acoustic shielding

acoustic shielding

[ə′küs·tik ′shēld·iŋ]
(acoustics)
A sound barrier that prevents the transmission of acoustic energy.
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Delivery and installation of: approximately 100 jobs with containers, cabinets, acoustic shielding, conference furniture, visitor chairs in the waiting area.
The company started as a toolmaker but turned to design and fabrication of heat shields and blast protection panels for offshore platforms, and more recently expanded into a number of areas including modular control rooms and living quarters, acoustic shielding, enclosures and ventilation systems.
Even at Elite Crystal Hotel and at Klub 360i, we have ensured the same strict compliance and again assure you that the nightclub interiors are not visible from the road level, or even from the lobby, and the acoustic shielding we have invested in ensures minimal noise levels.
But it moved into a market leading role in the oil and gas, nuclear and power industries, and has extended its core products and services to include the design, fabrication and erection of modularised control rooms and living quarters, as well as specialist sound-mitigation products such as acoustic shielding, enclosures, inlet and ventilation systems, and exhaust systems for turbines/gas compressors and the like.
Its low production cost and flexible physical properties make it ideal for use in a wide range of applications, including thermal energy and heat transfer management, electromagnetic interference and acoustic shielding, and batteries and fuel cell components.
One of Foreman's main tasks on the trip was to record and compare background levels outside and inside the acoustic shielding device that protects ALFID from external noise.
In the automotive market, silicone foam-coated fabrics are being considered for their thermal and acoustic shielding properties.
Finally, its environmental instrument enclosure provides optimal thermal and acoustic shielding reducing installation and operating requirements.
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