Acoustic Forum


Welcome to NetWell Noise Control's interactive Forum on soundprooofing.   This discussion board is open to all visitors to our website as we encourage clients and prospects to share questions and answers pertaining to their treatments.  Open any of the product categories to the left to join in or start new conversations, or ask questions.   Select from the topics to the right to source articles from our Journal logs posted below.   Questions?   Call our help desk at 1-800-638-9355.

Friday
Apr112014

The Secret to Blocking Drain Pipe Noise

We all know what that sounds like, the trickle of water down through the pipes in our walls, from showers, sinks, toilets, dishwashers, and washing machines.    As the water passes through the pipes, noise emanates out into the open space of your room.   Can anything be done to block this noise?   Yes.   A simple sound barrier material called NetLag can be wrapped like a candy cane around the pipe to jacket the noise and block the sound from emanating out into your room.   If you don't have access to your pipes, you can

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Tuesday
Apr082014

Church Too Loud?

If your favorite House of Worship suffers from noise, the mystery is here waiting to be unlocked.  Whether it is your sanctuary, synagogue, mosque, fellowship hall, band room, choir rehearsal room, gym space, classroom or confessional booth, there are soundproofing treatments for all of these spaces that are time tested and proven to be successful.   Soundproofing treatments

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Friday
Apr042014

3 Steps to Soundproofing a Wall

Common walls bleed noise because they are not build properly.   Vibrations structurally pass through common contact points inside the wall, namely, the framing.   To properly insulate a wall against noise bleed, there's a simple 3 step approach to force the collapse of this vibration.   The treatment can collapse up to 90% of the noise bleed through the wall.

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Tuesday
Apr012014

How to Beat Computer Rack Noise

omputer racks are notorious for emitting unwelcome noise in work environments that can have an adverse affect on worker productivity.   The key to controlling the level of noise bleeding into adjoining spaces is to section the computer rack off from the rest of the room, or the dividing common walls.   The simple, easy method of controlling this level of noise exposure depends

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Friday
Mar282014

#1 Mistake With Acoustic Foam Panels

We constantly remind our clients that acoustic foam panels absorb echo, but they don't block noise.   For clients seeking to isolate a noise source, foam is NOT the answer.   Foam protects the people inside the same room the noise is generated from, by collecting echoes and converting them out of the room.   Foam makes it less loud inside the same

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