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"Safe'n'Sound" Insulation

Article #0708007 Model #196205 Format 3x23x47"
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"Safe'n'Sound" Insulation

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Non-combustible stone wool insulation, water resistant, fire resistant and easily cut. Excellent sound absorbency. Chemically inert, moisture resistant, does not rot nor promote mildew, fungi or bacteria. CFC and HCFC-free product. Made from natural and recycled materials. 3 x 23 1/4 x 47". Covers up to 60.1 sq.ft.
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Ecological Attributes

This product is certified by GREENGUARD, attesting that it has less of an impact on indoor air quality. The concentrations of the total volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and formaldehyde are less than 0.5 mg/m3, reducing the impact on human health in the home.

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"Safe'n'Sound" Insulation is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 43.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product Let's start off by stating I did not buy this for what it is usually intended for. I used it for my Home Studio as a sound diffuser. I placed the Roxul in a 24x48 wood frame then covered it in breathable fabric. I then placed hangers on the wood frame and placed 5 of them in my home studio/music room. My last home had insulation on the inside walls but this one in Alabama did not. Next step is to have insulation blown in from the attic down the walls to provide a better sound barrier from room to room. This Roxul is used in High End audio applications and when you DIY you cut the cost approx. 65%. Great product! Plus it does not make your skin itch like fiberglass.
Date published: 2011-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for DIY acoustic panels! I purchased this product for use in 8 acoustic panels I made for my modest home theater/video game room. I built 8 frames using 1x3 furring strips that I also purchased at Lowes. I placed each of the pieces of insulation in these frames, and covered them with fabric I purchased at a fabric store. Hundreds of staples later, my panels were finished. The eight panels in my small room have made a tremendous difference in sound quality, absorbing the sounds from my 7 speakers before they can reflect off the walls. Especially notable is the increased clarity from the center channel, where most dialog in a movie is placed. I would recommend this product for anyone who wants to make DIY acoustic panels.
Date published: 2012-06-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Recording studio sound panels This insulation works great as sound absorbing panels, bass traps, etc. It is slightly stiff to hold its own shape and is easy to work with. Although made from stone, you still want to dress and wear protective equipment just as if you were working with fiberglass, as it has a very simiar feel. One caveat, you will want to order it well ahead of the expected start of your project. As with another reviewer, I was told by the website it would arrive by the end of the week, but I finally received it on the 3rd week. One of the issues was it was hung up in customs as it comes through/from Canada.
Date published: 2012-01-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Recording Studio I used this product to insulate my walls in my recording studio and also to make sound absorbing panels. this is a great product and absorbs sound very well. it is also very easy to work with as it has no fiberglass. i highly recommend this for anyone looking to reduce noise from one room to another
Date published: 2016-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good product for sound panels too I needed to build sound panels for the new fellowship hall at my church. We had very high ceilings and a lot of problems with sound echo. While this product is manufactured for use inside the walls it works very well for making sound panels too. Because it is intended for inside walls it does tend to be a bit crumbly and did not tolerate much handling. We built wooden frames, lined them with netting, glued the edges, put in the insulation, more netting on the other side and then covered the front with fabric. The result was inexpensive beautiful sound panels that make a huge difference in our large room.
Date published: 2012-09-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It would be great if all of the same quality I used this product as part of multi-step process to sound isolate the basement from the first floor. I think the product working as advertised. CONS: The quality needs some attention. Some bags were better than others. In fact, some panels within one bag were better than the others. The bad panels were to flimsy to hold itself between the joists (I put them in the ceiling not walls). The good ones were holding up firmly (given 24" O.C. distance between the joists). The good news, Roxul stood behind their product and fix the issue for me. NOTE: You really need to measure good and cut to the right measurement. The material is not forgiven. If you try fit and the measurement is wrong, each time you take out the Roxul to adjust measurement, the firmness of the material get reduced.
Date published: 2015-05-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Why use anything else? This stuff is way easier to use than fiberglass! It stays in place where you put it. Doesn't itch. Don't need a respirator. Trims up with a serrated knife. Provides thermal insulation + sound absorption & fire safing all in one product. I will probably never use fiberglass insulation again. If you have to order it in advance, like I had to, don't hesitate. It's a simple process. Lowe's really should stock it locally.
Date published: 2013-03-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent sound deadening I used it in the ceiling/floor between the first and second floors of my house. My highly scientific test was to put in a Raiders of the Lost Ark DVD in the room directly above the one I was working in and turn the volume way up and put it on repeat. At the start I could understand almost every word, hear every gunshot, and the theme music was barely muffled. After I did most of the ceiling, several times I forgot the TV was even on. Muffled bass of occasional explosions was all I could hear directly. Most of the time the only way I could hear it is if I was over by the bottom of the stairs, I could hear through the open door down the hall and down the stairs. And that was before drywall. Well well worth the money and effort!
Date published: 2012-05-22
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