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Soundproofing is often used to control the amount of noise in an environment. In order to do this, multiple methods can be used such as absorbing sound, dampening vibrations, or sounds barriers. Read More…

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Bloomington, 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 $$$

Colleyville, TX  |  505-564-3000

Acoustical Control will do everything from design to final inspection. We custom make noise control systems for each project. We have been extremely successful in the area of noise control on oil and gas compressors. We can help you with your soundproofing needs. Contact us today.

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Acoustical Control, LLC $$$

Princeton, IL  |  815-261-0072

Empire Acoustical Systems focuses on custom engineering, fabrication & installation of acoustical enclosures, noise barriers and sound absorptive wall mountings. Our noise control panels are fabricated from galvanized steel or similar metals, and are both absorptive and reflective. Thanks for your interest in Empire Acoustical Systems and please take a tour of our website for further information.

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Empire Acoustical Systems $$$

St. Louis, MO  |  800-737-0307

G&S Acoustics manufactures noise control products such as acoustical ceilings, acoustical wall panels, wall and ceiling sound diffusers and ceiling reflectors. We provide a variety of finishes to match different applications. Contact us so we can control your sound beautifully!

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G&S Acoustics $$$

Rochester Hills, MI  |  248-289-1123

Our staff consists of licensed professional engineers, acousticians and installers, who can solve virtually any noise problem. We provide total solutions, from the initial technical analysis, specification through purchase of materials, complete installation, and final verification of the results. There is no need to call consultants, order acoustic materials and hire contractors… we do it all! We will work in any commercial, industrial, or residential environment, anywhere in the world.

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Memtech Acoustical $$$
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Noise absorption materials suppress echoes, reflections, resonance, and reverberations whereas noise reducing materials lessen the energy of the sound waves. Before implementing soundproofing materials, it is important to research the best solution for each application. Some components are used in conjunction with each other and others may be used if the space allows. A variety of industries utilize soundproofing materials such as industrial, commercial, and even residential to make places acoustically pleasant. Common places include recording studios, edit rooms, research facilities, function halls, gyms, and even upgraded laundry rooms. To block noise for industrial workers, acoustic curtains are often used when need be.

Soundproofing involves using materials that are able to trap noise and prevent reverberations that would send noise pollution back into the space. Materials that are corrugated, uneven, or jagged in appearance are the most effective because they increase the ratio of the sound barrier and opening space. They allow the sound waves to dissipate more fully and absorb noise. Examples of this can be foam, wedges, rock wool, sheetrock, high mass vinyl, fiberglass, rubber, aluminum, composite, glass, polyethylene, mineral wool, and soundboard. Mineral wool fibers are good example of soundproofing options that are non-combustible and have high melting points allowing them to be used around heat generating industrial machines without serious risks. These materials can be applied during or after construction of a space, however post-construction soundproofing is often far less effective than installing a sound-proofing material from the beginning.