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    Noise insulation materials from Peace & Quiet Insulation

    Peace & Quiet Insulation

    Peace & Quiet Insulation  offers a wide range of noise insulation materials. Some of the noise insulation materials available from Peace & Quiet Insulation include:

    Soft fibre absorption

    Insulfeece: New Australian wool insulation rolls with twice the acoustic properties of man-made fibres.

    Polyroll: Polyester rolls, pads and batts in a wide range of densities, thicknesses and widths to suit all acoustic applications.

    Acoustic barriers

    NuWave: Australian made and owned range of acoustic barriers in a wide range of densities, types and sizes - Acoustic underlays, isolating and impact foams and panels for timber, concrete, tile and carpet floors. Pipe and duct lag and all other noise control materials.

    Reverb noise absorption

    PQ panels: Absorb reverb noise within studios, restaurants and bars, conference and board-rooms, school, church and public halls and all enclosed spaces where reverb noise needs reducing.

    Secondary windows
    Magnetite: Modern acrylic based glazing system.

    Acoustic door and window seals
    Lorient: Acoustic sealing system for wide range of door assemblies give sound transmission
    loss from Rw 29 to 42.

    Pipe, plant and duct lag
    NuWrap5 Lag: Rolls and the new efficient pre-cut flats, straights, bends, junctions and traps to quickly and effectively lag all waste pipes. This lag meets BCA requirements.

    Acoustic downlight covers
    NuWrap5: Especially designed covers neatly fit over a wide range of downlight sizes to prevent noise from passing through ceilings to floors above and to reduce fire risk.

    Aircon and other plant enclosures
    P&Q build enclosures to reduce A/C, pool, compressor and other mechanical noise to meet BCA and EPA requirements.

    Eco friendly floor, wall and roof insulation
    All Australian made and owned E-Therm bi-metallic foam for acoustic and thermal insulation.

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