Acoustic sound insulation systems are the applications made in order to be protected from the harmful effects of noise by purifying from unwanted sounds in the living environment, to reduce the noise emanating from noisy areas and to create appropriate usage conditions in places such as wedding halls, meeting halls and conference halls.
Controlling the spread of sound in the environment is the most important goal in sound insulation.
When sound propagates in an environment and an obstacle comes into its way, it behaves like any other physical event. In other words, a part of the sound is reflected back and part of it is absorbed by the obstacle in front of it. Examples of these sounds are music sounds and speech sounds.