Bespoke Acoustic Components

Bespoke Acoustic Trim-Part Components

In this Blog Series, we present Ventac’s bespoke acoustic trim-part components. These components, which include the acoustic Floor Mat and Headliner, are utilised by our vast range of customers for different applications.

The Floor Mat and Headliner components are used especially by our Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) customers to maximise the required acoustic demands, and performance of their vehicles with regards to sound quality. It is important to note that these trim-parts are designed and manufactured according to the specific requirements of size, weight, ergonomy, and acoustic implications with regards to cost-effectiveness.

Acoustic Floor Mat 

The Acoustic Floor Mats are generally designed to integrate into the vehicles of our OEMs customers, to reduce the noise emanating from auxiliary machinery components into the interior cabin of such vehicles. These bespoke floor mats, which are cost-effectively designed and manufactured to fit different applications, are aimed at efficiently improving the sound quality in the cabins of the OEMs vehicles, against externally emitted noise sources, especially transmitted via the bottom section of such vehicles.

It is important to note that the Acoustic Floor Mats are trimmed-parts that could be manufactured and acoustically-tuned to fit and address a variety of noise types in different OEMs vehicles.

 

Acoustic Headliner

The Acoustic Headliner trim-parts are generally utilized for sound insulation of noise from both the chassis and the hood of OEMs vehicles. Like the Acoustic Mats, these trim-parts also serve to absorb acoustic components in the cabin of these vehicles.

The Acoustic Headliner trim-parts can be designed to fit different OEMs vehicles as required, and their acoustic properties could be modeled in aid of the sound quality desired in the cabin of OEMs vehicles. The design and manufacturing processes of these trim-part components are factors in which Ventac has acquired a vast range of experiences and expertise over the years. Thus, the original design, material selection, and manufacturing process is a series of factors which is appropriately and effectively considered thoroughly for individual OEMs vehicle for the best possible sound quality solution.  

Our Acoustic Laboratory allows Ventac test and develop components, and new products for international customers.  We have one of the most advanced acoustic laboratories in Europe at our headquarters in Blessington, Co. Wicklow.  

The technical team at Ventac, have the expertise and knowledge to advise prospective and current customers about the best solution to meet their acoustic needs. 

To find out more about how Ventac can help with your bespoke acoustic components, contact us on +353 45 851500 or info@ventac.com

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