Proof.
21C Museum Hotels
Amazon
Arnold & Porter
Capital One
CDC
Ericsson
Farmers Insurance
FedEx
Johns Hopkins
Kaiser Permanente
Mariott
Michigan State Police
Och-Ziff
Oracle
Otsuka
Parkland
Skadden
Southwest General
T5 Data Centers
Toyota
Trinity Health
T. W. Ponessa
UTHealth
Waihonua
Warner
Proof
 

We weren’t trying to eavesdrop, but we easily overheard a confidential doctor/patient conversation in an adjacent exam room in a gorgeous glass building. It inspired our development of the Mull-It-Over® Mullion Trim Cap. We ran the design through a battery of tests in the sound chambers of Architectural Testing in York, PA. We refined it and re-tested. Then did it again. And again. Finally, quantifiable results clearly proved how this mullion trim cap system would re-create the sound-deadening capability of a well constructed drywall partition all the way out to the face of the glass. Whether the installation is in a patient room, a boardroom or a bedroom, noise transfer can now be resolved. This isn’t a “me too” solution. There’s been nothing else like it. Until Now.

“Window Mullion Cap has Acoustical Community Abuzz”

Click here to see full article on SoundscapeEngineering.com

Good design is simply obvious.

© 2017 Mull-It-Over Products. All rights reserved. Patents #8,572,914 and #8,782,977

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