Acoustical materials

Acoustical materials

Sound-absorbing materials for covering walls and ceilings; a term applied to special plasters, tile, or any material composed of mineral wool, wood, or cork, used to deaden sound.
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Joe Bliss, founder and president of JBC Technologies, said, 'For many years JBC has been producing and die cutting composite heat and acoustical materials for OEMs.
They are Class 1 flame-resistant and made from antimicrobial acoustical materials and 80 percent post-consumer recycled content.
Acoustical materials for automotives and furniture are also key markets for Texel.
Some of the design highlights include: reclaimed plank wood ceilings; sleek concrete corridor flooring; open, collaborative office spaces, conference rooms with acoustical materials; phone rooms for private calls; an eye-catching glass, weathered metal and wood staircase linking two of the company's floors; and a fully-equipped bar and lounge area that highlights an exterior terrace and takes advantage of picturesque Park Avenue views.
Flow-resistance characteristics of fibrous acoustical materials. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 19(5):866-71.
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There are many acoustical materials on the market for walls, ceilings and floors, and you need to insist that such materials be used.
Ceilings that inspire a workforce and capture corporate personality curve and soar, float in soffit surrounds, integrate drywall and acoustical materials, or step skyward in dimensional splendor.
The data taken from Oshkosh was analyzed in four groups, based on the noise levels of each of the eight housing units and the amount of acoustical materials present in the units.
Provides custom-engineered, multi-component reinforcement and filler systems for compounds, fire-retardant and acoustical materials. Proprietary materials and technology may be licensed or marketed through joint-ventures.
Plant capacity increases by 125% with the addition of 41,000 square feet which will house extensive compounding, extrusion and die-cutting equipment for the manufacture of acoustical materials used to improve the quality of an automobile through the reduction of noise.
The two main applications for nonwovens in the automotives market are interior fabrics and acoustical materials, both within the passenger cabin and within the underbody and wheel liners of the car.