JL Components industrial sound enclosures or “noise enclosures” are custom made per your requirements. From the type of metal used to the fasteners, we can accomodate spec fan motors, foam density/thickness...the options are endless!
Provide us with the length, width, and height of your equipment and we will custom design an enclosure. Standard features include aluminum construction, Stainless bolt-on lift-off door hinges, zinc plated lifting lugs and door handles, convolute foam, acoustically engineered airbox, weather drip edge, chrome plated grab handles, and four-doors that lift off for easy equipment access.
Since our experienced engineers calculate the heat-load of the equipment being enclosed, there is no guesswork if the equipment will be safe during peak operation. We offer heaters which can be controlled in conjunction with the fan to protect the equipment for both summer and winter operation. Equipment can be located outside the manufacturing area and be protected from the elements.
We believe aluminum sound enclosures are superior to painted carbon steel enclosures, plastic modular sound panels, and fiberglass covers. Our 5052 marine grade aluminum does not rust or require coating or painting like steel does. It is corrosion proof and it is more durable in caustic and coastal environments. Aluminum effectively dissipates heat compared to absorbant steel products. Plastics/polymers break down over time, whereas aluminum transitions between hot and cold environments. Since it is a softer metal, it allows for both sound absorption and reflection back inside the enclosure.
Is your equipment large in size?
We can custom engineer a modular tube frame enclosure.
We construct our modular noise enclosure frame with 6063 aluminum tubing and heavy duty fasteners. The skin is 1/8" thick 5052 aluminum. You can choose from the standard convolute foam or optional 3" or 4" flat foam. We also offer mineral wool covered with perforated galvanized metal.
Modular units typically ship unassembled on skids. These modular noise enclosures can be assembled with a team of 2-3 workers in a couple hours. Typically you won't need an industrial lift or crane.