accoustical noise control glossary
Acoustics deals with the study of sound
US Coast Guard Effectively Resolves Their Noise Control Issue of Noise Travelling Through Double Doors
Acoustic Blanket Installation to Create a 4-Side, Floor Mounted Enclosure. Using our Acoustic Blankets to construct a 4-sided noise control solution will significantly reduce sound. The noise reduction to be expected is a range of 20 to 40 decibles. The better the construction, weight of blankets and amount of acoustic blankets used (the surface area) all factor into your sound reduction numbers. Ensuring all corners and edges are tight, and that there are no gaps is a major factor. The size of the blankets in which the amount of surface area that is available to dissipate and contain the noise is the other major factor.
All Noise Control provided St. Mark’s Episcopal Church with a solution of angle cut ANC-3000 1″ acoustical wall panels.
Contractor/Builders & Construction
John Mirenda Construction LLC
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.
A common problem in churches and large rooms is echo and reverberation. While space is a factor in diminishing noise, in architectural rooms such as churches and those simlair, the room construction promotes echo and reverberation and sustains noise and speech longer than typical. All Noise Control suggested it’s populer acoustic wall panel the ANC-3000 product.
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
The term “noise control” refers to both active and passive methods of mitigating unwanted sound in the environment. There are a number of reasons why noise control is an important consideration in both business and private settings, including personal well-being, environmental concerns and legislative issues. However, before proper noise control solutions can be implemented, it is first necessary to determine the source and the underlying causes behind its existence. Once this has been determined, it is then possible to establish an appropriate means of circumventing further problems.