1-1/2" Eggcrate Foam

Foam Types
Acoustic Foam

Standard Sizes
72"x80" and 72"x48"

Colors: All 13 Colors
Overall NRC: 0.45
NRC Ratings: Click Here

Features

For a more economical solution to soundproofing, eggcrate foam performs well at a lower price than wedge foam tiles. The style of eggcrate foam keeps the price down, yet it still performs well for someone needing soundproofing on a budget. It is especially practical for people planning to cover their deadening foam with acoustical cloth.

1-1/2" Acoustic Eggcrate
Color
Add to Cart
Acoustic Foam - Eggcrate
72" x 80" x 1-1/2"
Covers 40 sq. ft.
Charcoal
$32.99
Acoustic Foam - Eggcrate
48" x 72" x 1-1/2" - 2-Pack
Covers 48 sq. ft.
Colors
$62.99

NOTE: Products may carry a size tolerance, depending on style. Please see our Tolerance Table.

2-1/2" Eggcrate Foam

Foam Types
Acoustic Foam

Standard Sizes
72"x80" and 72"x48"

Colors: All 13 Colors
Overall NRC: 0.60
NRC Ratings: Click Here

Features

The applications of 2-1/2 inch eggcrate are the same as its thinner counterpart, except that it shares the greater deadening characteristics of 2 inch wedge foam.

2-1/2" Acoustic Eggcrate
Color
Add to Cart
Acoustic Foam - Eggcrate
72" x 80" x 2-1/2"
Covers 40 sq. ft.
Charcoal
$46.99
Acoustic Foam - Eggcrate
48" x 72" x 2-1/2" - 2-Pack
Covers 48 sq. ft.
Colors
$93.99

NOTE: Products may carry a size tolerance, depending on style. Please see our Tolerance Table.


Because of the cutting process, eggcrate patterns will not be consistent and we advise against installing them side-by-side.

Standard sheets of foam are cut slightly larger than the listed size to compensate for shrinkage during packaging, transit, and delivery. Sheets may contain rough edges. Any yellowing/discoloration present is a byproduct of exposure to light during production and manufacturing and does not represent a flaw, damage, or defect in the material.

All acoustical products meet ASTM E84 Class A and California 117 flame retardancy specifications. Generally, this means if you were to briefly expose our foam to a flame, it would self-extinguish.

We do not encourage or endorse anyone attempting fire retardancy tests. Also, please check building codes to meet your area's regulations before installing our acoustic foam.