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  • One layer of Green Glue can eliminate up to 90 percent of noise from penetrating a wall, ceiling or floor

Green Glue and the Art of Motorcycle Repair

For any automotive repair shop, noiseproofing is essential to productivity and workplace quality, as the engines get very loud. For Wayne Tripp, owner of Power-Tripp Performance, Inc., a motorcycle performance and tuning shop in Alabaster, Alabama, the biggest problem was the limited size of his premises. With Tripp’s workspace doubling as his testing space, where he also interacts with customers, managing the noise of high-performance motorcycles was a challenge.
“All of that noise is really bad for business,” said Tripp. “Not only does it turn customers away, but it’s hard to work with 1800RPM engines revving in your ear all day.”
To enhance the Power-Tripp Performance’s operations, Tripp turned to Green Glue to get rid of the noise. The solution was to construct a dynocell – a closed, soundproofed station – where he and his technicians could test engines without disturbing everyone else. Tripp used the Green Glue Noiseproofing Compound to prevent the noise from escaping outside that dynocell, and it has worked wonders for his business.
“When I first set out to build the dynocell, I wanted it to resemble a recording studio,” Tripp explained. “And that’s how I first came across Green Glue – I was researching how to build a recording space, and found that Green Glue was the preferred soundproofing method. As I started using it I was extremely impressed with how it kept the noise inside – especially as it was able to fit between the studs and the floor.”
The biggest challenge Tripp faced while soundproofing this station was accommodating for the wide range of frequencies that his shop works with. Low frequency sounds, which are produced by large bore engines, have a tendency to build up in walls and are typically harder to dampen.
“I started out with lead-lined sheet rock to block out the noise, but it just wasn’t doing the job because we work with such a wide range of frequencies,” Tripp explained. “Each engine has a different noise frequency when it’s running. Most sound rooms only account for deeper frequencies, but for the most part it’s the high pitched noises that are more annoying. But by using Green Glue, I haven’t had to worry about different frequencies at all. Green Glue just keeps the noise in, end of story.”
Based on the success of the first dynocell, Tripp has since built two additional units, continuing to rely on Green Glue to solve his noise problems.