Does acoustic laminated glass work?
Acoustic laminated glass consists of two or more panes of laminated glass that are separated by an acoustic PVB interlayer. Compared to conventional laminated glass, the acoustic PVB layer provides noticeably superior levels of sound insulation. One resin layer is sandwiched between the two glass sheets to create the acoustic glass. When seen through the glass, this structure is entirely undetectable.
It has an appearance that is somewhat comparable to laminated glass. There is a wide range of classes of acoustic glass available, and each one is distinguished by the amount of interlayer resin it contains. Since different sound frequencies have varying wavelengths, some grades of glass are better at dampening specific sound frequencies. In addition to its acoustic performance, it also provides the advantages that laminated glass offers, such as increased security and protection from UV rays.