Board Thickness: 1/2″, 1″, 2″ standard
Board Sizes: 4′ x 9′, 5′ x 12′ standard,
4′ x 8′ special order
Face Type: Ironed Smooth Face
NRC: 0.50 Type A
Core Density: 13 PCF
Flame Spread Index: Class A Rating

Tackable, Acoustic, Impact Resistant Panels

Product Description:
PolySorb is manufactured from 100% polyester with up to 56% post-consumer recycled content. PolySorb itself is 100% recyclable and environmentally friendly.

Sound Absorption:

PolySorb provides ambient sound absorption where acoustical control is critical. With excellent sound absorption and a 0.75 average NRC value PolySorb is ideal for dealing with and fixing sound issues.


PolySorb is harmless to the atmosphere and human body. There are no carcinogens which make this product excellent for “clean room” environments like hospitals and around technology equipment. PolySorb is 100% formaldehyde free.

Weather Resistance:

PolySorb is water-resistant and if exposed to water no coloring will occur. PolySorb won’t weather when exposed to air over long periods of time. Over time PolySorb won’t disperse due to weather.

Description of the test specimen

Name: PS1
Specimen Size: 24″ x 48″ x 1 1/8”
Mount Method: Type A Mounting Method
Frame Construction: On the floor

Area of test specimen: 72 ft2
Air temp in the test room: 23.0.oC
Air humidity in test room: 53%
Number of sound source positions: 2
Number of microphone positions per sound source position: 8
Type of noise used: Pink random noise
Type of mounting used: Type A Mounting

Practical sound absorption coefficients

Evaluation based on laboratory measurement results obtained by an engineering method.

Ratings according to ISO 11654
Weighted sound absorption coefficient: 0.86
Sound absorption class: A

Rating according to ASTM C423 – 99
Noise Reduction Coefficient = 0.86
Sound Absorption Average = 0.85

It is strongly recommended to use this single number rating in combination with the complete sound absorption coefficient curve. Sound absorption coefficients according to ISO 354 measurement of sound absorption in a reverberation room.