News Posts Tagged 'Architectural Acoustics'

The acoustics world has lost a true legend, Leo Beranek

It is with great sadness that we note the passing of Leo Beranek: renaissance man; scientist, teacher, entrepreneur, television executive, philanthropist, author. His contributions to the field of acoustics are truly innumerable. He will be remembered fondly and the Pliteq library will forever feature copies of his books and papers.

Will The National Building Code Changes Reduce Noisy Neighbour Complaints?

“With the rising cost of housing in Canada, many first-time homebuyers may be opting to buy a condo or townhouse or semi rather than a pricier detached home. This means they will be sharing walls with neighbours, which can result in noise complaints even if they are built to code.”Read

Pliteq engineers completed 8 independent acoustic lab test programs in Fall 2015.

Since September of 2015, Pliteq Inc. engineers have completed acoustical testing of 66 assemblies on 8 structures including steel joists, hollow-core slabs, insulated concrete forms, heavy timber, cross laminated timber, suspended ceilings and engineered wood joist assemblies. STC, IIC, delta IIC and heavy impact ball data was all recorded. Please

New GenieClip Patent Issued

The second GenieClip patent 9,121,469 was issued on September 1, 2015. Pliteq CEO Paul Downey is now listed as the inventor on 7 sound and vibration control patents.

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