This high performance foam has a wide temperature range, low smoke and flame properties and is available in several sizes and shapes to fit any design or decor.
Benefits and Highlights:
- Absorbs and reduces noise
- Very low-density/lightweight
- Excellent thermal properties
- Class A fire-rated (ASTM E 84)
- Easy to install
Uses and Applications:
- Industrial applications
- OEM uses
- Aerospace and defense
- OSHA compliance
- Fitness centers
Available in Natural, Light Grey or Custom Colors
TECHLITE® foam is a lightweight, fiber-free, open cell melamine foam developed as a Class A fire-rated alternative to conventional foams.
This high performance foam has a wide temperature range, low smoke and flame properties and is available in several sizes and shapes to fit any design or decor. TECHLITE® foam is easily trimmed, cut, and sliced in the field reducing installation time compared to many other acoustic materials.
The information contained in this data sheet derives from accredited laboratory tests, but without warranty. The physical properties are typical values and intended for reference only. They are not specifications. Recommended uses are based on testing, but it is always recommended the customer evaluate the product suitability under their actual process conditions.
Engineering and Design Services
The TECHLITE® team brings over 30 years of combined engineering, design and consultation experience providing cost-effective and feasible noise control solutions for all types of projects.
24" x 48", 24" x 72", 24" x 96", 48" x 48", 48" x 96", 24" x 24", Custom
Blue Jay, Charcoal, Desert, Garnet, Hushed Grey, Latte, Mantis, Moss Green, Navy, Pitch Black, Poppy Blue, Red Jam, Sea Foam, Slate, Urban Bronze, White Noise, Not Coated, Sherwin-Williams (1,500+)
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|Fire Rating (Light Grey)||
ASTM E 84 Class A ? Flame Spread Index = 10 / Smoke Developed Index = 55
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ASTM E 84 Class A | Flame Spread Index = 5 / Smoke Developed Index = 20, CAN/ULC S102 ? Flame Spread Index = 0 / Smoke Developed Index = 30