Purbrook’s Sound Control

An important part of the bell installation, because of the close proximity of neighbouring houses, was a sound control system to reduce the sound level during practice and other similar events.

The belfry has louvred window frames and sound boards are closed by a cord and pulley system from the clock room.

The boards are hinged at the bottom edge.

The cord system heads one floor below.
Draft excluder is fitted to the edges, which also stops sound leaks. It is noticible that passing traffic is much quieter in the belfry with the sound control closed.

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