Wood Sound Control Door Assemblies


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8.5" x 11"
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Use this SimpleSpecs 3-part specification template to specify wood door and frame assemblies with sound control ratings.

These assemblies include doors, frames, sound seals, thresholds, and astragals that are tested and furnished as a complete package. These door assemblies have the appearance of standard wood doors and frames. They are prepared to accept standard builders hardware. The doors are  also available in fire-rated and with acoustic-rated glazed panels.


Are an essential component in environments where noise control is critical. These assemblies are designed and manufactured to minimize sound transmission, providing a barrier against noise in commercial or industrial settings.

When selecting a door assembly, it’s important to consider factors.  Such as the required Sound Transmission Class (STC) rating, fire resistance, durability, and aesthetic requirements. By choosing the right assembly, you can create a quieter and more comfortable environment for employees, customers, or patients.

What is it?

Door and frame units designed to provide sound insulation and control. These assemblies are constructed using specialized materials and construction techniques that are designed to reduce sound transmission. Wood sound control door assemblies are typically used in commercial or industrial settings, such as music studios, theaters, conference rooms, or hospitals, where sound control is critical.

How does the Door Assembly Work?

Minimizing sound transmission through the door and frame unit. The assemblies typically feature a combination of specialized materials and construction techniques that are designed to reduce sound transmission. For example, the door may be constructed using a dense wood core, such as particleboard or MDF, with sound-absorbing insulation sandwiched between two layers of wood veneer. The frame may also feature gasketing or a magnetic seal to further reduce sound transmission through gaps around the door.

The Benefits of this Door Assembly

Noise Reduction: Provide a barrier against sound transmission, reducing the amount of noise that passes through the door and frame unit.

Improved Privacy: In settings where privacy is critical, such as medical facilities or counseling centers, these doors help ensure confidentiality by reducing sound transmission.

Durability: Can withstand heavy use, making them suitable for high-traffic areas.

Aesthetics: Customized to meet specific aesthetic requirements, such as the type of wood veneer or the design of the door and frame.

Recommended Manufacturer:

metal Sound Control Door Assemblies

Related SimpleSpecs template:

08 34 74 – Metal Sound Control Door Assemblies


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