Noise-Lock® Acoustic Windows

High-performance acoustic windows to suit a wide range of applications

IAC Noise-Lock® acoustic windows can be manufactured bespoke specific to your application and are available in STC ratings from 35 to over 59.

IAC Noise-Lock® acoustic windows are laboratory tested and manufactured with precision from strong, durable metal (aluminum or stainless/galvanized steel) with reliable acoustic seals. We factory assemble for rapid, simple installation and ensure perfect integration with any construction system.

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Applications

  • Factory offices
  • Factory enclosures
  • TV studios
  • Radio studios
  • Audiometric rooms
  • Test cells
  • Translation booths
  • Music practice rooms
  • Hotels
  • Offices

Glazing Options Include:

  • Laminated Safety Glass
  • Tempered Safety Glass
  • One-Way Vision Mirror
  • Non-Reflective, Heat Resistant
  • Bullet Resistant
  • Polycarbonate
  • Wire-Inserted Safety Glass

Features:

  • STC ratings from 35 to 59
  • Noise reduction NIC 30-54 dB
  • Sound absorbing liner: pre-finished
  • Factory assembled including glazing
  • Fasteners /anchors
  • Retrofit fasteners
  • Sized to fit any wall thickness
  • Integrates with all types of construction (drywall, studs,concrete, masonry)
  • Stackable

Acoustic Performance

LSG: Laminated Safety Glass BRG: Bullet Resistant Glazing
Tested in accordance with ASTM E 90

 


Case Studies

Entercom Communications Corporation

IAC was there to provide our expertise as well as our worldclass Noise-Lock doors and windows. During the two-year design and planning phase, IAC worked closely with architects, Gensler, and acoustical consultants, The Sextant Group.

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University of the Arts

In the spring of 2019, IAC Acoustics partnered with C. Erickson and Sons, Inc who had been contracted directly by the university to provide construction service related to the renovation of  University of the Arts (UArts) located in Center City, Philadelphia.

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Progress Rail, a Caterpillar Company, had an issue with locomotive engines that was two-fold: they needed noise reduction while still providing proper ventilation to the engines. They enlisted the help of IAC Acoustics to find a viable solution.

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