All Noise Control, soundproofing product experts in Florida, announces the launch of their new Soundproofing Acoustical Ceiling Baffles.

All Noise Control, soundproofing product experts in Florida, announces the launch of their new Soundproofing Acoustical Ceiling Baffles.

All Noise Control, soundproofing Acoustical Ceiling Baffles, in any shared environment, Ceiling Baffles can create a warm, colorful atmosphere while providing the maximum in acoustical control. Fewer distractions in open offices or institutional settings, greater privacy in restaurants or hospitals can all be achieve easily with Baffles that incorporate state-of-the-art technology and artisan ship.

Baffles are a perfect solution to tie together an overall design theme, or to make a high, stark ceiling seem lower and more inviting. The Acoustical Ceiling Baffles complete range of fabrics, vinyl’s, and colors offered for the Ceiling Baffles, allowing designers to literally surround an environment with a design concept or through color coordination, divide departmental functions. In addition, like all Acoustical Noise Reduction Systems, the Ceiling Baffles are lightweight for easy installation. Quick adjustments are all that are necessary to move the Baffles from place to place, when the need presents itself. Offer maximum sound control and noise reduction using a combination of sound absorption and noise barrier material. The goal for All Noise Control is to inform customers that these soundproofing blankets are useful in many industrial, commercial, and original equipment manufacturer noise application.

All Noise Control Acoustical Ceiling Baffles Before being fabric wrapped, all Baffles come with a 1”, or 2″ core of fiberglass, which reinforced with extruded polyvinyl chloride (PVC) frames that is install for a fine detailed and damage resistant edge. Each 1″ Baffle weighs 1/2 lb per square foot.

All Noise Control most popular and flagship product is our ANC-600. The premium ANC-600 ceiling baffles from All Noise Control are a superior product solving any reverberation problems. It is ideal for applications, which require baffles that have a “crisp” corner and a finished face. This makes our ANC-600 ceiling baffles have an aesthetic finished look as well as superior noise control and sound absorption properties. The ANC-600 ceiling baffle is 1 ½ ” thick in standard 2’x4′ sizes. They are available up to 4’x8′ for larger applications.

With growing demand for privacy option offices, All Noise Control hopes their soundproofing product will create a dialogue and bring noise control options closer to consumer’s fingertips.

About All Noise Control

All Noise Control supplies & custom manufacturers a wide variety of cost effective, high performance acoustical products for noise control in commercial, industrial, institutional markets as well as other specific markets like Houses of Worship.

We have been front-runners in delivering specialized noise control materials solving virtually any noise control issue. Be it improved acoustics for theater, broadcasting & audio or churches or blocking noise in industrial plants, heavy construction sites, outdoor large scale applications and others to many to list.

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All Noise Control, Sound Damping product experts in Florida, announces the launch of their new sound damping vibration-damping sheets

All Noise Control, Sound Damping product experts in Florida, announces the launch of their new sound damping vibration-damping sheets.

All Noise Control, sound damping vibration-damping sheet, offers maximum sound control and noise reduction using a combination of sound absorption and noise barrier material. The goal for All Noise Control is to inform customers that the sound damping vibration-damping sheets include metal partitions, ducts, transportation industry, and office machines as well as numerous architectural applications.

All Noise Control Sound damp E asphalt based vibration damping sheets are sheets that offer high acoustic loss factors are non-hazardous, non-toxic, and resistant to water and mineral oils. Standard applications include ventilation ducts, hoppers, machine guards, boats, buses, air compressors, and generator enclosures.

All Noise Control Sound damp E asphalt based vibration-damping sheets has the same absorption qualities, but does not have the vinyl barrier material sewn in. This creates a lighter, more flexible blanket for conditions where that is required.

Sound damping sheets used for sound and vibration control on metal panels, it is odorless, wear-resistant, and impregnated to prevent the absorption of water. Both damping sheet and adhesive can with stand temperatures between –30 C and +120 C (-22 F to +248 F) and are highly resistant to aging.

With growing demand for privacy option offices, All Noise Control hopes their sound damping product will create a dialogue and bring noise control options closer to consumer’s fingertips.

About All Noise Control

All Noise Control supplies & custom manufacturers a wide variety of cost effective, high performance acoustical products for noise control in commercial, industrial, institutional markets as well as other specific markets like Houses of Worship.

We have been front-runners in delivering specialized noise control materials solving virtually any noise control issue. Be it improved acoustics for theater, broadcasting & audio or churches or blocking noise in industrial plants, heavy construction sites, outdoor large scale applications and others to many to list.

Acoustic Wall Panel Noise Control Barrier

Acoustic Wall Panel Noise Control Barrier
All Noise Control Wall Panels are the ideal solution for spaces with reverberant noise problems. Our wall panels can be installed for a variety of applications.

What do All Noise Control Acoustical Wall Panels Do?

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

Why Choose All Noise Control Acoustical Wall Panels?

1. Our panels are Class A FIRE RATED per ASTM E-84
2. Light weight easy to install on walls or ceiling applications
3. Available in 1” and 2” thickness
4. Sizes from 2’ X 2’ to 4’ X 10’ and custom sizes all available
5. Hardened Wrapped Edge

All Noise Control Wall Panel Models Available:

ANC-3000 Standard Panels: view details
ANC-3100 High Impact Panels: view details
ANC-3500 Stop Noise Panels: view details
ANC-PK3000 -Partition Kits for ANC-3000 Acoustic Noise Panels: view details

Acoustics studies the sound and how it behaves in various environments

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.

When speaking of sounds, most people think of the vibrations in any type of medium, which can cause the sensation of hearing. Any unwanted sound is perceived as a noise. The term is definitely subjective, since what is music for one person can very well be noise for another. When such unwanted sounds are excessive, their effects can be destructive, which is now known by the name of noise pollution. Adverse noise effects fall into three categories, physiological, psychological and communicational. Unfortunately, there aren’t any known and adopted remedies for the last two categories. Noise pollution is a complex problem and surveys show a disturbing fact, that noise levels are continually rising in cities.

As far as the sounds inside buildings go, we can speak about two main ways of transmission. Firstly, the sound emanated from either human activity or mechanical noise inside the building travels airborne through walls, ceiling or floor. Sounds from human activity include loud voice or amplified systems. Mechanical noise refers to the sounds produced by elevators, generators, air conditioning systems and so on. Secondly, interior sound can be transmitted not through air, but through the building itself. The former is easier to abate than the latter through wall or ceiling assemblies which meet certain established performance standards.

Statistics say that millions of employees are exposed to noise in the office, and therefore are subjected to all the risks that come along. Work-related stress and accidents which occur because of masked warning signals are just two of them, not to mention the lack of productivity and efficiency on the part of the office workers. Noise represents a safety issue, butt also a productivity issue for the employees. The office should be a quiet place to work and an office with good acoustics will provide the employees with the ability to concentrate and not be distracted. Reducing the intensity of sounds is called soundproofing. Soundproofing can be accomplished in a variety of ways. The distance between the source and the receiver could be increased, sound wave energy could be blocked or absorbed by means of noise barriers, sound baffles could be used as damping structures, or antinoise generators could be activated. With soundproofing, noise can be affected in two ways: it can be either reduced or absorbed. Noise reduction implies blocking the sound wave passage with intervening objects. The absorption of noise refers to echoes and reverberation being suppressed.

The office environment is a place for many acoustic challenges. If sound levels in the office affect efficiency and productivity, the good news is that there are solutions for office noise control. There are many soundproofing materials which improve the sound quality within the room and eliminate the transfer of sound from one room to another. Office noise control is a must for a quiet environments in which employees can concentrate and be efficient in their work. Soundproofing materials play an important part in office noise control, since other methods have failed to show efficiency. Not only are soundproofing materials a useful barrier in blocking noise, but there are also excellent in appearance. Soundproofing materials add an aesthetical touch to your place of work, not to mention that they are fire rated.

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All Noise Control “ANC-AB12 INDUSTRIAL PRODUCT

It was getting pretty hot at the Port-land, Maine Museum of Art. Director ofFacilities, Kevin Eames, decided that the best way to improve the efficiency of themuseum’s air conditioning system wouldbe to install a new rotary screw chiller.The problem was that it had to be placedin the same location as the older, quieterunit, a maintenance workshop spacemeasuring about 15’ x 40’. Unfortunately, it would also be adjacent to one of themuseum’s display areas. Kevin’s concern was that the higher noise levels generated by the new Carrier chiller would disturb visitors in the display viewing area. He was also worried that he would lose the effective use of the remaining workshop space–more than 400 square feet. Another consideration was the heat generated by the unit itself. Would it overheat the entire work room, making it impossible to work in?

He called NEVA Associates, a noise-control manufacturer’s rep firm located in Newburyport, Massachusetts. Bill Veazey of NEVA Associates recommended an acoustical curtain enclosure as the most cost-effective way to reduce the noise. He knew that All Noise Control’s acoustical curtain enclosure design would provide:accessibility, sufficient air flow forventilation, and most important, the noise reduction necessary to allow for Enjoyment of the museum’s displays.Kevin was delighted to learn that this kind of acoustical treatment could be fittedaround the equipment to allow for use ofthe rest of the space. His work roomwould be intact.

As soon as the chiller was installed,NEVA Associates took sound-level read-ings. Generally, the levels were 93 dB(A) with the dominate disturbing frequenciesat 250,500 and 1,000 hz. NEVA Asso-ciates selected All Noise ControlANC-AB12 to provide the required soundattenuation as well as random soundabsorption within the concrete-surfaced workroom.

ANC-AB-12 is a combination of a quilted fiberglass sound-absorption material with a loaded vinyl noise barrier septum. It is fabricated into modular acoustical curtain panels with grommets at the top, and hook and loop fasteners along each edge. Individual panels are joined together to form any configuration necessary. After the enclosure was constructed, NEVA Associates again took sound-level readings. The results were more than satisfactory.

1. The acoustical curtain enclosurebrought the work space noise levelsdown to 73 dB (A) – a reduction of 20dB(A). According to Kevin, it is nowquieter than it was when the oldchiller was operating!

2. The All Noise Control vent baffles were placed to duct air over the hotspots, thus causing the chiller to beproperly cooled, and the work space to be at normal temperatures.

3. The noise of the chiller in themuseum viewing area is lost in theambient background levels of the low50’s.

We were very pleased with theresults almost as much as Kevin Eamesand all the patrons of the Portland Museum of Art

Noisy Gym Transformed into Sound Lecture Hall?

The University of Appalachia / Pharmacy School had typical needs like other institutions… budget concerns and to make the most of existing space. The challenge of turning a noisy gym into a sound lecture hall for a true
multi-purpose space.

Noise Control Challenge

Multi-purpose spaces.. wonderful spaces that often give schools and colleges alot more space and function, most importantly cost-eectively solving budget and/or space restraints. University of Appalachia was no different in the need for more room. Thei gymansium if handled properly could house large audiences and serve as a lecture hall. However like all gymnasiums.. the large space, hard refective surfaces are perfect environment for echo and loud reverberation problems.

All Noise Control immediately understood the task at hand and the problems that came with it. Offering a simple, solid solution would fit within their budget and provide a product with little interruption and quick installation. The ANC-600 Ceiling Baffes are perfect for any echo and reverberation problem… especially those in gymnasiums and large spaces. They are installed in the ceiling and do a fantastic job of absorbing the renegade sound waves that great the reverberation. The Class A fire-rated lightweight panels were also a safe solution the University. The baffles come in a variety of colors in PVC and Fabric covering and can acheive an aesthetic look with their nished look. There simply is no better product to hang from the ceilings which absorbs sound waves as the ANC-600. With thickness of 1” or 2” the NRC rating range can be anywhere from .90 to 1.15

The panels are installed approx 30” apart over the entire reverberant area and can result in an astounding 4 to 12 decibel reduction in general noise.

Noise Control Solution Results

The result was a pleasing, cost-eective sound absorption product which reduced noise considerably allowing the gymnasium to become a sound lecture hall. Bringing clarity to lecture noises and for gym events a considerable noise reduction making the gym an overall more pleasing facility. The client was happy with the resullts of this large undertaking and is pleased with the ANC-600 baffes.

What is Sound?

Sound is vibration transmitted through a medium. When we think and talk about sound, though, we mean those vibrations in air molecules that can be picked up by human ears.

Sound as a Wave

Sound energy moves the molecules within the substance through which it travels, just like ripples in a pond. Sound waves spread in a circle from the source, becoming less intense with distance.

Sound is like water. It doesn’t have a shape or form, but molds itself to its surroundings. And like water, sound can be absorbed by some materials and contained by others.

Sound waves need a medium through which to travel. There’s no sound in space, and the most common sound conductor on earth is air. But sound waves can also pass through solid materials. Which is why Soundproof Cow is in business!

How is Sound Measured?

You can look at water and see that either the surface is smooth, or it has a lot of big waves. You can even pour it into a container and measure it. Since sound doesn’t look like anything, how can you tell how “big” or “loud” it really is?

Sound is measured in two fundamental ways: frequency and amplitude, or as they are more commonly known, pitch and volume.

Frequency

Frequency, also known as pitch, is the space between waves of sound, or how many times a sound wave oscillates (moves up and down) in one second. The frequency of a sound is like the current in a body of water. The current tells you how fast the water is moving from one point to another.

Frequency is expressed in Hertz (Hz). Hertz is a measure of frequency per unit of time. For example 1 Hertz = 1 sound oscillation per second. The average person can hear sounds with frequencies between 60Hz and 23000Hz. The average cow can hear sounds with frequencies between 20Hz and 35000Hz.

A high-pitched sound is like a ripple in a pond: it’s small, has low power, moves quickly and can easily be controlled and redirected. A low-pitched sound is more like a tsunami or tidal wave: large, slow moving, strong and difficult to control or redirect.

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