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Method and apparatus for acoustical partition










Image Number 5 for United States Patent #5418340.

A new and improved method and apparatus for an acoustical partition are presented. The acoustical partition comprises a wall section defining an enclosed space, a frame structure contained within the wall section, and an insulation layer contained within the frame structure such that an air cavity is created at the centermost area within the wall section. The acoustical partition may also include a sound absorption layer placed on a front side of the wall section, and a fabric layer positioned over the sound absorption layer in such a way as to provide an airspace between the sound absorption layer and the fabric layer.








 
 
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