If you're looking to remove asbestos from your home or building, more often than not you're going to need to find something to replace it with. We recommend our SonaSpray as it's an ideal safe asbestos replacement.
The Oscar Acoustics SonaSpray range is completely manufactured from non-hazardous recycled materials and is available in a range of colours. The application is dependant on your individual project, and a qualified Oscar Acoustics engineer will be on hand to give you all the advice you need. Usually, our SonaSpray is applied between 6mm and 100mm thick, all in one quick and easy application!
All of our SonaSpray range is tested under fire conditions, and is fire rated to BS476 Class 1 to part 7 and Class 0 to part 6. That's not all, our SonaSpray offers thermal insulation qualities, making it an even more suitable asbestos replacement!
Oscar Acoustic SonaSpray: The Facts.
- Available in a range of finishes from textured to smooth.
- Also available in a range of colours.
- Fire rated to BS476 Class 1 to part 7 and Class 0 to part 6.
- Thermal Insulation: 0.032 W/[mK]2.
- Lightweight: SonaSpray K13 at 25mm thick weighs 1.8kg/mtr2.
The Ideal Asbestos Replacement
Many old buildings have asbestos coatings on the ceiling to control noise reverberation and give thermal acoustic insulation. When the decision is taken for specialist contractors to remove it, an asbestos replacement is needed.
Example Project: St. Thomas the Apostle Church, Hanwell, London
“This is Edward Maufe’s finest church”, a comment by Elain Harwood in her listing report to English Hertitage.
A recent major refurbishment to this grade 11* listed building included the removal of asbestos from the Chancel, Nave and Sedilia followed by the installation of an asbestos replacement maintaining the flowing lines of the magnificent arches. After research by acoustic consultants Peninsular Acoustics an acoustic decorative coating of SonaSpray fc in off white was proposed at 25mm thick as the asbestos replacement. The proposal was studied and approved by English Heritage.
Following the work carried out by Oscar Acoustics, the church's vicar was more than satisfied with the improvements to the church acoustics. Building acoustic tests were carried out by Peninsular Acoustics that confirmed the required church acoustic conditions had been achieved.
The result? Perfect church acoustics!
An attractive non-hazardous asbestos replacement with superb building acoustics properties.