Noise pollution has been well documented to engender a variety of physical and psychological problems. Workers face heightened risk for everything from elevated blood pressure, hearing loss, and heart attack to increased vulnerability to various neuropsychiatric disorders. While many of these problems are cumulative resulting from long term exposure, short-term effects include reduced productivity and impaired communications.
The general rule-of-thumb is that noise is excessive when people can no longer speak in normal conversational tones from a distance of six feet or two meters. In mission-critical environments or in an emergency, this can be life threatening.
Background noise, such as that emitted from HVAC and Industrial systems, has unfortunately, become the soundtrack for day-to-day life in both work and home environments.
This no longer has to be the case. - Our enclosures cancels out noise while generating a variety of other benefits, including improved HVAC functioning and reduced energy consumption.
Enclosures acoustic principals
Our Acoustic Enclosure’s are simple device, incorporating clever acoustic principals to achieve the optimal noise attenuation.
Our Enclosures work on three principals;
- Sound insulation,
- Sound absorption
- Incident sound wave noise cancellation.
All of which contribute to high noise performance characteristics.
Not only this, our enclosure design provides a unique process to enable air to move freely in and out of our Enclosure Systems without compromising equipment efficiencies - thus optimising air flow volume and most importantly ensuring no recirculation occurs.
All of our acoustic dampening products offer unique and cost effective solution to control excessive noise, protect against vandalism and reduce equipment degeneration. All packaged in an unobtrusive and attractive design.
Acoustic enclosures features
Noise reduction up to 25 dB(A) over the entire frequency spectrum 63 Hz to 8,000 Hz.
Choice of different airflow principles.
Modularly adaptable to any system size by using standard modules.
Free Access to the equipment for Maintenance and Service trough service doors around the Equipment.
Easy and fast installation for retrofitting existing equipment or new installations.
Choice of different RAL colors or graphic patterns (optional) to adapt the enclosure to the environment.
Cost-effective solution for the construction HVAC systems in acoustically problematic areas.
Design of the acoustics enclosures to the required air volume (pressure loss <20 Pascal).
Protection of the systems against environmental influences (rain, snow, hail, dust, sand) and unauthorized access.
Screen protection of the Equipment.
Made of aluminium including UV, weather, fungus- and fire resistant insulation.
All components are recyclable.
Light construction, construction also possible on foil roofs with corresponding wind load protection.
How we work
Decisive for the performance of HVAC systems is the air flow, for this reason, the air openings (air inlet / outlet) are dimensioned due to the Manufacturer specifications.
In this way, we achieve optimum performance of the systems, with whisper-quiet operation and a pressure drop of <20 Pascal across the various types of systems. We offer everything from the complete design to the service from a single source.
If you plan an offer for specific applications, the easiest way is to follow the steps below:.
Send us information about the manufacturer, brand and model (exact name) of the equipment for which a enclosure is to be used. Further information on the location of the system and any existing acoustic report are helpful, but are not needed in a first phase. Send us the information via e-mail or let us know by phone.
Acoustic enclosure specifications Based on the details of the system, we will calculate the enclosures dimension and provide you with detailed information. This information includes: Noise reduction data, air flow information, dimensions, sketch design, price and delivery times.
Production and delivery If you agree with the offer and order the system we go into production.