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Acoustical Foam
Products For Sound Control
 

AlphaLon

An easy to install, cost effective system to stop noise and/or shape the acoustic environment. Select from the most extensive line of both standard and custom sound and noise control products available. Acoustical composites offer noise absorption, noise barrier and a combination of both. AlphaLon sound control products may be ordered with a pre-applied pressure sensitive adhesive for easy installation.

ThermaLon

ThermaLon noise control panels and hanging baffles are ideally suited for environments where temperatures are high, sparks fly and Class 1 regulations for flame spread, smoke density and fuel contribution are required.

 

 

ThermaLon Sound Absorption Coefficients*

  250
Hz
500
Hz
1000
Hz
NRC
2" 0.31 0.81 1.02 0.80
3" 0.74 1.26 1.18 1.10
* within speech frequency range / 250-1000 Hz

 

 

For control systems and / or products,
AEC is the "sound" solution!!

ThermaLon

ThermaLon noise control products are ideally suited for engine generator and packaged power applications. Acoustically absorptive wall panels and ceiling baffles defeat EnGen enclosure and architectural building internal reverberation to reduce noise. When required, AEC acoustic engineers will design and computer model a complete system utilizing a combination of Inlet / Radiator discharge silencers and ThermaLon products for a cost effective noise solution.

 

AlphaLon
And
ThermaLon

Both AlphaLon and ThermaLon noise control products may be easily cut and trimmed to fit any shape or form required. Adhesive or mechanical fastening systems are available as options. Contact an AEC engineer for detailed specifications on each product.

 


Mylar Faced with
Barrier Loading

Mylar and Tedlar Film
Facing with Barrier

ThermaLon Faced
Barrier Loading

 

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Last modified: March 03, 2011