Sound Lagging Service
"Sound Pipe Lagging" - is a common term used for soundproofing sanitary and storm water pipes primarily to reduce the excessive noise caused by the turbulent flow inside the pipes by approximately 25.2dB(A).
Usually, the noise generated along with its specific decibel levels primarily depends on the type of material transporting within it. These resulting noises and movements intensifies the vibrations in the pipes and unfortunately works to decrease its structure’s lifespan.
Our acoustic lagging services and offered products serves as a high -performance noise shielding material featuring mass loaded flexible vinyl bonded to the soil facing along with a decoupling layer. The purpose of this is to deter noise resulting out of valves, fan housings, pipes and ductwork in domestic/commercial/industrial establishments.
Due to their unique and impressive construction, acoustic pipe lagging often serve both as a noise deterrent as well as a quality noise absorber. Its highly dense and flexible mass layer delivers exceptional noise reduction feature, where as its decoupling layer disrupts the vibration path between the mass barrier and the substrate. Doing this allows the vinyl wrap to stay as flexible as possible to augment the pipe’s overall performance.
Furthermore; its exterior foil facing even lends adequate resistance against fire and extremely cold temperatures.
The Team At Melbourne Laggers Has Vast Experience In Pipe Acoustic pipe lagging
With years of field knowledge about acoustic pipe lagging; we as your reliable lagging specialists near you strive to deliver tailored acoustic pipe lagging services suiting your needs and budget.
We serve the needs of all the sectors in and across our target location. And always make it a point to adhere to the laid down NCC – National Construction Code whenever delivering acoustic pipe services to each of our service-seeking clients.
Our acoustic sound lagging services helps mitigate noise from these above/ ground pipe applications such as –
- Rainwater pipes
- Wastewater pipes
- Stream pipes
- Pneumatic pipes
- And hydraulic pipes