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Acoustic Attenuation

Acoustic Attenuation

Acoustic Attenuation

In many workplaces and homes, acoustic attenuation is required. There are several reasons for this, reducing background noise in open plan offices or noisy sports halls. Ensure legal regulations are met in the workplace. Acoustic Attenuation is the control of sound and noise through the use of specialist products applied to the floors, walls and ceilings.

Products to block and absorb sound in a room to improve acoustic attenuation

Acoustic attenuation absorbs sound reverberating in a room, reducing the sound as it reflects on hard surfaces. Noisestop Systems provide a range of sound absorption panels. Apply these acoustic panels to walls and ceilings to absorb sound within a room.

Sound absorbing wall panels that will improve sound attenuation in the room

Reduce echo and reverberation in the room by applying one of Noisestop Systems acoustic absorbers to your walls.


Improve sound quality using ceiling sound absorbing baffles or ceiling rafts

Improve sound attenuation without losing wall space using sound absorbent ceiling baffles and raft panels. Not only will these acoustic panels greatly reduce unwanted echo and reverb they can also add to the design and aesthetic of the room.

Improving sound attenuation in a building also means ensuring sound doesn’t leave one room and enter another

Reducing noise transfer between rooms is equally important inside many buildings as noise control inside a room. Controlling the level of noise transfer between rooms is soundproofing a room. Sound attenuation can be separated into two main subjects, sound absorption and soundproofing.

Sound absorption is the sound attenuation within a room. We have already looked at that in the article with the sound-absorbing products for walls and ceilings to lessen echo and improve the sound quality.

Soundproofing is the reduction of sound between rooms, blocking noise from one room to another. Many multi-use buildings require sound attenuation between rooms. The most common form of sound attenuation is between neighbouring properties, we have all heard the phrase ‘noisy neighbour’. Soundproofing is used to separate walls, floors and ceilings between separate dwellings. Other rooms might require soundproofing, such as music studios, home cinemas, offices and factories.

A range of soundproofing products to increase sound attenuation between rooms

Wall sound attenuating solutions

Soundproofing solutions for party walls and stud walls. Reduce sound transfer through your walls using sound deadening panels for extra protection the AcosutiClip Systems offer levels of noise control.

Ceiling sound attenuation products

Solutions for soundproofing timber and concrete ceilings. Combining acoustic insulation with high-density soundproof boards and acoustic isolating clips offers the best level of soundproofing for ceilings.

Sound attenuation for floors

Sound attenuating flooring systems to reduce impact and airborne sounds.

Create quieter spaces that are acoustically more comfortable with product combinations

Noisestop Systems have a full range of products that can incorporate into sound attenuating solutions to reduce sound transfer.

One of the main products used within sound attenuation is acoustic insulation. Acoustic or sound insulation slabs are not only widely used within the production of sound absorption panels but also as a cavity in-fill between floor joists and stud walls. Combined with other soundproofing materials, acoustic insulation is integral to complete soundproof systems.

DFM Acoustic Insulation sound attenuation slabs

Create a sound attenuation system from some our most popular soundproofing products

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