<![CDATA[Blank Title - Blog]]>Fri, 01 Jan 2021 15:49:00 +0100Weebly<![CDATA[Heat pumps are already running at full power]]>Tue, 01 Dec 2020 20:48:03 GMThttp://www.silent-mode.net/blog/heat-pumps-are-already-running-at-full-powerTherefore, our acoustic enclosures leave our warehouse every day for customers in order to guarantee quiet operation for all possible heat pump models across all performance classes.

Today's strict regulatory requirements regarding the noise emission limits of heat pumps in residential areas lead to increasing planning uncertainty and increased disputes between neighbors.

In fact, heat pumps installed outdoors can only be installed at a distance of 10 to 15 meters from the next neighboring window. With today's compacting construction, distances can hardly be maintained.

Many homeowners are therefore faced with the choice of replacing an old oil heater with a modern one or with a climate-friendly heat pump when they need to change the heating system.

A decision that depends not least on the options for installing a heat pump or the additional options for additional soundproofing.

In this sense, acoustic hoods create planning security and enable heat pumps to be operated in close proximity to the neighborhood.

Further information:
info@silent-mode.com
www.silent-mode.com
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<![CDATA[Silent-MOde Acoustic enclosures for 2 Panasconic VRF UNits]]>Tue, 03 Nov 2020 06:51:22 GMThttp://www.silent-mode.net/blog/november-03rd-2020Silent-Mode Acoustic Enclosure for 2 Panasonic VRF systems during construction for a supermarket.

The sound hood enables a sound reduction of around 22 dB (A) and protects the adjacent residential buildings from noise emissions from the systems.


Enclosure Size: 3'200 x 1'280 x 2'550 mm (L x D x H)


  • Completely made of aluminum.
  • Internal sound insulation 50 mm thick.
  • Service doors around the system.
  • Sound baffles for the air inlet with a depth of 350 mm
  • Sound baffles for the air outlet with a depth of 700 mm
  • Set-up time on the construction site around 2,5 hours.

For more information: info@silent-mode.com


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<![CDATA[Acoustic Enclosure for Mitsubishi City VRF UNit]]>Tue, 03 Nov 2020 06:37:16 GMThttp://www.silent-mode.net/blog/acoustic-enclosure-for-mitsubishi-city-vrf-unitAcoustic enclosure for a Mitsubishi City VRF system installed on a terrace in the immediate vicinity of apartments.

Sound reduction around 25 dB (A).
Enclosure Size:
1'280 x 1'280 x 2'550 mm (L x D x H)


  • Completely made of aluminum.
  • Internal sound insulation 50 mm thick.
  • Service doors around the system.
  • Sound baffles for the air inlet with a depth of 350 mm
  • Sound baffles for the air outlet with a depth of 700 mm
  • Set-up time on the construction site around 1,5 hours.

For more information: info@silent-mode.com

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<![CDATA[Noise enclosure for 3 Daikin VRV Systems]]>Mon, 02 Nov 2020 09:33:54 GMThttp://www.silent-mode.net/blog/noise-enclosure-for-3-daikin-vrv-systemsAcoustic enclosure for a group of 3 Dakin VRV systems mounted on a roof of a data center.

The enclosure was pre-assembled by us in Italy and delivered to Germany with a dedicated transport.

The enclosure has the following dimensions: 4,300 x 2,200 x 2,850 mm (L x W x H).

Using a crane lift, the acoustic hood was simply slipped over the system like a hat and the air flow was then adjusted.

The enclosure reduces the noise from the VRV to the opposite residential area.

Sound reduction on all sides 19 dB (A) measured according to the envelope surface method (spectrum 65 to 8,000 Hz).

The hood is again made entirely of aluminum.

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<![CDATA[Acoustic enclosure for Small Aircon + Heat Pump units]]>Sun, 01 Nov 2020 13:02:34 GMThttp://www.silent-mode.net/blog/acoustic-enclosure-for-small-aircon-heat-pump-unitsStandard enclosures for Aircon, Mini VRF/VRV and Heat Pump Units.
Typical noise reduction between 18 - 25 dB(A).
Small Foot Print
Free Choose of RAL Color
For Air Volumes starting by 2'500 m3/h until 7'500 m3/h

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<![CDATA[Noise reduction Bitzer Compressor]]>Sun, 01 Nov 2020 12:15:54 GMThttp://www.silent-mode.net/blog/noise-reduction-bitzer-compressorAcoustic enclosures for "Bitzer compressors" are primarily aimed at eliminating low-frequency noises and also to dissipate the warm air.
The planning of our acoustic enclosures is based on the following considerations:


  • Smallest possible footprint.
  • Modular expandability (modular construction with consideration of reusability for example after a rental).
  • Highest possible sound insulation.
  • Avoidance of system performance losses caused by air pressure lost.
  • Free access for service and maintenance

Enclosure Base Frame
  • Service doors with internal 50 mm sound insulation are integrated around the systems.
  • These service doors are equipped with quick-release fasteners that can be easily removed by one person.
  • With this we secure oneunhindered access for service and maintenance work.
  • The insulation material offers a high level of sound insulation over the entire frequency spectrum.
  • The insulation is also water and UV resistant and does not build up bacteria and fungi.
  • The insulation also corresponds to the highest fire safety class.
  • Environmentally friendly material (all components of the acoustic hood are recyclable).
  • Overall Sound pressure reduction of 20 dB(A)

The senclosure in the picture below has the following dimensions:1'700 x 1'000 x 1'500 mm (L x W x H).
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