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Acoustic Foam Tiles & Soundproof Foam Bass Traps

Here at GB Foam Direct, we offer a wide range of acoustic foam products. Designed to improve acoustics in any room, our acoustic tiles, bass traps and corner cubes help to enhance the quality of live and recorded sound.

Below, you’ll find acoustic tiles and bass traps in a variety of colours and styles. Choose from a range of acoustic tile pack sizes and select from grey, red, blue or black colour options.

If you have any soundproof foam related questions, please contact us. You can also call our experts on 01494 44 11 77.

Acoustic Foam Calculator - How Many Acoustic Panels Do You Need

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Measure & Enter Your Wall Size To Work Out How Many Acoustic Panels You Need

If you wish to cover an entire wall with our acoustic foam panels, carefully measure your wall and enter the size into our instant calculator below. This will tell you how many of our 300mm panels you need. You can then choose from the available products above. If you wish to cover your ceiling you can easily measure the width and length of your room for similar calculations. Please note, we stock panels in specific pack sizes to ensure they are dispatched for next working day delivery.

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Precision Made Soundproof Foam in the UK

Blue & Grey Acoustic Foam

Our factory in High Wycombe is equipped with the latest CNC foam cutting technology. This allows us to create soundproof foam products at a fraction of the cost of others available online.

By combining premium high-density acoustic grade foam and unique CNC cut shapes, we can offer you the best quality in soundproof foam products!

As UK Foam specialists with over 40 years’ experience, we know what it takes to make great soundproof foam products. Our specialist acoustic grade foam is manufactured to achieve optimum sound absorption across an entire range of frequencies.

The Best Sound Absorption at A Fraction of the Price

Our acoustic tiles lessen the energy output of mid to high-frequency sound waves. This is achieved by softening reflection points. When sound waves hit the peaks and valleys of the foam, the energy they contain is reduced. This inhibits them from traveling and helps to improve overall sound quality in your room of choice.

The CNC cut valleys of our acoustic tiles products help to trap air and form resonant chambers. These chambers broaden the absorption rate of medium frequency sound waves.

For lower frequency absorption, thicker tiles and bass traps are required. Very low frequencies are particularly difficult to control due to the high amounts of energy they contain. However, with correct positioning of tiles and bass traps you can prevent interference caused by these sound waves.

Improving Standards – While Reducing Costs

By buying directly from the manufacturer you’ll receive a better specification acoustic product at a similar price point to cheaper retail products. Every product you see here is manufactured exclusively by us. There are no third parties, meaning we offer you the best prices.

Quality Fire Retardant Foam Made to UK Standards

Our acoustic products conform to stringent fire safety requirements and are suitable for studios, cinemas, offices or anywhere else acoustic control is required. If you would like to discuss flammability specifications and suitability, please feel free to contact us.

ISO 9001 Quality

We work to ISO 9001 quality control standards and guarantee that only the best acoustic products leave our factory.

Which Acoustic Foam Should I Be Using?

Finding the right type of foam acoustic foam for your required application is very important. Here at GB Foam Direct, we stock a comprehensive range of acoustic foam products perfect for all types of projects. Whether you’re looking to improve the quality of sound in your home office, or need specialist acoustic foam for industrial construction projects, we can help!

We offer the highest quality acoustic foam, at the most competitive rates. Our standard acoustic foam range (including grey, red and blue) have an NRC rating of 0.85. This is approximately 20% more effective than the average UK offering. All of our acoustic foam products including tiles and bass traps and made in-house, using high precision CNC cutting machinery.

Our standard red, blue and grey range of acoustic tiles, bass traps and corner cubes are suitable for most applications; including home offices, recording studios, cinemas and more. For construction specific projects where a Class 0 fire rating is essential, you may be interested in our Class 0 range of acoustic sheets and tiles. We offer Fireseal acoustic foam sheets with or without an adhesive back, as well as, precision cut Class 0 wedge tiles with a self-adhesive solution.

Of course, you’re always welcome to contact us for expert advice. Our team will be happy to provide assistance to help you find which acoustic foam is right for you.

What is Acoustic Foam?

Acoustic foam is a type of open-cell, lightweight foam that is used for sound absorption and acoustic treatment. It is designed to reduce and control reverberations, echoes and background noises within a space, with the aim of enhancing sound clarity and overall acoustics.

Our acoustic foam comes in various sizes and shapes, such as wedges and pyramids, as well as multiple colours including red, blue, black and grey. We offer various acoustic foam products including acoustic foam tiles, bass traps and corner cubes in small and large verities.

How it Works

Acoustic foam has a porous structure consisting of interlinked cells that trap sound waves and dampen vibrations. This helps in minimising sound reflections off hard surfaces which will interfere with the overall quality of acoustics in a room.

It is popularly used in recording studios, home theatres and many other spaces where sound quality is crucial. With a suitable adhesive solution or mounting method, acoustic foam can be secured to ceilings and walls to target vulnerable reflection points around a room.

Why Choose GB Foam For Your Foam Cut To Size?

Our factory is equipped with the latest CNC cutting technology and throughout the years we have employed the most talented freehand foam cutters in the industry. Many members of the team have worked for the company for several decades and their attention to detail and quality control is something that only comes with years of knowledge and experience.

We have many customers who started with us in 1976 and are still working with us today, which we like to think reflects on our vision to be the most dynamic foam converter in our industry. For us no job is too big or too small. We offer the same level of service and delivery whether you are a retail customer ordering one piece of foam from home, or a large manufacturer ordering daily.

40 Years In BUsiness

GB Foam have been offering foam cut to size from our factory since 1976.

Hand Made In The UK

We employ the most talented freehand foam cutters in the industry.

ISO 9001 Quality

Our team work to the ISO 9001 quality standards to guarantee only the best

Super Fast Delivery

All orders placed before 11:00am will be despatched for next working day delivery

5 Year Guarantee

Our foam comes with a 5 year guarantee against faults in manufacture.

Flame Retardant

Our entire range of foam exceed UK safety and flammability standards.

Acoustic Foam Specifications

Our Grey Acoustic Foam Specifications
Average Net Piece Density 23.8 – 26.3 Kg /m3 BS EN ISO 845 : 2009 (ISO 845 : 2006)
Nominal Hardness 120 – 160 Newtons BS EN ISO 2439:METHOD B 2008
Tensile Strength 50 kPa (Min) BS EN ISO 1798: 2008
Elongation @ Break 90 % (Min) BS EN ISO 1798: 2008
Compression Set (Dry) 15 % (Max) BS EN ISO 1856: 2001
Classification A BS 3379: 2005


Fireseal Class 0 Acoustic Foam Specifications
Type Impregnated PU Foam
Colour Dark Grey
Density >90kg/m3
Thickness 6mm – 100mm
Operating Temperature -30ºC to 100ºC
Fire Performance EN 13501-1 Euro Class* B-s1,d0
BS 476 Part 6 Fire Propagation Index <12 >6mm
BS 476 Part 7 Surface Spread of flame Class 1
Building Regulations Paragraph A13 (b) Class 0
ASTM E84-09 Surface Burning Characteristic Flame Spread index 10
Smoke Developed Index 20
ASTM C411-04 Hot Surface Performance @100ºC 96hr Pass
UL94 Classification 94-V-0
ASTM C1071-05 12.7 Air Erosion Resistance 6 – 50mm Pass
ASTM D-2020-92 Mildew (Fungus) Resistance Does not support growth
ASTM G21-96 Fungus Resistance Test Does not support growth
ASTM C1104-06 Water Vapour Sorption <9%
ASTM C518-04 Thermal Conductivity 0.32 Btu-in/ft2-hrºF @6mm

Acoustic Foam FAQs

To help you find the right acoustic product for your next project, we’ve put together a list of frequently asked questions by our customers. If you still have questions about our acoustic foam products, please feel free to contact a member of our team who will be happy to assist you.

What is Acoustic Foam & How Does it Work?

Regular acoustic foam is manufactured using a type of open cell polyurethane foam. The open cell structure allows airborne sound waves to move through the acoustic foam. Once a sound wave enters the foam, a portion of its energy is retained within the cell chambers and dissipates as heat. This effect reduces the amplitude of indirect sound waves, hindering their ability to travel and cause distortion.

Where is Acoustic Foam Used?

From home recording studios to television sets, acoustic foam can be found utilised throughout many areas. We’ve supplied quality acoustic foam products for use in office buildings, film studios, streaming rooms, rehearsal rooms, cinemas, dyno test cells and much more. If you would like to discuss acoustic foam applications with our team, please get in touch.

What Types of Acoustic Foam Do You Offer?

We stock a range of acoustic foam tiles, bass traps and corner cubes in grey, red and blue. As standard, we offer acoustic foam with a typical wedge profiling. However, we can also offer pyramid, wave and many other unique designs.

How Do You Mount Acoustic Foam?

Acoustic foam can be affixed to surfaces in various ways. One of the most common and easiest methods is to use a suitable spray adhesive. For brick, you can use a contact spray adhesive and for wood, you could use a carpet spray adhesive. You should spray within a well-ventilated area and wear a suitable face covering.

What is Soundproofing Foam?

Acoustic foam is often referred to as soundproof foam. Despite this, we would not recommend that you use any acoustic foam product purely for soundproofing purposes. The ability to completely isolate noise from a room cannot be achieved with any foam product alone. Soundproofing is generally an invasive procedure that requires a certain level of construction to achieve. Whilst acoustic foam does have absorbing properties, it should be used as an aid to help improve the quality of sound within your room of choice.

Is Acoustic Foam Fire Retardant?

The fire ratings of acoustic foam can vary significantly. We can offer you Class 0 acoustic foam which has the highest level of fire resistance possible for a flexible acoustic foam. If you would like to learn more about this product, please contact us directly.

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