I would like to reduce noise in my room and found a site selling curtains which can reduce noise by 7 decibels.
Is this kind of reduction really possible with just a curtain?
I wonder if this is not just a commercial argument to sell highly priced curtains.
Improving the level of acoustic comfort is only possible by increasing the weight and density of the material used. Based on this principle, Moondream developed a curtain which, through the successive juxtaposition of three components, achieves a significant noise reduction: up to 7 decibels* (on average).
This is made possible by combining 3 different fabric layers
- 1st component: 1 very heavy fabric with also acts as a blackout layer
- 2nd component: 1 external fabric made of equally heavy brushed cotton
- 3rd component: resting between the 2 other layers, a thermal insulation fabric