Industrial Baffles

Industrial Sound Baffles, Wall Panels, and Ceiling Absorbers are used to reduce the reverberation time, lower ambient noise levels and improve communication in a variety of applications. Choose Polywrap or Sanitary/FDA Baffles depending on your desired application and sanitary needs.


  • Durable
  • Effective and economical
  • Washable
  • Easy to install


  • Polywrapped Baffles: 2' x 4' x 1.5" thick
  • Sanitary: 2' x 4'in 1.5" or 2" thicknesses
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Polywrap: Appropriate in manufacturing environments or any large, open space in need of an economical noise control solution.

Sanitary: Appropriate as a noise control solution in food processing, meat packaging or poultry processing plants, pharmaceutical facilities or clean rooms, facilities medically treating humans or animals, institutional kitchens, breweries, wineries or bottling plants, swimming pools or other O.E.M. applications. 

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Easy Install

Easy to hang, take down or move from wire or cable ties using the grommets applied to the product.

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Acoustical Performance

Ambient noise reduction up to 10 decibels

Available Products in the Industrial Baffles Line

Polywrap Baffles

A heat-sealed polyethylene bag encompassing a sound absorptive fiberglass. These efficient, economic baffles offer a high NRC rating at an extremely low cost.

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Sanitary Baffles

An effective, economic method of reducing reverberant noise in areas where sanitary conditions and USDA or FDA approved products are mandatory.

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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.