A discreet form of smoke extraction at the Théâtre de l’Odéon
SOUCHIER, which specialises in smoke exhaust and daily ventilation solutions, contributed to the restoration work at the Théâtre de l’Odéon in Paris, supplying CERTICIEL Phonique roof-mounted smoke ventilators.
A particular restoration project Le Théâtre de L’Odéon, built in the 17th century, has been redeveloped and converted on a number of occasions. Upgrading the site to satisfy new safety standards entailed the installation of a high-performance fire protection and smoke exhaust system.
Major noise restrictions
Two sets of three plated and insulated CERTICIEL phonique devices were installed on the roof of the theatre, above the technical support centre, the roof having been cut to shape.
SOUCHIER’S CERTICIEL Phonique roof-mounted smoke ventilator combines two face-to-face openings. Mounted on an upstand, its opaque acoustic filling comprises insulating material placed between two aluminium plates. This provides sound attenuation leevls of between 40 and 44 db (RW).
Project Owner: Ministry of Culture and Communication, EMOC - Etablissement Public de Maîtrise d’Ouvrage des Travaux Culturels,
Project supervisor: Alain-Charles Perrot, Architecte en Chef des Monuments Historiques,
Roof covering and sealing company: UTB.