Drummond Company contacted All Noise Control for their sound absorption needs. All Noise Control discuss with Drummond Company, Inc and came to a conclusion with what product would be best. The product that would be best would be the ANC-AB110EXT- R2. This product is a sound absorber and used for an outdoor application. Which means that it is UV resistant, and had a maximum durability.

Drummond Company, Inc

Drummond has an impressive history of developing and acquiring new sources of production, implementing new mining technology, and opening new markets for its products. The company began in 1935 with the vision of H.E. Drummond, an entrepreneur who made the decision to enter the coal business in his native Sipsey, Alabama. Upon H.E. Drummond’s death in 1956, his sons, who built upon their father’s vision for the Company, carried on the business. By the early 1970’s, Drummond entered the export coal market and quickly became an industry leader, with foreign sales offices opening shortly thereafter. A decade later, Drummond Company, Inc. undertook a sizeable capital expansion program to establish itself as the largest surface mining company in Alabama. This quickly followed by the acquisition of Alabama By-Products Corporation. Simultaneously, Drummond’s land management activities led the Company, through joint ventures, into real estate development in Florida, California, and Alabama. Recognizing that there were significant opportunities in the low-cost, low-sulfur coal reserves of Colombia, a decision was made in the late 1980’s to expand offshore and Drummond secured extensive mining rights there. Mina Pribbenow production commence in 1995. Since then, Drummond has continued to obtain the rights to additional Colombian coal reserves. El Descanso acquired in 1997 and in 2003, the Rincon Hondo, and Similoa reserve areas, also known as the Dupela project, acquired. These additional reserves, which have similar BTUs to that of Mina Pribbenow, have made Drummond one of the two largest miners of Colombian coal. This has positioned Drummond as a major long-term competitor in the international coal market, with over two billion tons of reserves positioned strategically relative to key power generation markets in Europe and the United States. H.E. Drummond’s entrepreneurial spirit, work ethic, and vision for the Company continue today in the aspirations of all Drummond employees. .

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

All Noise Control discuss with Drummond Company, Inc and came to a conclusion with what product would be best. The product that would be best would be the ANC-AB110EXT- R2. This product is a sound absorber and used for an outdoor application. Which means that it is UV resistant, and had a maximum durability.

This product is typically use as modular curtains on long – term construction or just a permanent outdoor application such as enclosing HVAC equipment. This product is two inch thick, vinyl coated polyester faced one-inch quilted fiberglass and one pound per square foot reinforced loaded vinyl barrier. This will help sound absorb.

Drummond Company, Inc was extremely thrilled with the results of the product. The ANC – AB110 EXT-R2 Sound Curtains, with this product they can now work in peaceful environment.

Once you have had a chance to visit this site, contact All Noise Control. Our consultants are train to answer any question, construct a solution to your noise pollution problem, and help you figure out the appropriate products, quantities, and installation guidelines. You may find our division websites useful. We have created them with specific products for specific problems in their respective areas.

All Noise Control welcomes you to visit our web site at www.allnoiseocntrol.com or to contact our specialist at 561-964-9360.

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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.

Church in Wymoning Quiets Sanctuary.

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 similar, the room construction promotes echo and reverberation and sustains noise and speech longer than typical. All Noise Control suggested its popular acoustic wall panel the ANC-3000 product.

While the Anc-3000 Wall panel is our standard noise absorption panel, it’s a perfect retrofit for virtually any application that is not in the path of high abuse areas. The rigid fiberglass fabric wrapped panel can be use aesthetically to absorb sound and significantly reduce and shorten the echo in rooms with substantial volume. Besides the selection of Guilford of Main colors, designer and customer specified fabrics are available for ordering.

Once the panels were easily fixed to the wall with simple hardware (impaling flips, mechanical clips, adhesives or hook and loop are available), Family Life Church received instant benefits. The echo problem was solved and speech was easier to understand.

We invite you to call All Noise Control at 561-964-9360 to discuss the noise control materials supplied to this particular middle school and are just as happy to listen to your individual needs and supply you with a customized All Noise Control Solution. You may also visit our acoustic wall panel page or specifically the ANC-3000 used in this partcular church for more information at www.allnoisecontrol.com.

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

ANC-300 wall panels can be installed in a variety of ways.

• The typical method is with impaling clips and adhesive (clips from Armstrong, adhesive by others).

• Adhesive (by others) alone may be used.

• Z-clip installation over resin-hardened spots on the back of the panels is also an option (clips from Armstrong, screws by others).

• By special request, panels may also be manufactured with kerfed edges and installed with an internal H spleen system.

 

IMPALING CLIP INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

ANC-300 wall panels with fabric wrapped edges can use impaling clips for installation. This type of installation requires the walls to be straight, flat, and solid.

Impaling clip installation can be used for both full panel and appliqué installations. Generally panels will not be cut except for service penetrations like receptacles and switches. Note: Impaling clip installation will keep the panel nominally 3/16″ off the wall. Any field cut edges should be fabric wrapped.

If a panel must be reduced in size, an edge can be fabric wrapped by cutting only the board and not the fabric, trimming the fabric to allow a 2-1/2″ flap, and wrapping the fabric over the edge and securing it to the back with adhesive or staples.

Tools and Additional Hardware

You’ll need the following tools: plumb bob, level with straight edge or a laser, tape measure, painter’s tape, screw gun, appropriate screws or fasteners to attach impaling clips to the wall, and adhesive.

Lay out the panel location on the wall. Mark the top of the final panel location on the wall using a laser or other leveling device. Make a second mark one inch higher than the first mark and also indicate the location of the sides of the panel.

Use painter’s tape for these marks.

Fasten the impaling clips to the wall using appropriate screws or fasteners for the wall (screws or fasteners provided by others). Refer to the chart below for the number of clips typically needed.

Apply beads of construction adhesive (by others) to the face of the clips. Adhesive must be compatible for use with a fiberglass substrate and metal clips.

Tilt the top edge of the panel against the wall aligning the top of the panel with the bottom of the painter’s tape and inside the side tape markings. When the panel is aligned with all of the location indicators, let the back of the panel engage the prongs on the impaling clips.

Push in and down on the panel. The panel will slide onto the prongs of the impaling clips. If the panel is not quite level, it can be adjusted slightly so that it becomes level. Prop or brace the panel level until the adhesive has set.

All Noise control introduces new line of QuietFloor underlayment product!

All Noise Control the leader in sound control products for over 15 years, proudly introduces Quiet Floor acoustical floor underlayment. QuietFloor is an innovative sound reducing underlayment for ceramic tile, natural stone and marble flooring that also acts as a crack suppressant.

QuietFloor is a synthetic cork product which will not rot, support mold or mildew, or absorb water like real cork. QuiteFloor , at 3/16″ thick, is available in 4′ x 100′ rolls, which makes for easy installation over wood or concrete floor structures. QuiteFloor underlayment has an acoustic performance equal to that of 1/2″ cork at about half the cost of cork. QuiteFloor has achieved field IIC ratings of 59, and passes TCA to light commercial rating.

For more information about QuiteFloor, or any of the products in the line of acoustical floor underlayment products from All Noise Control, please visit http://www.allnoisecontrol.com, or call toll-free 1-561-964-9360

All Noise Control provides products and services for commercial and residential applications, serving industrial, architectural, construction and original equipment manufacturing markets.

Soundproofing

Sound insulation is the process of soundproofing an enclosed space, such as a room. This type of insulating activity is usually employed when there is a need to keep sound from filtering into or out of the space. Sound insulation techniques are often used in business settings, as well as in multi-family dwellings like duplexes and apartment buildings.

In order to prevent background noise from interfering with the recording process, singers and musicians create their vocal and instrumental tracks in a soundproof recording booth. Because the booth prohibits the introduction of sounds from outside the space, there is nothing present to distort or interfere with the quality of the recording. The audio tracks containing vocal performances and the various music tracks are captured exactly as the performers hear them.

In living space, sound insulation normally involves the installation of insulation in walls, under floors and above ceilings. This can be especially important in apartment buildings and other structures where people live in close proximity. The inclusion of the insulation between apartments to the side, above, and below helps to ensure all the residents enjoy a measure of peace and quiet, even when others in the building are playing music or having a party.

In an office setting, it is not unusual for the individual offices of managers to be insulated for privacy. This makes it less likely for confidential discussions between an employee and a manager to be overheard by others working elsewhere on the floor or near the door of the manager’s office. In like manner, conference rooms are often treated to a sound insulation treatment, ensuring discussions taking place within that space are not overheard by others in the immediate vicinity.

Soundproofing insulation is a man-made material that is designed to absorb sound waves. This type of insulation is commonly installed in recording studios, meeting rooms and concert halls. The purpose of soundproofing insulation is to improve the enjoyment of the sound in the initial room through the removal of external noises, and to eliminate the traveling of the sound waves outside the room.

Soundproofing foam is a building material used to control the transmission and absorption of sound. This material can be used to achieve two distinct goals when it comes to sound control. First, it is used in homes and commercial buildings to block sound from the outdoors, keeping the interior of the space quieter for the occupants. Soundproofing foam can also be used to absorb noises in recording studios or theaters, which reduces echo and improves the quality of the sounds.

To understand how different types of soundproofing foam can be used, one must first understand how sound waves and noise levels are measured. The ability of an object to block sound is measured by its Sound Transmission Coefficient (STC) rating, which can range from 0 to 100. A wall with a STC rating of 50, for example, means that noise levels on one side of the wall are 50 decibels higher than on the other side. Sound absorption is measured using the Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC), which generally falls between 0 and 1. This number shows the amount of sound absorbed by an object, and the higher the NRC value, the more noise is absorbed

A soundproof ceiling is a ceiling that has been designed to cut down on the noise that is transferred from overhead to the area below. A soundproof ceiling is a nice addition for people who live in apartments, but, surprisingly, many people who live in private homes are also interested in soundproofing their ceilings.

A soundproof door is a door which has been designed or retrofitted to cut out as much external noise as possible. However, a soundproof door is also very dependent on a well-designed frame, or sound can leak around the edges of the frame. Unwanted noise can also filter through walls and windows, which are an important consideration for people who are attempting to soundproof a room or building.

There are a variety of situations in which a soundproof door can be useful. Musicians and recording studios rely on such doors to keep sounds from getting out, both for the comfort of the neighbors and for the benefit of other musicians and recording facilities which could be compromised by sound leakage. Soundproof doors are also used to seal noisy rooms like boiler rooms and entrances to factory floors. People can also utilize soundproof doors to keep unwanted sound out of their homes.

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

All Noise Control provided St. Mark’s Episcopal Church with a solution of angle cut ANC-3000 1″ acoustical wall panels

All Noise Control for St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
All Noise Control for St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
Acoustical wall panels provided the finishing touches on the St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Bay City, Texas. Learn how the acoustical treatment was designed to fit seamlessly with the architectural design of the space allowing visitors the best experience possible in this serene retreat of the church.

When the Savanna Franklin from St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Bay City, Texas called All Noise Control to help them solve their noise control issues for a parish hall at their church. They need to quiet the noise on both sides of their large room.

Ensuring proper acoustics was a crucial element to reducing distractions and allows visitors to connect with the natural beauty, peaceful atmosphere and the comforting hospitality that the center has become recognized for providing to its visitors.

Due to the particular pitch of the roof, All Noise Control was faced with problem that the ceiling was designed to be angled. In order to accomplish their goal, All Noise Control provided St. Mark’s Episcopal Church with a solution of angle cut ANC-3000 1″ acoustical wall panels.

After the ANC-3000 1” acoustical wall panels were installed, it dramatically reduced reverberation and felt very intimate and warm within the chapel, while at the same time allowing visitors to experience all the beauty of the natural surroundings.

The church was very satisfied with the wall panels and stated “the panels have helped immensely with our noise and echo problem. They are beautiful as well as functional”.