This page was printed from

Spacer fabrics for sound control

Advanced Textiles, Products | May 1, 2013 | By:

In Karl Mayer’s acoustic-damping, warp-knitted spacer textiles a monofilament yarn is used in the spacer layer and the outer surfaces are made from a textured yarn for effective sound absorption. The upper and lower sides, with microscopic roughness, reflect impinging sound waves; the space between the two surfaces of the textile provides a dissipation zone to reduce the energy of the sound waves to a minimum. It offers drapability, a low weight, a variety of designs produced by printing technology and a pleasant textile handle.

SOURCE Karl Mayer GmbH

Share this Story

Leave a Reply