|Dimensions||custom design to customer size|
|Color||Green or your choice|
|Is It Transparent||Non Transparent|
|Acoustic Panel Type||steel with mineral wool|
|Noise Reduction||20 Dba|
|Sound Level||75 Dba|
|Usage||Sound Reflectors, Sound Absorbers|
|Wall Thickness||70 to 100 mm|
|Air Flow||forced air flow|
|Is It Portable||Non Portable|
|Is It Water Proof||Water Proof|
Acoustic enclosure is a generally accepted technical term, which is used to define a closed engineering structure, specifically designed and built for the purpose of reduction, minimisation, or attenuation of the noise generated by particular types of equipment or machinery. Such as large air conditioning and refrigeration units, power generators, manufacturing lines, grinders, blowers, compressors, pumps, saw booths, gear boxes, etc. Acoustic enclosures represent a separate type of noise control solutions. Other examples of which are acoustic barriers, screens, louvers, acoustic walls and doors, each specifically designed for a particular application.
In the most general situation, acoustic enclosures are closed chambers, made of acoustic materials that ensure sound or noise isolation and absorption. Depending on a particular application, acoustic enclosures may also perform additional functions, such as vibration isolation. Noise Control Engineering, being Melbourne’s largest supplier of custom-built acoustic enclosures with over 40 years of related experience, offers high quality noise control solutions of all types and for all areas of application, where noise reduction is requested.
Acoustic enclosures may be required at sites, where noise-generating equipment is used. These can be office spaces, trading centers, processing and manufacturing facilities, etc. Since noise may affect the condition of human health, today every type of business needs to comply with certain standards of noise control. As defined by the National Standard for Occupational Noise, the maximum daily level of sound allowed at work places or public institutions in Australia, is 85 dBA.
To understand the allowed noise level more clearly, let us give a few examples: heavy traffic generates noise of about 80 dBA, chain saw produces 110 dBA of noise, and 120 dBA is considered to be the pain threshold for a human organism. Considering this, it is legally requested to keep noise levels below 85 dBA, while it is commonly recommended to keep noise level at about 40-45 dBA for general office areas.