Acoustic Enclosures

Acoustic enclosures made easily using acoustic masonry blocks

SoundBlox Acoustic Enclosures: these acoustic masonry building blocks absorb noise using Helmholst resonator principles and perform well at the difficult lower frequencies. 98% absorption is possible at 125Hz; standard building block will absorb about 4%! SoundBlox can be laid along with standard masonry blocks, applications include: acoustic enclosures, industrial noise control for manufacturing, workshops, plant rooms, sports halls, exhibition halls, road/rail acoustic enclosures / barriers.

Noise generated by machinery and manufacturing operations can increase by up to 15dBA when enclosed by hard floors walls and ceilings: the enclosure reflects the noise from hard surfaces, adding to generated levels; with this environment compliance with HSE requirements becomes difficult and expensive.

Acoustic enclosures and buildings constructed from SoundBlox absorb noise.

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Acoustic Enclosures

Acoustic Enclosures

Noise levels inside the acoustic enclosure constructed from SoundBlox are lower; as a consequence noise levels at adjoining offices and neighbouring properties will be lower.

Specify SoundBlox for the construction of walls in your production area plus your acoustic enclosures / plant rooms. SoundBlox are virtually maintenance free and quietly do their job for the life of the building.  

Click on SoundBlox for further information on how to use acoustic masonry blocks to create acoustic enclosures.

Also Click on SonaSpray K-13 Special for spray-on acoustic ceiling and wall finishes

See SonaSpraySoundBlox and Building Acoustics main web pages for more information and data.

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Contact us for our Acoustic Enclosures made from Acoustic Blocks.

For more information regarding our acoustic enclosure blocks you can call us direct on 01474 854902 or email us via our contact us page and we'll get back to you.

Acoustic enclosures artical written by D. Mack.