Acoustiblok Expands into the Caribbean
Tampa, FL – Acoustiblok Inc. is expanding its export footprint into the Caribbean region with the appointment of BEXtronics Ltd. as the company’s regional distributor for the Caribbean island nation of Trinidad and Tobago.
Florida-based Acoustiblok Inc. is a NASA spinoff-listed company specializing in noise remediation that manufactures a patented, flexible soundproofing material that reduces more sound than 12-inches of poured concrete when added to a stud wall.
Rather than attempting to block or absorb sound as other materials attempt to do, the Acoustiblok material transforms sound energy into inaudible internal friction energy as the soft heavy material flexes from sound waves.
BEXtronics is currently offering Acoustiblok material and QuietFiber, and will over time carry the full range of Acoustiblok products specifically designed to address a full spectrum of types of noise problems, as well as Thermablok, a highly advanced insulation material utilizing aerogel technology developed by NASA.
Acoustiblok products are used in industrial, residential, commercial, and marine sectors worldwide. The company’s products are made and sourced in the US.
The company ships products to more than 60 countries through a network of stocking distributors in the US, on five continents across the globe and throughout the Mid-East.
Acoustiblok products are distributed in the Mid-East by Acoustiblok Mideast.
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