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The Importance of Acoustic Insulation for Offices: Improving Concentration and Productivity

Branch of physics that studies sound is the meaning of acoustics. Acoustics in architecture is the study of sound in buildings and the design of their structures for high-performance acoustic performance, including sound control throughout the building, maintaining conditions for good speech intelligibility, and maintenance. of sound isolation for speech privacy.

Our Architectural Acoustics division can design everything from comprehensive environments with noise control, optimal audio performance, to specific solutions for spaces such as videoconference rooms, telephone booths, focused work booths, among others.

Workspaces today require the best acoustic conditions to be able to collaborate in the most efficient and productive way.

Our acoustic insulation and absorption solutions ensure that communication is clear and distortion-free, in addition to avoiding unnecessary and confidential listening.

This is why the best acoustic conditions are required in meetings and conferences.

Acoustic isolation

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What is acoustic isolation ?

The main objective of acoustic insulation will always be to avoid the spread and inclusion of noise (unwanted sound) depending on the environment.

We can classify noises into two types:

  1. Solids (Impact noise): It spreads through vibrations such as the elements used in the construction of the environment (meeting rooms, monitoring centers, design thinking labs, etc.).

  2. Aerial: Its conducting medium is air.


The acoustic insulation of the walls, ceilings and floor helps prevent the spread of sound in the environment which works to enrich the propagation of internal sound efficiently; promoting comfort between different smart spaces

Noise has always been considered a type of pollutant called noise pollution, which is defined as exposure to high levels of sound that cause unfavorable effects on people.

Acoustic conditioning

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The purpose of acoustic conditioning is for sound from a source to be equally distributed in all directions of propagation to create an ideal diffuse sound.

It is a necessary activity for meeting rooms and offices as well as auditoriums, convention centers, public buildings, etc. Where top-notch sound performance is in demand. Therefore, acoustic conditioning is carried out hand in hand with tests, measurements and actions to determine the level of acoustic absorption coefficient of the materials and their placement.

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