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Magnetic Acrylic Windows - Double Glazing System

Retrofitted magnetic acrylic double glazed windowDouble glaze your windows by retrofitting an internal acrylic window placed and held on a PVC sub frame by a continuous magnetic strip set into a PVC channel. The double glazing acrylic window is sealed in place, creating an air space with the existing window, thereby producing an insulating barrier. Optical clear acrylic is used which will not yellow or craze.

The Soundblock® Magnetic Window System has been tested by a NATA registered laboratory. They have measured the magnitude of improvement that Soundblock® can provide when used in conjunction with a conventional open-able sliding window. Similar improvements in performance may be anticipated when Soundblock® is used with other types of windows.

Why use Acrylic Windows?

There are many energy saving solutions on the market today that can assist in reducing energy bills but when it comes to windows, nothing compares to a retrofitted secondary magnetic acrylic window. Acrylic windows are energy efficient and an effective window construction material for the following reasons.

  • Acrylic lets more light into your building than glass (92% versus 90%)
  • Acrylic has greater insulation properties than glass because it has a greater heat loss factor. Touch a glass window on a hot or cold day and then touch an acrylic window. You will feel the difference.
  • Acrylic is the preferred product that aircraft companies use to manufacture their windows so why not take advantage of their technology in window design.

Laboratory testing has confirmed that when an existing window is equipped with the appropriate Soundblock® configuration, its sound attenuation performance will be dramatically improved, and you will hear the difference.

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Hear the Difference!

Hear for yourself how much quieter your lifestyle could be with Soundblock’s double glazed windows:

Benefits of Double Glazed Windows

Installing one of Soundblock’s retrofitted double glazed window systems can greatly reduce the noise within your home or office and also reduce heat transfer from windows will assist you in regulating and maintaining the inside temperature of your building. By doing so you reduce your dependency on the need for curtains and blinds as they’re only required to shut out sunlight and street lights shining into your building.

More Double Glazing Information

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Service Locations within Australia

Soundblock Solutions provides the supply, service and installation of double glazed secondary soundproof windows to the following capital cities within Australia:

  • Sydney (New South Wales)
  • Melbourne (Victoria)
  • Adelaide (South Australia)
  • Perth (Western Australia)

Supply only is available Australia wide.

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Double Glazing Specialist

Installing a secondary retro-fit acoustic window or door will provide significant noise reduction to your home, office or commercial application. Traditional double glazing, or refitting thicker glass, will not give you the same level of noise reduction as a secondary system.  Science explains why - it is all about the air gap! Without an air gap, optimally 100mm overall, noise cannot effectively be broken down and reduced.  

Double Glazing Info

Wall Soundproofing

Barrierboard is a revolutionary new material to substantially reduce noise - without breaking the bank. Barrierboard can reduce noise levels by as much as 75 per cent depending on its application. This amazing soundproofing product, is ideal for domestic, commercial and industrial sites.

Barrierboard Info

Sound Absorbers

Noise reverberation is a concern in many of today's modern restaurants, gymnasiums, open plan offices and homes, sound studios, outside patios etc. where hard surfaces often prevail.

Methods of reducing this intrusive noise can be as simple as adding acoustic-absorbent panels or foam tiles to the walls and/or ceilings.

Sound Absorber Info

Acoustic Consulting

A SoundBlock® Acoustic Consultant can perform tests to help you assess the pathway of noise as well as the noise level. We can recommend a SoundBlock® Solution that will best resolve your noise problem.

Acoustic Consulting