Acoustical absorption is the process by which materials or objects assimilate sound energy. Part of this energy is transformed into heat. This process is particularly important when it comes to soundproofing and acoustical design work. When recording music or other types of sounds, it’s important that outside noise is reduced as much as possible. While earplugs and ear muffs can reduce normal sound for the individual, a recording studio needs acoustic foam or sound absorption panels on the inner wall and wall insulation in between the walls to fully absorb outside sound. Speaking of sound, audible signaling devices, such as signaling bells and speakers, can be used to alert employees of emergencies or urgent messaging. We have audible/visual signaling devices, with flashing warning lights as well.