SoundSorb® is a cementitious, durable, acoustical material that integrates with concrete, and is produced with specialized mixing methods using cement and specific proprietary ingredients.
SoundSorb® material is highly sound absorptive and is used for acoustical and fireproof values.
ASTM C-423 Results: NRC .70 - NRC 1.0, according to project specifications
ASTM E-90 Results: STC 51 w/ concrete backing
ASTM E 84-95 Results: Class A
UL Flame Spread Results: Zero flame/smoke
Dynatech Lab, Cambridge, Mass., USA
K = .70 per inch
R = 1.43 per inch
ASTM C-666 (passed 300 cycles)
SoundSorb®sound-absorptive walls and barriers can be cost competitive with reflective barriers depending on the wall design.
SoundSorb® is durable under all weather conditions. No rotting, rusting, warping or discoloration occurs, and the material is mildew resistant. SoundSorb®is freeze-thaw resistant due to its free-draining nature.
Water-resistant coating can be applied to surface to maintain sound absorption. Walls and barriers can be washed and will maintain effectiveness. Textured surfaces help reduce grafitti maintenance.
Basic precast forming techniques are used in the manufacturing process.
Material is 38-49 lbs. per cubic foot (dry wt.)
SoundSorb®can be integrated into monolithic or stackable panels for easy installation.
This material can be integrated into most wall designs, including texturing both sides of a wall. Textured liners can be used to press topside texture into material. Custom work is also available.
Cladding panels can be easily secured to existing concrete or masonry surfaces, allowing reflective walls to become sound absorptive.
Precast companies are licensed on a state or regional basis; local labor is used to manufacture and erect walls. Walls and barriers do not need to be shipped long distances.
Contact CSI for more information.
Concrete Solutions, Inc. (CSI)
Licensor of SoundSorb®
3300 Bee Cave Road, Suite 650
Austin, Texas USA 78746
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