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We offer expertise in acoustic design, and Research and Development, with an experienced team providing the best in glass partition acoustic advice.
What is noise and how is it measured? How and why do we test in a laboratory? What if the partition has a door in it?
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Our glass partitioning products are fully tested and certified by third-party assessors to offer ground-breaking acoustic ratings. As leaders of the glass partition Acoustic Revolution, we know how important it is to give our clients accurate and verified acoustic test data. Full test reports for each of our products are freely available in our Member's Area.
We know just how important third-party certification is, especially when it comes to acoustic performance. We are incredibly proud to be a part of the FIS Acoustic Verification Scheme. Verifying the acoustic performance of our products against an agreed criterion, the scheme provides third-party certification that our products perform exactly as they should, delivering outstanding acoustic solutions.
Comfortable acoustics can make a working environment more effective and play an important role in employee well-being and efficiency. Our expertise in the effective design and installation of acoustic glazed partitioning has proved key to many successful projects and is freely available as part of our service.
Clients want and need exceptional performance when it comes to acoustic sound insulation. Therefore, with the on-going requirements for predominantly open plan office space, there is a growing need for quiet office rooms and meeting rooms with controllable acoustics for confidential conversations to take place. As a result, the acoustic performance of glass partitions has become increasingly important.
In addition to working in some of the most prestigious commercial office buildings, We also have expertise working on acoustic partitioning in specialist environments such as laboratories and media centres.
We invest heavily in time and resources for acoustic research and development. All of our systems are rigorously tested and fully certified in a UKAS accredited laboratory. Full test reports for each of our products are available.
We conduct our acoustic tests on full height, multi-module screens with glazing joints and perimeter track-work; not simply a ‘window’ in a smaller sized opening. Furthermore, testing samples using a “window” will generally give an artificially higher acoustic rating and any results obtained in this way should be treated with great caution.
We can offer complete systems that are carefully designed, expertly engineered and rigorously tested. We’re not just focused on the aesthetic glass partition elements alone, it’s also vital for our doors to perform.
Exceptional advances in our door sealing technology solidifies our position at the cutting edge of progress, enabling us to provide glass doors that achieve similar acoustic performance to bespoke timber door sets. This complete product package, combined with outstanding installation techniques, ensures that we are at the forefront of the industry for acoustics.
Alongside our comprehensive product testing service, we can combine data to provide a composite predicted performance value for partition/door combinations.
There are numerous questions when specifying acoustic glass partitions and doors. Therefore, our Technical Acoustic Team is on hand to help answer questions and to offer professional advice, helping you to select the right products to suit your specific requirements.
Additionally, our expert team of Project Managers and Installers provide extensive experience and knowledge, which enables them to look out for potential acoustic weaknesses that might compromise the acoustic performance of your design. We can recommend what will not only perform best but will also look beautiful.
We understand the many factors required to ensure an interior works creatively and functionally so please get in touch for specification advice.