INNOVATION FOR THE FUTURE
NOISE CHALLENGE : UNDERSTANDING AND MEASURING
Packsound – The Noise Challenge refers to a situation where individuals or communities are faced with excessive and disruptive levels of noise. Noise, in this context, refers to unwanted or unpleasant sounds that can be detrimental to people’s health, well-being, and quality of life.
Noise pollution has become a significant concern in many urban areas and even some rural regions. It can originate from various sources such as traffic, construction sites, industrial activities, public events, loud music, and even neighbors. Constant exposure to high noise levels can lead to a range of negative effects, including stress, sleep disturbances, hearing loss, impaired concentration, and decreased productivity.
TYPES OF NOISE IN BUILDINGS
Airborne noise refers to sound that travels through the air and is transmitted from one area to another. It can originate from sources such as conversations, music, televisions, or outside traffic. Airborne noise can be particularly bothersome in shared spaces or between adjacent rooms or apartments.
Impact noise, on the other hand, is caused by the direct impact of an object on a surface, resulting in vibrations that transmit sound. Examples of impact noise include footsteps, moving furniture, or objects being dropped on the floor. Impact noise can be particularly disruptive in multi-story buildings or spaces with thin flooring materials.
Equipment noise refers to the sounds generated by various mechanical or electrical devices within a building. This can include HVAC systems, generators, pumps, or appliances. Equipment noise can be intrusive and contribute to an overall noisy environment, affecting comfort and productivity.
THE ALL IN ONE SOLUTION FOR THE NOISE PROBLEM
PACKSOUND™ SHEET SPECIFICATIONS
PACKSOUND™ Combination Material For Best Dampening Results
- 12 mm gypsum/calcium silicate board
- GI Channel Framework
- PACKSOUND™ HP
- Acoustic Insulation (thickness: 50 mm; density: 96kg/m3)
- Flooring 50mm PCC
- PACKSOUND™ MP
- RCC Slab
APPLICATION OF PACKSOUND
1. Plaster coast
2. Brick wall
2. Air cavity (thickness: 200 mm)
3. Suspension brackets
4. Glasswool & Packsound[2-5mm]
5. Metal substructure out of CD profiles
Why Packsound Stands Out
While there exist other soundproofing alternatives in the market, Packsound distinguishes itself due to several factors:
Packsound employs advanced materials and engineering techniques, resulting in a product that surpasses traditional soundproofing solutions. Its unique composition and construction render it highly effective in noise reduction.
Packsound unparalleled sound absorption capabilities enable superior noise control across a wide frequency range. It outperforms many conventional soundproofing materials, delivering exceptional results.
Durability and Longevity:
Packsound is engineered to be long-lasting and resistant to wear and tear. Its robust construction ensures that it retains its soundproofing qualities over an extended period, providing reliable performance for years to come.
Packsound is manufactured using sustainable materials and processes. It is free from harmful substances, making it a safe and eco-friendly choice for soundproofing applications.
The Packsound is one of the best cost-effective acoustic materials. Ecotone Acoustics develop it with a vision to make it wrong that acoustic proofing is highly costly.