AlphaSorb® FR701 Sound Baffle
The AlphaSorb® Sound Baffle is the answer to your acoustical and aesthetic needs with their strong sound-absorbing performance, durability and eye pleasing appearance. These acoustical baffle panels are available in a wide variety of sizes, fabrics and colors. They allow you to create an effective acoustical treatment that is distinctly designed for your environment. These hanging baffle products are Class 1 fire rated and offer high sound absorption ratings, NRC 1.05-1.4.
Standard color options are the Guilford of Maine Fabric FR701, style 2100. Other designer fabrics are available upon request. The hanging baffles are constructed with grommets, which allow for a quick and easy installation.
Arenas, gymnasiums, theaters, restaurants, offices, kennels, manufacturing and more.
- Reduces echo and reverberation
- Improves speech intelligibility
- Exceptional acoustical performance
- Easy to maintain
- Size: 4′ x 2′, 2′ x 2′, 4′ x 4′
- Thickness: 1″ (3 PCF) , and 2″ ( 1.65 PCF)
- Material: 1.65 PCF and 3 PCF acoustical fiberglass core
- Intended Use: Interior, sound absorption
- Finish: Guilford of Maine FR701 2100 Fabric or as specified
- Suspension Provision: Factory installed Nickel plated Brass Grommets on width edge (Stainless Steel or Black grommets available upon request)
- Fire Rating: Class 1 or A per ASTM E 84 25/0/50
|Sound Absorption (Hz) in Sabins|
|1″ (3 PCF)||2.50||3.94||6.72||11.52||12.11||8.69|
|2″ (1.65 PCF)||2.43||5.49||10.64||12.23||8.01||4.74|
- Suspend baffles using coated wire/ties and other fastener as required. (See Installation Guide in Documents)
- Installation is best done at the end of the construction project
- Do not install material of unacceptable quality or pre-install suspension hardware (grommet locations may vary slightly)
- Store material out of direct UV sunlight and maintain at room temperature.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including formaldehyde and antimony trioxide, and glass wool fibers (inhalable and biopersistent), which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.