Noise Barrier Ceiling Tile Cover

Noise Barrier Ceiling Tile Covers Can Reduce Common Mechanical Noise Problems.

Traditional acoustical drop ceiling tiles are designed to reduce the echo within a space. They do so by allowing noise to pass through them, from the occupied space below, into the void above the tiles. This means that sound in pipes and ductwork and noise from equipment can also pass through them, disturbing people in rooms below.

Whether the undesirable sound is conversation or noise from pipes, ducts and equipment, Sound Seal’s Noise Barrier Ceiling Tile Covers make a difference. The most effective ways to minimize noise from HV AC units is to reduce the noise either at its source or along the path.

Noise Barrier Ceiling Tile Covers effectively block sound transmission through ceiling tile systems. They combine a limp barrier layer with an absorber / decoupler to achieve much greater isolation than would be achieved with a layer of insulation alone.

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Ceiling Tile Cover Products

NBCTC-Model-1-1

NBCTC Model 1-1

Features a flexible 1 lb/sq ft loaded vinyl noise barrier sandwiched between two layers of 1" fiberglass for maximum acoustical performance with Class A flammability ratings for use in any building.

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NBCTC-Model-1-1-1

NBCTC Model 1-1-1

Features a flexible 1 lb/sq ft loaded vinyl noise barrier sandwiched between two layers of 1” fiberglass for maximum acoustical performance with Class A flammability ratings for use in any building.

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NBCTC-Model-10LAG-1

NBCTC Model 10LAG-1

Combines a flexible 1 lb/sq ft foil faced loaded vinyl noise barrier with a 1" fiberglass decoupler to enhance its noise reduction properties.

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NBCT Light Fixture Covers

Oversized and provided with corner slits to conform to the shape of the convex light fixtures.

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