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Pump Noise

Are you experiencing a problem like the hum or whining of residential air conditioners? If so Acoustiblok has the solutions. Our All Weather Sound Panels® (AWSP) , Acoustifence® (AF-6), Acoustiblok® 16oz. (Blok16) and QuietFiber® 2 inch (QF‐2) have resolved thousands of situations like this. The unique abilities of these products allow for simple, high performance, noise reduction solutions for the common problem of noisy air conditioners in or around a home.

For noise outside your home, our patented AWSP’s not only act as a sound isolation barrier, but also have a high level of sound absorption. This aids in reducing the overall noise level around air conditioners. Small, attractive, sustainable walls can be created to visually and audibly conceal unsightly air conditioners. If your budget requires a more cost effective solution, Acoustifence® may fit the bill. Acoustifence is ¼” thick, flexible barrier with some unique attributes. Acoustifence® has high levels of internal damping. This means it dissipates the sound energy within it’s own mass extremely well. Just add it to an existing fence and hear the magic. On average you can cut the noise level in half! If you feel you need more reduction, it’s easy to add QF-­‐2 to absorb more of the sound around your air conditioners. QF‐2 is a sound absorption material that comes in large slabs making it simple to cut, shape, and install. Quiet Fiber is hydrophobic, mold and mildew resistant, and has an NRC of 1.0. That means, sound that initially strikes QF-­‐2 does not reflect back toward the noise source. This is how it reduces the effects of boundaries or surfaces around your air conditioners. Ultimately lowering the noise level around the air conditioners.


For noise inside your home, Blok16 can be utilized to reduce the noise from your air conditioning handler rooms. We have all experienced the sound when an air conditioner kicks on and off in a house. Usually you can hear the large fan in the air handler room or closet. It’s a sort of rumbling noise caused from resonance of the fan inside the handler itself. Just line the backside of the room or closet’s door with a curtain of Blok16 and say goodbye to that annoying roar of the handler. For even more reduction just insert some QF-2 in the room that the handler resides in.

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