Working quietly with partition walls made of soundproof glass

In large offices it often gets quite hectic and noisy. The consequence: with an increased noise level, many people have difficulty concentrating.

Here, glass partition walls with sound insulating properties offer themselves as a solution: they ensure peace and quiet and simultaneously create a pleasant and open working atmosphere.

In order to separate rooms acoustically, while retaining the feeling of openness and space, glass partition walls with a sound-insulating function like SGG STADIP SILENCE are both an elegant and practical solution. The employees can maintain eye contact without being disturbed by unwanted noises. SGG STADIP SILENCE with a thickness of 25 mm reduces noise by up to 45 decibels – with clear undistorted transparency.

Temporary visual divisions, e.g. during meetings are possible with adjustable glasses like SGG PRIVA-LITE, which can be transformed from normal transparency to milky white. Safety and aesthetics are combined at a high standard with glass room partitions and with tailor-made solutions also mean formally unusual ideas can be realized. The design glasses SGG SERALIT, SGG SATINOVO MATE or SGG MASTERGLASS offer a variety of possibilities here.

SAINT-GOBAIN GLASS DEUTSCHLAND GMBH

Viktoriaallee 3-5 • D-52066 Aachen

Tel. +49 (0)2 41 / 5 16-28 74 • Fax +49 (0)2 41 / 5 16-22 24

 

 

 

Press contact: Janina Rudnizki

Janina.Rudnizki@saint-gobain.com • www.saint-gobain-glass.com
 

 

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Date: 16 June 2008
Source: www.saint-gobain.de

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