Acoustic solution for pocket doors
Frame, door and jambs for sound insulation. The ECLISSE pocket door system with high sound-proof perfomances reduces the noise through the rooms thanks to the activation of specific components that seal the entire door perimeter.
How does an acoustic pocket door work?
All the components that allow the sound insulation in a pocket door have been specifically designed to limit unwanted noises.
Acoustic door panel: the special panel stratigraphy ensures high sound-proof performances; 40 mm thick, it is supplied as a standard with the "acoustic kit" accessories.
Acoustic jambs already milled.
Gaskets and bumps that are activated when the door is closed, sealing the vertical parts of the door hole, preventing the sound to pass through.
Magnets: they grant an excellent closure of the door, keeping it tight to the closing door post.
Weatherstrip: they are activated when the door is closed, sealing the upper and lower perimeter of the door.
Watch the video and find out how an acoustic pocket door works
Acoustic 38 dB is available with walnut, raw tanganika finishes and lacquered RAL colours.
Finished wall thickness available 125 and 150 mm (both for solid and stud wall version), with width from 600 to 1000 mm and height from 2000 to 2400 mm. The acoustic system when is applied to the frames, reduces clear-passage size by 10 mm.
Acoustic borns as a integrated system able to insulate two adjoining rooms by the noise, through the application of elemets created ad hoc.
Bottom and upper weatherstrips, jambs and architraves and magnets work together to allow an acoustic absorption suitable for your needs.
To complete the instalaltion we use the special multi-layer door panel with a thickness of 40 mm. It's supplied as standard and prepared for gaskets and the lock.
Noise abatement 38 dB (-1; -3).
Norms for the test UNI EN ISO 10140 - 2
Measurement of sound insulation in buildings and building elements - Part 2: Measurement of acoustic insulation by air.
Classification Norms UNI EN ISO 717 - 1
Evaluation of sound insulation in buildings and building elements - Part 1: Sound insulation by air.