Reverberation is a word that is increasingly present in the architecture and interior design sector. Do you know if it affects classrooms and conference rooms? How is reverberation heard through cork?
We know acoustic reverberation as the acoustic phenomenon of reflection that occurs in a room. This situation is a reality when a wave front hits walls, ceiling and floor directly. It is being solved with the appearance of materials, such as cork, with which to control this reverberation.
Cork helps absorb and dissipate sounds. It is an ideal material to reduce the interruptions of sounds colliding with each other. Thus, to be able to improve the acoustics in small or large rooms. Thanks to cork, a natural material, you will be able to reduce the disposition of the sound. You can control the reverberation thus making a quieter environment.
Remember that reverberation is a sound phenomenon produced by reflection. It consists of a slight permanence of the sound once the original source has stopped emitting it. Did you know that the parameter that allows its degree to be quantified is called Reverberation Time (RT)?
(RT) is the time required for the sound in a room to decay over a specific dynamic range, usually taken to be 60 dB, when a source is suddenly interrupted. The Sabine formula relates the RT to the properties of the room.
This is the reason why we want to highlight THERMICORK as an acoustic insulator. Do you want the best natural solution for reflected sounds?