Sound Seal Blog
MetalTrends™ is a family of high performing metal wall and ceiling sound absorption panels. These products are ideally suited for new construction or renovation of any space with reverberant noise problems or where the need to acoustically tune a space is desired.
ARI was established as a manufacturers’ sales rep agency in 2001. They have offices and sales staff in Decatur, GA and Aubrey, TX.
The website upgrades allow for a better overall user experience with simple and friendly navigation along with quick and easy access to detailed and organized technical information.
The Austin Chinese Church in Austin, Texas selected its WoodTrends WoodGrille™ceiling panels for their acoustical needs. The WoodGrille panel was the ideal choicefor this religious facility, which wanted to deliver an improved acoustical experiencefor its congregants while adding to the design aesthetics of the space.
Introduces New Smart Phone App for the Impacta Division The tools available through the smart phone app include detailed product information broken out by application making it fast and simple to get to what you need.
AlumaLAG™ is an acoustic composite combining a mass loaded vinyl noise barrier bonded to a rugged aluminum jacket. Designed specifically to meet varied acoustic performance needs, AlumaLAG™ products offer versatile solutions for all pipe and duct noise control problems.
A university lab and cancer research facility, the Marisco Hall Imaging Research Building serves students and faculty within both UNC-Chapel Hill’s School of Medicine and the Eschelman School of Pharmacy.
Cerazorb has been tested and approved for use with all engineered wood flooring materials. Featuring a hemi-crystalline thermoplastic material with an extremely high strength-to-weight ratio, Cerazorb exhibits outstanding energy absorption properties.
Recognized for her proven, results-driven approach, Chagnon has over 15 years of experience in global product management, new product development and field sales and marketing at both the commercial and retail levels.
Both solid wood and veneered MDF are used to make the WoodGrill panels incorporating different blade sizes and spacing. Solid wood is typically utilized in smaller blade arrangements (up to 3 1/2" in height) while a Class A rated No Added Formaldehyde medium density fiberboard comprises the core of the veneered grills.