Sound-absorbing walls: reduce reverberation and echo

Sound-absorbing walls: reduce reverberation and echo
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Sound-absorbing walls with panels that limit the transmission of noise from one room to another.

Among the many proposals of VetroIN there are also sound-absorbing walls, studied and designed for all those spaces that require a reduction in noise from one room to another.

By offering glass partitions, transparent and elegant, one could not overlook the aesthetics and design, of equal importance with respect to the final purpose and for which there are inserted acoustic panels ... this is how were born the sound-absorbing walls of VetroIN

When they are needed and how do they work? In enclosed spaces, the noise is amplified comparing to that produced by the source, because the walls reflect the sound waves.

This forms the resound, reverberation and echo, which could extensively disturb neighboring rooms. By inserting panels (constructed ad hoc) it is possible to transform the partition walls in sound-absorbing walls able to limit and absorb sound.

What are the materials used for the construction of these panels inserted in the sound-absorbing walls? Fabric, metal, wood, expanded synthetic material.

Depending on the material, the thickness, the chemical nature, the porosity, the density and also to the shape, is determined the degree of sound absorption.

Only after assessing the specific needs of the customer, we will propose a viable solution and aesthetically pleasing.

Please contact us to learn more, VetroIN is at your disposal.

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