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The need for comfort and quietness in offices is becoming more and more important. Unpleasant sounds, or noise, at the workplace are increasingly perceived as stressful. On the other hand, there are the current trends in the design and building physics of modern office building architecture which make it much more difficult to create appropriate acoustic conditions in a room. The use of materials such as concrete ceiling, for example requires a new approach to the positioning of acoustically effective elements in the room. Office furniture and products with sound absorbing properties often proves to be a useful tool in designing the acoustics of modern office working environment.

Whether certain rooms are acoustically suitable for particular uses, is influenced by many factors. In addition to the acoustic characteristic of the boundary surface of a room, furnishings can also have a major influence on the speech and listening conditions in the room.

Finally, office acoustic design is a predictable activity with an outcome which can be precisely measured and ideally, an acoustic quality is achieved which suits the use of the room and office, which makes us feel comfortable and allows us to communicate without any effort, and which we do not perceive as too loud or too quiet.

 

The use of acoustic tiles instead of standard mineral fibre tiles will dramatically improve the sound absorption within a space. They are well suited to a wide range of application areas, where high aesthetics, high quality of finish and strong long term performance for a good indoor environment is required. Tiles are made from high density 100% stone wool and come in a variety of colours and textures. They are sized to fit into standard lay-in, metric or imperial, ceiling systems, essential when retrofitting into existing ceiling grids.

 

Where suspended ceilings are not an option, individual suspended acoustic panels and small areas of acoustic suspended ceiling, called ceiling islands, can be employed to help reduce the reflective nature of plaster, metal and concrete surfaces. In environments where the fixing of fabric covered acoustic wall panels is not acceptable, framed acoustic panels finished as wall art can be a good solution.

 

Office Acoustic SolutionsOur comprehensive range of specially designed office acoustic screens has evolved in response to market demands, with each range still able to meet all the usual practical, functional, visual and economic requirements. A thorough investigation of the users privacy and communication requirements is necessary before the screening solution can be selected.

 

 

Acoustic Office Screens

 

Our Partner has developed the Addition acoustic screen to cater for low and high level barriers with doors, double-glazing and cable management if required. The Addition Acoustic screen has a unique absorbent outer panel, which is upholstered in a choice of fabrics and a dense inner core to stop the sound energy travelling through the screen. These screens, can be manufactured to any size and elevation (within material constraints) to suit the individual requirements of each project.

 

Acoustic Glazing

Office Acoustic Doors
Tony O'Donovan Office Interiors provides the latest range of acoustic glazing.
With insulation values for 48dB for double glazing and 38dB for single glazing.
Used in conjunction with our acoustic glazed doors which can achieve up to 40dB, we can calculate every project delvieried to your requirements.

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When talking about sound masking, cover is the term given to a computer generated random sound that makes conversation and noise more difficult to hear and comprehend. The sound has no information within it, which ensures the human ear and brain cannot recognise it and therefore we are not distracted by it.

 

This masking sound is controlled in volume and frequency to fit the profile of the space it is being used in and creates an ambient background sound level. This reduces the gap between the high and low sound pressures which results in a sound dynamic, measured in decibels (dB(A)). The smaller the sound emergence the less the occupant is interrupted or overheard. Sound masking technology provided by Logison® Acoustic Network offers industry leading performance.

 

Sound masking as natural occurrence

Sound masking may sound technologically advanced, but it is a phenomenon common in nature. For example, the breaking waves on a beach generate a natural random sound spectrum that masks intelligible components of speech and inhibits comprehension, making it easy to have a private talk on the beach without being disturbed by other peoples' conversations.

 

Sound Masking Delivery System

 

Artistic Sound ProofingAcoustic Wall Panels are used for soundproofing to clad wall surfaces and the backs of furniture items like storage cabinets to reduce the sound reflective nature of these surfaces and assist in absorbing the sound energy.

 

The panels can be manufactured to specific sizes and upholstered in a choice of sound absorbing fabrics to suit the interior landscape or printed with images and graphics. 

 

 

 

Sound proof wall panelingSound Proofing with different fabrics

 

 

Research

  • 70% of workers say they would be more productive in a less noisy environment
  • 72% of workers are dissatisfied with their speech privacy
  • 64% of workers are interrupted more than 20 times per day

 

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Furniture Solutions

 

With your partner we also have an extensive range of acoustic furniture solutions , that will met you need for any open plan office. Please contact us for any enquiries.

 

 

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