Sound Absorption

We provide individualized solutions to meet your acoustical issue.  To give some examples, in many cases, we recommend three types of acoustic wall panels:

  • fabric wrapped
  • scrim faced
  • perforated metal panels

They are customized for your needs. They reduce undesirable reflections in a space along with the reverberation noise (echoyness).

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Sound Barriers

Sound barriers can be made of block, wood, brick …  Three other options are:

  • Mass loaded vinyl (MLV)  without an acoustical absorption.
  • Quilted MLVrovides a barrier while the absorption reduces reflections. Acoustical absorption is important for an enclosure or when reflections may increase noise levels.
  • Perforated metal barriers. These lightweight panels have a solid exterior to block noise and perforated metal on the interior with fiberglass in the space between to absorb noise and reduce reflections.  The fiberglass and perforated metal can also be attached to a masonry wall.

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Custom Sound Enclosures

Sound Solutions can help with the design and installation of custom enclosures that can have absorptive, transparent and operable components.  We build them to your needs to enclose loud equipment and provide the access and visibility that you need.

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