Enfield Doors is one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of bespoke flush Acoustic Doors and soundproofing doors. Our acoustic timber doors comply with all building regulations and we are proud to have received the Quiet Mark accreditation, which is a symbol of quality and excellence reflecting our own company ethos, assuring our customers of the highest standards and the performance of our products.
Acoustic doors with an acoustic performance of 35dB and above are supplied as complete sound attenuating, high performance assemblies with a frame. We can supply duel certifications against fire and most can be supplied in the veneer or laminate of your choice.
Our range of sound insulating doors includes both soundproof external doors and sound proof internal doors doors, for noise control in commercial buildings and many other locations including soundproof studio doors.
If you need a door that provides excellent sound insulation, Enfield Doors would be happy to provide you with advice and a free quotation.
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Acoustic Doors Made To Your Specification
- Acoustic door specifications of 35dB and above
- Every door made to order with a range of finishes available
- Fire rated doors supplied with protection from 30 mins to 240 mins
- Glass panels can be added with some limitations
- Bespoke manufacturing options make them suitable for all sectors
- Industry leading accreditations including Quiet Mark
Our technical library is a collection of online resources and guides covering our door manufacturing process. This includes detailed PDF downloads and links to partner websites.
If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Suitable For All Sectors
The UK industry standard of measurement is very precise. At an independent test facility the door is subjected to consistent sound waves across the spectrum of frequencies and the average result is then adjusted in a standardised manner because the human ear is not sensitive to every sound. We all know that dogs hear higher pitched noises than humans do.
Each acoustic doorset will have different characteristics at different frequencies so selecting the best solution is not necessarily simply about the high levels. We are here to help and advise you on different doors depending on the level of noise reduction you require so please call us to discuss your particular noise pollution problem.
Thanks to our range of manufacturing options our doorsets are suitable for all business sectors.
- Recording studios
- Commercial Offices
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Acoustic doors have seals to stop sound penetrating around the door edge and they will often have an automatic drop seal to seal the gap underneath so most of our sound proof doors are pre-hung in an appropriate frame and they must be fitted as a complete unit. Every door is made to order so size is not a particular issue and there are plenty of options for door and frame finishes.
Walls, Ceilings and Floors
When you have a noise problem you should remember that sound travels through walls, floors, ceilings and structural supports so you will need to give these areas some thought.
Glass vision panels can be incorporated with some limitations. Fitting a glass panel in an acoustic door has an impact on the performance so the size and the type of glass matters and this is especially important if the door is to have both acoustic and fire certifications.
Our acoustic doorsets come with fire rated protection, with a range of doors offering 30 minutes up to 240 minutes of fire resistance.
Sound Levels On Site
A weighted sound reduction value on site (DnT,w) cannot be directly compared with Rw indices because on-site measurements are influenced by factors which are controlled for R2 measurements under laboratory conditions (or do not apply). Factors such as the area controlled for R2 measurements under laboratory conditions (or do not apply). Factors such as the area of separating walls, the volumes and sound absorption properties of source and receiving spaces, installation and various transmission paths through the structure (e.g. ducts, doors, glazing and other openings and service channels) can all affect on site measurements.
As a guide you should factor in a difference of 2 – 3dB for rooms, and as much as 5dB when measured in corridors.
You can call us on 020 3199 5849 or you can email your enquiry via the quick enquiry form.