Less Noise Pollution with Double Glazing

Sticky Post April 2, 2019 Janele Amethyst 0 Comments

Double glazing is getting in demand each day because of the benefits it provides such as decrease in health risk, promote power saving at homes and even serve as UV protection. Double glazing windows are specifically the more popular part of the house that needs double glazing because it contributes to approximately 48% of heat loss. Nowadays, acoustic glass is known for double glazing windows because of its numerous advantages compared to other type of glazing windows. The main problem that double glazing windows wish to address is the problem on noise pollution especially homes located near traffic and busy roads and like a quieter place.

Noise Pollution Defined

One of the many forms of energy is sound. Sound is caused by lots of molecules vibrating in solid, liquid, and gas which will create vibrations known as sound waves. However, there are types of sound that are harmful to the environment and human health. Noise pollution is an environmental noise that has harmful impacts on human and animal health. There are many possible causes of noise pollution such as sounds from machine, transport, and propagation systems.

Acoustic Glass for Double Glazing Window to decrease Noise Pollution

In order to provide solution for the eradicating environment pollution acoustic glass were developed by MagicSeal, NZ Insect Screen & Double Glazing Experts. Their products offer competitive advantage over other products available in the market. Double glazing is retrofitted to the existing windows wherein it will maximize the air space between the pane of glass and acrylic double glazing. Give this,  the noise and the amount of sound transmitted through the single pane will be reduced.

Acoustic glass by MagicSeal is the perfect product that is the combination of two or more sheets of glass, heat or pressure, compiled together with more than one acoustic polyvinyl butyral (PVB) interlayers. Interlayes are such a crucial part of double glazing since it acts as the noise damper that weakens the energy of the sound waves as they pass through the acoustic glass.

Acoustic glass does not only lessen the noise pollution entering the house, but it also protects the laminated glass’ safety and property. Moreover, acoustic glass can also be functional when applied to other parts of the house such as patio doors and screens.