Noiseflex® Cubes

Noiseflex® Cubes

Characteristics

Noiseflex® Cubes are sound absorbers of Basotect® with a fabric cover complying with fire protection class B1. Acoustic issues can be resolved in an original manner with these sound absorbers. 

These sound absorbers tend to be used primarily in Kindergartens and schools but also in high ceilinged spaces such as stairwells and production halls. They are extremely light, quick to install and to move.

Available colours: black, white, yellow, red and blue

Customer benefits

  • High level of noise absorption
  • Visual improvement of the premises
  • Low weight
  • No chemical additives
  • Meets the requirements for the “Confidence in Textiles” label

Field of application

Noiseflex® MH offers a wide spectrum of attractive characteristics. The salient quality characteristics are:

  • highly sound absorbing
  • light weight

These acoustic advantages of Noiseflex® MH are behind the many applications of Noiseflex® Cubes MH in the field, especially in production and schools and kindergartens, multipurpose halls and gyms, event venues and wherever a room height of 3 metres or more is given. Noiseflex® Cubes MH, if properly applied, is capable of drastically reducing sound level and reverberation time in halls, for instance.

Application: The absorber body has integral straps to attach to a fastening hook.

Product Information

Property Data Notes
Standard sizes 600 x 600 x 600 m and 400 x 400 x 400 mm
Colours white (similar to RAL 9010), yellow (similar to RAL 1021), red (similar to RAL 3020), blue (similar to RAL 5002), green (similar to RAL 6001), black (similar to RAL 9005), other fabric covers

Downloads

Technical Information Noiseflex Cube MH [PDF - 56 kB]

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