Unsealed joints, voids and penetrations can have an undesirable effect on sound transmission in finished spaces. In addition to sealing openings to meet code requirements for Sound Transmission ratings (e.g. IBC Section 1207), addressing sound reduction as part of office fit-outs, laboratories, classroom construction and patient room renovation is extremely important to the comfort of building occupants. Hospital settings in particular require attention to sound transmission as unsealed penetrations could lead to HIPPA violations due to sound travel. Gleeson Powers offers Acoustical Sealant applications for joints, voids, and penetrations in accordance with ASTM C919-12 Standard Practice for Use of Sealants in Acoustical Applications.
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