Vibration Isolation

Seismic and Wind Restraint

Floors, Ceilings, and Walls

Create Quiet

Room Acoustics

Improve Sound

Airflow Attenuation

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Kinetics Engineering Services

Introducing Kinetics Engineering Services

Kinetics Noise Control's multi-disciplined engineering team understands the complex nature of many of our client’s noise and vibration problems. Our engineering services are built on over 200 years of collective experience and the expertise to develop the best solution for the problem at hand. Learn More

Engineering Services Webinar: Join Lee Chiddention, HVAC Market Manager, and Tom Yuschak, VP of Engineering, on Wednesday, March 10 at 3 PM EST to learn more about Kinetics Engineering services.

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  • Introducing Kinetics HealthGuard Antiseptic Acoustical Panel
  • HealthGuard products feature antimicrobial and bleach cleanable finishes that assist in combating the spread of viruses and bacteria, including the novel coronavirus. Engineered for physical and mental well-being; acoustical comfort meets microbial transmission prevention.
  • Introducing Kinetics Redesigned Vibration Isolation Rail, KSR 2.0
  • The KSR 2.0 features an improved design with fewer components than the original KSR, a pre-installed weather strip, and pre-compressed springs so that rails will be installed at their operational height. It’s extremely easy to install with factory assembled parts and has integrated seismic and wind restraints that do not require additional labor to install.


Company Overview
Kinetics Noise Control, Inc. was established in 1958 as industrial consultants focused on controlling sound and vibration, Kinetics now produces the industry’s largest selection of products and solutions that control airborne noise, isolate structure-borne vibration, enhance room acoustics, create quiet spaces, and restrain non-structural building systems.



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