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Polymax Absorb XHD 100mm batts

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Hi all,

I've just placed an order with CSR Martini in Sydney for a single pack of Polymax Absorb XHD 100mm batts. Unfortunately the manufacturer told me that they won't proceed my order unless I purchase the MOQ of 3 packs of 3 batts. So i'm awaiting for other orders to come in to be paired with mine.

If anyone else is looking to purchase less than 3 packs of these insulation batts (perfect for any DIY acoustic panels, especially bass traps), i'd recommend purchasing now so that you don't have to wait.

I don't want to be seen as an advertiser for CSR Martini or the company I bought through, so I won't name the distributor that I purchased from just in case. Just wanted to possibly spare someone in Aus (as well as myself) the pain of waiting a few months.

Cheers,
Callum.
 

 

 

UPDATE: Distributor is available. Anyone who would like to join in on purchasing 1+ pack(s) (partial packs may arranged with current buyers) of Polymax Absorb XHD 50mm batts in black please PM me. 

 

Price (approximation as I don't want to give the price out without consent of distributor): Approx. $350 (including GST) per pack (6 batts)

 

Works out at around $15 per 1200x600x50mm Acoustic Panel or $30 per 1200x600x100mm Acoustic Panel (when doubled up).

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How big are the batts and how much for a pack?

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How big are the batts and how much for a pack?

 

The batts are 2400x1200mm each, and 3 per pack. From the distributor I bought from, they're around $360 for a pack of 3 batts in black (including GST) or around $325 for a pack of 3 batts in white (including GST). That is, for Absorb XHD 100mm.

Works out to around $27 per 120x60cm panel in white and $30 per panel in black. Pretty sure the default is white, you have to ask for black.

 

 

 

Yeah I didn't much look into wool batts. Can't see a data sheet on it though?

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Yeah I didn't much look into wool batts. Can't see a data sheet on it though?

the data can be requested, i have not seen the data yet, but wool have good properties, although this is probably a mixed wool.

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That batts are 2400x1200mm each, and 3 per pack. From the distributor I bought from, they're around $360 for a pack of 3 batts in black (including GST) or around $325 for a pack of 3 batts in white (including GST). That is, for Absorb XHD 100mm.

Works out to around $27 per 120x60cm panel in white and $30 per panel in black. Pretty sure the default is white, you have to ask for black.

 

 

 

Yeah I didn't much look into wool batts. Can't see a data sheet on it though?

The XHD really does end up being excellent value per panel once cut down to size (particularly if you can arrange for Martini to cut it on their machinery). The fact that it's self-supporting and requires no frame or covering (unless you don't like plain black or white) is a big plus too!

It's the money I've spent on my system full-stop, and mine is only the poxy 50mm variety ;)

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the data can be requested, i have not seen the data yet, but wool have good properties, although this is probably a mixed wool.

 

Ah ok. Well i've already paid for my Polymax Absorb batts, so I guess i'll just stick around and wait for a bit. 

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You sure the Polymax stuff is white? Thought they were all black.

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Ah ok. Well i've already paid for my Polymax Absorb batts, so I guess i'll just stick around and wait for a bit. 

i didnt know you have already paid for it...:D

 

the Polymax HD is good, I'm suggesting there are other alternatives :)

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You sure the Polymax stuff is white? Thought they were all black.

White is also available provided you meet the minimum order quantity.

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