acoustic enclosure Articles

  • Rolling machine enclosure case study

    Process details Rolling machine used to manufacture exercise books for schools Supply Acoustic enclosure 7.7m long x 6.5m wide x 3m high Special requirements Unit designed to allow very easy access and numerous cutouts/feed chutes while maintaining an excellent acoustic performance. Performance ...


    By Wakefield Acoustics Ltd

  • Enclosure for small laboratory equipment case study

    Process Details Large cryogenic mill designed for cryogenic grinding and pulverising tough and temperature sensitive samples immersed in liquid nitrogen. Supply Stainless steel desktop acoustic enclosure 760mm wide x 720mm deep x 710mm high Product selection Enclosure needed to be lockable, able to collect ...


    By Wakefield Acoustics Ltd

  • miniSODAR

    The miniSODAR is a high-frequency Doppler sodar system that was designed to measure the atmospheric wind profile from 15 meters to 150/200 meters (data is often available to 250 meters) in 5-meter increments. It operates by generating a short tone burst (30 ms to 100 ms) in the frequency range of 4 kHz to 6 kHz. It monitors the low-level acoustic signal echoed by the atmosphere. The echo is ...

  • Industrial Noise Control Services

    Industrial Noise Control Studies Study different equipment noise and recommend suitable noise insulation. This include diesel generators, gas turbines, compressors, pumps, fans, chillers, factory machineries, traffic noise,...etc. Our evaluations and recommended solutions meet general guidelines and practices of international standards and nroise laboratories such as ...

  • Reducing Noise Levels through Engineering Controls

    It’s fairly simple to control personal exposure to noise by limiting exposure time or using hearing protectors like ear plugs or ear muffs. Engineering controls are usually applied to the machinery that produces noise. OSHA regulations state that if noise exposure levels reach the 90dba PEL, then engineering controls ...

  • A Good Night’s Sleep: The Impact of Noise

    When you’re trying to get a good night’s sleep, noise can impact severely on your efforts. In fact, some people need 100% quiet before they are able to drift off to sleep – proving silence really is golden when it comes to bedtime. If you sleep in a noisy environment, it ruins the quality of your slumber and leaves you feeling tired and dissatisfied, according to the National ...


    By Sound Planning Limited

  • Low cost fan noise attenuation in the power industry

    An article about the application of our Quiet Fan technology (QFt) to reduce the noise from large fans in the power industry has been published in Power Engineering International. The journalist suggests that the widespread adoption of the technology in this industry could reduce both capital and running costs very substantially ...

  • Bloodhound: Beyond the Speed of Sound

    During tests in South Africa, the Bloodhound supersonic car has reached its fastest speed to date, blasting to an incredible 628 mph. The unique pencil-shaped car, powered by a rocket engine and a jet engine, is designed to reach speeds of 1,050 mph. It is being continually developed with the aim of beating the current land speed record of 763 mph, achieved on 15th October 1997 by RAF pilot Andy ...


    By Sound Planning Limited

  • Location of sound sources - Case Study

    IAG offers its customers the identification and location of noise in outdoor environments with multiple sources. Through the Acoustic Camera technology, an acoustic antenna with numerous microphones, a multichannel signal acquisition system and a software for digital processing of acoustic signals, we will know which are the main sources of noise and the contribution of each of them ...

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