Acoustic Control

Silence may be golden, but in this world it’s a rarity. That’s why it’s important to control acoustics as much as possible across a cacophony of challenging environments.

Today’s technical fabrics give an adaptable, lightweight solution to managing sound across a spectrum of applications, whether that’s simply muting noise or channelling and damping vibration.

We’ve worked alongside our clients to create some of the smartest, lightest and most advanced technical nonwovens ever used in acoustic control. We’re in our element at this cutting edge, happily pioneering multi-functional fabrics that really perform to deliver outstanding bespoke features.

And that speaks volumes for our commitment to the field.

  • What is this technology used for?

    • We use technical fabric technology to control and manage acoustics by creating specialist nonwoven fabrics that:
    • Insulate against vibration and sound
    • Purify or channel sound
    • Control echo and noise in open environments
    • Deflect sound
    • Improve comfort and luxury
    • Manage sound in micro-environments
  • Where is this technology being used?

    • We’ve worked on the design and development of acoustic fabrics for applications including
    • Automotive
    • Building and construction
    • Electronics and audio
    • Cable and telecoms
    • Composite materials
    • Aircraft and trains
  • What are the benefits of Nonwovenn grades?

    • We’re at the forefront of innovative design and development in the creation of acoustic fabrics that offer:
    • Lightweight insulation
    • Adaptable functionality and performance control
    • Precise control of porosity, permeability and flow rate
    • Abrasion resistance
    • Uniformity and stability
    • Flame-retardant features
    • Regulatory approval and certified raw materials
  • Why choose a bespoke solution?

    • We develop smarter, more advanced technical fabrics for your application and deliver:
    • A structured product development programme
    • The latest in acoustic performance
    • Bespoke features and functionality
    • Specific design or performance characteristics
    • A solution tailored to your process
    • Products that conform to test protocol and industry regulations