Acoustic wadding is placed in the space between the base and facing the inside of the frame as the middle layer.
Acoustic wool insulation in timber frame wall serves as a sound absorber. Fits into the space between the base and facing the inside of the frame as the middle layer.
Often cotton wool for sound insulation of walls and ceilings is in the plates in packages.
Acoustic wadding can be made of: basalt staple fiber and natural materials (cotton, linen, polyester).
Basic requirements when choosing wool:
We offer the following types of acoustic wool for timber frame method of insulation, which are ideal for walls and ceilings:
The most popular and relatively budget Vata.
Made of staple fiber. Perfectly applied in systems of conditioning and ventilation.
Environmentally friendly due to its acrylic binder. A great choice for soundproofing walls and ceilings in the nursery, bedroom or in the areas where most spending time family.
The average sound absorption coefficient absorption = 0,85
Acoustic mineral plate premium.
Base – basalt with an additional hydrophobic treatment. Well proven on industrial units, offices, shops, cafes, restaurants and other facilities for civilian use. Higher density allows to achieve high absorption.
The average coefficient of sound absorption αw = 0,95