See below how Glass façade & windows by Saint-Gobain can contribute to HQE International criteria: creating an acoustic environment quality appropriate for various rooms
High-performance acoustic glazing alone reduces noise pollution from the outside by up to 50 dB.
To promote the optimization of the acoustic environment quality of spaces, through the respect of acoustic indicators.
Complying to programme or contractual requirements by the applicant for every acoustic indicator but also to quantitative values for every acoustic indicator, performing an acoustic study on training and practical work rooms under acoustic environment criteria and implementing solutions identified as the most suitable by the study.
Saint-Gobain sound-insulating glazing plays an essential role in maintaining the sound comfort of a room. The solutions are checked to meet specific environment of each building, for instance, level and type of external nuisances. Our sound-insulating glazing solutions provide:
- Double glazing with two glasses of different thicknesses; and
- A more efficient solution (CLIMAPLUS SILENCE) that combines a simple glass and a laminated acoustic glass.
But glazing is not the only element to be taken into account - it needs to be mounted on a chassis, it must be of good quality, should be airtight, and equipped with adequate acoustic performance.
This acoustic simulator allows you to easily determine the best performing glazing for your windows according to your exterior environment.
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