Megasorber WFM lightweight acoustic panel features a luxury fabric finish, and is especially designed for architectural applications. With various fabric colours and textures available, and the option for custom fabrics, the WFM range offers great architectural design flexibility with a luxury finish.

Excellent Acoustic Performance

Megasorber WFM acoustic panel utilises a patented fireproof sound-absorbing facing material, Soundmesh® G8 (U.S. Patent No. 8167085, Canadian Patent No. 2674986, Australian Patent No. 200926197), to provide superior sound absorption.

Megasorber Sound Absorption

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Endless colour options

Megasorber WFM acoustic panel has a range of fabric colours and textures to choose from. Customized fabrics are also available.

Lightweight and Easy to Install

The panels are very lightweight and can be easily installed with Megasorber A200 high tack adhesive.

Architectural applications

Reverberation or echo noise reduction for:

  • Sports stadiums, multipurpose halls, school halls
  • Music rooms, recording studios, home theatres
  • Call centres, commercial and office buildings
  • Restaurants, bars and clubs.

Features and benefits

The Megasorber WFM panel provides superior acoustic performance.

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Key Features

  • Superior sound absorption using patented technology
  • Acoustic panel with a luxury plush coating
  • Lightweight and self-supporting
  • Suitable for direct-fix using Megasorber A200 adhesive
  • Up to 48 colour options
  • Environmentally friendly


  • Great architectural design flexibility with endless colour choices
  • Reduces reverberation noise effectively
  • Will not rot or powderize in hot and humid conditions
  • Long service life
  • Low installation costs

Acoustic Properties

Determine the levels of noise absorption of different sound absorber products.

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Typical results when tested in a reverberation room:

Random Incidence Absorption Coefficient tested to AS ISO 354-2006: ‘Acoustics: Measurement of sound absorption in a reverberation room’

Technical specifications

Megasorber WFM sound absorbing panel provides superior acoustic performance, is inherently fire resistant and lightweight.

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Standard Product Range

Standard thickness: 25mm,50mm & 100mm
Product Code Thickness Panel Size
Megasorber FM25F 25mm 1.2m x 2.4m
Megasorber FM50F 50mm 1.2m x 2.4m
Megasorber FM100F 100mm 1.2m x 2.4m
Other thicknesses available: 12mm, 38mm & 75mm (minimum order quantity applies)
Product Code Thickness Panel Size
Megasorber FM12F 12mm 1.2m x 2.4m
Megasorber FM38F 38mm 1.2m x 2.4m
Megasorber FM75F 75mm 1.2m x 2.4m


  1. 48 colours are available, and MOQ (minimum order quantity) applies for other customised colours. Add colour code for your required colour. For example:
    Megasorber FM25F-EB: 25mm thick, electrical blue (EB)
    Megasorber FM25F-AQ: 25mm thick, aqua (AQ)
    Please refer to the colour chart for the full range of colours and colour codes.
    Note:  we do not recommend coating FM panels with white or light-colours.
  2. There may be some colour variation between batches.
  3. Thickness tolerance is ±5%, and sheet dimension tolerance is ±1%.
  4. Other sheet sizes available are: 1200mm x 1200mm and 1200mm x 600mm (1195mm x 595mm if packed in boxes). We can cut panels to size; however, extra cutting charges apply.

Thermal Properties

Base foam colour: white or grey
Thermal Conductivity ASTM C177: 0.032W/mK
Density, weight and thermal insulation properties:

*Calculated value based on thermal conductivity
FM12 FM25 FM38 FM50 FM75 FM100
Nominal Density (kg/m3) 25 16 13 12 11 10
Nominal Weight (kg/m2) 0.30 0.40 0.50 0.60 0.80 1.0
Typical R-value* 0.4 0.8 1.2 1.6 2.4 3.2
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Installation instructions

These recommendations are for general guidance only. Installation methods must be tested under actual service conditions to determine their suitability for a particular purpose.

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Keep acoustic panels flat. Panels must be kept flat during the handling and installation process. Bending or folding sheets may create creases on the Soundmesh® G8 facing. Once formed, these creases are difficult to remove.

Cutting (if required). The panel can be hand-cut by a knife (sharp utility knife or similar), or machine-cut by a bench saw or rotating blade cutter with a toothless blade.

Note: It is recommended to wear gloves during cutting. The Soundmesh® G8 facing edges may irritate or cut the skin.

Clean substrate surface with Megasorber AC5, acetone or similar. The surface must be dry, free of oil, dust, grease, rust and other contaminants.

Install the panels direct-fix using Megasorber A200 or A100 adhesives, with express finish edges or between panels using powder-coated aluminium trim.

Clean dirt and marks on the Soundmesh® G8 facing with Megasorber

M8 Clean block and water. Dry with a microfiber cloth. Remove excessive adhesive on hands, cloth or equipment with Megasorber AC5.

Direct-fix acoustic panels using Megasorber A200 adhesive.

Available in 600ml sausage for caulking gun and 290ml cartridges for cartridge gun.

  1. Apply adhesive on the back of the acoustic panel (NOT on the Soundmesh® G8 facing).
  2. Install the panel immediately after application of the

Application Pattern

Full-size panel (1.2m x 2.4m) adhesive application 

Minimum bead size (glue width) = 10mm to 15mm diameter. Recommended usage: approx. 1.5 to 2 sausages per full-size panel (1.2m x 2.4m), or approx. 2-3 cartridges per full-size panel.

Direct-fix with Megasorber A100

Spray Adhesive

  1. Connect a hose and spray gun to the new canister. Roll the canister backwards and forwards vigorously for 1-2 minutes to ensure the adhesive has not settled or separated during transit.
  2. Spray adhesive onto the back of the acoustic panel (not on the Soundmesh® G8 facing). Spray one coat to seal the porous surface vertically and then a second coat horizontally to achieve maximum adhesive contact.
  3. Spray adhesive on the substrate
  4. Allow adhesive to dry thoroughly. The adhesive should be touch-dry in 3-5 minutes (depending on conditions).
  5. Bond both surfaces together within 10 minutes of the adhesive being touch-dry.
  6. Apply uniform pressure over the surface.

Spray patterns


Note: we recommend A100 on a smooth surface, such as refrigeration panels, plasterboards and metal panels. A100 is not suitable for uneven or textured surfaces. For uneven or textured surfaces, such as concrete soffit and brickwork, we recommend A200 adhesive.


Express Finish.

Leave a gap of 20mm to 30mm between panels

Powder-coated aluminium or metal trims

FM50 Acoustic Panel

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Information for Specifiers

Please feel free to use the information to include in your project specifications.

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