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Every room must meet specific needs depending on its intended use. In a large facility with many rooms, excellent soundproofing must be provided to allow simultaneous use of different areas. In a private practice room, the emphasis is placed on acoustic treatment, styling and tailoring solutions to the individual user’s needs.
Reson8 has developed a working model capable of providing “turnkey” delivery. After a careful assessment of the specific case, considering the needs and the budget available, it designs and installs the insulation and internal acoustic treatment and the air-conditioning, electrical, data, audio and video systems.
Reson8 supplies a complete solution to guarantee efficiency and reliability, and enable customers to be certain of the total costs and precise design and realisation times in advance.
When it comes to the soundproofing of a practice room, the various rooms must be insulated from each other and from the outside.Various parts of the structure (walls, floors and ceilings) and access points (doors and windows, air-conditioning systems and electrical systems and wiring) are all involved in this process.
Low frequency soundproofing is the most critical aspects, and therefore an external structure capable of containing these frequencies (non environment double shell), preferably in brick or stone, must be built. Dry sand filling may be used in the cavities (including those of the double ceilings) as an amorphous material. The internal acoustic treatment modules (Helmotz or diaphragm resonators) are installed between this perimeter structure and a second, inner structure, with specially angled or diaphragm walls.
The inner structure may be in multilayer plasterboard, including composite types, taking special care over joints and other points requiring filling, together with the use of elastic mounting joints in the anchor points.
The floor must be mechanically decoupled: several layers of thin wood sheets on an interlocking lath framework resting on a mattress comprise one possible system, with the cavities filled with mineral fibre, for example. In more expensive solutions, a cast concrete floor is supported by precalibrated suspensions, with a double layer lath framework providing the structure of the internal walls.