PrivacyShield® Absorptive Soundproofing Blanket
The PrivacyShield® Absorptive Soundproofing Blanket, (formerly the ABBC-13 AudioSeal® Combination Sound Blanket) includes both sound blocking and sound absorbing material, making it an ideal noise barrier for interior spaces where excessive echo is a problem as well. These blankets are made by adhering a mass loaded vinyl sound barrier to either a 1 in. or 2 in. thick acoustical fiberglass batting that is then quilted with a vinyl-coated fiberglass cloth facing. The absorptive quilted fiberglass side of the blanket should face towards the sound you wish to absorb.
These sound attenuation blankets work like curtain panels. They are constructed with grommets across the top edge and Velcro® along the vertical edges which make them easy to hang, layer, and install. Typical uses include curtain material in acoustical enclosures, room partitions, and as wall covering where abuse resistance and excellent durability is required.
Standard 4-1/2′ x 8′ blanket panels may be ordered online. Other sizes up to 4-1/2 ft. x 25 ft. are available — please contact us with your specific requirements.
Technical Information for PrivacyShield® Absorptive Soundproofing Blanket
- Standard: 54″ (w) x 96″ (h)
- Custom: Up to 54″ x 25′
- Thickness: 1″, 2″ (Standard), 4″ (Special Order); actual thickness may vary after quilting
- Construction: Vinyl coated polyester faced quilted fiberglass backed with a one pound per square foot reinforced mass loaded vinyl sound barrier
- Intended Use: Interior, sound absorption, sound blocking
- 1″ Thick: 1.22 lbs. / sq. f.t
- 2″ Thick: 1.43 lbs. / sq. f.t
- 4″ Thick: 1.80 lbs. / sq. f.t
- Facing: Grey, Tan (Standard) Black, Off-White (Special Order)
- Barrier: Grey, Tan
- Temperature Range: -20 deg. F to 180 deg. F
- Fire Rating: Class 1 or A per ASTM E84
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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including formaldehyde and DINP, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.