Composite textile membrane FABRASORB I
fabricfor tensile structuresroof

composite textile membrane
composite textile membrane
composite textile membrane
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composite, fabric
for tensile structures, roof
Membrane characteristics
translucent, acoustic


Fabrasorb Acoustical Membranes are used as interior liners in SHEERFILL Architectural Membrane systems. The Fabrasorb material is used to attenuate sound and enhance the thermal characteristics of fabric roof systems. Fabrasorb Acoustical Membrane materials are translucent, non-burning, porous composites based on fiberglass and polytetrafluoroethylene. Originally designed to reduce noise and reverberation in SHEERFILL® covered stadiums, Fabrasorb I can be used in any type of structure to provide sound absorption along with the safety and long-life characteristics synonymous with the SHEERFILL brand. Lightweight Noise Reduction When used as a liner in SHEERFILL® Architectural Membrane systems, Fabrasorb acoustical membrane significantly reduces interior noise levels. In traditional SHEERFILL membrane structures, Fabrasorb appears as an integral part of the roof itself. Ideal for sports complexes and industrial facilities, Fabrasorb allows diffused natural daylight in, while minimizing acoustical disturbance throughout. Improved Climate Control In addition to serving as a sound attenuator, Fabrasorb membrane can also improve the thermal characteristics of tensioned fabric structures. By creating an “insulation” layer of air between the outside and air-conditioned interior space, Fabrasorb can increase the R-value of the roofing membrane, while still allowing natual diffuse light to fill the space below. Safety The Fabrasorb membrane is a translucent, non-combustible, porous composite made with fiberglass and Teflon®.
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