All Noise Control Foam feature a modified anechoic wedge design for cost-effective, yet impressive sound control. The unique geometric shape of the surface pattern on these panels provides optimum deflection of sound waves, making them an excellent choice for recording and broadcast studios.
Finding effective methods of noise control is an ongoing concern in many manufacturing and industrial settings. This is because excessive noise levels and environmental vibrations can have negative long-term consequences for both human beings and sensitive equipment.
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.
In the heart if Texas, Milan middle school had a noise reverberation problem typical to institution spaces such as gyms, cafeterias, auditorium and general purpose rooms. We all associate the echoes, noise and reverberation of sound with gyms, pool areas & large auditorium / multipurpose rooms and certainly can relate to the high noise levels in these types of rooms. In this middle school gymnasium (a problem in virtual all gymnasiums), the sound bounces off the walls more than the basketballs. Due to the volume and space in these rooms and lack of noise absorbents, the noise grows and creates echoes and reverberation seriously impeding speech intelligibility. When the gym was in use, the conversation next to you was indistinguishable from the conversation across the floor.
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
Noise & Acoustical solutions in today’s homes are increasing common. Especially in apartments, condo’s & townhouses where shared walls are present. While it may be thought of as a luxury, there are several products used in soundproofing a home which are very cost-effective, attainable and simple to install. Some of the specific problems addressed in homes, town houses and condos include unwanted noise coming through common walls, such as noisy neighbors, and footfall or impact noise coming from above. These are divided into airborne sound and impact sound. Whatever the sound, sound barriers, soundproofing material and sound isolation material by All Noise Control can significantly reduce and stop all noise.
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.
Wayne from Barvista homes called All Noise Control provided them with a solution to block sound transmission for privacy between condominium walls. All Noise control offered the solution of 1# 1/8″ Vinyl Sound Barrier (VB-60)
4 ways to achieve effective noise reduction:
Sound Insulation. With this approach to noise control, the goal is to introduce a solid barrier to the environment that helps lessen the reverberation of the sound waves. Much like the insulation of a house helps keeps warm air in and cold air out (and vice versa depending on the seasons), this approach effectively mitigates the transference of sound within a defined area by adding materials which block the transfer of sound waves. High-density materials such as concrete, steel, and stone are often used in this application because of they are difficult to penetrate.