NoiseStopper Sound Absorbing & Sound Stopping Acoustic Pads

Our NoiseStopper sound absorbing and sound stopping acoustic pads for soundproofing on top of grid type suspended ceilings have been specified and supplied to premises in London to improve the privacy of interview rooms.  The problem with many rooms and offices with suspended ceilings is that the dividing walls end at the lower ceiling level allowing sound to penetrate and flank over the top of the walls into adjoining rooms.  When privacy is required this can be a problem so we have developed NoiseStopper Pads that are non-flammable pads with a sound barrier layer sandwiched between two layers of sound absorbing acoustic mineral wool encapsulated within a non-flammable foil covering.  The pads are produced to 600mm x 600mm and 1200mm x 600mm so that they can be placed on top of the existing tiles so once in place, are hidden from view.  They can be easily cut when required using a sharp knife.  Obviously these cannot be placed over the lighting so we also supply non-flammable, acoustic NoiseStopper Luminaire Covers for suspended ceilings in the same sizes that can be used along with the NoiseStopper Pads for completed coverage of any suspended ceiling.  The Luminaire Covers are vented to allow heat loss and are simply placed over each lighting unit to complete the soundproofing.  To obtain the best results, the suspended ceiling on both sides of any dividing wall should be treated with this very effective, soundproofing system.  More information on our NoiseStopper Pads for suspended ceilings along with NoiseStopper Luminaire Covers can be viewed on our web site www.soundservice.co.uk

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About Sound Service (Oxford) Ltd

UK Stockists and suppliers of a wide range of soundproofing and acoustic insulation materials for blocking and absorbing noise. We have been specialists in soundproofing and sound absorption since 1969 so one of the longest established businesses in the noise control industry.
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