SOUND-INSULATING GLASS PACKETS

Sound-insulating glass packets reduce city and traffic noise. The most economical way of sound insulation is to use asymmetric glazing in the glazing packet.

For better sound insulation, it is recommended to use laminated glass packets with a special sound insulation film. At the same time, the laminated glass with sound insulation film provides a safety function for the glazing packet.

Glass package structure Thickness, mm Heat permeability, Ug, W/m2K Light transmission, Lt, % Solar energy, g, % Sound isolation, Rw (C; Ctr), dB
Glass
33.1Lam 6.4 5.7 90 81 32 (-1; -3)
33.2Lam 6.8 5.7 90 80 32 (-1; -3)
Single-chamber glass packet
4FT-16(Ar)-4SC 24 1.1 82 64 30 (-1; -4)
6FT-14(Ar)-4SC 24 1.1 81 63 35 (-2;-5)
33.1L-14(Ar)-4SC 24.4 1.1 81 60 36 (-1; -4)
33.2L-12(Ar)-6SC 24.8 1.3 80 59 35 (-1; -5)
33.2L-12(Ar)-44.2L SC (SR) 27.5 1.3 80 59 41 (-2; -5)
Double-chamber glass packet
4SC-12(Ar)-4FT-12(Ar)-4SC 36 0.7 74 53 31 (-1; -4)
6SC-12(Ar)-4FT-12(Ar)-4SC 40 0.7 73 51 35 (-1;-4)
6SC-18(Ar)-4FT-18(Ar)-6SC 52 0.5 73 51 39 (-2;-7)
33.2L SC-12(Ar)-4FT-12(Ar)-4SC 38.8 0.7 73 49 37 (-1; -3)
33.2L SC-12(Ar)-4FT-12(Ar)-33.2L SC 41.5 0.7 73 49 40(-2; -5)
33.2L SC-14(Ar)-4FT-14(Ar)-44.2L SC 47.5 0.7 72 49 41 (-2; -5)
33.2L SC-12(Ar)-4FT-12(Ar)-44.2L SC (SR) 43.5 0.7 72 49 45 (-2; -5)
44.2L SC (SR)-12(Ar)-4FT-12(Ar)-44.2L SC (SR) 45.5 0.7 72 48 46 (-2; -7)