Sliding timber doors offer sound insulation of up to 52 dB
With this revolutionary sliding timber door, Lindner ensures maximum noise reduction. Lindner built the sliding timber door with steel frame with regard to the increasing demand on sound insulation. In different acoustic tests, the product achieved sound protection levels of up to 52 dB. Lindner sliding timber doors save space and create best working conditions with comfortable room acoustics. The high level of sound insulation of up to 52 dB classifies the sliding door as "highly absorbent". All Lindner products have first-class functions that show the company's extensive knowledge. Single doors with 42 mm thick panels exceed sound absorption class 1 by far, achieving sound insulation values of 33 dB. The 68 mm thick sliding door panels absorb 41 dB, thus scraping class 3 by 1 decibel. The premium product therefore ensures on ideal sound insulation for concentrated working.
Lindner sound insulation doors can be optionally furnished with an anti-radiation layer. Furthermore, the doors are especially easy to move, as they may be manually opened or be equipped with an automatic swing-door operator.
To ensure a high level of sound insulation, Lindner Research & Development, which makes project-specific calculations and develops new products, came up with the idea of inserting a special middle layer that reaches from panel to frame and acoustically seals off the room within. Special building structures are evaluated in Lindner's own TÜV certified acoustic laboratory.
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