Highlights from a Year Filled with Many High Points
2022 ushered in some change and successes at IAC. As we look back on this year, we can’t help but remember all that we accomplished. Read on for some select highlights.
5 AMAZING INSTALLATIONS
….among countless others
In 2022, we completed an array of successful project installations across the country, five of which were detailed in the below case studies:
- INC Chassis Dyno Test Cell installation | Nostrum High Performance
- Hemi-Anechoic Chamber | Laitram
- Acoustic test enclosure | Fisher Dynamics
- Noise-Lock doors and windows | Community College of Philadelphia |
- Noise-Lock doors | The Foundry
These installations and more are featured on our website. If you have an interesting project that you believe should be featured, we’d love to hear from you for the chance to collaborate and tell your story.
With travel restrictions largely lifted, we were happy to have the opportunity to attend five industry tradeshows including AHR Expo and NAB in Las Vegas, Nevada, Noise-Con in Lexington, Kentucky (pictured here), HearTech in St. Louis, Missouri, and the NCAC annual meeting in Tucson, Arizona!
We had a great time seeing so many familiar faces and are looking forward to reconnecting in 2023.
LOOKING AHEAD TO 2023
We’re looking forward to introducing some exciting new products to the market in 2023, expanding our current line-up, while also celebrating our tried-and-true products from previous years: Noishield Continuline Sound Barriers, INC Dyno Shell, Super Noise-Lock Sliding Doors, and Macrodyne Hardliner VRT Rooms.
News of these launches will be communicated via email and social media, with webinars scheduled throughout the year. To be among the first to hear about our company news and product launches, consider subscribing to our email distribution list or following us on social media.
From all of as IAC, we hope you have a wonderful holiday season with your loved ones and a very Happy New Year!
Please note: IAC Acoustics will be closed Friday 12/23, Monday 12/26, and Monday 1/2 in observance of the Christmas and New Year’s holidays.