Acoustical Sound Panels with Custom Artwork
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Example of Pricing: The example used is Chalk on Transparent Fabric on Sound Board
This piece took approximatley 12 hours to build
Cost is based on Artists Time @ $ 78.75 per hour
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(1) 1/2" - 4' x 8' Sound Panel Board $ 131.85
(1) Roll Transparent Fabic Mesh $ 98.95
(1) Wooden Frame Assembly $ 98.97
(1) Art by Ruth $ 1,945.00
Total (for this piece) $ 2,274.77
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*StC stands for Sound Transmission Class, which is a measurement used to express the sound transmission loss through a wall assembly. An STC rating of 30 represents a sound transmission loss of 30 dB. Humans perceive a loss of 10 dB as a 50% reduction of sound. According to the Gypsum Association, an unimproved wall constructed of 2" x 4" framing and 1⁄2" gypsum on both sides has an STC rating of 30. The same wall with 1⁄2" SoundChoice added to both sides has an STC rating of 39. Other assemblies highlighted here provide even greater performance. Custom Sound Absorbing Panels
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Sound Absorbing Panels in Stage Door Performing Arts Theatre'
Ruth took the colors from the Theatre' Seating and Wall Colors to make the Sound Panels
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Ruth Israel Panel Art
Ruth Israel Sound Panels
Ruth took the colors of the room to create her Panel Design
Ruth Israel Sound Panels
Ruth's Panels are behind the Seating Area
Ruth Israel Sound Panels 
.... and on the side walls for Sound Absorbtion
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Select Sound Acoustic Board
Section 09820

Part 1         General

1.1              Section Includes

A.                Acoustical Board Material – “Select Sound Acoustic Board”

1.2              Related Sections

A.                Section 03000 – Cast-in-place Concrete: Surface attachment to concrete walls or deck for improved sound absorption.

B.                Section 04200 – Masonry Units: Surface attachment to masonry wall for improved sound absorption.

C.                Section 05300 – Metal Decking: Surface attachment to underside of metal deck for improved sound absorption.

D.                Section 09500 – Acoustical Metal Ceilings: Sound-absorptive core material for perforated metal suspend ceiling systems.

E.                Section 09260 – Gypsum Board Assemblies: Surface attachment to gypsum board partitions for improved sound absorption.

1.1              Product Description

A.                SelectSound Acoustic Board is a lightweight and resilient insulation material with a mat faced finish that can be used for eliminating sound and light reflections or for preventing insulation from showing through most surface treatments.

B.                SelectSound Acoustic Board is excellent for multiplex theaters and other cinematic spaces, yet can also be used for Performance Spaces, Churches, Museums, Amusement Parks, Sports Complexes, Sound Studios and any other project where a non-reflective finished surface and good Acoustical performance is required.

1.1              References

A.                ASTM C423 – Test Method for Sound Absorption and Sound  Absorption Coefficients by the Reverberation Room Method.

B.                ASTM C165 – Test for Measuring Compressive Properties of Thermal Insulations.

C.               ASTM E84 – Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials.

D.              ASTM C553, Type I – Specification for Mineral Fiber Board Thermal Insulation for  Commercial and Industrial Applications.

E.             ASTM C1104 – Test Method for Determining the Water Vapor Sorption of Unfaced Mineral Fiber Insulation.

F.            ASTM C1338 – Standard Test Method for Determining Fungi Resistance of Insulation Materials and Facings.

G.           ASTM C665 – Standard Specification for Mineral-Fiber Board Thermal Insulation for Light Frame Construction and Manufactured Housing.

1.1             Performance Requirements

A.               Product shall be available in standard thickness of 1”, 2” and 4”.  All thicknesses shall have a Standard density of 3.0 pcf.

B.     SelectSound Acoustic Board shall be available in 24” x 48” and 48” x 96” standard sizes. Pre-cut sizes up to 48” x 96” shall also be available upon request

A.                Product shall be dimensionally stable with no capability for shrinking or warping.

B.                Product shall have a resilient composition with good resistance to damage from job-site impact.

C.                Product shall be composed of inorganic glass fibers.

D.                Product’s mat face shall be able to be cleaned by vacuuming.

E.                Product shall not be susceptible to rot or mildew contamination.

F.                 Product shall not cause corrosion greater than caused by sterile cotton to steel and aluminum, when tested in accordance with ASTM C665.

G.                Acoustical Performance (Tested to ASTM C423, Type A mounting)

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