Megasorber FM acoustic panels with white, sandstone, grey and black Soundmesh G8 facing
Megasorber FM soundproofing panels are non-combustible, provide superior acoustic and thermal insulation, and are extremely
lightweight, making them easy to handle, cut and install for architectural and engineering applications.
Non-Combustible and Fire-Safe Properties
Megasorber FM is non-combustible. It does not ignite, nor produce any drips when exposed to fire. Megasorber FM has
Building Code Australia (BCA) Group 1 fire rating as per C1.10 Specifications and ISO 5660 Group 1 fire classification.
No ignition nor spread of flame from the front and back of FM panel when exposed to fire
Superior Acoustic Performance
The FM panel utilizes our patented fireproof sound absorbing facing material Soundmesh G8 to provide maximum sound absorption especially at low to mid frequencies (U.S. Patent No. 8167085, Canadian Patent
No. 2674986, Australian Patent No. 200926197).
The unique Soundmesh G8 facing has high-temperature resistance up to 550°C. It is extremely tough and durable.
Traditional fireproof faced materials and sound reflecting film facings (such as aluminium foil, mylar film and polyurethane
film) have little or zero acoustic properties and block noise from being absorbed by the underlying foam. In contrast,
Soundmesh G8 is engineered and tuned to maximize the sound absorption.
Exceptionally High Thermal Insulation
Megasorber FM is engineered with an extremely fine cell structure to trap air and block heat transfer. It provides
exceptional thermal insulation, making it one of the most effective lightweight thermal insulation materials.
Heat, Aging and UV Resistant
The Megasorber FM base foam has excellent heat, UV and aging resistance. It can withstand up to 240°C (short time)
without decomposition and up to 150°C continuous operating temperature without any distortion.
Megasorber FM is very durable (long service life) in hot and humid conditions such as marine and tropical environments.
Optional fluid-repellent facing
Water-Repellent G8 Facing (Optional)
A fluid/water repellent Soundmesh G8 is also available. Standard facing colours are white, grey, sandstone and black.
Handling, Installation and Maintenance
Megasorber FM acoustic foam is extremely lightweight and self-supporting, making it easy to handle, cut and install.
The Soundmesh G8 facing is protective, tough and durable. The built-in fluid/water repellent property (optional)
of Soundmesh G8 provides for easy cleaning and maintenance making it ideal for outdoor applications.
Soundproofing: Megasorber Patented Sound Absorption System
Fireproof sound absorbing panel – non-combustible, does not ignite
BCA Group 1 fire classification, ISO5660 Group 1 fire classification and UL94-V0 fire classification
Superior sound absorption using patented technology
Lightweight and self-supporting
Tough, durable and fluid/water repellent facing (non-water repellent option is also available)
Excellent heat, aging and UV resistant properties
Easy to cut and install
Fire-safe and prevents potential fire hazards
Reduces reverberation noise effectively
The product will not rot or powderize in hot and humid conditions
Low installation costs
Long service life
Reverberation or echo noise reduction for:
Sport stadiums, multipurpose halls, school halls
Direct-fix to concrete soffit to provide acoustic and thermal insulation
Music rooms, recording studios, home theatres
Call centres, commercial and office buildings
Restaurants, bars and clubs
Protective wall lining for sports halls
Sport Stadium: ceiling and walls
ceiling and walls
Church Hall: ceiling
Office buildings: ceiling
Restaurant: ceiling and walls
Case Studies of Projects Using Megasorber FM for an Architectural Application
Facing colours: The G8 facing is available in White, Sandstone, Grey and Black. MOQ (minimum order
quantity) applies for other G8 colours. As an option, you can order the FM soundproofing panels with the acoustic
G8 facing on both sides, with a different colour on each side. This enables you to create coloured patterns with
Base foam colour: off-white or light-grey.
Black and white acoustic panels used to create an aesthetically pleasing design on the ceiling and walls
Sandstone and white acoustic panels with a shadowing finish on walls and ceiling
25mm, 50mm & 100mm
1.2m x 2.4m
1.2m x 2.4m
1.2m x 2.4m
Other thickness available:
(minimum order quantity applies)
12mm, 38mm & 75mm
1.2m x 2.4m
1.2m x 2.4m
1.2m x 2.4m
Standard facing colours are: "G" = Grey; "B" = Black; and "W" = White and "S"= Sandstone.
MOQ (minimum order quantity) applies for custom colours.
The base foam is available in off-white and light-grey. Default colour is off-white.
Megasorber FM25W-RW: 25mm thick, off-white base, water repellent, white Soundmesh G8 facing.
Megasorber FM25W-RW-DS: 25mm thick, off-white base, water repellent, white Soundmesh G8 facing on both sides.
Water/fluid* repellent facing is recommended for easy surface cleaning.
*Please note: does not include petroleum or solvent based fluids.
G8 facing may have some stripy appearance. Hairline creases may appear on the facing when handling.
There are colour variations between batches, especially for the grey and sandstone colours. Soundmesh G8 facing
made from different batches may be difficult to colour match.
Thickness tolerance is ±5% and sheet dimension tolerance is ±1%.
Other sheet sizes available are: 1200mm x 1200mm and 1200mm x 600mm (1195mm x 595mm if packed in boxes). We can
cut panels to any size and any shape using our CNC cutting technology, however, extra cutting charges
Sound Absorption of Megasorber FM Range Products (Tested to AS ISO 354-2006 Acoustics:
Measurement of sound absorption in a reverberation room)
Restricted and reportable substance as per GMW3059: Nil
IMPORTANT NOTICE AND DISCLAIMER
Specifications are subject to change without notice. Please contact us for the latest version. "Fireproof", "Non-flammable",
"Non-combustible" means the product has successfully passed AS/NZS 3837, IS0 5660-1, ASTM E1354 Group 1 fire rating (AWTA test report No. 7-566397-CV). Patented Soundmesh G8 (U.S. Patent No. 8167085, Canada
Patent No. 2674986, Australia Patent No. 2009206197). The data listed in this data sheet are typical or average
values based on tests conducted by independent laboratories or by the manufacturer. They are indicative only of
the results obtained in such tests and should not be considered as guaranteed maximums or minimums. Materials and
installation methods must be tested under actual service to determine their suitability for a particular purpose.
"Aussie engineered and made" means the products are engineered and made in Australia with globally sourced materials.
The following recommendations are for general guidance only. Installation methods must be tested under actual service conditions to determine their suitability for a particular purpose.
We recommend installing panels in accordance with the appropriate procedures as approved by Megasorber.
1. Keep Sheets Flat
Sheets must be kept flat during the handling and installation process. Bending or folding sheets may create
creases on the Soundmesh G8 facing. Once formed, these creases are difficult to remove.
The product can be hand-cut by a knife or machine-cut by a bench saw or rotating blade cutter with a fine tooth blade.
Knife cut by hand: we recommend using a sharp Stanley and/or serrated knife.
We recommend wearing gloves during cutting. The Soundmesh G8 facing edges may irritate or cut the skin.
3. Direct-Fix: Installing Panels with Adhesives
We recommend Megasorber A200 adhesive to install Megasorber FM panels onto uneven surfaces such as
concrete slabs, plasterboard and brick walls.
Substrate Surface Preparation
The surface must be flat, dry and free of oil, dust, grease and other contaminants. Clean substrate with Megasorber
AC5 or similar.