Ship body

From the engine compartment and hull, noise and vibrations can often easily move to the ship's superstructure. This may be due to a poorly insulated floor, but this may also be due to the fact that noise does not go away. The "trapped sound" then creates a buzzing sound and is experienced as pressure on the ears, especially with smaller wheelhouses this is the case. But how can this problem be solved? Here are 4 ways to:

  • Sound isolation
    With sound insulation you keep sound inside or outside a room. When keeping noise out, think of engine noise in your boat. Sound insulation is applied when noise needs to be stopped. From outside to inside, inside to outside or between two rooms or compartments.

  • Sound absorption
    Position of sound absorption reduces the noise level in a room. This will make the space in your craft sound better.

  • Vibration isolation
    By using vibration dampers, decoupling plates or decoupling strips, you ensure that vibrations that can cause resonances (audible as contact noise) are not transmitted to a structure.
  • Ontdreuning
    The use of anti-drumming materials dampens vibrations in a sheet material. Due to the flexible and elastic properties, the vibration is not propagated further and is not returned to the vibrating sheet material. And this will mute the sound.

Choose below which solution best suits your problem. Then we will help you further in the search for the most suitable product to solve your insulation problem.

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