Sound insulation for air conditioner cover
- Posted by Renaud
The air conditioning is an unbeatable ally for your thermal comfort. However, its operation often (if not all the time) causes noise pollution. So do you have to make a choice or can you enjoy the right room temperature without harmful sound waves? The answer lies in the sound insulation of your thermal device. Don’t you understand anything? We will provide you with further details on this subject.
The acousticians are of your opinion: the air-conditioning system should be made less noisy so that the comfort provided is really at the top. These experts in the fight against acoustic nuisance have therefore developed solutions that reduce the density of noise emanating from the air conditioning system.
First of all, it is possible to deflect the propagation of sounds by changing the angle of your air conditioner by 90°. This saves you from having to move the unit to reduce the sound pressure by a few decibels. The reverberation naturally present in the air-conditioning installation space is responsible for attenuating the noise.
As a second option, consider voluntarily creating noise barriers. Concretely, it is a question of creating walls, partitions or installing massive elements. Each obstacle will act as an absorber, improving your acoustic comfort.
The use of insulating materials is another solution available to you. For example, you can cover your furniture and walls with polystyrene sheets, mineral wool, cork, rock wool…. These insulations ensure a better seal of the room to the discomforts caused by the air conditioner.
All these solutions can be combined with each other for optimum efficiency.
The advantages of a noise protection cover
As soon as we talk about climate control, you are sure to find ultra aesthetic solutions. It must be recognized that air conditioners are often unsightly and their installation can detract from the existing design.
The soundproofing is an additional option imagined for your well-being. You don’t have to choose between cellulose, polyurethane and other insulation for your comfort. Everything has been studied before the weather stripping was even produced. The choice of material, its thickness, its design… the essential elements for a successful acoustic insulation are there.
This means that you do not have to do any work to isolate the unit to reduce the sound intensity. You simply choose a noise protection cover suitable for the existing installation and that’s all there is to it. This is more economical than conventional insulation solutions, especially since you kill two birds with one stone. Forget about the phonic discomfort that you are experiencing and that you can unwillingly impose on the neighbourhood. At the same time, take advantage of an air conditioner that is an integral part of your decor and that will enhance the cachet of your home.
Would you like to buy an air conditioning cover with sound insulation?
As you can see, a climate cover with an acoustic correction system is advantageous from many points of view. If you would like to buy this insulating accessory to reduce the noise level of your air conditioner, please do not hesitate to consult the models we have available.
We would like to make it clear that noise reduction does not affect the operation of the ventilation system in any way. Your air conditioner will retain absolutely all its functions. The difference is that the device is acoustically more discreet.
PAC CONCEPT takes care of the efficiency of the insulation as well as the quality of the finishes. The pleasure of your eyes is perfectly combined with the comfort of your ears in our online catalogue so make your choice!
The sound insulation is an innovative solution that fits perfectly with our cache-clim.
We offer you a wide range of products benefiting from this system to make you enjoy a pleasant atmosphere.
As acoustics is not our primary business, no quantified commitment in terms of noise reduction (dB) will be made. Our experience feedback is conclusive but a reduction in figures or a commitment to results would require an in-depth study of the equipment (sound power, sound pressure), of the environment in which it is located (effect of reverberations, partitions, vibrations…) and this is not within our field of expertise.