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It's common practice in today's office buildings to install acoustic barriers in the ceiling plenum to stop noise transmission from one office to another, via the cavity in the ceiling space.

A typical and more expensive method is using the stud and plasterboard wall. The ceiling cavity is not an easy space to work in and its normally cluttered with pipes, ducts, light fittings and ceiling support metal work. It's very difficult to get 100& seal.

Made of a special barium - loaded vinyl material, Wavebar Sound Baffle is very flexible and easy to install even in and around awkward places - or drape - or join into mats and enclosures - to greatly reduce noise transmission.

A variant, Wavebar Sound Baffle FL, is manufactered with an aluminium finish.

Wavebar Sound Baffle ...

is easy to cut and fabricate around pipe penetrations, ducting and cabling
boasts high tensile strength
is highly resistant to tearing
enables unusually long vertical drops, providing an economical noise-barrier system even when space is limited
comes in weights of 2, 4 6, 8 and 10kg/m
in its Wavebar Sound Baffle FL variant, is suited to joining with aluminium-reinforced tape which can eliminate the need to use adhesives or mechanical fastening.

Wavebar Sound Baffle is ideal for:
shutting traffic and aircraft noises out of offices and homes
portable screens
use in partioning
under floor
above false ceilings
soft enclosures for fans and machines
strip curtains
use as a sound barrier against the noise of jack hammers, drill rigs, blasting and pile drivers.
truck and bob-cat mats

Wavebar Sound Baffle


100% polyester fabric, barium impregnated loaded vinyl


2, 4, 6, and 10 kg/m2

Roll widths:

1350 mm

Roll lengths:

(6kg & 8kg = 5m in length) (2kg & 4kg = 10m in length)

Specific gravity:

2.2 g/cm3


Foil faced Wavebar Soundbaffle meets the "Four Zero" early fire hazard index laid down in AS1530.3 (1989) - Simultaneous determination of ignitability, flame propagation, heat release and smoke release, which is a requirement under the Australian Building Code.

Sound transmission loss:

4kg achieves STC 26
8kg achieves STC 30
in a single flexible layer as determined by independent tests conducted to AS1191 Acoustics - method of the laboratory measurement air-borne sound transmission lost of building partitions by National Acoustic Laboratories.

Maximum recommended operating temperature


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