ATS Acoustical Thermal Spray Announces New Lines of SonaKrete and K-13 Spray Insulation

Christiansburg, VA, October 20, 2011 --( Leaders in spray-on, acoustical thermal insulation systems, ATS Acoustical Thermal Spray have recently announced to the market that they will now be selling the K-13 Spray Insulation and SonaKrete through their exclusive company catalogue.

This new SonaKrete and K-13 Spray Insulation are designed to fulfill a wide array of environmental requirements, such as thermal insulation, noise reduction, condensation control and attractive smooth finish. The product is one of the most durable available on the market and is available via ATS Acoustical Thermal Spray’s catalog in a variety of colors and textures to suit a vast array of environments.

The SonaKrete and K-13 Spray Insulation work by creating dead air spaces between and within its hollow fibers. Because these fibers are sprayed in place, they are ideal for filling cracks, seams and voids as well as reducing air filtration. This product is perfect for environments such as auditoriums, in which ambient sound is an important requirement, because it acts to improve the sound insulation within the area, providing a superior listening experience to those in attendance.

The Sona Krete and K-13 Spray Insulation are two of the many solutions that have recently been added to the company’s first class catalogue. Clients who are attempting to refine both the lighting and sound quality within their facilities should review the benefits offered by the Sona FC Acoustical Treatment. This exquisite solution can be used for both new constructions and renovations to existing structures, and is available through the company’s product catalog in a wide range of custom colors – perfect for matching with a plethora of design materials.

By adding these new solutions to their catalog, ATS Acoustical Thermal Spray has confirmed their place among the elite in the industry. More exciting product additions are expected in the near future.

ATS Acoustical Thermal Spray
Greg Hale