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2 All building materials are acoustical - all affect how sound is reflected, absorbed or transmitted

3 Highly Reflective Material: - Concrete - Masonry - Brick - Fabric

4 Highly Absorptive Material: - fiberglass - gypsum - carpet - fiberboard - acoustic board

5 Noise Absorption Fabric A dimensional fabric that offers excellent acoustical properties, unmatched fade resistance, and a fire/smoke retardant rating. With the aesthetic appearance of wall carpet, it is lightweight and easy and inexpensive to install and is an excellent choice for offices, classrooms, conference centers -- any area where speech intelligibility is a critical factor.

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7 Ceiling Baffles Noise Control Materials for Sound Absorption best to solve any reverberation problems, in any large space.

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9 Melamine Wedges - Acoustic Material A lightweight, porous, open cell, acoustic melamine foam material designed for maximum sound absorption where a Class 1 Fire rating is a must.

10 Acoustical Wall Panels sound absorbing panels that can mount directly to walls or ceilings through a variety of adhesives, hook & loop fasteners. They are designed to stop noise control issues with their powerful sound absorbing acoustical materials. Frequently used in offices as they not only prevent noise pollution but increase speech intelligibility by reducing reverberation and echoes.

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12 Ceiling Clouds Ceiling clouds are a very effective treatment for the reduction of sound in ceiling areas. All Noise Control ceiling clouds are suspended horizontally, with our eye hook or t-grid attachment mounted to the cloud at the time of shipment.

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14 Acoustical Banners & Panel Systems for Sound Transmission Control

15 Vinyl Barrier Acoustic Material high density thin, weighted barrier, constructed of non reinforced high temperature fused vinyl with no lead filters. Apply to block transmission of sound through walls, floors, and ceilings. Also effective as a pipe and duct wrap to damper vibrations and reduce noise.

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17 Barrier Composite & Soundproofing Foam Noise Control Material ideal for noise blocking and can be used to soundproof any wall, ceiling or any opening excellent for use inside a machine enclosure, or any industrial equipment.

18 Acoustic Floor Underlayment - Rubber Based Acoustic Floor Material a rubber based floor underlayment made from recycled rubber tires. Used under laminate or engineered hardwood flooring.

19 Acoustical Wall Panel stops noise in the room where it starts and is ideal for applications where confidentiality needs to be maintained.

20 Acoustic V-Block Soundproofing Material 12"x12" square polyurethane foam panels are ideal for extreme noise sources, low bass noise, impact noise, or for anechoic sound chambers. Anechoic wedge shape design is ideal for attacking extreme low and high frequency sound.

21 Acoustic ceiling tiles

22 Pipe and Duct Wrap an insulation composite material featuring a flexible reinforced foil-faced faced loaded vinyl noise barrier bonded to a 1 thick quilted fiberglass sound absorber. It is typically used to wrap noisy pipes & ducts to block the noise that transmits through the walls of the pipe/duct as air or other contents move through it as well as to increase the sound absorption in the cavity.

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