The wall thickness of aluminum, or the thickness of the window frame? Do you need to have sound insulation cotton?
The thickness of the glass, the wall thickness of the aluminum and the thickness of the window frame all affect the sound insulation effect of the system doors and windows. The most important influencing factor is the thickness of the glass. The system doors and windows need sound insulation cotton, which can better increase the sound insulation effect. For details, please consult the new standard doors and windows, three-layer hollow tempered glass, so that the home environment can be triple-isolated, so that the heat transfer is slower, the sound insulation effect is stronger, and you can enjoy the time quietly without worrying about electricity bills. |
Factors affecting the sound insulation of system glass are:
1. Glass. Glass accounts for 70% of the system doors and windows, so the sound insulation effect is dominated by glass. Because the system doors and windows generally use double-layer hollow tempered glass, and even three glass and two chambers.
Second, profiles. The profile structure is the core technical part of the system door and window system, so it also plays a key role in the sound insulation performance of the system door and window. For example, the doors and windows of the system now adopt a multi-cavity design. The new standard doors and windows select the new national standard 2.0 profiles, aviation-grade aluminum materials and imported heat insulation strips. At the same time, the multi-cavity broken bridge aluminum structure is used to enhance the airtightness of doors and windows and improve the sound insulation performance. powerful.
The quality of system doors and windows is 30% and 70% installed, and correct installation plays an important role in sound insulation. Because of incorrect installation, there will be gaps between the doors and windows of the system and the wall, resulting in water leakage, not to mention sound insulation.