Interiors rely on sound control to improve speech privacy and transmission
More and more focus, and with good reason is put into creating a good indoor environment in commercial buildings. This provides good health, safety and comfort for employees. The right choice of acoustic solutions can influence the indoor environment. Understanding that different application areas demand different treatments is key. Different areas require different sound acoustics. An example of this is an open plan office environment. There are 2 key elements of room acoustics; Sound Transmission and Sound Reverberation. To ensure there is adequate privacy, focus should be placed on the interiors to achieve an adequate reverberation time. Acoustica continues to research and develop product solutions for high transmission. Acoustica’s philosophy is that each project is different therefore, developing and manufacturing to Australian conditions is key.
Floors – Angelstep underlay range can achieve the highest acoustic rating of 6 stars.
Walls – QuietWave plasterboard barrier is the most economical 6 star acoustic wall system and is a class above the maximum BCA requirements.
Ceilings – AcoustiFlex is one of the most flexible noise barriers that is highly effective against external noise.