The allowable noise levels average around 85 dB(A). However, factories, manufacturing plants and industrial centers usually exceed that threshold. Industrial noise usually ranges from 81dB(A) to 115 dB(A). That level is generally unwanted near business centers and residences, where people typically want industrial noise reduction.
Effective Industrial Noise Control Measures
Without effective industrial noise control, manufacturing centers can produce noise that can affect the quality of life of the residents and businesses in the surrounding area. If it’s evident that your production facility has impacted residential and urban centers due to excessive noise pollution, your business may also be served a noise abatement notice.
Fortunately, installing an industrial noise control system can help you avoid this inconvenience. Effective noise-reducing solutions can be beneficial in various areas such as paper mills, industrial plants, foundries, pump stations, power plants, refineries and more.
Industrial Noise Reduction Barriers
Many industrial noise control providers use concrete, the standard material for constructing sound barrier walls. It’s a durable solution; however, it fails to provide the desired level of industrial noise reduction.
The sound-reflective nature of materials such as concrete and similar products, makes sound waves bounce off their surface, spreading the noise in every direction.
Noise Barrier Walls produces industrial sound-absorptive noise control barriers better suited for noise abatement for production floors and manufacturing centers.
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