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Sound insulation is known for blocking high levels of noise in a certain space. Also known as acoustic insulation, it is used to absorb sound waves of unwanted noises so it does not travel through a surface or reverberate back into a space as noise pollution. Read More…

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Libertyville, IL  |  847-843-0500

Noise Barriers offers an array of architectural and industrial noise control solutions made of only the highest quality materials. Many of our sound absorbers are heat resistant, and custom sizing is available. We make things easy for you and even demonstrate the construction process on our site!

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Noise Barriers, LLC $$$

Lakeville, MN  |  800-638-9355

Netwell specializes in soundproofing solutions by means of sound barriers and sound absorbers. We have an extensive product line of acoustic panels and over 60 other soundproofing materials in a variety of colors, shapes and sizes tailored to address your specific soundproofing needs. Check us out.

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Netwell Noise Control $$$

Dublin, OH  |  877-457-2695

Kinetics Noise Control, Inc. has over a half century of experience designing innovative solutions for soundproofing and noise reduction. Utilizing the most complete line of proven and tested products in the industry, Kinetics Noise Control has the knowledge and experience to meet the requirements of your project. Product and Systems Include: Barrier Walls, Acoustic Enclosures, HVAC Silencers, Floor Isolation Systems, and Acoustical Wall and Ceiling Systems.

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Kinetics Noise Control $$$

Pottstown, PA  |  610-495-9700

R&M Equipment is a distributor of Roots PD Blowers, Kaesar Plant Air Compressors, Continental Centrifugal Blowers and All-Star Regenerative Blowers. We supply both air blowers and gas blowers. Our goal is to give our customers the best possible service.

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R&M Equipment Company $$$

Chicago, IL  |  800-621-0089

Since 1950, Singer Safety has been creating a safer work environment as well as creating safety screens, noise control systems, industrial curtains and strip curtains. Also among our products are welding screens, glide wall partitions, sound stopper noise control, vinyl strip products and fire equipment covers and blankets. Visit our website soon to learn more.

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Singer Safety Company $$$

Wind Gap, PA  |  800-236-9194

BRD Noise & Vibration Control designs and implements quality solutions for industries such as cement, pulp and paper, as well as automotive. We produce a full line of noise control panels, active noise controls, sound barriers, acoustical foam, noise control enclosures and acoustical wall panels.

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BRD Noise and Vibration /Hushcore $$$
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It is common to see this type of equipment in theaters, performance halls, recording studios, and manufacturing buildings. Adding sound insulation to a buildings design allows for the noise to be controlled and restricts it from spreading further, which is essential in most cases. There are many soundproofing materials that can be used such as, fiberglass, foam, rubber, aluminum, glass wool, and polyethylene. If a building or structure has a common element like brick, drywall, or concrete, it is easy for noise to travel through since they are hard and flat surfaces. Sound insulation is essential in residential, multi-story buildings, medical offices, libraries, and places where unwanted sounds could disrupt activities.

Similar to foam, acoustic insulation absorbs frequencies transmitted by soundwaves. There are many different ways and types of materials used for different applications. For example, acoustic curtains, ceilings, floors, and panels. Mineral wool has a special chemical property for some specific applications. Mineral wool is non-combustible and has a melting temperature at 1800-2000 degrees Fahrenheit. This is an important element since sound waves are converted to heat as it vibrates.