorber panels with standard suspended grid ceiling system

Typical systems are 1200mm x 600mm or 1200mm x 1200mm:

Soundproofing for aquatic centres
Megasorber acoustic panels used in ceiling of an aquatic centre

 

Megasorber panels with top-hat ceiling system

soundproofing for walls and ceiling
Megasorber acoustic panels used on walls and ceiling of TAFE building

 

Megasorber panels installed onto concrete soffit directly

echo noise reduction in buildings
Megasorber acoustic panels used in ceiling of a university building

 

reverberation noise reduction for ABC TV recording studios
Megasorber acoustic panels used on ceiling and walls of ABC TV Studio Brisbane

 

Megasorber P used in the Museum of Brisbane
Megasorber acoustic panels used in the Museum of Brisbane

 

Megasorber panels installed with timber battens finish

soundproofing materials with timber batten finish in a recording studio
Megasorber acoustic panels used on ceiling of ABC TV Studio Brisbane

 

Megasorber seamless acoustic ceiling finish

A seamless acoustic ceiling system that is easy and cost effective to install:

  1. Install Megasorber acoustic panels onto the ceiling with Megasorber A100 or A200 adhesive.
  2. Tape joins with colour matching Soundmesh G8 tape.

Installation of seamless acoustic ceiling finish
Installation: 1) Applying adhesive, 2) Installing acoustic panels, 3) Applying Soundmesh G8 Tape over seams

Seamless Acoustic Ceiling at Airport
The finished ceiling at Melbourne Airport T4 bus bay

Megasorber panels installed as acoustic baffles

acoustic baffles
Megasorber acoustic panels used in a school library

 

Megasorber panels installed with aluminum trims

soundproofing high-tech machine room
Megasorber acoustic panels used in a high-tech machine room

 

hall soundproofing
Megasorber acoustic panels used in a community hall

 

acoustic polyest wool used to reduce noise in school hall
Megasorber acoustic panels used in a school multi-purpose hall

 

Megasorber P used in a school music room
Megasorber acoustic panels used in a school music room

 

Megasorber acoustic panels for Swimming Pool Applications

Architects and acoustic engineers have been searching for suitable acoustic materials for aquatic centres. The key factors are as follows:

Fluid-Repellent Acoustic Facing
Water-repellent surface

Megasorber engineers took up these challenges and developed three unique products:

  1. Megasorber FM25WR-WH(DS): NRC = 0.82
    25mm thick lightweight panels with water repellent G8 on both sides (white);
  2. Megasorber FM50WR-WH (DS): NRC = 1.00
    50mm thick lightweight panels with water repellent G8 facing on both sides (white);
  3. Megasorber P50WR-WH(DS): NRC = 1.01
    50mm thick acoustic panels with water repellent G8 facing both sides (white)

Key features are:

Soundproofing for aquatic centres
Megasorber acoustic panels used in ceiling of an aquatic centre

 

 

Acoustic Backing for Perforated and Slotted Panels

Megasorber fireproof Soundmesh G8A is specifically engineered to provide sound absorption for slotted and perforated panels, including metal panels, in a variety of applications. Typical applications are as follows:

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Acoustic Backing for Timber Slats

Megasorber engineers have developed two cost effective solutions to convert timber slats into acoustic panels:

timber slats with thin acoustic backing
Timber slats with Soundmesh G8SS (sandstone) installed onto the back

timber slats with soundproofing panels as backing
Timber slats with Megasorber PN5 or P5BK(BP)

black soundproofing material
Megasorber P5BK(BP)
 
timber panels backed with black acoutic board
Front: timber slat with P5BK(BP)
back view of timber panels backed with black acoutic board
Back: timber slat with P5BK(BP)

 

 

Reverberation Control: Acoustic curtain also used to reduce direct sunlight

Megasorber acoustic curtains

 

Soundmesh® G8 (white) is used here as both an acoustic curtain to reduce the reverberant noise and a shade curtain to reduce direct sunlight.