Earlier this month we started a dialogue about sound transmission class (STC) by defining STC, sound transmission loss (STL), and explaining how sound transmission works.
This week we’ll be discussing how the right glazing contributes to a better STC rating.
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Okay, so what is STC, and why should you care?
STC is an acronym for sound transmission class. Sound transmission class is a rating assigned to a particular material or product based on its ability to attenuate sound. It’s a rough reflection of a material or product’s ability to reduce the decibels of surrounding noise.