100% PET (min. 50% recycled content)
- 3/8″ (9mm) | ± 166 PET Bottles
- 1/2″ (12mm) | ± 318 PET Bottles
Available in two thicknesses:
- 3/8″ (9mm) | ±0.5mm
- 1/2″ (12mm) | ±0.5mm
- 3/8″ (9mm): 8.4lbs (3.8kg) | ±5%
- 1/2″ (12mm): 16.0lbs (7.26kg) | ±5%
60-65 (Shore C)
- 3/8″ (9mm): 48″ (1219mm) x 96″ (2438mm) (±1mm)
- 1/2″ (12mm): 48″ (1219mm) x 108 3/16″ (2748mm) (±1mm)
- North America:
- ASTM E-84 Class A*
- CAN ULC S102-10
- Europe and UK
- EN13501-1: 2007
Made of polyester fiber, min. 50% of which comes from recycled water bottles which contributes to LEED MR Credit and BREEAM Health and Wellbeing, Materials points due to recycled content, acoustic performance, and low emitting materials.
No VOC’s: CDPH v1.2 and REACH SVHC Compliant.
Refer to ASTM C423 test charts for specific absorption coefficients.
- 3/8″ (9mm): NRC 0.75 (subject to mounting conditions)
- 1/2″ (12mm): NRC 0.80 (subject to mounting conditions)
Wall and ceiling, tackboards, visual and acoustical privacy barriers, acoustic canopies, and other custom applications.
Variation in fiber mix and colour may occur. All products will be supplied within commercial tolerances.
Tackable, impact resistant, bacteria resistant, moisture resistant, installation friendly.
Custom design options include CNC cutting for virtually any shape and printing.
* Upon request, 1/2″(12mm) sheet material is treated with USA origin post-production flame retardant to Class A surface burning characteristics. Post sheet production FR treatment does not contain any Red List Restricted Chemicals and complies with California Proposition 65. Contact customer service for technical information, test data and safety data sheets for flame retardant.
How ezoBord is Made
Soft drink and detergent bottles made from PET identified by the recycling symbol are collected from consumers.
Contaminants like lids and sticky labels are removed. Bottles are chipped into tiny pellets.
Pellets are washed and sanitized.
Pellets and colours are fed into a hopper. A heater at the base of the hopper melts the pellets to form a free-flowing resin.
Resin is pumped through a sophisticated shower-rose device, known as a spinneret.
Cold air fans set the fine fibers extruded from the spinneret.
Fibers are drawn and cut, then are blended into a web.
Web is compressed, cut and ready for use.