Building Noise Control Solutions | Building Acoustics
Ecotone design and provide Building Noise Control Systems. Building Acoustics are used mainly in areas of noise mitigation or abatement are transportation noise, Cooling Tower / Chiller Noise, Fan and Blower Noise, Noise Generating machines, Music System / amplified sounds that consistently affect the health of people in the office/manufacturing plant or occupying areas, both indoor and outdoor that present significant challenges for effective noise mitigation strategies.
Ecotone – Multiple techniques to address interior / exterior sound levels by which noise can be control up to desire noise level i.e office area – 45 dB, Industries – 75 dB, etc as per workplace norms for noise pollution.
Our design engineers visit sites to examine the noise control solution which will be best suitable as per the site and desired noise reduction requirement. These techniques include the design of exterior Noise Barrier, Acoustically treated louvers, Acoustic Doors / Windows, and Interior Noise Control acoustic wall and ceiling treatment, Acoustic baffles for Echo Control, Soundproof partitions, etc. Moreover, there are a host of specialized means for damping reverberation from special-purpose rooms such as auditoria, concert halls, entertainment, and social venues, dining areas, audio recording rooms, and meeting rooms.
We provide various techniques for interior spaces and Industrial noise control, with emphasis upon specific methods of sound isolation from industrial machinery and for the protection of workers at their task stations.
Basic technologies for Noise Control
1. Sound insulation: prevent the transmission of noise by the introduction of a mass barrier, High-density materials.
2. Sound absorption: A porous material that acts as a ‘noise sponge’ by converting the sound energy into heat within the material.
3. Vibration damping: applicable for large vibrating surfaces. The damping mechanism works by extracting the vibration energy from the thin sheet and dissipating it as heat.
4. Vibration isolation: prevents transmission of vibration energy from a source to a receiver by introducing a flexible element or a physical break.