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Many sound masking systems offer additional features beyond the main elements of an effective sound masking. Learn what they are and when to use them.
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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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Have you ever wondered why a spring isolator can outperform a rubber isolator? Watch Vibra-Sonic’s Tony Adamson explain the importance of static deflection in the performance of vibration isolation systems.
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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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Create a learning opportunity for your team. Book times for private, single firm online presentations. Four presentations offered on noise and vibration control in the built environment.
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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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New Sound Masking processor technology that delivers more user-friendly features. Enhanced privacy settings for more confidential meetings. Advanced 24/7 volume scheduling for more productive offices. Download Vibra-Sonic’s Spec Sheet: AtlasIED  ASP- MG2240 Specifying the right sound masking system for your client’s project is time-consuming and hard. We make it easy for you with *custom speaker...
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Patient privacy concerns go beyond medical record keeping. Conversations about or to patients in patients in examining rooms, hallways and reception areas are at risk of being overheard by other patients. So - how to soundproof a medical office without costly renovations and minimal disruption? Sound masking.
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