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US Coast Guard Effectively Resolves Their Noise Control Issue of Noise Travelling Through Double Doors
All Noise Control met these challenges by developing a custom solution using the ANC-AB13 2″ thick acoustic blanket with 1# non-reinforced vinyl barrier to create a 4 sided enclosure including a floor mounted heavy duty double track system.
Theta Pro2Serve Management Company
Theta Pro2Serve Management Company Contacted All Noise Control to provide them with ceiling tiles for their existing drop in ceilings. After receiving the sizes and dimensions, All Noise Control provided a solution using ANC-1010 1 this Fiberglass ceiling tiles 2mil. White pebble grain facing.
All Noise Control provided a solution using ANC-1010 1′ this Fiberglass ceiling tiles 2mil. White pebble grain facing.
Noise problems Theta Pro2Serve Management Company
Theta Pro2Serve Management Company Contacted All Noise Control to provide them with ceiling tiles for their existing drop in ceilings. After receiving the sizes and dimensions, All Noise Control provided a solution using
MOCA – the famous Museum of Contemporary Art in Florida had acoustic problems typical in large spaces. Volume & open spaces, with large flat surfaces are ideal settings for echo, reverberation and other acoustic problems. Visitors could hear whispers across the room making private conversation difficult. MOCA required an absorption material that was aesthetically pleasing and non-distracting – to essentially stop the sound and allow the art to stand out. They needed to absorb the sound bouncing off the ceiling, floor and walls that travelled from exhibit to exhibit, while not interfering or distracting from the artwork displayed. Our ANC-3000 Acoustical Wall Panels was an ideal candidate. It can stand up to high traffic areas while not wearing, is Class A fire rated and available in 48 fabric Guilford colors.
This environment is someplace that cost-effective soundproofing and noise control are important to keep noise to comfortable levels. To control animal noise ( such as barking dogs ) a noise control solution must dramatically reduce the ambient noise levels within the room. Since it is nearly impossible to eliminate the sound of barking dogs and other such animal noise, our sound specialists can help achieve a comfortable noise level by making all your walls, ceilings, floors and other structures less reflective. This helps the barking dog noises from bouncing off walls and ceiling overall reducing echo and irritating noise issues.
The City of Palm Beach Gardens Florida called All Noise Control to help them solve their noise control issues with a gym/multi purpose building. After discussing their application, All Noise Control provided them with a solution of ANC-3100 2″ Impact Facing Wall Panels and ANC-600 PVC Ceiling baffles.
Acoustics studies the sound and how it behaves in various environments. Sound effects such as absorption, reflection, refraction or interference are also studied by acoustics. The broad acceptance of the term ‘acoustics’ refers to all the aspects of sound. Until not long ago, the notions ‘acoustics’ and ‘sound’ referred to waves and elastic vibrations that humans could hear. However, in the twentieth century, the development of technology and science has led to the broadening of the field of acoustics, in that it now comprises aspects not directly related to the hearing process, such as intensities and frequencies which are above or below the audible limits of humans.
Within the walls of Syracuse Research Center in NY, there’s quite a bit of information. For any research facility privacy is always a concern and a goal. This goal became achievable once Syracuse Research Center connected with All Noise Control.
Educational facilities always have acoustic problems to solve. Whether it’s multi-purpose rooms, gymnasiums or sports centers, theaters, auditorium’s or music and band rooms, there’s a lot of noise in the educational industry. University of Michigan needed to find harmony in their frequently used band room. With the array of instrutments, varity of noise levels and active students, the sound in their band room has serious reverberation problems. Another major contributing factor in these types of rooms are the construction materials, most often exposed concrete which offers a disadvantage by promoting reverberation, echo and distortion of sound.
Controlling animal noise and the sounds of barking dogs in indoor animal shelters requires reduction of the ambient animal noise level within the room itself. Generally, these animal shelters and dog kennels are treated with sound absorptive materials, which will lower the reverberation (echo) time within the rooms.