We participated in a national survey to determine the best material for reducing noise during pilot training.
We proposed the Low Frequency Material and received a purchase order for a prototype set of blankets.
As the test data is confidential to the Air Force, we are unable to present the results.
However, additional sets have been ordered for the same application and the material is functioning as projected. The
client presented a list of 12 material attributes that were imperative for the material to function properly in application.
The photograph shows the composite just prior to final finishing phase.
In addition to designing a composite that meets rigorous acoustic parameters, the Low Frequency Material composites
can be sized to fit any existing architecture or structure. As the panels can be either rigid or flexible, there are multiple
installation methods that permit good fit into specific environments.