Viridian ComfortHush Acoustic Glazing Cuts Out Unwanted Noise, Confirms Acoustic Engineer

Acoustic Engineer Tim Trewin, secretary of the Association of Australian Acoustical Consultants confirms that the ComfortHush from Viridian New World Glass  significantly boosts the acoustic performance of a home.

ComfortHush is a unique range of acoustic glazing products from Viridian comprising of two layers of glass sandwiching a unique 3-layer laminate... more>>

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Date: 9 August 2012
Source: www.infolink.com.au

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