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Our AudioSeal® Clear Sound Barrier is a transparent mass loaded vinyl barrier that offers significant noise reduction while allowing for visibility and easy access.
In addition to being transparent for visibility, the AudioSeal® CV is also able to reduce heat and cold temperatures between areas.
This is a very dense limp-mass non-reinforced material made of high-temperature fused vinyl and no lead fillers weighing 1lb per Sq. Ft. with an STC rating of 26 and comes in 48″ x 60′ rolls.
For more information on our AudioSeal® Clear Sound Barrier, call us at 1-800-782-5742 or contact our sales department.
colleen – May 23, 2015:
I can’t sleep because of outside noises! We just want to sound proof our bedroom! What do you Recommend?
Ryan Colton – May 26, 2015:
Thank you visiting AcousticalSolutions.com! For blocking sound coming through your bedroom walls and windows, you need to use a barrier material. I would suggest that you read through the blog posts below that go over the basics of sound barriers and blocking sound through walls and windows.
How to Soundproof a Wall
How to Soundproof a Window
Please feel free to call me with any additional questions. I would be happy to talk you through your noise issue and offer any possible solutions: 804-349-0041
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Michael – April 28, 2015:
I currently just moved into an apartment building that has a skyscraper being built next to it. Construction starts at 5:3-7am every morning. I have single pane, double hung windows. Would this help in keeping some of the noise out, if I sealed it against the window like a film? Storm windows aren’t an option and I have heavy drapes already hung over the window. Please advise, thanks.
Aimee Sanford – April 28, 2015:
This would be difficult because you would need to install the vinyl barrier to your window frame then seal all the cracks – not the simplest or best looking way to add sound blocking power. I would recommend taking a look at our Acoustical Window Seals. They are a custom sized frame that allows you to add another layer of glass or acrylic behind your existing pane creating a ‘dead space’ for isolation and mass for soundproofing.
Eric Ruppert – April 28, 2015:
Can this be used along a wooden fence to stop road noise?
This product could be used that way, but it may not be the best solution for your noise issue. A big benefit of this Audioseal barrier is that it is clear – this probably would not be a priority on an exterior fence, so I would recommend you take a look at our AcoustiWood Fence System. It offers a higher STC rating (more sound blocking power) and is designed for exactly your application.
George Hasapidis – April 28, 2015:
Can the AudioSeal Clear Sound Barrier be attached to the interior surface of a window to absorb sound produced in that room (and reduce echoes)? I can’t tell if the product is designed to attach to a surface, or if it’s only intended to hang like a curtain.
The Audioseal Clear Barrier can be hung like a curtain as pictured, or attached to a surface – (the barrier is traditionally installed within a wall during construction, stapled to the studs). The barrier does not absorb sound however. It blocks sound transmission, so unless your goal is to keep noise from leaving or entering your window, this is probably not the best product for your noise issue. If you are looking to reduce echo inside of a room, attaching sound absorbing materials to the walls and ceiling are a better move. These include panels, foam, acoustical ceiling tiles, and acoustical blankets. The only way to reduce reverberation off of the window specifically, I’m afraid, requires covering it with something non-transparent.
Brandon Siewert – April 28, 2015:
Could the Audioseal Transparent Mass be used on the underside of an exposed metal deck?
You could apply AudioSeal barrier in many ways, but you have to consider if it is the best solution for your particular noise issue. If you are trying to stop the transmission of structure borne noise like footfall or vibration in the actual deck, damping products would work better. This barrier would be better for airborne noise like speech or music. Here are links to our damping sheets and damping compound.
Please call in and speak with one of our Architectural Sales Reps who will be able to make better product recommendations based on a more detailed description of your noise issue: 1-800-782-5742
Sean Steeg – April 28, 2015:
Are there vertical lines across the whole sheet as in the picture? The description makes it sounds as though the barrier is totally transparent, but the picture gives a different impression.
The barrier is transparent, the picture only looks like there are lines because it was cut into strips so objects can move through it.
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