Sonic Lag

Sonic Lag from Acoustics and Coatings Pty Ltd

By: Acoustics and Coatings Pty Ltd  09-Feb-2011
Keywords: Acoustic Insulation, Sound Insulation, Noise Insulation

 

Sonic Lag: One of the most common problems in homes and multi-residential buildings today concerns noise from the waste pipes when drainage occurs. PVC and other pipes radiate noise into the ceiling or wall cavity that can disturb the peace and quiet  of our homes, especially at night.
The Solution - Sonic-lag, a medium weight flexible noise barrier manufactured for the purpose.
The Building Code of NT F5.6 now sets the standard for noise emissions from waste pipes in buildings. Sonic-lag offers a  quick and inexpensive system manufactured to meet these exacting standards.

Keywords: Acoustic Insulation, Acoustic Materials, Noise Insulation, Sound Insulation

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