Architects

Suggest Silenceair® to your Clients and Consultants today.


For Architects designing residential developments in noisy locations, Silenceair® is an efficient, environmentally responsible, and visually discrete solution to the problems of acoustical controlled ventilation.

  • ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE

  • DISCRETE & HIDDEN DESIGN

  • NO NEED FOR UGLY BULKHEADS IN ALL THE ROOMS

  • THE LOWEST COST SOLUTION FOR YOUR CLIENTS

  • EASY TO CO-ORDINATE WITH OTHER SERVICES. 

We will help solve your code compliant and acoustic ventilation problems.
Give us a quick call for advice 02 9555 7215.
The installation guides are on the Resources page.
The installation guides are on the Resources page.

Responsible Design

Silenceair® is the most environmentally responsible and effective solution to ventilation without noise.

Discrete and hidden

Silenceair® acoustic ventilators are discreetly hidden in the wall or ceiling cavity. No unsightly bulkheads are required, only the face plates are visible on a small area of the inside and outside walls.

Save clients money

Silenceair® modules sit in the wall cavity and avoid the need for expensive ducting and ugly bulkheads. One 240mm Silenceair unit is equal to 3,000mm ducting.

Easy to coordinate

The Silenceair® modules are designed to be easily installed in the wall using unskilled labour. This provides savings for on-site labour and no other tradeperson required for installation.

 

I first came across Silenceair in an apartment block I lived in that was near the airport and a busy main road. I experienced first-hand that Silenceair works.

When the opportunity came to design and build my own family home I would need a proven acoustic air vent product, as the new home was also near traffic and aircraft noise.

What made me decide on this product is that there are little to no maintenance requirements; inconspicuous design; and noise reduction achieved via the acoustic box. It fits within the depth of standard wall thicknesses, which is great when floor space is tight!

Katrina Blando
Architect
KESTREL DESIGN

Katrina’s family have a new home, which has fresh air coming in through the walls and is quiet and comfortable inside.