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No matter where it originates, from railways, aircraft or factories, noise is all around. Future trend research suggests that traffic and noise in general will only get worse. The careful and considered selection of glass can be crucial in helping to reduce noise level and meet noise requirements.


Acoustic Glass Defined

Acoustic glassAcoustic glass consists of two or more sheets of glass, bonded together with one or more acoustic inter layers: Each pane of glass in a noise reduction window or door is laminated with a layer of polyvinyl butyral (PVB), forming a strong hydrocarbon bond with the glazing unit, this improves acoustic attenuation by reducing the elasticity of the glass and providing an extra layer of noise reduction and dampening, weakening the sound as it travels through the glass.


The benefits of acoustic glass 

Acoustic glass considerably reduces outside noise, especially near busy areas such as motorways, train lines and airports. When used in overhead or roof glazing, noise reduction window also provides insulation from rain impact noise. It can be used for interior sound insulation needs, such as office partitions and meeting rooms.

In addition, acoustic laminated glazing dramatically increases the strength of the glazing providing additional security as well as improved energy efficiency.

We offer an acoustic glass option for both our Storm and Flush window ranges, which can reduce the external noise levels by up to 30%. If you value a peaceful life from external noise, this option is definitely worth considering.