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Noise pollution is an increasingly common problem across the UK. High levels of air traffic and busy roads can be damaging to both home and working environments. Fortunately, acoustic glazing can significantly reduce outside noise to create a peaceful interior space.Commercial Enquiry Architects Enquiry
Acoustic glass features a special interlayer inside the double glazed sealed unit. The plastic interlayer blocks sound frequencies preventing their waves vibrating from one glass pane to the other. It absorbs the sound waves, thus acting as an effective barrier against exterior noise. In laboratory tests, acoustic glass has been proven to reduce sound transmission by up to 50 decibels. As more and more people live, work, and study in busy city centres; acoustic glazing becomes an increasingly vital part of modern buildings.
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