What should we do if we want to make the sound insulation between floors in our home? Material or material that is commonly used for damping purposes i.e. 80% maximal floors can dampen the sound. The selection of these materials is suitable for use in addition to the sound damping material and the temperature of floors (floors absorbers according to the technique). Partition silencer is necessary for floors-floors that have this level of noise from the outside floors and the floors. Floors or also the owner wants to prevent sound leakage from within and outside. Static reducer partition is a partition that cannot be shifted or moved as previously mentioned partition. This partition is made of basic ingredients plus gypsum and other damping materials. Can be mounted reducer for floor studio, home theater, recording studio, meeting room, conference room, class room and others.
Damper movable partitions of sound insulation between floors are partitions that use is quite flexible damper, on the one hand can be useful as a silencer on and off the floors, and on the other side of this partition is also useful as insulating floors that can be shifted or moved as the tracks. It is suitable for such office floor meeting room, restaurant, conference room, ball room, class room and other. The use of sound absorbent material inserted in the system by means of wall insulation will increase the insulation performance, because the sound energy propagates past the absorbent material is converted into thermal energy (to vibrate the air particles are trapped in the absorbent material pori2. Absorbent material it will also reduce sound resonance. Base fitted with wooden partition wall rafters ¾ filled glass wool then covered gypsum around the floors, as well as ceiling dg. To control it, of course there have to cut one side of the mechanical linkage between the other side, for example, with dilatation between the sides, insert other materials which have the character of insulation higher (different acoustic impedance acoustic or resistivity), using studs with a zigzag manner.
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