Acoustic Solutions

Acoustic Solutions

Sound insulation and Sound Absorption in new or renovated buildings is an added value and often a necessity for living comfort. The wide range of our acoustic products allows you to meet the soundproofing requirements of a new building or enable acoustic insulation on any existing construction system. But most importantly noise in an area of a building can be reduced with sound absorbent materials made of foam, cloth, bass trap or pores.

It is important to isolate activities with high noise in quiet environments such as recording studios, cafeterias, restaurants and hotels with our Certified sound proofing Systems. Also sound transmission in buildings from voices and music that travels through the air into the structure of a building or the impact sound as a result from football, moving furniture and dropped items can be reduced by using sound insulation materials.

On the other hand, sound within a room can be reduced significantly when using porous or sound absorption panels.

All MG Acoustic Solution systems are made with 100% European know-how and technology, in compliance with ISO standards for quality, environment and health of workers.

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Sound absorption is when the sound strike the absorbent object and reflect, but the energy of reflection is reduced significantly.

The reduction factor can be from 1% (not effective) to 100% (very effective).

Materials and constructions made with foam, cloth, bass trap, pores like walls are capable of absorbing sound.

Porous Sound Absorbent Materials

Porous sound absorbent materials will be anything that can transmit sound through themselves and then absorb the sound, converting it into a small amount of friction energy. These can be items such as a carpet, heavy draperies and open-cell foams. Any item that will allow air to pass into it and then be absorbed by a cellular structure will make a good sound absorber. The best porous sound-absorber materials will be specifically made for sound absorption, such a thick foam pads or thick sound-dampening window drapes.

Panel Materials

Another way sound can be absorbed is by allowing the material to flex and reverberate, effectively absorbing and dissipating the wave. This is done with flexible panels such as thin wood or other non-rigid material suspended in a frame. Any large surface that has the ability to resonate with any sound that interacts with it can be used as a panel sound absorber. Panel materials are generally better at absorbing lower frequencies then porous materials.

Sound insulation, on the other hand, relates to the actual reduction in sound travelling from one area to another through a wall, floor or ceiling. Sound transmission in buildings results from both airborne and impact noise.

Airborne Noise

Airborne sound is generated typically from sources such as voices, Hi-Fi systems or TV sets, and travels through the air into the structure of a building, and out again into adjoining rooms.

Impact Noise

Impact sound is the result of physical excitation of the structure of a floor by impacts from footfall, moving furniture and dropped items.

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