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Architectural Acoustics

The assemblies that separate suites in multi-family buildings, be it demising walls or floor-ceiling assemblies, have minimum acoustic requirements in the building code so that occupants can expect a reasonable degree of privacy and quiet in their space. These requirements are minimum ratings that are applied to both walls and floor-ceiling assemblies. The rating that...
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Isolating equipment so that their vibrations don’t get into the structure and create noise problems throughout the building is a critical component of building construction. Watch as Vibra-Sonic’s Senior VISR Technologist, Tony Adamson, demonstrates how structures can amplify noise…..
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Four new webinars presented by Vibra-Sonic Control deliver 4 different opportunities to boost your knowledge about noise and vibration control in the built environment. Register now - 2 dates for each webinar.
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Vibra-Sonic Control introduces the Regupol® SonusClip™ to Western Canada. It reduces sound transmissions in interior walls and ceilings. And, it will be easy for Western Canadian building contractors, architects and acoustic consultants to access as our Vibra-Sonic warehouse will carry SonusClip inventory in Burnaby, BC.
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updated December 13, 2018 Weightlifting gyms and cross fit gyms can be a real problem due to high impact loads that are difficult to isolate with traditional floating floors. Mason Industries worked with several sound consultants to develop a specially designed double floor system for these troublesome areas. Mason Industries always recommends the use of...
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