- A. True pantograph frames are constructed from 3/16″  diameter steel rod welded to 14-gauge , reinforced steel hinge plates for a smooth, even opening and closing action.
- B. Wheel carriers are heat-treated steel trolleys with nylon covered, ball-bearing wheels for quiet, vibration free operation.
- C. Chrome finished steel handles provide a sure grip and positive closing action for ease of door movement.
- D. A strong 1/8″  thick steel finger latch grabs the receiver and locks the door into the closed position.
- E. Anchor posts of 14-guage , roll formed steel ensure longitudinal rigidity and proper door alignment.
- F. Seam-free covers have a smooth and seamless appearance. The unique internal mounting design allows the covers to be attached without unsightly horizontal seams or external buttons. Soundproof Accordion Doors, a division of All Noise Control, offers a wide range of colors and textures in standard 21-ounce vinyl or optional acoustical carpet.
- G. The layered design combines two to ten layers of dissimilar materials to achieve the desired acoustical rating. H. Sweep strips mounted on both sides of the doors provide a light and sound barrier at the ceiling and floor.
Color and Finish Selection
A construction company in Orlando, FL wanted to turn one of their module trailers into a training facility for all the contractors that were working on the construction site, they turned to Soundproofing Accordion Doors, a division of All Noise Control.
They approached us with what they wanted to do and a list of specs and questions that our team was effectively ready to analyze and respond to. The construction company wanted something that was moveable, sturdy, and soundproof between the two groups as they were doing their training.
Our team recommended an Accordion Door with an STC of 40. We explained that STC stood for “Sound Transmission Control” and that the higher the STC, the better the product would be at absorbing and/or blocking sound. Our team configured that an STC of 40 would be appropriate for a training facility setting that consisted of a good amount of “chatter”, video presentations, and other productive sound.
Upon the installation, the construction company was extremely satisfied with the ability the separate the training facility and also to be able to hold two different groups with different training requirements. They were also very satisfied with the small amount of sound between the two sides.