Sound Seal acquires IAC Acoustics

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Agawam, Mass.—Sound Seal has acquired New York-based industrial noise control expert IAC Acoustics. This acquisition will further broaden Sound Seal’s noise control product and solution offering to its distribution partners as well as expand its reach into additional markets and industry applications.

“With the acquisition of Industrial Noise Control (INC) in 2014, Sound Seal expanded our offering to include high performance acoustic metal solutions, manufactured in our 55,000-square-foot facility located in North Aurora, Ill.,” said Joe Lupone, CEO of Sound Seal. “Today’s acquisition of IAC Acoustics significantly increases both our manufacturing capabilities and the breadth of rigid metal noise control systems available to Sound Seal customers.”

Like INC, IAC Acoustics will become a division of Sound Seal and continue to offer its noise control system products, including HVAC silencers, acoustic louvers, sound control architectural doors and windows and sound proof rooms.

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