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Silenceair International launches soundproof ventilated door

Managing Director says product is specifically designed for hotel applications and eliminates the need for acoustic transfer ducts

| | Jun 19, 2018 | 5:24 pm
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Sydney, Australia, 19 June 2018: Silenceair International launched a soundproof ventilated door during its participation at the ARBS 2018 trade show in Sydney, Australia. Chris Matthews, Managing Director, Silenceair International, said the product is specifically designed for hotel applications where acoustic privacy is required, but relief air is needed for the bathroom exhaust fan. “This will eliminate the need for acoustic transfer ducts,” he said, “and will also address the issue of excessive bathroom steam setting off fire alarms.”

Elaborating on the product’s features, Matthews said the soundproof ventilated door is also aimed at venting rooms that have a VRV split system and require venting to address accidental refrigerant leakages. Speaking in the context of IEQ, Matthews said, “The office door version of our technology is designed to address the growing evidence that sound pollution has a serious health and productivity impact on office environments.”

Matthews said Silenceair is looking to introduce its new products to the wider global market, where their technology is protected by 16 patents. Matthews further said the company is currently supplying to Australia, with limited sales in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada, and is leveraging its experience from 15 years of operation to innovate products aimed at global markets.


Hannah Jo Uy is Assistant Editor at Climate Control Middle East magazine. She may be contacted at hannah@cpi-industry.com

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