The finest factory assembled and field proven windows in the noise control industry.
Our Acoustic Windows are ideal for new construction or retrofit applications. They are an essential part of any building or property that requires a quiet environment. Our products reduce the amount of noise that enter a room to creating a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere for occupants. They are used is a variety of applications such as hotels, offices, multi-family residential, schools, recording studios and much more.
Benefits of Acoustic Windows
Acoustic windows offer a range of benefits that make them a popular choice for many different types of buildings. One of the main benefits of acoustic windows is that they reduce the amount of noise that enters a room. This is achieved through the use of materials that block sound, such as double or triple-glazed windows, laminated glass, and acoustic seals. By reducing the amount of noise that enters a room, acoustic windows create a more peaceful and relaxing environment for occupants, which can help to reduce stress and increase productivity.
There are several different types of windows available, each with their own unique benefits and features. The most common types of acoustic windows include:
Double or triple-glazed windows: These windows feature two or three panes of glass that are separated by a layer of air or gas. The additional layers of glass and insulation help to reduce the amount of noise that enters a room.
Laminated glass: This type of glass features a layer of plastic between two sheets of glass. The plastic layer helps to absorb sound and reduce noise transmission.
Acoustic seals: These are special seals that are installed around the edges of windows and doors to help reduce noise transmission. Acoustic seals can be used in conjunction with other types of windows to further improve their performance.
When New Windows are Out of Budget or You Need to Save Time, Use Acoustic Window Inserts
Inserts are an excellent solution for buildings that require a high level of noise reduction but do not want to replace their existing windows. Inserts are essentially an additional layer of glass installed over the existing window. The inserts are made from a variety of materials, including acrylic, polycarbonate, and glass. Acrylic and polycarbonate inserts are typically less expensive than glass, but they may not be as effective at reducing noise.
Inserts are easy to install and can be custom made to fit any size window. They are also removable, which makes them a great option for buildings that require occasional noise reduction, such as recording studios or home theaters. Additionally, window inserts can be installed on both the interior and exterior of a building, depending on the desired level of noise reduction.
When choosing window inserts, it is important to consider the material, thickness, and overall design. Thicker inserts are typically more effective at reducing noise, but they may also be heavier and more difficult to install. The design of the inserts can also impact their performance, as some designs may be more effective at reducing specific types of noise.
Acoustic windows are an excellent solution for buildings that require a quiet environment. They offer a range of benefits, including noise reduction, improved productivity, and reduced stress. There are several different types of acoustic windows available, including double or triple-glazed windows, laminated glass, and acoustic seals. Window inserts are also an excellent option for buildings that require a high level of noise reduction but do not want to replace their existing windows. With the right acoustic windows and inserts, any building can be transformed into a peaceful and relaxing environment
Manufactured by noise control specialists in the United States, our systems allows for an easy installation for a wide array of site requirements. Our windows are in service everywhere from some of the most sophisticated performing arts centers to the most demanding industrial applications, and everywhere in between.
Ideal for new construction or retrofit applications
Flexibility in size and configurations
Easy and fast on-site installation
All window units are factory glazed and completely assembled
12 gauge steel frame with 16 gauge stops
Glazing does not need to be removed to install window units
Prime-painted standard finish
Guaranteed acoustical performance.
Proven laboratory and field performance
Fixed frame "HM" or "U" frame designs. "Split frame" HM design available