Hypersonic Composites

Hypersonic Composites from Acoustics and Coatings Pty Ltd

By: Acoustics and Coatings Pty Ltd  09-Feb-2011
Keywords: Acoustic Insulation, Sound Insulation, Noise Insulation

 Composites are finding increased applications as their value is becoming better understood.
From a simple combination of a barrier /  foam decoupler to a more complex combination of a faced acoustic foam absorber / barrier / foam decoupler, each can be manufactured to meet the specific needs of the customer.
By combining the absorptive qualities of foams with a flexible high mass barrier  material, composites can be made that are comparatively light, more easily installed and more cost effective than alternative methods of improving the transmission loss of walls and enclosures.
By bonding the thinner decoupling layer (generally 6-12mm thick) to the surface of the structure, it allows the mass barrier to act independently to the surface which adds significantly to the overall transmission loss of the structure
The Hypersonic composite range consists of a choice of four different film facings and three different thicknesses. The four different film facings are reinforced Aluminium, metalised polyester, polyurethane and perforated vinyl. The selection of the appropriate material, facing type and thickness is based upon the reductions required and the frequency spectrum of the noise being contained

Keywords: Acoustic Insulation, Acoustic Materials, Insulation - Building, Noise Insulation, Pipe Insulation, Pipe Lagging, Sound Absorber, Sound Insulation, Vinyl Barrier

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