The FlexiBooth is an acoustic cupboard that measures 24" x 48" x 4" deep. The outer shell is constructed using heavy black MDF board. When open, it exposes three Broadway acoustic panels.
The main wall panel is 2" thick and measures 24" x 48" while the two side panels are 1” thick and measure 12" x 48". All three acoustic panels are made from high density 6lb per cubic foot glass wool and fully encapsulated with micromesh and resin hardened edges for a clean look. Panels are the covered in an acoustically transparent fabric and come in choice of grey or beige.
The Broadway panels provide balanced absorption throughout the voice range. Low frequencies are further extended when the FlexiBooth is mounted on the wall as the design introduces an air gap behind the main panel.
Once in place the door glide hardware is used to hold the doors open at several pre-set positions allowing you to tailor the amount of off-axis reflections that reach the microphone. When not in use magnetic door catches keep the doors shut and out of the way.
|Frame Material:||Black melamine laminated MDF|
|Dimensions||24" x 48" x 4"
609mm x 1219mm x 101mm
|Panel Material:||Formed, semi rigid inorganic glass fibers; Density 6.0 lbs. pcf. (96 kg/m3)|
|Fabric Facing||Acoustically transparent polyester|
(xx denotes fabric color code)
|Fabric Color Codes:||Beige=03, Grey=08|
|Test||Class||Flame Spread||Smoke Density||Test Data|
|ASTM E 84||1 or A||15||155|
|CAN/UL-S102||1 or A||15||155|
Test data provided by Bodycote Materials Testing Inc. This method, designated as ASTM E 84-05, "Standard Method of Test for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials", is used to measure and describe the response of materials, products, or assemblies to heat and flame under controlled conditions, but does not by itself incorporate all factors required for fire-hazard or fire-risk assessment under actual fire condition.
|One Inch Panel||0.17||0.28||0.81||1.00||1.02||0.95||0.80|
|Two Inch Panel||0.45||0.83||1.07||1.00||1.01||1.00||1.00|
Due to the size of the wavelengths and limitations of the testing facilities, low frequency absorption data is based on a combination of Broadway panel test results from Riverbank Acoustical Laboratories and 1/4 wave length calculations.