In-Plant Enclosures

Sound Seal’s In-Plant Noise Enclosures, available as complete, partial or portable enclosures, can be floor, ceiling or wall-mounted, suspended from a roof deck, or hung from a steel tube frame on coasters for mobility.

What's the Difference?

Floor-Mount vs. Portable Enclosures

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Applications

Our Acoustical Wall Panels are the solution for areas that require noise reduction and are available in a variety of models for various applications. Our panels can be manufactured in any of the many attractive acoustic fabrics offered in the industry, including premium fabrics offered by Guilford of Maine & C.F. Stinson. We can also use any factory tested and approved C.O.M. fabric.

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Sizing

Our Acoustical panels are available in standard and custom sizes. Review your options below or reach out for a consultation.

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Easy Install

Most panels can be installed using one of three mounting methods: Rotofast Snap-on anchors, Impaling clips or 2-part mechanical clips.

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Acoustical Performance

Our Acoustical Wall Panels can offer up to an NRC of 1.05, helping to improve interior acoustics while improving the aesthetics of a space.

Standard Enclosures

Don’t let the name fool you. Like all of our Industrial Enclosures, “Standard” Floor-Mounted and Portable configurations are custom-made, but bring together our most requested options.

COMPARE STANDARD IN-PLANT ENCLOSURES

Standard Floor-Mounted Enclosure

This permanent/fixed option is a great choice to use around stationary equipment on a production floor or loud equipment near a production office. Available in two sizes, this flexibility allows you to choose the option that fits your needs to surround machinery in your facility, for example, blowers, compressors, dust collectors, granulators, etc.

  1. Base Plates
  2. Double Track for Access
  3. Corner Connectors
  4. Columns 5. BBC-13-2" or BSC-25 Panel
  5. Option: Clear Vinyl Full Width Window
  6. Option: Roof with Valance
  7. Option: Roof Top Vent Baffle
  8. Option: Side Vent Baffle

Standard Portable Enclosure

Our three-sided standard portable enclosures work well around compressors, units near a wall, and loud, portable equipment that needs to be moved frequently. When two portable enclosures are used together, a larger, 4-sided unit can be created.

  1. Built-in Locking Casters
  2. Rugged Tubular Steel Frame
  3. BBC-13-2" or BSC-25 Panel
  4. Option: Clear Vinyl Full Width Window
  5. Option: Roof
  6. Option: Roof Top Vent Baffle
  7. Option: Side Vent Baffle

Available Products in the In-Plant Enclosures Line

Sound Seal In-Plant Sound Curtains

Complete Noise Enclosures

Four-sided with a roof. Noise reduction with this solution can exceed 20 dB(A) while still offering access, visibility and ventilation to critical machines.

Data Sheet

Sound Seal In-Plant Sound Curtains

Partial Noise Enclosures

A barrier wall, two- or three-sided enclosure, or a four-sided enclosure without a roof. Noise reduction can exceed 15 dB(A) on a partial enclosure utilizing our Barrier Backed or Barrier Septum Composites.

Data Sheet

Portable Acoustic Enclosure

Portable Enclosures

Portable enclosures are modular and can be moved frequently.



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Portable Acoustic Screens

Sound Seal’s Portable Acoustic Screens can be used individually or in groups to form partial noise enclosures, offering complete mobility and maximum accessibility.

Data Sheet

Standard In-Plant Industrial Facings

In-Plant Enclosures Videos

Portable Acoustic Screens

A series of Portable Acoustic Screens join together to form a sound absorption and noise barrier treatment which can be easily moved and relocated.

Watch Aaron Duncan, Industrial Sales Manager for Sound Seal dive into the details of the Portable Acoustic Screen.

Portable Custom Acoustic Enclosures

Watch and see how fast and easy our Portable Acoustic Enclosures can come together.

Decibel Examples

When trying to enclose a piece a machinery, most people will know they want it "quieter," but can't put into acoustical terms the end result (or decibel reduction) they want to achieve. With our audio examples, you can actually hear the decibel differences compared to static pink noise.

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Pink Noise

An example of a randomized static pink noise. Pink noise uses deeper sounds and lower sound waves.

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3 dB

Just perceptible. 3dB reduction has a 18% reduction in the perceived volume and yet is just barely perceptible to the human ear.

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6 dB

Noticeable. 6dB reduction has a 34% reduction in the perceived volume and is very noticeable to the human ear.

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10 dB

Double/Halving. 10dB reduction has a 50% reduction in the perceived volume and sounds half as loud to the human ear.

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20 dB

Much more/less. 20dB reduction has a 75% reduction in the perceived volume and most noticeable to the human ear.