Kaisound has extraordinary properties. It’s a flexible insulation material whose originally closed-cell components are rearranged by a specific manufacturing process and thus form an open-pore unit. The resulting network has an extremely versatile structure with unique physical properties. The various pore dimensions absorb the problematic frequencies found in building acoustics. Together with the high flow resistance and the viscoelastic properties, excellent sound reduction and damping results are achieved.
Kaisound is largely made from recycled materials and thus helps to avoid wasting valuable resources.