- Textured polyurethane 20mm or 30 mm or 40 mm thick - panel dim. 500x1000 mm (50cm x 100cm)C / AD
- (Class 2 delayed combustion - uses: ideal for private and industrial soundproofing (e.g. recording rooms)
- Product approved with technical data sheet.
- MADE IN ITALY
- Sound-absorbing panel, mid-high frequency acoustic correction
- The Bugnato sound-absorbing panel is a classic model used for a basic correction of medium-high frequencies, in which high performance is not required. Suitable for the correction of study rooms, meeting rooms, etc ..
It is suitable for a wide range of industries:
Covering of rooms in the private sector (music rehearsal rooms, hobby rooms, etc.)
Recording studios (Radio, etc ..)
General noise reduction measures
Broadband absorption of sound covering a wide range of frequencies (porous absorber)
|Volumetric weight||25 - 30 kg / m³|
|Operating temperature||-40 ° bis + 100 ° C|
|Thermal conductivity||0.04 W / mK|
|Incendiary behavior||FMVSS 302, DIN 75200, DIN 4102 B3|
|Sound absorption capacity||***
|Deformation / resistance||***|
The Bugnato sound-absorbing panel is a classic model used for a basic correction of medium-high frequencies, in which high performance is not required. Suitable for correcting study rooms, meeting rooms, etc. Dimensions: The utmost attention is paid to the cutting of each sound-absorbing product, but unfortunately the polyurethane foam is a very elastic product, which can move slightly during cutting. For this reason, even with maximum precision, all products can have a cut tolerance of +/- 2%.
Reaction to fire: Polyurethane products are not flammable but, like all plastic materials of organic nature, they are combustible and burn in contact with flame. In the event of fire, polyurethane develops fumes and combustion gases whose composition varies according to both the characteristics of the foam (formulation, density, etc.) and the fire conditions (ventilation, temperature, etc.). The most serious danger in case of fire is represented, as for all organic compounds, by the development of carbon monoxide and by the removal of oxygen from the environment. The experiments show that the composition of the combustion gases developed by polyurethane foams does not generally differ from that of the gases developed by products such as, for example, wood or wool.