Acoustiblok soundproofing material is a heavy, yet very flexible viscoelastic polymer material that provides sound reduction through a unique adiabatic process. Rather than attempting to block or absorb sound, Acoustiblok transforms sound energy into inaudible friction energy as the material flexes from sound waves. Acoustiblok attaches to wood or metal studs under drywall, floors and ceilings.It reduces more sound than 12-inches of poured concrete.
Acoustiblok is the solution for dramatically reducing the sound transmissions through Cinema walls, ceilings and floors. Acoustiblok can assist in decoupling and isolating a cinema from the rest of the home. Acoustiblok is part of the foundation for sound isolation of a cinema. For years, Acoustiblok has been used as a sound reduction system in thousands of home cinemas. Our initial concept for Acoustiblok was born around this particular type of sound isolation. Since then, we have perfected the Acoustiblok “Home Cinema Silencing Package”. Acoustiblok will configure all the material and peripheral supplies needed to implement an Acoustiblok sound reduction package.
About Acoustiblok – “Quieting the World”
Acoustiblok Inc., a NASA Spin-off listed company headquartered in Tampa, FL, provides acoustical soundproofing solutions for noise related issues. The company develops, manufactures, and markets acoustical products around the world, earning the industry’s highest ratings from architects, builders, and consumers.
Primary products include Acoustiblok® viscoelastic polymer based soundproofing material, Acoustifence® outdoor noise barrier, All Weather Sound Panels®, QuietFiber® insulating material, Quiet-Cloud® industrial sound absorption panels, Acoustiblok WALLCOVER®, and Thermablok® aerogel nanotechnology insulation. Acoustiblok products are used in industrial, residential, commercial, and marine sectors worldwide. The company’s products are made and sourced in the United States.
Acoustiblok Corporation ships products to approximately 60 countries through a network of stocking distributors in the United States and on five continents across the globe. The company operates a subsidiary, Acoustiblok Mideast, in Saudi Arabia to augment our distributor network.
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