Modular acoustic material wall panel systems are often designed to enclose problem noise sources such as blowers, pumps, compressors, and punch presses. Control Rooms are designed to protect workers from a noise source that may be too large to enclose.
Flexible quilted sound absorbing barrier curtains can be installed in a fixed position or on sliding tracks. Sound Control curtains are typically a less expensive alternate that will help to reduce noise.
Sound absorbing acoustic foams are a cost effective way to eliminate the reverberation or echo in a space that raises the noise levels and negatively impacts the acoustic environment. Fabric wrapped acoustical panels offer a more aesthetically pleasing architecturally finished product to reduce noise.
Structure borne vibration can create noise and vibration problems. Spring isolators, air bag systems, and simple neoprene pads are some of the products we provide to solve the problem.
Anechoic Chambers and Reverberation Rooms are designed to create a specific acoustic environment for product testing. Low ambient noise levels, specific cut-off frequencies, and total isolation from the host building are some of our design considerations.
These security and SCIF rooms combine industry-related, laboratory tested and proven in-field performance with contemporary aesthetics that offer the look and feel of traditional construction within modular units.
Metal acoustic panels or flexible sound control curtains can be used to create noise barriers between two areas. Barrier walls can often reduce noise levels by as much as 20 dB-A or more.
High performance acoustically rated sound doors are designed to stop noise. Fire and blast rated doors up to STC 64.
Silencers are designed to remove fan and blower noise from the airstream. Exhaust stacks, engine generators, and HVAC systems are typical applications.
Custom fit, removable, and reusable blanket insulation designed for process piping, machinery, and is widely used with Trane compressors.
Sound conditioning environments designed and engineered for high in-field noise reduction. School & University music practice rooms, recording studio design and sound studios in radio and television are among the typical applications.
Modular in-plant office systems are an economical way to add needed office space to any facility. Offices can be placed on the shop floor, stacked two high or placed on a forkliftable base to allow for easy moving. Free standing pre-engineered mezzanines are a great way to gain extra floor space for storage, offices, and break rooms. Code compliance is guaranteed and the mezzanines carry a lifetime warranty.