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Noise Control - Pilkington

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How it works The highest noise insulation is achieved using an acoustic laminated glass. Glass controls noise by: Reflecting the noise back towards the source, and Absorbing the noise energy within the glass.

Noise control glazing: it’s all so quiet - Pilkington

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20 Oct 2019. Noise pollution is a growing environmental issue in today’s towns and cities. In a bid to block out the noise from the busy streets and skies, local authorities increasingly recognise the need to provide better sound insulation in their residents’ homes.

Noise Control FAQs

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Noise Control FAQs 1 What is Rw? 2 What is C and C tr? 3 What is Rtra? 4 What is L Aeq? 5 How is the glass performance expressed? 6 How is glass performance measured? 7 How do I deal with aircraft noise? 8 How do I deal with road noise? 9 How do I deal with rail noise? 10 Does distance have an effect? 11 Is double glazing an answer? 12

Keep noise out of your house - Pilkington

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While ordinary insulating glass units (IGUs) offer some sound insulation, the best insulation is achieved by using an acoustic laminated glass, which controls noise by reflecting sound back towards the source and absorbing sound energy within the glass.

Frequently Asked Questions - Noise control - Pilkington

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Frequently Asked Questions - Noise control 1 What is Rw? 2 What is C and C tr? 3 What is Rtra? 4 What is L Aeq? 5 How is the glass performance expressed? 6 How is glass performance measured? 7 How do I deal with aircraft noise? 8 How do I deal with road noise? 9 How do I deal with rail noise? 10 Does distance have an effect? 11

Noise control - Pilkington

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Noise control If you live near a busy road, railway line or under a flight path you might wish to use glass to reduce the noise to an acceptable level. There are various ways this can be achieved depending on the reduction required including the use of specially developed laminated glass.

Pilkington Optiphon™

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Pilkington Optiphon™ is a high quality acoustic laminated glass that offers excellent noise reduction without compromising on light transmittance or impact performance. The desired acoustic performance can be achieved through combining various thicknesses of glass with a special PVB (polyvinylbutyral) interlayer.

Specifying for protection: Safety and Security Glass - Pilkington

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Noise Control. Pilkington Optiphon ... with enhanced acoustic performance such as Pilkington Optiphon™ can also provide increased levels of protection from noise pollution should a housing development be located near to a source of noise disturbance, such as a building site or a busy road.

Pilkington Insulight™ Phon

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Pilkington Insulight™ Phon is the name for Pilkington's own Insulating Glass Unit (IGU) offering enhanced noise control. Pilkington Insulight™ Phon is a proven and tested solution to the problem of noise control. The enhanced sound insulation of Pilkington Insulight™ Phon insulating glass units is made possible through the use of:

Low-emissivity Glass - Pilkington

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Low-emissivity glass (or low-e glass as it is commonly referred to) is a type of energy-efficient glass designed to prevent heat escaping through your windows to the cold outdoors.

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