Acoustic Enclosures provide medium to high noise reduction of industrial machinery, including generators, pumps, blowers and compressors. Features include extensive range of door hardware, fuel tanks, ventilation systems, windows, drop over, split or panel design
Barriers are suitable for areas where it is necessary to protect workers from a nearby noise source or to protect nearby residents. Barriers provide a cheaper option to fully enclosing machinery and also greatly reduce ventilation and maintenance problems. Sound absorption is provided in areas where reflected sound is a problem in existing or new buildings, outside or inside. We provide on site measurement and installation to suit your requirements.
Acoustic louvres are used when a machine moving large volumes of air in or out of a building or large plant room requires medium noise reduction with limited space. An acoustic louvre will assist with ventilation and noise control, while forming part of the architectural feature of a building. We can design acoustic louvres to suit your machinery or plant room and provide on site measurement and fitting to solve most industrial noise problems.
Our high sound resisting doors can be used when there is a need for quiet areas to escape from noisy machines. We can install a door in an existing building or supply the door and frame in kit form. An extensive range of hardware is available to provide airtight seals and maximum
Attenuators are needed when it is necessary to control noise and still provide the required airflow to your application. Noise Control Engineering computer select, design and manufacture the attenuators to suit your individual situation. We can provide on site measurement, manufacture and fitting of rectangular and cylindrical attenuators.
Audiometric booths are used for hearing tests or where an extremely low background noise is required.
Modified shipping containers are a common way to provide a mobile acoustic enclosure for generators, pumps and compressor units. Modifications include the fitting of acoustic doors, attenuators, absorptive lining and fuel tanks.
Baffles are fitted into existing buildings to provide noise absorption and to decrease reverberation. Personnel refuges provide a quiet work area when the outside environment is too noisy or expensive to control directly. Acoustic lagging is wrapped around pipework or ducting and simply blocks the noise breakout without affecting the product flow. Absorption panels can be fitted into offices or restaurants to provide absorption of unwanted reverberant noise