New brochure detailing excellent acoustic performance of Inno-Therm®/Métisse® for professional and DIY applications
Inno-Therm®/Métisse® meets or exceeds quality and performance standards of conventional insulation products. Composition 85% recycled cotton.
Inno-Therm®/Métisse® can supply acoustic rolls of 20 mm thickness x 1.2 m width – lambda value of .035.57 W / mK and density of 45 kg/m3 with a high coefficient of sound absorption (0.95) and acoustic fading is 20 dB.
The acoustic eko batts are 45 mm x 600 mm wide x 1.2 m long. The lambda value is .036.41 W / mK and density of 45 kg/m3. The product has a high coefficient of sound absorption (= 0.95) and acoustic fading is 42 dB.
The insulation allows, besides its hydrothermal performance, to provide acoustic comfort and that even with a little thickness. There is also a thermal/acoustic product with a thickness of m+ 50 mm – density of 25 kg/m3 – (0.039 W/(mK) and it achieves a weighted sound absorption coefficient αW = 0.85 and acoustic fading is 42 dB
The results are derived from acoustic measurements in accordance with ISO 11 654 standard made by the ICAM linked to the UTC the 10/05/2008.
Inno-Therm®/Métisse® can supply acoustic rolls of 20 mm thickness x 1.2 m width with a density of 45 kg/m3 with a high coefficient of sound absorption (0.95) and acoustic fading is 20 dB.
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Random-incidence absorption coefficient
Description of the specimen: 20 mm thickness of Inno-Therm®/Métisse®
The random absorption coefficient is 0.72 at 1000 Hz and increases to 0.9 at 2000 Hz. The material is showing excellent performance at the lower and mid frequency range for the given thickness (20 mm).
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