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Technical foams specialist Eksen has introduced to the Middle East region its Procell flame-proof acoustical foam, a noise insulation material used in power generator enclosures.
The material offers full coverage of the inner surfaces of a genset enclosure where required sound level needs to be adhered to, while also ensuring all fire protection requirements are fulfilled.
The easy-to-install material is not harmful to the user and is available as sheets or in die-cut parts, as well as ready-to-use kits. Eksen said that Procell provides a great advantage through the use of customised foam parts, avoiding any additional cuttings or shaping during application, leading to zero wastage, better finishing, and improved insulation and impermeability.
While ensuring that sound insulation requirements are met, Procell also meets all fire protection requirements by utilising a flameproof material that not only offers the slowest combustibility, but also ensures a low release of heat and smoke, which provides ample time for intervention in the event of an emergency and also ensures the encased product avoids irreversible damage.
The insulation can be used on a broad range of applications, including HVAC facilities, interior acoustical decorations, and machinery applications such as power generators, compressors and vehicle noise insulations.