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Aircraft Parts Machining (3599-AP)
Aircraft Parts Machining
Aircraft Parts Machining & Manufacturing require suppliers that meet ISO 9001, and/or AS9120A certification, to ensure the highest quality, performance, and traceability standards. Manufacturers within this market segment typically supply parts and assemblies, made from pre-specified materials, ...
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Noise Isolation, Sound Proofing & Audio Studios (3625-NS)

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Noise Isolation, Sound Proofing & Audio Studios (3625-NS)
When it comes to soundproofing, what many people are referring to is acoustic treatment. Soundproofing makes your room quieter, by blocking-out external noise, while Acoustic Treatment makes a room sound better on a recording, by absorbing excessive ambience. Ideally, any recording studio should use a combination of both. When a room is perfectly soundproofed outside noises stay outside, and inside noises stay inside. The process of soundproofing a room is accomplished using a combination of 4 tactics: Adding Mass, Damping, Decoupling, and Filling Air Gaps. Adding Mass/Density prevents sound from entering and exiting a room. Damping is a method of soundproofing that dissipates kinetic energy from sound waves by converting it to heat. Decoupling is the process of blocking that transfer of sound by isolating the contact points, usually with some sort of dense, pliable rubber. Filling Air Gaps is the final task of soundproofing is to make sure all the little cracks and holes in the room are sealed up air-tight. Professional Plastics supplies a full-range of rigid plastics, flexible rubbers, and foams used in noise isolation applications such as audio recording studios, car audio speaker boxes, and noise-isolating computer equipment boxes.
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