SOUNDLAG 4525C acoustic pipe lag spearheads the comprehensive range of noise control materials offered by Pyrotek Soundguard , a division of Pyrotek.
Soundlag 4525C was developed by acoustic engineers, working from National Acoustic Laboratories test results, into a system designed to meet the Building Code's STC 45 requirement, achieving up to 25dB(A) insertion loss from hydraulic and waste pipework.
The easy-to-install system is said to out-perform other acoustic lagging composites made of much heavier loaded vinyl, whose stiffness makes them harder to work.
The same hi-tech approach by the Soundguard development team has achieved cost-effective performance for all other acoustic insulation needs as well.
Wavebar Soundbaffle, for example, blocks traffic, aircraft and even lower-frequency noises. It is easy to cut, wrap and shape and its high tear resistance eliminates the need for frames to support draped expanses of the product.
The Silentstep acoustic underlay silences footfalls for "quiet zones" such as offices and professional rooms.
SoundSorber Foam is ideal for lining office equipment enclosures.
SoundPaint is used on timber or metal floors.
SoundPad vibration dampening sheet stops tinning and ringing through thin panels such as air-conditioning units, generator and other enclosures.
Finally there's the new Sylomer range of vibration isolation technologies used to isolate buildings from the vibrations of nearby railways, traffic corridors and heavy industry.
Soundguard also provides technical advice and support, from project planning right through to installation.