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Price Elbow Silencers are designed to provide a solution to undesirable noise in short runs of ductwork, with the additional benefit of improved mid frequency insertion loss, provided by the 90° bend.

Commonly used in hospital applications, film lined silencers are designed with a thin polymer film liner that protects the acoustic media from moisture and airborne contaminants that may be present in the air stream. Film lined silencers use the same internal geometry as standard rectangular elbow silencers as well as an acoustic standoff between the film liner and the perforated metal to ensure that acoustic performance is maintained.

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  • Acoustic Panel Brochure

    Brochures

    This brochure outlines Price's Acoustic Panels for Enclosures, Plenums and Barriers. Learn more about using panels to provide practical and effective noise control solutions.

  • Noise Control Product Overview

    Brochures

    This brochure provides a brief overview of Price's Noise Control product offering including silencers, air transfer silencers, acoustic panels & enclosures and acoustical louvers.

  • Noise Control Case Study Library

    Case Studies

    This case study library highlights the different types of Price Noise Control products including: standard, custom and air transfer silencers, acoustic panels and acoustic enclosures in several building applications. Projects include: • Mercy Hospital Joplin • Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP • Salt Lake City Public Safety Building • Polsinelli PC Headquarters

  • Silencers & Panels Engineering Guide

    Engineering Guides

  • Noise Control - East US & Canada

    Representative Project Lists

    A representative list of projects across the Eastern regions of the US and Canada, organized by application type.

  • Noise Control - West US

    Representative Project Lists

    A representative list of projects across the Western regions of the US, organized by application type.

  • Architectural Acoustics 101

    Architect Focused Webinars

    June 2014 - The presentation will provide you with a solid overview of building acoustics, including a basic overview of sound, relevant terminology, and design considerations to properly address noise. Specific topics of interest include noise isolation, sound absorption, LEED considerations, and industry accepted guidelines.

  • Building Acoustics - Designing for Optimal Environments

    Engineer Focused Webinars

    April 2016 – This presentation will explore methods for reducing indoor and outdoor mechanical noise transmission, beginning with a brief discussion on the importance of noise, typical requirements and common paths. Various topics will be discussed including background noise, sound power vs pressure, and ductwork as well as specific solutions for common mechanical equipment applications.

  • Strategies for Reducing Mechanical Noise

    Engineer Focused Webinars

    July 2014 - Unwanted noise wins the crown for most frequent occupant complaint in a variety of building types including healthcare facilities and LEED projects. This webinar will discuss a range of flexible strategies for addressing noise and the many challenges it presents.

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