Acoustic Doors are used to provide sound insulation for protecting your visitors, employees, and other people from the possibility of noise pollution. Also, fire resistant Acoustic doors and other protected doors are available. A range of specific, protective functions can be fulfilled by Acoustic soundproofing doors. Their usage can also be in boundary walls, where both fire resistant and noise control doors may be needed. Acoustic Doors can be made using a range of materials, like laminated steel, galvanised steel, and sheet metals. Also, Acoustic Doors can be installed and completed either with certain finishes or decorative veneers or both suiting your space's aesthetic design.

Advantages of Acoustic Doors
An Acoustic Door has two main functions. Since it is made out of solid it acts like a sound barrier, reduces the levels of noise coming in and going out of an environment or work space. Probably some protection will be provided by the door against fire and smoke from spreading. It is a common thinking that Acoustic doors prevent noise getting inside, like in a recording studio. But we should not forget that it is equally important that noise should not get out in certain environments and rooms. Good examples are board rooms, interview rooms, and concert halls.

Applications of Acoustic soundproofing Doors
Varieties of organizations use Acoustic soundproofing Doors including industrial, commercial, and public companies. These include: music and concert venues, music studios and recording studios, theaters and cinemas, night clubs and bars, manufacturing plants and factories, mainly those involving loud machinery, public institutions, such as schools and university buildings, medical institutions, such as audiology facilities and even x-ray facilities, and general corporate and office buildings.

Types of Acoustic Doors
You can purchase Acoustic Doors to suit a range of door sizes and types as needed by your construction project. For example, the design of your Acoustic Doors can be as:

Single or double sliding doors
Single or double swinging doors
Heavy or lightweight doors
Fire or smoke doors
Electronic, automatic, or Magnamatic doors
All door types can be installed and manufactured with the required hardware and accessories, including hinges, frames, handles, Acoustic seals, and closing/locking mechanisms, and also additional needs like viewing windows or peep holes.
Choosing an Acoustic Door
If you decide to use an Acoustic Door set for your venue or building, several things need to be considered such as:
Type and size of door needed. Do you need double or single Acoustic Doors? Should they be swinging or sliding?

The level of sound resistance your Acoustic doors need to provide.
If your Acoustic Door must also function as a fire or smoke door then understanding the resistance levels of the fire or smoke will be needed. Your Acoustic soundproofing Doors need to have what finish.