In order to increase the insulation effect of hollow glass, it is necessary to carry out appropriate design. Many buildings are built with double layers of insulating glass instead of one solid piece. Double-layer insulating glass has an aluminum alloy outer surface, which is more impact-resistant than the plastic steel window profile. It also has a rain-proof structure that meets relevant national standards. It also has high sound insulation, up to 30 decibels.
Different types of hollow glass have different compositions and properties. Although the purpose of each insulating glass is different, the performance of each is the same: control heat, reduce sound, reduce condensation. These characteristics make insulating glass an excellent choice for building construction. It is also an excellent choice for building all-glass facades and striking building facades. What's more, sound insulation is an undisputed requirement of modern building construction.
In addition to the sound insulation effect of hollow glass, there are many other factors that have an impact on the sound insulation performance of partition walls. The proportional area of each material affects its overall performance, and even a small hole can dramatically alter its acoustic properties. In addition, the sound performance of partitions depends on the overall frame and other materials used in the construction. More importantly, the insulation performance of the partition is improved by a layer of laminated glass.
What is the sound insulation effect of hollow glass? Different from ordinary glass, insulating glass is made of two pieces of glass with a gap between them. Generally speaking, the thickness of the glass determines its noise reduction effect, and the larger the air space, the better. Depending on the thickness of the glass, laminated glass with a thickness of 6.5 mm can be selected, effectively reducing the noise of 32 decibels.
Although the sound insulation effect of hollow glass is proportional to its thickness to a large extent, the difference between thickness and thin layer can significantly improve the sound insulation effect. While it is impossible to predict the noise reduction effect of different types of glass, it is possible to choose the appropriate thickness of glass for the environment. The optimal thickness depends on the level of ambient noise pollution.