Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Computer Rack Noise?

Loud computer racks can have an adverse affect on worker productivity.   NetWell's QBS Sound Barrier Blankets hold computer noise to within a contained area, while NetWell's acoustic Pyramids Plus acoustic panels reduce the pressure being trapped.  A great one-two punch to lower excessive noise caused by computer racks.  1-800-638-9355.

Thursday, May 5, 2016

Tackable Sound Panels

Ideal for classrooms, music rooms, daycare centers, office cubicles and more, NetWell's acoustic FabricTack Sound Panels can double as bulletin boards.   Ideal for controlling excessive noise levels with sound panels installed lower on perimeter walls.   For more informaiton, check the FabricTack Panels at NetWell Noise Control!

FabricTack Panels at NetWell Noise Control. 1-800-638-9355.

Sunday, April 10, 2016

Sound Panel Thickness

NetWell's Fabric Panels absorb echoes in a variety of settings.   Use 2" thick panels in music rooms with drums, bass guitars, oboes, cellos and tubas.   Use 1" thick panels in rooms filled primarily with human voice.   Thicker panels perform better with low frequency noise.

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Restaurant Noise

Brick, block, concrete, marble, tile, tin, glass, wood, granite and drywall.   These surfaces commonly found in a restaurant combine to absorb an avereage 5% of the echo at your favorite eatery.  NetWell Fabric Panels absorb up to 80% of the same echo.  

Sunday, March 20, 2016

Got Foot Noise?

For common floor/ceiling assembly noise, layer FloorFighter beneath your finished flooring surface.   Available in 4'x25' rolls.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

NetWell Sound Curtains

For our industrial clients out there, ALWAYS we start with the concept of controlling excessive levels of noise with our Sound Curtain systems.   Why?  These blanket systems block directional sound and mitigate up to 80% of your decibel level exposure.   Call NetWell today to discover our QBS Blankets!  1-800-638-9355.

Friday, April 10, 2015

Conference Room Acoustics

Conference Rooms are notorious for poor interior room acoustics, which in turn can threaten the productivity of business meetings held within the space.   By placing a set of decorative sound panels in the room, echoes can be captured, thus collapsing background noise, and deliverying greater clarity back to original sound.   As you can see in this image, the panels can be installed as decorative Ceiling Clouds designed to "float" mechanically out over the room to produce this effect.   The key to the success of the treatment is to ensure that you do not under treat the room.   To determine the appropriate amount of paneling for your conference room, a complimentary Room Analysis is available at NetWell Noise Control.
Control Conference Room Acoustics with Ceiling Clouds