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anyone heard of efoam?
Old 18th June 2009
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anyone heard of efoam?

hi guys,
i've been looking into treating my bedroom and have been reading up here about all sorts of options, and all the diy, and then while browsing on ebay i came across a company called eFoam (UK), which supplies tiles and bass traps WAY cheaper than anyone else... has anyone used them at all? i cant figur out what type of foam they make their panels out of, all they say about them is that their density is 32kg/m^3, and that it meets british flame ******ant standards...
any ideas as to whether it will be any good? it would probably be cheaper to just buy all the necessary components from them than to build stuff myself, but would rockwool panels not do a better job?
Old 18th June 2009
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Are there any lab numbers on the stuff?
Old 20th June 2009
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hi glenn, i cant find any more info on their website (eFoam, all sorts of foam: Acoustic Sound Proofing Foam), i think i'll try and phone them on monday to get some more info out of them (to post up here for all the gurus, cos i wouldnt have a clue!). what other information should i ask for?
Old 20th June 2009
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The combination of no acoustic data and them linking their 'soundproofing' link to absorptive foam would make me very leary. Foam has nothing to do with soundproofing.

Bryan
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