Noise Barriers Expands QuietSwing™ Door Line
QuietSwing™ Doors Meet the Most Exacting Requirements
Noise Barriers,, a leading manufacturer of architectural and industrial noise control products and systems, announced today the availability of new additions to its current QuietSwing™ Door line. Its latest products, the STC 48, STC 50, STC 51, STC 52, and STC 54 sound control doors enhance their current product offering with improved performance and higher levels of noise control. These products are designed for new construction or renovation of any area where sound control is an issue.
"We've been listening to the consultants and designers and we have developed many new high performance product offerings. We are excited to add these doors to our line-up. Our research and development department has made significant advances to our door design which has allowed them to meet the current testing requirements of ASTM E90-09, in independent NVLAP labs," said John Finnegan, of Noise Barriers, LLC. "And we have done so within our current 2½" and 3½" thick platforms."
QuietSwing™ doors are completely factory assembled including the installation of both sets of magnetic seals, all hardware, and glazing if required. The fixed frame or split frame system allows for ease of installation for a wide range of site requirements. The QuietSwing™ specialty doors include heavy duty, blast/pressure-resistant, or fire-rated construction. QuietSwing™ doors are available in single-leaf, double-leaf, bi-fold, and pivot configurations, or can be custom designed to the exact size and configuration suitable for the most demanding architectural or industrial applications.
About Noise Barriers
Since 2003, Noise Barriers, has been a leading manufacturer of acoustical sound control products for the noise and vibration control industry. The NBL product family currently includes: architectural doors, industrial doors, windows, barrier systems, absorption panels, complete enclosure systems, and specialty products. These products will meet the highest quality standards. Better still, our manufacturing capabilities allow us to handle custom projects with the same ease as standard products. Please contact Noise Barriers or your local NBL Representative for the latest drawings and test reports.
Imlay City High School in Imlay City Michigan needed a high STC rated sliding door to separate the scene shop from the stage.
Sound control doors for a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility project at a US Air Force Base. The name of the facility is classified and cannot be shared. The project required sound control doors that met ICD/ICS 705, Version 1.4 calling for Sound Group 3 and Sound Group 4 rating.
The MIND Laboratory space consists of modular acoustically treated and electrically shielded chambers constructed from pre-engineered QuietGuard Modular panel systems including wall and ceiling panels, QuietSwing doors, QuietLite windows, and QuietAir silenced ventilation systems.
Telemundo's contractor, Restorations Unlimited contacted Noise Barriers' local rep, Tony Handley of Hollywood, Florida. to assist with sound stage doors.
The Homeland Security Training Center (HTC) is a 39,714 sq ft training facility that reached out to Noise Barriers o address two main issues including noise control and safety related to the firing range.