Good acoustic performance in educational environments is essential. The ability of the teacher keeping student attention can be significantly reduced if noise levels are high from neighbouring classrooms or if there is a reverberation noise issue within the classroom.
There are several areas to treat for educational acoustics. All performance levels are detailed in the acoustic regulations for educational environments which is known as Building Bulletin 93 (BB93). Areas of concern include indoor ambient noise levels in unoccupied spaces, airborne insulation between spaces, and sound absorption in corridors and stairways.
Hush can offer guidance on projects of any size, from a single classroom to an entire school. We give expert advice on reverberation noise within a room. If reverberation noise is at a high level within a room then it can cause difficulties understanding what is being said. The Hush Absorber range will cater for any reverberation issues. Hush acoustics also have an extensive range of products and systems that can reduce impact and airborne noise issues between learning spaces.