Soundproofing affects sound in two different ways: noise reduction and noise absorption. Noise reduction simply blocks the passage of sound waves through the use of distance and intervening objects in the sound path.

Soundproofing is any means of reducing the sound pressure with respect to a specified sound source and receptor. There are several basic approaches to reducing sound: increasing the distance between source and receiver, using noise barriers to block or absorb the energy of the sound waves, using damping structures such as sound baffles, or using active anti-noise sound generators.

Soundproofing affects sound in two different ways: noise reduction and noise absorption. Noise reduction simply blocks the passage of sound waves through the use of distance and intervening objects in the sound path.

Noise absorption operates by transforming the sound wave. Noise absorption involves suppressing echoes, reverberation, resonance and reflection. The damping characteristics of the materials it is made out of are important in noise absorption. The wetness or moisture level in a medium can also reflect sound waves, significantly reducing and distorting the sound traveling through it, making moisture an important factor in soundproofing.

Soundproofing Materials

Looking for soundproofing materials, advice and resources? You’ve come to the right place. Soundproofing Noise Control is your ultimate soundproofing solution. We have a full range of soundproofing materials to fit any need at the lowest prices. No matter what your sound proofing requirements involve, we can help you get the best possible results.

We carry all industry standard sound proofing materials as well as hard to find sound proofing materials such as stud and joint isolators, dBA sound absorption panels and much, much more. Why spend time looking through multiple websites with limited selection when you can find all the sound proofing materials you will ever need at All Noise Control?

Contact our soundproofing experts for advice on which products will work best for your situation or look through our extensive selection of soundproofing resources that will answer some of the most commonly asked questions. Whether you are building a studio, constructing a recording booth or simply trying to eliminate outside noise, we have the professional products and experience in the sound proofing field that will help you complete your next project.

Within the industrial markets noise barrier controls are a completely necessary acoustic material in battling noise control and noise safety issues.

Do you need to solve any of these issues?

•Equipment Noise
•Meeting OSHA & Worker Safety noise requirements
•Industrial HVAC/Piping Noise
•Heavy Construction Noise
•Generator Noise & Vibration
•Water Plant & Treatment Facility noise (generators, piping)

Industrial noise is a global, large scale problem effecting our environment and safety of the community. Not only meeting legal requirements let alone providing your workers and the surrounding community with effective noise mitigation solutions are critical. Solving your Industrial Noise Control problem with our industrial barriers can be a complex task, which ALL Noise Control can simplify for you.

Mass Loaded Barricade Noise Barrier (Vinyl Sound Barrier)

This noise barrier is the ultimate in noise control materials. This can be used pre or post construction and takes over the original “lead” material as a leading noise barrier. Available in 1 lb. or 2 lb. rolls with STC of 27 (1lb ) & 32 (2lb).
Learn more about our Mass Loaded Barricade Noise Barrier material.

Acoustic Blanket & Sound Curtain Noise Barriers

Versatile, incredibly effective and simple to install. Custom room enclosures or equipment enclosures can be built from our acoustic soundproofing blanket material as well as hang grommets or Velcro to fasten to any ceiling, wall or surface. These durable blankets come in portable screens, door panels, custom sizes and more for massive/large scale industrial & heavy construction or environmental/community noise barrier applications. Reusable, durable and cost-effective. Standard industrial gray or now with fabric color options for aesthetics.
Learn more about our Acoustic Blankets & Sound Curtains.

Barricade Ceiling Tile Noise Barrier

Massive amounts of noise travels through ceilings, especially the hardware which fastens the ceiling such as hanging grids or steel beams etc. Our Soundproof Ceiling Tile Noise Barrier lays above an existing ceiling and is composed of melamine foam, mass loaded vinyl barrier with aluminized mylar facing. Class 1 Fire Rated product.
Visit our Ceiling Tile Noise Barrier page for information and usage diagram.

Noise Barrier Composites

Noise Barrier Composites and Foam Composites are another ideal noise blocking material. These are available in ¼” to 2″, in sheets / rolls, and can be used to soundproof any wall, ceiling or any opening excellent for use inside a machine enclosure, or any industrial equipment.

Learn more about all the Noise Barrier Composite materials & configurations here.

Noise Barrier Wrap

All industrial facilities and soundproof

noise barrier needs include noisy pipes and duct work Our Noise Barrier Wrap is an ideal acoustical wrap barrier delivering STC ratings of 26 to 30. Incredibly easy and cost effective to install makes it a simple decision to implement this into your noise barrier control plan in reducing industrial noise.

Visit our Noise Barrier Wrap for uses, sizes and options on solving your noisy pipes & duct work

The Soundproofing & Noise Control Specialist

Who are we and why call us? Noise Control & Soundproofing Solutions by All Noise Control are comprised of premium acoustic products that encompass materials that deal with noise control problems through noise absorption materials and noise barrier materials. We are manufacturers & major suppliers of various noise reduction and acoustic materials used for soundproofing, sound dampening, sound deadening, sound insulation & noise control purposes in multiple applications.

All Noise Control offers superior soundproofing & noise control materials at a competitive price. We look for your valued and repeat business in the following markets and more where noise reduction and noise control are needed.

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Acoustics is the study of sound and how it behaves in various environments.

Acoustics is the study of 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, but 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 anti-noise 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 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 they are also excellent in appearance. Soundproofing materials add an aesthetic touch to your place of work, not to mention that they are fire rated.

For more related subjects about Soundproofing or for more resources regarding Office Noise Control please review www.allnoisecontrol.com.

Are Noise Control Products a Solution for Background Noise in Schools?

Acoustics deals with the study of sound that is of mechanical waves in liquids, gases and solids. The term ‘acoustic’ comes from ancient Greek and it refers to the ability of being heard. Acoustics studies the sound from production and control, through transmission and to reception and effects. The initial studies focused on mechanical vibrations and their radiations through mechanical waves. These studies are still continuing in the present. Waves and sound involve physical processes, which, in their turn, have various aspects that researchers are trying to focus on at the moment.

What is now a science – acoustics- has been discovering through trial and, more often than not, error and this process took hundreds of years. Studying sound waves, scientists have found physical principles which they can now apply to the study of all types of waves. The sound waves physical processes are under analysis as to how they could be applied in modern life.

When referring to acoustic noise, most people mean a sound of greater volume than the usual. In fact, anything that disturbs a certain environment may be considered noisy, such as the loud music played by your neighbors or the sound of an aircraft. Even conversation of people may constitute noise to other people who do not take part in them. The worst effect of such noises takes place when they prevent certain people from receiving the messages that are transmitted to them. One clear example is the classroom, where noise control should be a priority.

The students’ ability to hear verbal information is often reduced because most classrooms have poor acoustics which allow background noise inside. Such background noises can either come from outside the school, such as traffic or the playground, or from inside the school, from the hallway, lunchroom or gym. These problems could affect young school children in what their reading or spelling skills are concerned. School facilities situated in areas affected by powerful noises such as those of aircrafts and traffic should be primarily focused on. In such situations effective instruction in the classroom can only be obtained through acoustic noise control. Solutions to reducing background noise are numerous, but the teacher can’t always amplify his/her voice, carpeting or drapes are not as efficient as expected, and it’s not always possible to reduce background noise even if intended. Under the circumstances, sound absorption seems to be the best solution.

The teacher –student communication is the basis for productivity in learning. But in situations when this communication is not functioning at its best because of reverberation level and background noise within the classroom, the productivity is affected. If noise is a problem within the classroom, the best solution is the use of noise control and sound absorption products. All these products are fire rated. Many noise control products are cost effective because they are made of recycled materials and thermally bonded. Moreover, noise control and sound absorption products are strong and durable, water resistant, easy to assemble, non-corrosive, and they come in a wide choice of colors. Such noise control products may even be graffiti resistant.

The bottom line is that if your school has noise problems, you should resort to noise control products which will provide the best solution to your problems, as well as significantly improve the quality of the education process.

For more related subjects about Noise Control or for more resources regarding Sound Absorption please review http://www.allnoisecontrol.com

Nissan Dealership contacted All Noise Control for a product that reduces sound from transmitting through walls, floors, and ceiling.

Nissan Dealership

Nissan made up of a richly diverse group of people, as reflected in the company’s leadership team and the numerous corporate outreach programs in which they participate in the community. Together, they have what it takes to build cars and trucks with the power to change both the way we view the world and the way we move in it.

All Noise Control

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. They are sure that with our variety of acoustical materials, in multiple colors, shape and size options tailored to fit your needs.

Challenge:

Nissan Dealership contacted All Noise Control; they need to find a product that reduces sound from transmitting through walls, floors, and ceiling. It has also to lower noise problems within existing spaces. Nissan Dealership felt 100% confident that their decision to use All Noise Control was the right decision.

Goal:

The main goal for All Noise Control was to find the ideal product for Nissan Dealership. That consists with their request, reduces sound from transmitting through walls, floors, and ceiling. It has also to correct noise problems in existing spaces.

Solution:

All Noise Control explain to Nissan Dealership that they had a product that could do the job. The product is the Acoustical Vinyl Sound Barrier. This product has a high-density thin, weighted barrier, constructed of non-reinforced high temperature fused vinyl with no lead filters. Weighs one pound per square foot and is 1/8″ thick. 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. Also available in a reinforced version designed to sustain its own vertical weight for suspension
Success:
Our Client, Nissan Dealership order that product and install the product, the result of the product were amazing, they were very pleased with the results. The Acoustical Vinyl Sound Barrier was the ideal product.
Once you have had a chance to visit this site, contact All Noise Control. Our consultants are trained 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 designed it with specific products for specific problems in their respective areas.

All Noise Control welcomes you to visit us at http://www.allnoisecontrol.com or you can contact us at 561-964-9360 for more information, Thank you!

Acoustic Fabrics, an Aesthetic Addition to Controlling Commercial Noise

Acoustic fabrics are simply versatile, easy to retrofit, cost-effective with outstanding noise absorption qualities

Acoustic Fabrics

Our acoustic fabrics can be wrapped on acoustic board and other panel materials like other fabrics you may find in the acoustic market. However, ours is developed to also uniquely be fitted to any solid wall and still achieve outstanding NRC values.

The clear advantages of ANC acoustic fabric are its simple easy, installation and ability to retrofit in virtually any existing commercial space as well as it is inexpensive. Where speech intelligibility is critical, this fabric is an excellent choice for any conference room, classroom, commercial or office space.

Acoustic Fabrics
ANC acoustic fabrics offer unmatched fade resistance and will offer lifetime of acoustical benefits.
Call us today at 561-585-4703 for details and ordering information.
Benefits & Features

An outstanding noise absorption material ANC acoustic fabric is:
An Aesthetic Dimensional fabric
Offers Unmatched Fade Resistance
Is Fire/Smoke Retardant
Class A/ASTM E-84
Lightweight: 23 oz./ lin. yd.
Durable, Composed of Fossfibreâ„¢ 100% Solution Dyed Polyester
Backing Made of Fusible Clear Latex

November 29, 2007

All Noise Control
6802 Lake Worth Rd 323
Lake Worth, FL 33467

RE: INSTALLATION OF SOUND CHANNELS-2 ACOUSTICAL FABRIC

The attached installation instructions and guidelines should be thoroughly reviewed before installing this product.

The appearance of the finished installation will depend on several factors. A few that should be mentioned are whether or not the installation instructions were followed; the condition of the wall surface to which the fabric is applied; the type of adhesive that was used and the lighting in the room.

It is very important to follow the installation instructions closely in order to insure a satisfactory appearance of the finished wall.

We hope you find this information helpful. Best Regards,

All Noise Control

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MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
Structured acoustical wall covering, made with face fibers of Polyester, will stay attractive and serviceable with regular vacuuming. Most spots and stains will disappear when treated with mild detergent or cleaning solvent.

MATERIAL
Carefully inspect all shipments. Check and examine material. We cannot be responsible for any imperfections after goods are cut. Before cutting, be sure the pattern and color and satisfactory. Purchaser assumes all responsibility for goods after cutting. No claims will be allowed for labor. All returns must have prior Return Authorization Number and are subject to a 25% restocking charge. All requests for returns must be made within thirty (30) days of ship date.

WALLS
Walls are to be structurally sound and free of dirt, grease, and markings. All markings which cannot easily be removed should be sealed so that ”bleeding” through the wall covering shall not occur. Although it is not necessary for the installation of wall carpet, sealed walls, especially on newly installed drywall, could facilitate future removal of wall covering and lessen damage to walls.

INSTALLATION
Cut material to desired lengths, allowing for top and bottom trimming. Apply a premixed heavy duty adhesive directly to the wall, allowing it to dry to its maximum stack ability without it being overly dry. (IMPORTANT!!! ADHESIVE IS READY MIXED AND SHOULD BE USED AS IT COMES OUT OF THE CAN. DO NOT MIX WITH WATER AND DO NOT PASTE THE BACK OF THE ALLCOVERING). This material is not factory trimmed. It is necessary for the paperhanger to cut a straight edge. All edges must be butt joined. WALLCARPET SHOU LD BE HUNG STRAIGHT UP…DO NOT
ALTERNATELY REVERSE STRIPS…Apply a second coat of undiluted adhesive to the wall, allowing it to dry to its maximum tack ability without it being overly dry. Be careful not to get adhesive onto the face of the wall covering, as it cannot readily be removed. Should adhesive get onto the face, it is best to allow it to dry and flake it off with a stiff brush. Do not attempt to wash affected areas, as this will only serve to dilute the adhesive and spread it over a wider area Install three strips and inspect all for color, uniformity, and correctness of application. If satisfactory, proceed with work as work proceeds, small areas (3 strips) should be inspected so that there are no more than 3 strips in question at any time. If anything goes wrong, STOP WORK IMMEDIATELY and contact your nearest representative for inspection. All seams shall be vertical and only full widths of material should be applied for the most satisfactory installation. Headers over doors may cause shading. All seams shall be at least 6 inches away from inside or outside comers.

Adhesive should have low water base and dry clear or translucent. Room temperature should remain stable at about 65 degrees F- 85 degrees F and be well ventilated before, during and up to 72 hours of the installation. High humidity will extend curing time and may cause Sound Channels to ruffle. Apply adhesive with a 1/16” v-notched trowel at a 45 degree angle. Allow adhesive to tack up before applying the Sound Channels. Rollout Sound Channels with a 1/4” roller. Trim edges with wall covering back cutter or under cutter to true pattern repeat. You may want to tack a few small nails or staples at the top of the fabric to prevent any sliding.

For best results, it is recommended that a qualified textile installer be employed.

Guide to Cleaning Sound Channels 2 Acoustical Fabrics

1brough installation procedures, or consumer use, fabric may become contaminated and require spot cleaning from time to time. The following information is provided as a guideline for the care and cleaning of acoustical fabric made from Polyester fibers. Because this material is made from synthetic fibers, it cleans very well with virtually no damage to the color or construction itself. Most commercially available Carpet and Upholstery cleaners will do an excellent job removing stains. From time to time, additional cleaning methods may need to be employed to remove stubborn or difficult stains.

General

As with any stain or contamination, the quick response is the best, especially when done in conjunction with the proper cleaner for the type of stain. Important: make sure you have selected the right cleaning agent from the list below before you begin the cleaning process. The categories of stains listed below are based on
1) Stains acquired during OEM manufacture and 2) acquired by consumer/end-user following installation of
Fabric.

OEM Fabrication Incidents: Type o(Stain

Oil
Adhesive (water based) Adhesive (solvent based) Felt Tip Marker (indelible) Ink (ball point indelible) Pencil (graphite lead) Chalk
Paint (latex)
Paint (oil) Stains (latex) Stains (oil)
Tar/Asphalt K-1

Cleaning Agent

High strength detergent detergent
mineral spirits detergent
dry clean
detergent detergent
high strength detergent
Solvents/mineral spirits high strength detergent solvents/mineral spirits
Kerosene/solvents

How to Remove

Soak-blot dry
Scrub-rinse-blot dry soak-blot dry
Scrub-rinse-blot dry
Solvent soak-blot dry scrub-rinse-blot dry scrub-rinse-blot dry scrub-rinse-blot dry soak-blot dry
Scrub-rinse-blot dry
Soak-blot dry soak-blot dry

Note: In many cases listed above, repeated steps may be required to fully extract the contaminant from the material. Use solvent type cleaners in a well-ventilated area.

Note: Always check to see that the cleaner will not cause damage to material or fabric, by testing on a small area out of sight.

Consumer/End User Incidents:
Tvpe o(Stain Cleaning Agent

How to Remove

Mustard Ketchup* Coffee* Chocolate* Tea*
Chewing Gum Oil high strength Grease Tar/Asphalt
Wax
Rust Dirt* Lipstick Nail Polish
Shoe Polish Crayon Vomit* Urine* Blood*
Excrement*

dry clean solvent
high strength detergent high strength detergent detergent
high strength detergent dry clean solvent detergent
High strength detergent/ degreaser
K-1 kerosene/thinner detergent
Rust remover detergent
Dry clean solvent dry clean solvent dry clean solvent
High strength detergent
High strength detergent high strength detergent high strength detergent
High strength detergent

Scrub-soak-blot dry scrub-rinse-blot dry scrub-rinse-blot dry scrub-rinse-blot dry. Scrub-rinse-blot dry scrub-soak-blot dry scrub-soak-blot dry scrub-soak-blot dry scrub-soak-blot dry
Hot iron-on detergent-soaked towel or cloth
Soak-rinse-blot dry scrub-rinse-blot dry soak-blot dry
Soak-blot dry soak-blot dry
Scrub-rinse-blot dry
Scrub-rinse-blot dry-deodorize with vinegar scrub-rinse-blot dry-deodorize with vinegar scrub-rinse-blot dry
Scrub-rinse-blot dry-deodorize with vinegar

Note: In many cases listed above, repeated steps may be required to fully extract contaminant from material. Items listed above with(*) may also be removed through steam extraction method by a professional cleaner or service.

Note: Always check to see that the cleaner used will not cause damage to the material or fabric, by testing on an area out of sight.

Important: The recommendations made above are done in good faith and are based on a history of actual experiences and laboratory evaluations. Acoustics First Corporation does not warrant, either expressed or implied, the effectiveness of the cleaning agents listed and the process for cleaning, described above.

Syncro Corporation contacted All Noise Control and after discussing their application All Noise Control provided, Syncro Corporation with a solution, that would help them soundproof, by suggesting using soundproofing blankets – ANC-AB12

Client: Syncro Corporation

Syncro Corporation is a privately held manufacturing and systems integration company with corporate headquarters located in the North Alabama region just minutes away from Huntsville, Alabama. Huntsville, Alabama has been recognized nationally for its highly skilled worked force and contributions in the fields of research, development, manufacturing, and logistics. The level of skilled workforce and close proximity to Redstone Arsenal, home to the Army Aviation and Missile Command, NASA, and to the second largest research park in the United States offers Syncro customers a distinct advantage. Syncro has expanded its EMS capabilities into various markets including medical, industrial, utilities, transportation, technology, and military markets. Syncro Corporation offers more than 70 years of experience in product research and development, management, and post manufacturing support.

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. They are sure that with our variety of acoustical materials, in multiple colors, shape and size options tailored to fit your needs.
Syncro Corporation contacted All Noise Control and after discussing their application All Noise Control provided, Syncro Corporation with a solution, that would help them soundproof, by suggesting using the acoustical, ANC-AB12 This product has the benefit of both soundproofing and noise barriers. All Noise Control’s ANC-AB12 consists of a non-reinforced 1-lb per square foot loaded vinyl noise barrier sandwiched between two layers of vinyl-coated fiberglass-cloth faced 1” quilted fiberglass sound absorbers.

Curtain panels with grommets across the top, hooked and loop fasteners along the vertical edges
Rolls are available in 4’ wide x 25’ long and can be supplied with edges bound or unbound
Class A (or1) flammability rated per ASTM E84
Available colors: gray, white, black and tan

The applications typically used includes curtain panels in acoustical curtains enclosures also used to separate walls or divide partitions between noise sources, commonly used to line the perimeter walls of a building, or as a free-hanging noise barrier/sound absorber wall.

Our Client, Syncro Corporation order that product and install the product, the result of the product were amazing, they were very pleased with the results.
All Noise Control welcomes you to visit us at http://www.allnoisecontrol.com or you can contact us at 561-964-9360 for more information, Thank you!
Once you have had a chance to visit this site, contact All Noise Control. Our consultants are trained 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 designed it with specific products for specific problems in their respective areas.

Press Release: White Noise Sound Masking Desktop Unit

All Noise Control, Sound Absorption product experts in Florida, announces the launch of their new White Noise Sound Masking Desktop Unit.
The All Noise Control White Noise Sound Masking Desktop Unit is the most sophisticated unit of its kind for providing speech privacy in home offices, small waiting areas and for locations where it is difficult to install sound masking in the ceiling or plenum. It helps create speech privacy by generating a comfortable background sound. The Desktop Sound Masking Unit consists of an individual self-contained noise generator, audio amplifier, loudspeaker, and power supply unit in a white damped metal enclosure. It is powered by an internal transformer with a 120 VAC plug (Plug-in can be configured for international use). Adjustments can be made by a small screwdriver (provided), to the contour and volume control.

The Desktop Sound Masking Unit can uniquely be adjusted to suit a variety of room conditions by adjusting the amplitude and spectra shapes. This adjustment can be in increments of +/- ½ dB. In addition, the system has the adjustment capability to provide the most unobtrusive sound while obtaining the maximum speech privacy that meets ASTM E-1130 standards for speech privacy and sound uniformity. The spectrum shape adjustment ranges from 1 dB at 125 Hz to 20 dB at 8,000 Hz (typical). Range of sound level: 41-86 dBA.

About All Noise Control

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.

Once you have had a chance to visit this site, contact All Noise Control. Our consultants trained 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. They have designed them with specific products for specific problems in their respective areas.

Contact us at 561-964-9360 or visit the webpage at http://www.allnoisecontrol.com