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Acoustic Blankets None Reinforced

Acoustic Blanket None-Reinforced Standard – Available in 2″ or 3″ thicknesses. Fiberglass quilted soundproofing blanket with vinyl non-reinforced barrier internally sewn in.

Acoustical Features:

Blocks and absorbs sound
Create soundproof enclosures
Overlap blankets to soundproof a wall
Use as a temporary barrier partition

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ANC-AB12: 1 lb 2 inch thick acoustic blanket

http://allnoisecontrol.com/img/sound-curtain2.jpgThe barrier septum configuration offers the benefits of both sound absorption and noise barriers.

Noise Barrier ANC-AB12 consists of a non-reinforced 1-lb psf loaded vinyl noise barrier sandwiched between two layers of vinyl-coated-fiberglass-cloth faced 1” quilted fiberglass sound absorbers.

Acoustic Curtain panels comes with grommets across the top and hook and loop fasteners along the vertical edges

  • Rolls are available 4’ wide x 25’ long and can be supplied with edges bound or unbound
  • Available colors: gray, white, black, or tan
  • Class A (or 1) flammability rated per ASTM E84

Noise Control Applications:

Typical uses include curtain panels in acoustical enclosures.  Also used as separator walls or divider partitions between noise sources.  Commonly used to line the perimeter walls of a building, or as a free-hanging noise barrier/sound absorber wall.

ANC-AB13: 1 lb 3 inch thick acoustic blankets

Acoustic Blankets Noise Barrier Composite – Typical uses include curtain material in acoustical curtain enclosures. Commonly used to line the perimeter walls of a building.

Acoustic CurtainsThe barrier septum configuration offers the benefits of sound absorption and noise barriers.  A non-reinforced 1-lb psf loaded vinyl barrier is sandwiched between 1” and a 2” layer of quilted fiberglass absorbers. Curtain panels are constructed with grommets across the top and hook and loop fasteners along the vertical edges.  Rolls are available 4’ wide up to 25’ long and can be either bound or unbound.

  • Class 1 or A per ASTM E84
  • STC rating 32
  • NRC rating 0.85
  • Available colors: gray, white, black, or tan

Applications:

Typical uses include curtain material in acoustical curtain enclosures or as separator walls or divider partitions.  Commonly used to line the perimeter walls of a building.

ANC-AB22: 2 lb 2 inch thick acoustic blankets

Noise Barrier/Sound Absorber Composite – Typical uses include curtain material in acoustical curtain enclosures.  Commonly used to line the perimeter walls of a building.

acoustic curtain enclosureThe barrier septum configuration offers the benefits of sound absorption and noise barriers.  A non-reinforced 2-lb psf loaded vinyl barrier is sandwiched between two layers of quilted fiberglass absorbers.

Curtain panels are constructed with grommets across the top and hook and loop fasteners along the vertical edges.  Rolls are available 4’ wide up to 25’ long and can be either bound or unbound.

  • Class 1 or A per ASTM E84
  • STC rating 33
  • NRC rating 0.85
  • Available colors: gray, white, black, or tan

Applications:

Typical uses include curtain material in acoustical curtain enclosures.  Also used as separator walls or divider partitions.  Commonly used to line the perimeter walls of a building.

ANC-AB23: 2 lb 3 inch thick acoustic blankets

Noise Barrier/Sound Absorber Composite

BBC13The barrier septum configuration offers the benefits of both sound absorption and noise barriers.  A 2 lb psf loaded vinyl barrier is sandwiched between one 1” and one 2” layer of quilted fiberglass absorbers. Curtain panels are constructed with grommets across the top and hook and loop fasteners along the vertical edges.  Rolls are available 4’ wide up to 25’ long and can be either bound or unbound.

  • Class 1 or A per ASTM E 84
  • STC rating 33
  • NRC rating 0.85
  • Available colors: gray, white, black, or tan

Applications:

Typical uses include curtain material in acoustical curtain enclosures.  Also used as separator walls or divider partitions.  Commonly used to line the perimeter walls of a building to significantly increase the transmission loss ability of the wall as well as to add sound absorption inside the room.