Roxul stone wool AFB (mineral) insulation home recording studio material soundproofing commercial


Wholesale Roxul AFB insulation Mass loaded vinyl Barrier residential/commercial entertainment center Sound home studio soundproofing materials - Roxul stone wool insulation


Used for the following applications but not limited to:

Roxul insulation for recording studio's Entertainment centers Gym's Restaurants Theaters
Homes Office's Town homes Condos Commercial applications
Garage studio conversions Soundproof between floors basement ceiling sound insulation    

Roxul stone wool insulation soundproofing & commercial SAFE® is a light-weight, semi-rigid stone batt noise reduction STC high Ratings that provides fire resistance and sound control and excellent noise reduction.

Roxul is designed for commercial, industrial, and residential buildings as a fire stopping & used for sound attenuation.


  • Home soundproofing, in rafters & walls, using mass loaded vinyl in all applications will increase the stc by 5 points 
  • Night clubs, office buildings, auditoriums etc.
  • Excellent Recording studio soundproofing  
  • Perimeter gaps between concrete floor slabs and exterior wall systems
  • Around conduit pipe and duct openings through walls and floor slabs Description
  • Between fire walls and ceiling slabs



1/2" Gypsum board, single on one side, double on the other side

3-1/8" steel studs spaced 24" on center

1/8" Mass loaded vinyl


Acoustical Sealant

STC 61

Fire Resistance:

1 hr rating when using x rated sheet rock between 2 x 4's.


SAFE® is used in conjunction with a fire sealant to prevent passage of fire and smoke..


  • Non-combustible Roxkwool , Roxul stone wool noise reduction insulation with melting point of approx. 1177°C (2150°F)
  • Does not promote smoke or flame spread when exposed to flame
  • Minimal shrinkage to maintain critical line of defense against fire
  • Low thermal conductivity
  • Water and moisture resistant; does not absorb moisture to maintain insulating value
  • Does not rot, promote mildew, fungi, or bacteria, or sustain vermin
  • Can be faced with reinforced foil facings
  • Earns LEED® points – talk to LEED® Accredited Professional

Stone wool batt Roxul insulation excellent Sound-Absorbent in addition to it's thermal properties.

The unique non-directional structure of Rockwool stone wool content is denser than traditional insulations. This effectively reduces airflow and essentially, sound transmissions. Higher air flow resistivity means better sound attenuation. Excellent overall sound control is further achieved with several Rockwool Roxul products as the density of the stone wool content is increased – such as in our rigid and semi-rigid board products.

What is a good sound environment?

Noise should be dampened to such an extent that it no longer interferes with the activity you were set out to do. Just 30 dB(A) is disturbing to sleep. Noise with sound levels of 35 dB(A) or more interferes with the intelligibility of speech in smaller rooms.

Even lower background levels are needed for adequate speech intelligibility for vulnerable groups - such as the hearing impaired, the elderly, children in the process of language and reading development, and individuals who are not familiar with the spoken language

Rooms with many hard surfaces may result in disturbing ‘echo’ which must be avoided. A reverberation time below 0.6 seconds is desirable, even in a quiet environment.

A 10 dB difference is perceived by the human ear as a doubling (or halving) of the audible sound.

Acoustical Performance::::
Thickness 125 Hz 250 Hz 500 Hz 1000 Hz 2000 Hz 4000 Hz NRC
2.0" 0.26 0.68 1.12 1.10 1.03 1.04 1.00
3.0” 0.63 0.95 1.14 1.01 1.03 1.04 1.05
4.0” 1.03 1.07 1.12 1.04 1.07 1.08 1.10


NOTE:  AFB is NOT the same as the residential batts called Roxul Safe 'n' Sound found in some local home improvement stores.  While they have similar uses Safe 'n' Sound is geared toward very basic residential uses and is a less dense product (only 2.5lbs/cf compared to AFB's  2.8lbs/cf).

Roxul Safe 'n' Sound Does Not meet:

ASTM E 90 - Airborne Sound Transmission

ASTM E 413 - Rating Sound Insulation

ASTM C 423 - Sound Absorption Coefficients

ASTM E 1050 - Impedance and Absorption of Acoustical Materials

Safe 'n' Sound is NOT MEA Approval New York City Approval 338-97-M

City Of Los Angeles approval RR 25444

ULC Design Nos. U311, W406, W408, W419,

W423, W440, W441, W442, W508, W600, Z500

UL Design Nos. U305, U311, U317, U411, U412, U448, U465, V417, V418, V41

ASTM C 553 Mineral Fiber Blanket Thermal Insulation

Please note that Roxul Comfort batt is for thermal insulation.

2" X 16" X 48" =85.33 sq ft
2" X 24" X 48" = 96. sq ft
3" X 16" X 48" = 64 sq ft
3" X 24" X 48" = 64 sq ft

Call for shipping rate first. Ships from: NY, MA, CT, MA, NH, FL, NJ, DC, PA, MD. This product does not ship via UPS or FedEx

What does STC mean?

STC stands for Sound Transmission Class. This rating is used to compare the acoustic isolation of different materials. The method used to calculate the STC rating is ASTM E413.
What does NRC mean?

NRC stands for Noise Reduction Coefficient. The NRC of a material can be found by using either the Reverberation Room Method (ASTM C423) or the Impedance Tube Method (ASTM C384).

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