Products that help reduce noise to ensure more comfortable multi-storey working and living.
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ARDEX wet area waterproofing, soundproofing and tiling systems were selected for the stylish new Wynyard Central apartments.
Driven by inspired design and innovative technology, Schweigen silent rangehoods provide restaurant-quality extraction that delivers both performance and silence.
How acoustically insulated inter-tenancy walls support privacy and solace in apartment buildings.
Décortech works with architects to design the perfect acoustic panel solutions and ensures that no compromises are made to meet the requirements of multi-storey buildings.
The system delivers acoustic performance of STC 65 and IIC of 56, with a fire performance of FR 60/60/60 as tested by BRANZ.
Neoflex recycled rubber and carpet tiles from Advance Flooring are ideal floor coverings for noise reduction.
Laboratory tests show that the perceived noise from Tropea S is 5 times lower than most widely-used cisterns on the market.
Steel Rollformed Products Ltd (SRP) has a range of acoustic solutions to assist architects and designers with achieving desired STC levels for wall partitioning and ceilings.
Design walls and ceilings that absorb sound with NZ Foam's Sealection 500 spray foam insulation.
Potter Interior Systems proudly supplied a range of quality products and proven solutions to the University of Auckland’s Waipārūrū Hall, a new student accommodation campus for over 786 students, now the largest catered school leaver hall in New Zealand.
The Raupiano Plus Acoustic Plumbing and Drainage System was chosen to replace the 18 floor vertical waste stack of this central Auckland building.
The Marley dBlue Sanitary Acoustic Plumbing system is an ideal choice for reducing wastewater noise in urban living environments.
The main advantage of intertenancy barrier systems is that the increased Sound Transmission Class (STC) and Fire Resistance Rating (FRR).