Sound-rated walls 0 - 36 dB

TP Lite frameless partition

All Triplan walls with a sound reduction of 0-36 dB are shown below.

 

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  • Wall types
  • Glass
  • thickness
  • mm
  • Wall  
  • thickness
  • mm
  • Weight
  • kg/m²
  • Sound
  • reduction
  • RW dB**
  • Sound-
  • reduction
  • RW dB***

 

FULL GLASS WALLS
TP Lite 10 mm1025253334
TP Lite 12 mm122530-35
TP Lite 10.76 mm10.762525-35
TP Lite 12.76 mm12.762530-36
FIRE-RATED GLASS WALLS
TP Fire S 8 mm8502034-
TP Fire A 8 mm8652034-
SYSTEM GLASS WALLS
Flexica TF1 glass*-100-28-34-
Flexica TF2 glass*-100-31-40-
Flexica TF1 glass 125*-125-28-33-
Flexica TF2 glass 125*-125-31-39-
Flexica Line TFL1 glass*-100-28-37-
Flexica Line TFL2 glass*-100-32-45-
Flexica Line TFL1 glass 125*-125-28-36-
Flexica Line TFL2 glass 125*-125-32-44-
* The Flexica-systems can be delivered with glass up to 8 mm thick.
   May be delivered with laminated sound-resistant glass.
** Laboraty values
*** Calculated values = glass sound reduction

 

 

Examples of areas where the requirements for sound insulation is not higher than 36 dB

There are usually modest requirements for sound insulation in open areas where partitions don’t close off the room completely but mainly act as shields to separate some areas of the room.

 

Here you only have a requirement of ≥ 20 dB.

 

In daycare buildings the requirements for sound insulation are ≥ 30 dB between living rooms with doors as well as between the living room and other rooms with connecting doors (total sound insulation for wall with door).

 

Source: Guidance on sound requirements in the Building Regulations 2010 (acoustic indoor environment). September 2013.
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HOW TO MEASURE SOUND REDUCTION

dB:  Air sound insulation is measured in decibels = dB. The scale is logarithmic, so 50 dB + 50 dB is not 100 dB, but 53 dB. Thus, halving or doubling the effect of the sound corresponds to 3 dB. The human ear recognises sound as halved or doubled each time the level is changed by approximately 8-10 dB. (source Alpha Akustik). 

 

RwA distinction is made between air insulation measured in the laboratory Rw and

wMeasurements are carried out in the current construction site, where the field value is w.

 

As a rule, the field value is 2-3 dB below the value measured in the laboratory.

 

Rw+C: Measurement for sound insulation against talking, TV, playing children etc.

 

Rw+Ctr: Measurement for sound insulation against rhythmic music with powerful bass or city traffic noise.

 

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