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Soundproofing is a way of reducing decibels (dB) or absorbing sound. There are many ways to soundproof and reduce acoustic levels by using the appropriate soundproofing material. •Typical soundproofing. •Soundproofing walls, floors and ceiling.

What is soundproofing also known as?

Decibel Reduction• Sound Insulation• Acoustic Insulation

What is the best way to soundproof?

There are lots of ways to reduce sound, it all depends on what you are trying to achieve. In the music industry you typically find studio booths with corrugated acoustic foam on the walls and ceilings, sound absorption sheeting in vehicles and fire resistant acoustic foam in buildings. We offer a large selection of sound deadening materials to suit your application. Self-Adhesive Foam Sheets.These specially shaped foam panels have adhesive backing, and can be easily cut to size and mounted on a variety of surfaces. The open cell foam material dampens ambient noise, and will absorb echo and reverb within a room. Foam panels are typically cut with pyramid or wedge shapes to further disrupt the deflection of sound waves, and reduce airborne noise. Acoustic Insulation.Thin and low density foam sheets that can be cut to size to trim door panels, or easily stuffed into empty wall spaces or voids. For cost effective and precise noise dampening solutions. Flame Retardant Foam Insulation. For noise dampening applications where excess heat may be a problem, such as machine panelling or air conditioning insulation, flame retardant foam insulation is available to give you further piece of mind. Application Information. Soundproofing are an ideal solution for protection from excessive floor squeaks, machine noise in industrial environments or creating an audibly dead environment for recording studios and buildings.