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Soundproofing Material Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of soundproofing material companies and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top soundproofing material companies with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any soundproofing material company can design and engineer soundproofing materials to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach soundproofing material companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of soundproofing panels, sound absorbing materials, and soundproofing walls.

  • Chaska, MN

    Acoustical Surfaces is a company with over 35 years of experience and over 400 specialty soundproofing, noise control, vibration control and acoustical products. We have knowledgeable acoustics and soundproofing professionals ready to explain our cost effective solutions. Hundreds of products in stock. Visit our website or call today!

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  • Milton, ON

    At Rockwool, we offer a full range of insulation products that are high-performing and sustainable. We operate within 45 facilities throughout Europe, Asia, and North America in order to better serve our global customer base. Our team is committed to versatility across applications and handling the toughest development challenges. To get started with us, call or visit our website.

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  • Atlanta, GA

    Our soundproofing materials are designed with the user in mind. We keep our products safe, effective, and affordable for all customers. We know that not all solutions will work with all customers, which is why we offer customized solutions that meet your specific needs. If you want to learn more about our products or services, visit us online or give us a call today!

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  • Dayton, OH

    Since they opened their doors in 1977, Acoustical Systems has been a leader in noise reduction solutions. Whether your problem is coming from noisy neighbors or heavy machinery, they have an extensive product line that can help with all issues. To get started finding the perfect solution to meet all of your unique and specific requirements, call Acoustical Systems today.

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  • Elk Grove Village, IL

    AmCraft Manufacturing is a dynamic manufacturing company specializing in the production of soundproofing equipment and other products. With many years of experience, our heat sealing (radio frequency welding) and commercial sewing services provide fabrication of many types of products (such as industrial curtain walls), giving each customer a high-quality end product. To learn more, contact AmCfraft today!

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Soundproofing Materials

Soundproofing or acoustic materials are used to control or reduce the amount of noise in a given environment by blocking the sound from entering or leaving the space. A number of materials are used in this context to help accomplish noise reduction or elimination. Different methods of achieving this include: absorbing sound, dampening vibrations, or sound barriers. These and other methods can be classified as noise reduction or noise absorption techniques.

Noise reducing materials lessen the energy of sound waves as they pass through whereas noise absorption equipment suppresses the echoes, reverberations, resonance and reflections of sound waves. It is important to understand the specifics of the desired results and which types of sounds are to be reduced as soundproofing materials can be applied in a variety of manners. Acoustic flooring, panels, ceilings and anechoic chambers may be used alone or in conjunction with each other and other components depending on the needs of a space. The specific fabric or object used depends largely on its intended function. Industrial, commercial and residential settings all make use of soundproofing materials to make spaces more acoustically pleasant. Recording studios, edit rooms, research facilities, function halls, gymnasiums and even laundry rooms commonly utilize these materials to lessen the impact of sound waves. Industrial machines are often secluded by acoustic curtains made of materials that block noise to protect the ears of nearby workers.

In general, soundproofing involves allowing sound waves to penetrate high mass and porous materials that essentially trap the noise and prevent reverberations which would send noise pollution back into a space. The most effective materials also increase the ratio of sound barrier surface area to open space. More surfaces to absorb noise allow sound waves to dissipate more fully. For this reason, the majority of soundproofing materials are corrugated, uneven, or jagged in appearance to increase the potential surface area for sound wave absorption. Materials with good non-conductive properties and relative permittivity near unity function best for soundproofing. Rock wool, sheetrock, foam wedges, high mass vinyl, fiberglass, rubber, aluminum composite, glass, polyethylene, mineral wool, heavy caulking, urethane open-cell foam as well as soundboards made of compressed wood and paper are all used as sound proofing materials. Some of these materials, such as foam wedges, can be injected with carbon or ferrite to increase the absorption of sound waves. Mineral wool fibers are good example of soundproofing options that are non-combustible and have high melting points allowing them to be used around heat generating industrial machines without serious risks. These materials can be applied during or after construction of a space, however post-construction soundproofing is often far less effective than installing a sound-proofing material from the beginning.