Sound resistant door or door sound insulation technology is to create a door that blocks sound waves from passing through the door frame and core panel, so that the opposite side user experience is that the noise is silent.
Contrary to popular belief, true sound resistant doors are indeed soundproof and can reduce a lot of noise in every way and create a barrier that is difficult to penetrate. Our dark green composite doors and smooth finish composite doors are able to do this. One of the main reasons why the general public misunderstands that soundproof doors can only help reduce a small amount of noise is because sometimes the information provided by contractors, consultants and suppliers is inaccurate.
Standard size: (H) 2100mm *(W)900mm (height*width)
The maximum custom size is: single leaf: (W) 1100mm * (H) 3000mm; double leaf: (W) 2000mm * (H) 3000mm.
Options: black composite door with black frame, black composite door with white frame, composite doors supplied and fitted, etc.
It actually turns the sound resistant door from a hollow door to a more real door, which is once again insignificant compared to real things. The plywood used is electrically conductive, as you can see from the photo, using a large amount of wood support, which is ideal for transmitting noise to the already insulated door area. One of the other differences from conventional doors and typical contractor sound resistant doors is the use of perimeter seals and drop seals.
Then we came to the soundproof door. Depending on the requirements and specifications, true soundproof composite doors can be made to block all levels of noise. The sound transmission coefficient level STC 35dB is considered acceptable in terms of noise reduction associated with the key performance indicator (KPI) of the sound proof door.
Some of the main differences of our STC 35 sound resistant doors are the materials used, the frame, the frame design, the seals and the locking system. The soundproof door needs to be locked in the frame and airtight to ensure that there is no noise loss through the gap that occurs through the conventional door. The smooth finish composite door core also needs to be particularly insulated as the door frame. The sound resistant doors we offer provide a high level of sound reduction and can provide as much sound insulation as possible to solve your problem.