Mechanical Sound Insulation

The treatment of mechanical room noise is much more difficult than living areas and office insulation. There are multiple noise sources in mechanical areas that need to be taken into account. In areas such as air conditioning plants, boiler rooms, refrigerant rooms, booster rooms, it mostly consists of hard surfaces that do not support sound absorption. For this reason, the high-decibel sounds coming out of the devices grow by bouncing from surface to surface. These reflections actually create sound pressure levels that can be greater than the sum of all the sounds emitted by machines.

It is essential to work with a team that has extensive experience in designing and installing solutions that effectively isolate noise caused by mechanical rooms. The quality of workmanship is as important as the quality of sound insulation materials. In some cases, it is necessary to move forward with the mechanical team.

Ceiling, wall and floor sound insulation should be planned together in mechanical areas. Even if the area is on the ground floor, if there is a vibration emitted from the machines, impact dampening materials should also be placed on the floor. The materials to be used for boiler room sound insulation, elevator engine room sound insulation, booster room sound insulation are fireproof acoustic sponge, bondexpan with barrier, epdm heavy sound barrier, pvc barrier with felt, rubber substrate, cork rubber substrate, vibration receiver connection devices.