IAC Acoustics Blog

IAC Acoustics supplied a hemi-anechoic testing facility that met all the customer requirements for sound transmission loss, and acoustic absorption requirements.

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Dyno Test Cells
Dyno Test Cell Nostrum

IAC Acoustics provides test cell for high-performance automotive testing within business campus

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IAC Acoustics designs and manufactures acoustic testing facilities to meet a large range of requirements.  Some frequently used standards that summarize the acoustic performance requirements of the test facilities are summarized here, along with links to relevant product information.

Relevant testing standard information with regard to IAC Acoustic Systems.

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2021 brought about NEW products, case studies, videos and webinars...BUT...rest assured we still have some NEW things on the horizon in 2022. Until we're ready to announce next year's NEWs, here's a recap of 2021.

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IAC Acoustics was recently requested to replace wedges in a fully anechoic room for NASA at the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. 

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Adding to their highly effective Reverb Rooms category of products, Macrodyne® Hardliner VRT™ Rooms are available in a wide array of room sizes and adjustable panel options to ensure that even the most demanding product testing requirements are achievable. 

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IAC Acoustics recently provided a PlanarCHOIC Chamber for an HVAC component manufacturer who designs, engineers and manufactures residential and commercial fans and blowers for a diverse range of industries.

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IAC Acoustics, a leading brand of noise control products and solutions serving the industrial, commercial, architectural, and construction industries, is pleased to introduce the Super Noise-Lock® Sliding Door.

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IAC Acoustics, a leading brand of metal noise control products and solutions serving the industrial, commercial, architectural, and construction industries, is pleased to introduce INC Dyno Shell™ Ventilation Enclosures.

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Black Gold Harley-Davidson is a leading motorcycle dealer in Dallas, TX. In 2020, Black Gold was ready for a state-of-the-art Dyno test cell room to support the purchase of their Dynojet dynamometer system.

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IAC Acoustics Announces the Release of Noishield® Continuline Sound Barrier

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Progress Rail, a Caterpillar Company, had an issue with locomotive engines that was two-fold: they needed noise reduction while still providing proper ventilation to the engines. They enlisted the help of IAC Acoustics to find a viable solution.

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In the spring of 2019, IAC Acoustics partnered with C. Erickson and Sons, Inc who had been contracted directly by the university to provide construction service related to the renovation of  University of the Arts (UArts) located in Center City, Philadelphia.

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IAC Acoustics was recently featured in the September 2020 edition of RetroFit Magazine.  This article covers the work done at Saint David's School in New York City

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IAC was there to provide our expertise as well as our worldclass Noise-Lock doors and windows. During the two-year design and planning phase, IAC worked closely with architects, Gensler, and acoustical consultants, The Sextant Group.

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In 2018, Test-Tech was ready for a state-of-the-art upgrade, and IAC Acoustics was there to help. IAC partnered with O’Neill Engineered Systems and Lube-Tech’s Engineering Manager, Denny Swanson, to meet the complex requirements of this multi-room dyno test facility.

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In an effort to comply with OSHA’s hearing conservation requirements, a national distribution center needed to reduce its employee noise exposure significantly. IAC Acoustics was there to help.

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IAC Acoustics is pleased to introduce the Noise-Lock® STC 43 architectural door.

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IAC Acoustics recently completed a Noishield Cladding panel project for Target's Coral Springs Super-Store. A key consideration for Target's site development included shielding Coral Springs residents from loading dock noise.

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Isolating people is typically done when personnel require substantial protection from excessive noise levels.

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