News At American Acoustical Products

American Acoustical Products Announces changes in its customer support structure.

December 2016


American Acoustical Products Announces changes in its customer support structure. The changes announced include the creation of a direct outside sales team in addition to establishing inside customer support functions such as applications engineering, inside sales, and customer service. Additionally, the Company has completed its implementation of a CRM system to streamline communications in support of its Customers. Russell Moody, President of American Acoustical Products shared that he is “Proud of the fact that American Acoustical Products has a strong reputation for customer service. We want to make sure that as we grow we continually improve on this and make it easier and easier for our customers to do business with us. It is our job to be in constant communication with all of our customers to ensure that we always meet their needs with respect to the noise and vibration control products, services, and technical support they require in support of their customers.”

American Acoustical Products initiates an Engineering Intern Program with the University of Kentucky

September 2016


American Acoustical Products initiates an Engineering Intern Program with the University of Kentucky. AAP expanded on its long standing partnership with Dr. David Herrin of the University of Kentucky by engaging a Ph.D. candidate studying under Dr. Herrin to an Engineering internship. American Acoustical Products and Dr. Herrin have had a longstanding relationship driven by their mutual commitment to continuously expand the body of technical knowledge in the field of noise and vibration control.

American Acoustical Products expands its Engineering and Technology capability.

November 2015


American Acoustical Products expands its Engineering and Technology capability. AAP announced that Mr. Emanuele Bianchini has agreed to provide Technology Advisory Services to the Company and its customers. Emanuele graduated from The Pennsylvania State University with a BS degree in Aerospace Engineering and also received an MS in Engineering Mechanics from The Pennsylvania State University Center for Acoustics and Vibration. Emanuele holds 8 patents in applications including acoustics, vibration, and loudspeaker technology. He stared his career in the Automotive industry working at both Roush and Lord Corporation, and gained further experience at Agfa and Active Control eXperts before becoming the founder and President of Vibration-X Inc. in 2003 where he led noise and vibration control development projects across industries including automotive, consumer electronics, agriculture, and test and measurement applications. Russell Moody, President of American Acoustical Products, stated that “I am thrilled to have Emanuele as part of our Technology solutions offering we provide to our Customers. He represents our commitment to continue to invest in expanding our engineering capabilities and technologies to ensure that we continue to provide our customers with industry leading solutions for their noise and vibration control applications.”

New waterjet cutting capability

September 2015


American Acoustical Products announces the production qualification of its new waterjet cutting capability. The new machine is a high speed machine that includes servo controlled roll feeding capability integrated with a chain driven feed across the large 8’ by 12’ cutting bed onto an output table. Ken Owens, COO of American Acoustical Products indicated that he is “Very excited to have this new capability production qualified and on-line on behalf of our customers. This capability expands our already impressive array of cutting capabilities and now improves our ability to service high mix and prototype customers without burdensome hard tooling costs. In addition we have deployed several lean manufacturing tools into the new waterjet cell to ensure that it operates at the required performance levels of safety, quality, delivery, and cost.”