The Watercot is an absorbent acoustic panel for ceilings and walls. This model comes in two versions: the Watercot® BAF, which is a suspension baffle for ceilings, and the Watercot® WAL, which is a covering material for walls and ceilings. The latter can be provided with PU glue (sold separately), very easy to install.
The Watercot is manufactured with one component only, i.e., closed-cell polyethylene foam, whose cells are open by perforation at a later process during manufacture. The result is a very efficient material for acoustic treatment. The several advantages of this product are its weight, price, durability and moisture resistance.
When compared to other similar materials, i.e., polyester-foam and melamine-foam, this material has distinct advantages which allow its use in rather wet environments and outdoors, given its resistance to moisture and water. One of the key features of this foam is actually its capacity to remain physically and acoustically unchanged when exposed to water and moisture.
These two products, the Watercot® WAL and the Watercot® BAF, are yet another option of acoustic treatment provided by JOCAVI®, mainly when both moisture and fire resistance requirements are essential criteria. It is a mandatory tool for airborne noise control problems and a very low-cost solution.


Excellent acoustic properties NRC: (Watercot® WAL - WAW120 - 0.82/m2 ) and (Watercot® BAF - WAB 120 - 0.86/m2 )
It withstands the direct contact with water and may be washed by water pressure.
Water absorption: %Vol. (28d-95%HR) < 4 %vol.
Density: 30kg/m
No volatile mineral fibres.
Fire Reaction: meets all fire policies required for the Building & Construction DIN 4102 B1 Class.
Low average weight that allows light fastening structures.
Easy installation: Watercot® WAL ( PU glue sold separately) and Watercot® BAF suspension panel with included suspension metal hooks.
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WAW 120
120 cm
60 cm
6 cm
0.46 Kg
WAB 120
120 cm
60 cm
6 cm
0.44 Kg

Frequency [HZ]
Watercot BAF model: values obtained with one panel per sqm, suspended from the ceiling.
Watercot WAL model: values obtained with one panel per sqm, with the product glued to a concrete wall.