Home   About Us   News & Events   CSI Specifications
the Proudfoot Company, Inc.
Architechtural Acoustics, Industrial Noise Control
Toll Free: 800.445.0034 | Info@TheProudfootCompany.com

MAIN MENU

Silver-Bullet SOUNDBLOX®blue bullet General Information blue bullet Catalog blue bullet FAQ blue bullet Specifications blue bullet Photo Gallery
Silver-Bullet SOUNDCELL® blue bullet General Information blue bullet Catalog blue bullet FAQ blue bullet Specifications blue bullet Photo Gallery
Silver-Bullet NOISEMASTER® blue bullet General Information blue bullet Catalog blue bullet FAQ blue bullet Architectural Acoustics  - Sound Absorptive Baffles  - Sound Absorptive Banners  - Resonator Sound Absorbers  - Noise Reducing Barriers  - Wall Panels  - SONEX Acoustical Foam  - Personal Sound Masking Systemblue bullet Industrial Noise Control  - Quilted Sound Screens   - Pipe & Duct Lagging


SONEXprospec composite
Download PDF
Save To Favorites


View Larger

SONEXprospec composite
SONEX Prospec products contain and/or absorb sound at its source. They are ideal for isolating noisy equipment and mimimizing sound transmission through walls and ceilings.

The SONEXprospec composite is a multi-layer combination of sound-absorbing foam and barrier sheet. The product is available in a variety of materials including FIBER-FREE Class 1 willtec® or economical, smooth-surfaced polyurethane with various films or coatings for enhanced cleanability.

MORE IMAGES
SONEX-Prospec


Surface

Natural

Thickness

1 in
1 3/8 in

Noise Reduction Coefficient

NRC is the average of the absorption coefficients at the most common frequencies (250, 500, 1000 and 2000 Hz). The NRC is often used to compare the acoustical performance of various materials.

Sound Transmission Class

STC is a measurement of how much noise is stopped by a barrier enclosure. It is an approximation of how much noise, in decibels, will be stopped by the material assuming an airtight seal around the noise source.

Sabin

Is a unit of sound absorption based on one square foot of material. Baffles are frequently described as providing X number of sabins of absorption based on the size of the baffle tested, through the standard range of frequencies 125-400 Hz.

Test Data