Soundcoat Introduces Quilted Barrier Absorber

—Literature Available Soundcoat Company of Deer Park, N.Y., now offers Quilted Barrier Absorber (QBA), a combination of materials specifically designed to provide durability and excellent acoustical properties.

It is a composite of limp mass sandwiched between two layers of quilted absorber glass fiber blanket with aluminum vinyl coated glass fiber reinforced cloth facing on both sides. According to the manufacturer, these features provide excellent sound absorption and transmission loss characteristics ideal for many industrial and architectural applications.

Soundcoat's in-house capability to custom-cut shapes, provide grommets and various facings make QBA a cost-effective approach to many Q.E.M. requirements.

The Soundcoat Company, with laboratories and manufacturing facilities in New York and California, is involved in noise control research and development and manufacturing damping, barrier, absorption, gasketing and soundglass materials.

The company has provided noise control solutions and materials for all types of equipment in every industry from ships to aerospace to office machinery, proven in the field and in the laboratory.

For additional information detailed in Bulletin No. 727 from Soundcoat, Circle 37 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 40,  Apr 1989 Maryland

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