Commercial, Industrial & Educational Soundproofing.
Effective sound insulation is essential in commercial, educational
and industrial environments. Internal privacy and the comfort
of staff are concerns of any office manager. SRS Ltd have many
years experience in the field of acoustic insulation and have
many products designed to combat sound disturbance in the commercial,
industrial and educational environments.
Suspended Ceilings - Should you have partitions installed to
the underside of a suspended ceiling, you may find that sound
travels easily between adjoining offices. Soundblockers offer
an ideal solution to this. Simply installed onto the back of existing
ceiling tiles, they provide a rapid and effective means of soundproofing
a suspended ceiling. They are also useful for protecting the privacy
of boardrooms and the like, that adjoin common areas.
Cross talk over partitions - Soundstop can be used as a ceiling
void barrier, but is more versatile, in that it can also be used
to line noisy ductwork, services and equipment cabinets, as well
as being used to upgrade the sound insulation of partition walls.
Soundbar is designed for use in areas requiring a greater level
of acoustic privacy, e.g. boardrooms and interview rooms. This
is installed within the ceiling void, between the partition head
and the soffit, providing a continuation of the partition and
blocking the sound path over the top.
Echo & Reverberation - Another problem within the office environment
is sound reverberation and echo. Many open plan offices suffer
from this problem, and SRS can offer Coustifoam as a solution.
Coustifoam is an absorbent material that is supplied in many formats
to increase the sound quality of a room.
Acoustic sealing Gasket - Soundseal is an acoustic sealing gasket
that is used to introduce sound insulation into any small gaps
or apertures. Ideal for using around door rebates, between rebated
edge tiles and in partition head details
Acoustilay and Maxiboard also lend themselves to domestic soundproofing
where noisy neighbours or even family members are causing disturbance.
Floors - Acoustilay is ideal for use on separating floors between
dwellings in flats and apartments, or between upstairs and downstairs
rooms in a single occupancy house. Simply loose laid beneath most
floor finishes, Acoustilay provides a high acoustic performance
for minimum disruption.
Walls - Maxiboard can be used to reduce the sound transmission
through the walls between horizontal neighbours in semi detached
and terrace housing, and also in flats and apartments. Installed
onto the problem wall by means of an isolating framework, Maxiboard
can be used in much the same way as standard plasterboard but
with far higher acoustic properties.
Sound insulation and noise control
Noise pollution is the problem of the day. The fact that we are
surrounded by noise all around us in our world today is an increasing
problem. To be able to concentrate during work or any other activity
that needs concentration, one needs a quiet atmosphere. There
are many disturbing factors even in our private area, for e.g.
sound of music piercing in through another room in the house and
disturbing you when you would actually like to be in absolute
Outside we are continuously enveloped in noise coming from all
around us i.e. sound of cars, machines, loudspeakers, voices etc.
Hence we are constantly surrounded by noise both in our public
as well as our private lives.
Our spray-on sound insulation provides high levels of sound absorption
in work areas subject to intense noise levels from voices and
machinery. The purposes of applying spray-on sound insulation
material in areas like; public buildings, industries or marine
vessels are for example to:
· Reduce general noise level.
· Provide for better work conditions.
· Reduce echoes in big halls like ice hockey arenas or
· Reduce noise levels emitting from machines, equipment,
pipelines or enclosures.
Acoustic control is a means to reduce the noise from one room
to the next or to reduce the amount of echo in a room. Both of
these can be achieved with the use of sound insulation. So you
need sound insulation whether you are trying to install machines
or trying to minimize sound in an office or a school, restaurant,
hotel, church or a ship or any other public place.
Be it office buildings, residential buildings, institutions, marine
vessels or trains, acoustic control and noise suppression with
spray-on sound insulation helps to solve vital environmental problems.
The material that we use is excellent at absorbing the sound that
would otherwise travel through the air.