This Weeks Product Bulletin
16th Jul 2014 - Acoustic & Sound Insulation
Selectaglaze helps keep ‘Silence in the Library’
Windows are an important architectural element of a building but those with single glazing provide minimal thermal insulation, poor acoustics and little security. Secondary glazing can provide a discrete and practical solution to these issues and is very suited to Traditional or Listed buildings. This is especially important for Libraries as they need to offer a haven of peace, quiet and comfort.
Stroma Technology Ltd
Minimise noise impact using Stroma’s acoustic modelling expertise
With a team of highly experienced Acoustic Consultants, Stroma can bring your designs to life using our Acoustic Modelling and Simulation expertise. We use innovative computer-based modelling techniques to predict noise levels and indicate them on architect’s drawings. We can also advise on the acoustic performance of rooms and spaces to optimise occupier comfort.
CMS Danskin Acoustics
Noises Off at the Everyman Theatre, Liverpool.
When a client envisions a major redevelopment project that will “allow the whole building to become a vibrant, creative hub, by day and night” acousticians, naturally, get a little bit nervous. To an acoustician, vibrant is just another word for noisy.
Acousticabs Noise Control Ltd
SPS systems provide effective acoustic barrier
The Acousticabs SPS Acoustic Screen is an easily erected and effective acoustic barrier system for screening around exterior noise sources. The SPS system suitable for the control of many types of environmental noise - typical applications range from long runs at road or rail side, to rooftop noise screens around ventilation plant.
Contemporary Acoustic Solutions
Contemporary Acoustic Solutions calls on a rich tradition of skills and experience
Contemporary Acoustic Solutions (CAS) is the latest company from the Acoustafoam Group, combining 35 years of technical knowledge with design conscious products for the architectural and interior design market.
A Proctor Group Ltd
Impact Sound Solution
The recent refurbishment and loft conversion at Lairhillock Lodge required a solution for the floors where impact sound was kept to a minimum. KW Contractors Ltd consulted with SIG Insulation in Aberdeen, who recommended Profloor Ecoroll and Profloor Ecoroll Adhesive, supplied by the A. Proctor Group.