By placing acoustic material in a frame, you improve the acoustics in a room. Annoying sounds such as reverberation, echoes and hollow sounds in a room are muffled, creating a peaceful (working) environment. You can choose from three different acoustic materials, each with its own advantages and properties.
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Basotect® is a versatile and high-quality melamine resin foam. The material is lightweight, and due to its sturdiness, the material retains its shape very well. Basotect can be delivered milled on all sides in a U or L-shape for a seamless attachment. The material has a thickness of 45 mm.


EverUse is a 100% circular insulation panel and Cradle-to-Cradle certified. In the field of sound absorption, EverUse often scores better than other acoustic materials at lower frequencies. The sound absorption is very high, even when using less thick material. The material is available in a thickness of 20 mm and 40 mm.

Therm Acoustic

Therm Acoustic consists of polyester fibres, of which 60% comes from recycling (PET bottles). This acoustic material is available in 10 mm thickness for a light absorption value, 25 mm thickness for a good absorption value, and 40 mm thickness for an excellent absorption value. The 10 mm is supplied on a 1.2 m wide roll with a length of your choice and can easily be cut to size using textile scissors. The 25 mm and 40 mm are pre-cut to size.