Acoustical Doors Provide Quieter Environments for Students, Patients and Office Workers

Hospitals, hotels, classrooms and offices will soon be able to help people heal, rest, learn and work better with Masonite Architectural’s acoustical door offering.Hospitals, hotels, classrooms and offices will soon be able to help people heal, rest, learn and work better with Masonite Architectural’s acoustical door offering.

Hospitals, hotels, classrooms and offices will soon be able to help people heal, rest, learn and work better with Masonite Architectural’s acoustical door offering.

Hospitals, hotels, classrooms and offices will soon be able to help people heal, rest, learn and work better with Masonite Architectural’s acoustical door offering.

Hospitals, hotels, classrooms and offices will soon be able to help people heal, rest, learn and work better with Masonite Architectural’s acoustical doors.

Masonite Architetural, a Masonite Corp. Co., is expanding its STC-rated products offering with the introduction of five Marshfield Sonashield acoustic pair doors:

  • STC 39 non-rated pairs with lites
  • STC 39 non-rated pairs
  • STC 32 fire-rated pairs (20 minute)
  • STC 32 non-rated pairs with lites
  • STC 32 non-rated pairs

Acoustical considerations matter and STC-rated products are increasingly recognized by design professionals as an important element of quality building design and construction. The benefits of acoustical design extend across market segments:

  • A quieter hospital environment can lead to an optimal healing environment and better patient satisfaction.
  • Reduced noise improves the hotel guest experience and results in fewer complaints.
  • Less background noise helps enhance classroom learning and comprehension.
  • Better acoustical design improves livability and could help boost occupancy rates of mixed-use buildings.

With the introduction of their new acoustic pair doors, Masonite Architectural has expanded its leadership in acoustically rated product offerings.

Products with high STC performance can reduce room-to-room and hallway-to-room sound transmissions for health care, hospitality, education and mixed-use construction. Masonite Architectural is making investments in acoustics research and development, with an expert staff committed to combining innovation with practical products and proven performance.

www.MarshfieldDoors.com

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