Tests demonstrate Sound Bounce attenuates up to 100 times more noise than foam

Sound Bounce has the power to make the world a quieter place 

The Problem

Existing acoustic materials are ineffective

Limited Technology
Machines cannot get both smaller and quieter using existing technology

Increasing Regulation
Customers and regulators are demanding noise reduction

Lack of Innovation
The acoustic materials industry has not innovated in decade

The Science

Material Properties

Responds non-linearly to any force applied. Not subject to the mass law. 
Reaction differs depending on the frequency of 

Under The Microscope

On a macro scale, the reaction to the application of energy is seen as a decrease in viscosity, and an increase in the ability of the material to flow.


When sound is incident on the material, its energy is converted into kinetic energy via the dispersal of the thixotropic particles, resulting in noise attenuation via absorption.

Mass Law

The mass law dictates that sound absorbed is predicted by the thickness and density of a material. This is not the case with Sound Bounce as its attenuation is proportional to the environment.

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