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Sound Seal, a leading manufacturer of noise control products serving the industrial, architectural, commercial and construction industries, announced today that they have acquired Flemington, New Jersey based Acoustical & Tackable Surfaces Inc (ATS).

Dave Ingersoll

Sound Seal, a leading manufacturer of acoustical and noise control products serving the industrial, architectural, commercial and construction industries, announced today that it has promoted David Ingersoll to National Sales Manager.

Jennifer Chagnon

Sound Seal, a leading manufacturer of acoustical and noise control products serving the industrial, architectural, commercial and construction industries, announced today that it has promoted Jennifer Chagnon to serve as Chief Marketing Officer.

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IAC Acoustics, a Division of Sound Seal, is celebrating 70 years of success and resilience in the noise control industry.

new soundseal website

Sound Seal, a leading manufacturer of noise control products serving the industrial, architectural, commercial and construction industries, announced today the introduction of a new and improved, state of the art website.  

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Sound Seal, a leading manufacturer of noise control products serving the industrial, architectural, commercial and construction industries, announced today that they have acquired Illinois based Noise Barriers, LLC.

soundcell noise control in a gym

Find the answers to the commonly asked questions about our Soundblox and SoundCell Acoustical Concrete Masonry Units.

mit dorm room noise control

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.

hotel pacifica noise control

The building is situated on a 2.3-acre site with a residential tower along the Kapiolani corridor. Pacifica represents prime urban living that is located near every place residents want to be, with convenient access to everything they love to do.

gossett place noise control

Gossett Place, a 15 million dollar LIHI project, provides 62 permanent affordable units in the University District neighborhood of Seattle, Washington.

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Sound Seal, a leading manufacturer of noise control products serving the industrial, architectural, commercial and construction industries, announced today the introduction of Sound Quality® Polyester Acoustical Board (PAB) and Theater Board.

Noise complaints continue to be the number one quality of life issue for New York City residents. Sound Seal products are specified and listed in New York City’s “products and vendor guidance sheet” for the new noise code adopted in July 2007.

sound control at perkins school

In every school, HVAC and mechanical systems can create noise issues. The HVAC equipment itself along with the sound of moving air generate noise. Lightweight galvanized HVAC duct and PVC pipe do not block a lot of sound and can disturb the people, in this case students, around it.

airport sound control

Phoenixʼs Sky Harbor airport is no different. It has grown from a regional airport to the fifth busiest airport in the world. That growth has spurred major construction including the addition of Terminal 4, which houses eight concourses in approximately 185,000 square feet.

wagner millwork

Les Wagner, owner of Wagner Millwork, Inc., in Owego, New York, didn’t have to imagine anything; his compact, efficient sawmill cuts and planes hardwood from raw logs for the furniture industry. After renovating the building, he found that the new walls and ceilings contributed to a significant increase in noise levels.

ford plant noise control

Ford Motor Company's policy of creating and maintaining high standards of employee comfort and benefits led to a desire to reduce the noise level exposure for workers in the surrounding area.