Get expert technical support to solve any noise problem. Our dedicated team will guide you every step of the way. Sound Seal offers a wide selection of Industrial, Commercial and Architectural noise control products to meet your needs.
Our SoundCurtains® brand offers unique industrial noise control products for a variety of applications. These products include acoustical soundproof curtains, mass loaded vinyl noise barriers, interior/exterior enclosures, ceiling tile covers, fiberglass absorbers and pipe & duct wrap.
Sound Seal offers two unique brands of architectural noise control products. SoundQuality®, our fabric offering, includes wall panels, baffles, banners and diffusers to fit all interior acoustical needs. Our metal product line, MetalTrends® offers metal panels, ceiling tiles and clouds.
Our Impacta® Acoustic Underlayments are designed to reduce and isolate foot fall or impact noise between the floor/ceiling assembly. Impacta Floor Underlayments are available in a variety of models for use under Hardwood, Tile, Carpet and more.
SoundBlox® & SoundCell® Architectural Concrete Masonry Units (ACMUs) can positively improve sound quality of interior rooms and outdoor environments and provide structure for walls and buildings with inherent performance advantages.
WoodTrends Wood Walls and Ceilings offer aesthetically pleasing finishes along with exceptional acoustic performance. WoodTrends systems are offered as both absorptive & reflective acoustical systems and are available in concealed, semi concealed and panel and plank formats. With the exception of the planks, WoodTrends products fit into a standard T grid, allowing for easy installation with no added cost.
W1 building is a 100+ year old building on the MIT campus in Cambridge MA used for student and staff housing. The building has recently been renovated starting with the old interior being completely gutted from top to bottom. Due to the age of the building, the condition of the structural floor/ceiling assembly, the amount of intense floor preparation and the need for a structure-born noise acoustical underlayment system, Jumpax was the perfect fit.