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Acoustic enclosures

Floating floors, floating ceilings, and floating walls refers to a means of vibrationally isolating these structures from the surrounding construction.

Sound is transmitted through vibrations into spaces where noise is not welcome. Performance halls, rehearsal rooms, broadcast and recording studios and acoustic test enclosures are typically spaces that require vibration isolation. The vibration isolation materials are designed and furnished by Envirotech Systems by adding one layer of 25m thickness vibration pad and 40 mm thickness protection layer of fine sand reinforced concrete,25 mm Thickness Wooden Ply floor impact sound can be reduced 18Db. Nontoxic, aging resistance, damp proof and anti moth Install wood floor, floor tiles and carpets directly on the surface.

Standard size: 10000 x1000mm,9mm/19mm/25mm.

The Use Effect
The noise insulation index of the floor slab is improved greatly; footstep from upstairs and impact sound is eliminated.

Applied For Residence, Hotel, Schools, Night Club Ballroom, Hospital, Office building, Recording Room, Studio, Industrial Workshop.


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The Polycarbonate Noise Barriers' work was completed by Envirotech in a good manner and also according to our specifications.
Shree Cement Limited  ....

Acoustic Enclosure supplied by Envirotech, has fulfilled CPCB Norms without affecting DG set performance.
PepsiCo India Holding Pvt. Ltd  ....

The Noise Test Booth designed by Envirotech (ESL) has acieved the desired noise level i.e 35 dB(A) in side the chamber.
Maruti Suzuki Limited  ....

The design of Anechoic Chamber has fulfill our requirement & no echo generation was found inside the chamber .
Dongyong  ....


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