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Low density fibre in 4" thick panels - worthwhile or worthless? Utility Software
Old 15th April 2018
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What data are you referring to? I can only se general STC numbers in your link ...
if less transparent is more sound insulation i don't understand your question.

Last edited by dinococcus; 15th April 2018 at 12:19 PM..
Old 15th April 2018
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if less transparent is more sound insulation i don't understand your question.
Less transparant = higher transmission loss.

Can you please explain exactly what data in you link shows "the opposite"? I dont see it. I only see STC numbers ...
Old 15th April 2018
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@Dana, no need to quote your entire post. But it heartens me that now that the miscommunications and misunderstandings typical of Public Fora have been gradually all diminished by further explanation, Nota Bene! that we agree on pretty much everything. I do think it best to search for such coincidence rather than observing divergent views of reality. 50% of the latter have to be incorrect.

DD

Last edited by DanDan; 15th April 2018 at 07:09 PM..
Old 15th April 2018
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Less transparant = higher transmission loss.

Can you please explain exactly what data in you link shows "the opposite"? I dont see it. I only see STC numbers ...
There are a text in the first link said : the wall 2 same as the wall 1 in your first post is the wall the more transparent.
Old 15th April 2018
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There are a text in the first link said : the wall 2 same as the wall 1 in your first post is the wall the more transparent.
I have no idé what you are trying to say. Again, your link only shows geeneral STC values. Can you please try ro explain in detail what you are trying to say and what data you are referring to when sayin it is "opposite" to my example.
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