Insulation levels in wood soundproof doors or acoustic doors
- 8 February, 2017
- Posted by: spigo
- Category: Acoustics, Architecture, Construction, Decoration, News
Wood soundproof doors or acoustic doors are one of the key components when improving the sound insulation of a room. In fact, in many cases, a door is the only physical point of communication between two spaces and it is a critical area for sound transfer between rooms. Although a room may have good sound insulation in walls and ceilings, if the doors are not properly conditioned, undesirable sound transfer can take place from one room to the next, thereby reducing sound quality and comfort; in addition to making the outlay for insulating other components worthless.
The need to soundproof a room marks the level of external noise detected from within and also the level of sound produced in the room that we can detect on the outside when all the doors and windows are closed.
Depending on our needs one can choose soundproof doors, also called acoustic doors, with different levels of soundproofing.
The Spigodoor catalogue of wood soundproof or acoustic doors includes:
- Wood acoustic doors with a soundproofing level of 32 dB: 32 (0; -1) Db. Soundproof 32 DB
- Wood acoustic doors with a soundproofing level of 34 dB: 34 (-1;-2) Db. Soundproof 34 DB
- Wood acoustic doors with a soundproofing level of 38 dB: 38 (-1;-3) Db. Soundproof 38 DB
- Wood acoustic doors with a soundproofing level of 42 dB: 42 (-1;-4) Db. Soundproof 42 DB
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