[Bioclusters] sound absorbing material for noisy server room

J.W. Bizzaro jeff at bioinformatics.org
Tue Aug 28 16:26:57 EDT 2007

If you don't want to add anything to the outside of the walls, it would probably be easy to find a company in your area to inject "expanding polyurethane foam" into the walls.  People usually insulate homes with it, but it deadens sound too.  And that's 3.5 inches of foam, much more than you'd want to apply on the outside.


Zhaolei Zhang wrote:
> 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.

J.W. Bizzaro
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E-mail: jeff at bioinformatics.org
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