Sound insulation has become a significant task in the building industry. Living and working in soundproof rooms leads to a significant improvement in the quality of life - concentration increases and sleep is more restful. This is also recognised by legislators and building owners. As a result, more and more regulations and requirements are being imposed, which may also affect the drainage system of your project.
Comprehensive sound reduction does not only mean the insulation of windows, walls and ceilings, but also concerns supply and drainage pipes. On the one hand, flowing water in the sewage pipe causes airborne sound as audible noise. On the other hand, vibrations cause structure-borne noise, which is transmitted to the wall via pipe clamps and brackets and can cause noise pollution.