[Bioclusters] sound absorbing material for noisy server room

Schenker, Martin MSchenker at illumina.com
Tue Aug 28 09:46:21 EDT 2007

We've got sound-absorbing plasterboard around our indoor AC unit (here
in the UK). Helped a lot. Creating a false wall inside the server room
with that material should help. An air gap between the false wall and
the old one will help as well.

Best, Martin

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> [mailto:bioclusters-bounces+martin.schenker=solexa.co.uk at bioin
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> Subject: [Bioclusters] sound absorbing material for noisy server room
> Hi,
> We recently purchased two Dell racks and they are very noisy, 
> we have had complains from people next door. We are thinking 
> to get some sound absorbing material to staple them on the 
> wall inside of the server room. Do anyone have any good idea 
> on what kind of material is the best for such purpose and 
> where to buy them ?  I am in Canada.
> Thanks.
> Z.Z.
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