The term ‘good acoustics’ can be applied in a number of different ways, with different meanings. Generally it means a balanced united action between reverberation time, background noise and sound insulation. In a room with good acoustics the required sound is emphasised, while unwanted sounds are eliminated or reduced sufficiently so as not to cause a disturbance.
Often specified by building control and architects in buildings with proposed multiple occupancy.
Additional rubber mountings are required during the construction phase to ensure sound absorption and dissipation.
This along with a special selection of ceiling tiles or sound deadening board ensures acoustic ceilings meet the necessary guidelines as specified for the contract.