Schools and acoustic insulation: when well-being is essential.

The importance of acoustic insulation to ensure tangible benefits in improving the educational environment: an increasingly important issue.

Ensuring acoustic insulation in schools is an investment in the future of future generations. An optimal educational environment promotes academic success, mental health and the general well-being of students.

Why is it essential to take care when designing acoustic insulation in schools?

Reduction of distractions

Students need a quiet, distraction-free environment to concentrate on their lessons. Acoustic insulation reduces unwanted noise from adjacent classrooms, busy corridors or outside noise, allowing students to concentrate on learning activities.

Better interaction

In addition to traditional teaching, lessons are increasingly involving group discussions, collaborative activities and interactive teaching. Acoustic insulation enables clearer communication and facilitates active student participation.

Health and well-being

Constant noise can cause stress and fatigue, which is why a school environment with adequate acoustic insulation fosters a more comfortable environment, encouraging the well-being of students and school personnel.

What can be done to ensure acoustic insulation in schools?

Acoustically, schools are among the most complex environments because they can be both chaotic and quiet at the same time, depending on the time of day and the activities taking place.

It may seem difficult to find acoustic solutions that are well suited to these dynamics. In reality, with a few targeted measures, it is possible to solve the most critical situations once and for all.

Acoustic insulation of new school buildings

Precisely because of their complexity, it is very important to focus on acoustic insulation at an early stage in the design of school buildings.

This makes it possible to adopt solutions that can be applied under the screed, which significantly reduce impact noise, while at the same time working on the walls to isolate airborne noise.

Reduction of impact noise

Impact sound insulation rolls to be laid under screed to prevent the propagation of noise to the floors below. They achieve the best acoustic performance using 90% recycled materials.

Reduction of airborne noise

For the reduction of airborne noise from corridors or other classrooms, different solutions can be used depending on the type of wall in the design.

In the case of plasterboard walls, we recommend using TRYWALL insulation panels, which not only offer high acoustic insulation values, but also guarantee good thermal performance.

In the case of double brick walls, we recommend opting for our solutions specifically intended for this type of wall.

Acoustic insulation when renovating school buildings

The acoustic performance of school buildings can also be significantly improved during renovation.

This is when it is important to collect all the critical issues encountered over time, in order to intervene with effective solutions designed specifically for renovation work.

Reduction of impact noise

Versatile solutions for the insulation of noise from upper floors, which can be laid adhering to the existing ceiling or suspended from it.

Reduction of airborne noise

Panels that provide acoustic insulation against noise from corridors or other classrooms. These solutions are applied to existing walls and guarantee minimal bulk.

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