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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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.
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.
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.
NYSE: CRH) announced today that it has completed its acquisition of Austin Acoustical Materials, Inc.
Since 1985, McCann Acoustics & Construction has set the standard for acoustical ceiling panels, offering comprehensive and innovative selections of acoustical materials.
There is a need for dishwashers to run more quietly, but their design is standardized so you can only add so much acoustical materials.
R&D company specializing in custom-engineered, multicomponent reinforcement and filler systems for compounds, fire-retardant and acoustical materials, and for processing-technology and end-product development.
The machinery and equipment suppliers carding division developed a partnership with Elmarco two years ago to combine carded nonwovens and nanofibers for acoustical materials.
Sales of acoustical materials, which are primarily to automotive manufacturers, decreased 1.
A widely recognized, comprehensive reference to acoustic principles for all concerned with the built environment, Architectural Acoustics, Second Edition provides design professionals with up-to-date information on basic concepts, acoustical materials, and technologies for controlling wanted or unwanted sound within and around buildings.
At the same time, the use of acoustical materials to reduce noise by path and/or receiver is given consideration when the number of employees are few and the amount of equipment creating the noise is extensive.