by Brianna Crandall — August 30, 2019 — Sound Seal, a manufacturer of noise control products serving the industrial, architectural, commercial and construction industries, just announced the introduction of its Sound Quality Polyester Acoustical Board (PAB) and Theater Board. These two new acoustical panels are now available as part of the company’s Sound Quality portfolio.
Polyester Acoustical Board (PAB)
Polyester Acoustical Board (PAB) offers great flexibility in acoustical applications and installations, working as a sound absorption product for wall, ceiling and duct applications. It is an environmentally friendly, polyester acoustical panel developed for building interiors and exteriors. The product works well for either retrofit or new construction applications.
Black Theater Board
Black Theater Board is a sound-absorptive board designed to provide excellent acoustic performance by reducing reverberation. Theater Board tiles are made from lightweight, black-dyed acoustic fiberglass board and finished with a matte black fiberglass fabric. Black Theater Board is touted as an affordable solution to building acoustic ceilings in any residential or commercial space where reverberation or reflected noise is an issue.
Dave Ingersoll, business development manager for Sound Seal, commented:
We are very excited to continue to expand on our acoustical panel offering. There are instances where something other than a fabric finished panel is required. With these two new products, we are able to offer environmentally friendly and cost-effective alternatives when they are needed.
For more information about the Polyester Acoustical Board or Black Theater Board, visit the Sound Seal Sound Quality Acoustical Boards webpage.
Sound Seal acquisitions to expand offerings
In additional news, Sound Seal announced two acquisitions in recent weeks that will broaden its product and service offerings.
Sound Seal acquired Flemington, New Jersey-based Acoustical & Tackable Surfaces (ATS), a manufacturer and installer of acoustical wall and ceiling panels that has been a strong and independent player in the architectural space for over 20 years.
The company also acquired Illinois-based Noise Barriers, a major player in the acoustical space since 2003. Noise Barriers will operate as a stand-alone Division of Sound Seal, gaining access to capital and deep operational and marketing expertise.
Founded in 1978, Sound Seal currently consists of three product divisions: the Industrial Division that addresses in-plant and environmental noise control; the Architectural Division that handles interiors and finishes, including an award-winning line of WoodTrends products; and the Impacta Flooring Division that offers floor underlayments. IAC Acoustics, a division of Sound Seal, offers Acoustic metal solutions including HVAC silencers, acoustic louvers, sound control architectural doors and windows and soundproof rooms.