Acoustic gaskets are generally used when sound plays a major role in the applications. Now, gaskets are primarily used to provide a tight seal between two surfaces or objects, but they can achieve much more than that. The applications for gaskets are endless, and they are without a doubt a major factor in the performance of the end product. Custom acoustic gaskets can create better sound, more sound, less sound depending on whether or not the application needs to be better sounding or less noisy more or less.
With sound, you get vibration. Vibration can be very damaging, especially when it comes to expensive equipment like speaker or subwoofer gaskets for example. There are specific materials in the market that can prevent vibration internally and externally that will produce high quality results, and keep the end product running better, and longer. Pressure Sensitive Adhesive can be applied to these gaskets as well.
Custom Acoustic Gaskets are ideal for:
- Sound absorption
- Vibration dampening
- Sound barrier protection
Common Applications for Acoustic Gaskets:
- Speaker enclosures
- Sound proofing
- Automotive insulation
- Theater rooms
- Sound rooms
- Heavy machinery
- Manufacturing warehouses
Common materials used for Acoustical Gasketing include:
- Closed Cell Sponge
- Acoustic Foam
- Perforated Vinyl
- Metalized Mylar
- Reticulated Urethane Foam
- Polyester Foam
We will work with your team to develop high quality, cost-effective solutions specific to your application. Visit our materials page for more specific information on these various materials. We would be happy to send material samples to you for any product testing you may have.
By employing specialized equipment and providing full-service solutions—from design assistance and prototyping, to acquiring and working with cutting-edge, preferred materials—SRP stands out as a leader in custom gasket fabrication and die and dieless cutting services.
SRP’s dedicated engineers are available to provide their expertise to assist you with your next project and help you obtain top-quality materials for parts and components that meet your exact specifications.
For more information you can reach SRP at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-333-6233.