Acoustic Walls and ceilings
Fire Rated Acoustic Insulators & Absorbers
Acoustic lagging sheets
With Anji Engineering Solutions, we support the customers and provide them with the best acoustic equipment which has emerged as the lifeline in different industries. The efforts of the team show up in every product that we design and the focus remains on their requirements and preferences in every respect. With complete assurance about the quality of products, customers have posed their trust on the Acoustic Products of this India based company over the years. Over the period the company has expanded its range of products and is into innovation at every stage. In fact, the company also represents some of the best brands of engineering products and we have a list of customers that have provided acclaim to our strategic approach to work.
Why Choosing Us
The company has moved on with the expertise of some of the best professionals in the field of engineering which has the ability to embark on a new path. Anji Engineering Solutions is has associated itself with some of the most famous projects and it is not surprising that it intends to bring in better projects which lies in the pipeline. It is one of the leading providers of Acoustic Products which is used in different industries. Initiating the operations just a few days back, we have created a thrust with our products and services.
Noishield and Slimshield acoustic louvers from IAC Acoustics reduce noise pollution from plant cooling towers, boiler rooms, and air handling systems in all types of buildings, including power stations, chemical treatment plants and offshore applications. Our acoustic louver solutions from will help to combat environmental noise problems that affect mixed, commercial and residential areas. Our acoustic louver panels and acoustic grilles reduce noise from a wide variety of applications that include:
We design and manufacture duct attenuators in response to specific requirements from acoustical consultants, consulting engineers, owners and contractors. Our duct silencers provide the most economical choice for solving the wide diversity of noise control problems encountered in HVAC engineering.
IAC standard rectangular duct attenuator cross sections range from 150mm x 150mm (6in. x 6in.) to 1200mm x 1200mm (48in. x 48in.). For small mains, branches and duct run outs there are module sizes to fit every need. When large silencer banks are required, multiple-module assemblies can be arranged to provide almost limitless dimensional flexibility.
Acoustic Drainage Pipe
Our drainage system is engineered to meet the demands of the increased call for acoustic systems over the past decade.
This triple-layer pipe system is easy to install, with specially developed co-polymer polypropylene layers and acoustically engineered fittings that effectively dampen both airborne noise and sound transmitted through the building structure. It's especially well-suited to large, multi-occupancy buildings such as apartment developments, student accommodation and hotels.
It can be used both in new developments and in refurbishment projects. It's highly resistant to impact, even at low temperatures, and has demonstrated excellent resistance to corrosion across a wide range of chemical agents and temperatures.
Features & Benefits
Acoustic doors are engineered to prevent a specific amount of sound from passing through a door. They have been common in loud environments such as manufacturing facilities and music studios for decades. But they are growing increasingly popular in office buildings too. A few benefits of a quieter workplace include higher productivity, less sick time, and higher employee retention.
Acoustic Doors Reduce Sound Transmission
The professional capability of an acoustic door is not limited to locations where the sound is a premium - they reduce sound transmission, which can be effective in many other environments. For example, they can be useful for creating privacy and eliminating sounds in hospitals, retirement homes, lecture halls, offices, and sports halls, as well as for hotels and accommodation. The need for privacy in domestic situations also means that acoustic doors can be installed to improve the privacy of individual flats or apartments within a building. Particularly since 2003, although not regulated, private buildings are expected to address reasonable noise transmission within the walls. As such, the thickness of the walls combined with the application of a steel acoustic door can produce effective noise control, reducing noise complaints and resulting in harmonious neighborhoods.
Steel Acoustic Doors Offer Security
A key feature of acoustic doors is that they double up as security doors. Music studios need to contain sound in order to provide the cleanest sounding recordings. The ability to isolate each instrument leads to cleaner production. Additionally, these are places with an extremely high inventory of niche and expensive equipment. This means that their equipment runs the risk of being stolen. A steel door provides the dual benefit of reducing noise transmission and protecting the space it closes off.
With an acoustic steel door in place, any music studio, recording studio, radio or television premises is covering their insurance by ensuring that the contents are protected. This extends to private premises also: anywhere that omits noise, requires privacy and/or holds valuables is worth acoustic door consideration. Each door we make is bespoke, meaning that you can add additional safety features such as coded locking, limiting accessibility to code holders only. The need for privacy in domestic situations also means that acoustic doors can be installed to improve the privacy of individual flats or apartments within a building. Particularly since 2003, although not regulated, private buildings are expected to address reasonable noise transmission within the walls. As such, the thickness of the walls combined with the application of a steel acoustic door can produce effective noise control, reducing noise complaints and resulting in harmonious neighborhoods.