Sound Fighter Systems
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Sound Fighter Systems (founded in 1973) is a US-based company that manufactures noise reduction technologies. Sound Fighter System has worked with companies such as BAE, Chevron, Exxon, American Express, Georgia Transmission, Dominion Power, TransCanada, Navy Federal Credit Union, and Verizon.
Sound Fighter Systems' creates noise-reduction solutions with its Absorptive Noise Barrier technology, originally created with a collaboration of German Acoustical Engineers. It is headquartered in Shreveport, Louisiana. Patrick Harrison is the Managing Partner, with Rand Falbaum as Partner. The company has additional offices in Texas and Virginia. The company has produced its outdoor noise reduction products for applications around the world, including highway, rail, electrical grid, oil & gas, industrial, HVAC and others. Its clients' network includes BAE, Chevron, Exxon, American Express, Georgia Transmission, Dominion Power, TransCanada, Navy Federal Credit Union, and Verizon.
SonaGuard technology is specifically engineered for noise pollution reduction. This sound-absorptive technology serves any outdoor application. On March 1st, 2021, the company announced the issuance of a U.S Patent for the SonaGuard Sound-Absorptive noise barrier panel (US Patent No D865,224).
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- Maintaining A Reputation For Decades- Sound Fighter Systems’ Phenomenal Growth, EconoTimes.
- Everything the World Needs to Know About Sound Fighter Systems, Pioneers of Soundproofing Solutions, Yahoo! News.
- Addressing the Pressing Issue of Noise Pollution- Sound Fighter Systems LLC. Putting Technology to Good Use, TMCNet.
- Sound Fighter Systems. Accessed August 5, 2021.
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