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Engine-powered generator sets produce noise and vibration. Whether these generator runs continuously in power applications or only occasionally in standby mode, the generator operating sound levels must be reduced to comply with local, state or federal ordinances. The maximum permitted overall noise levels range from 70 dB(A) to 75 dB(A), depending on location and zoning. Some states and communities have begun to specify property line noise restrictions using octave band frequencies to reduce the amount of low-frequency noise that reaches community neighborhoods. Since untreated generator set noise levels can approach 100 dB(A) or more, both the location of the generator set and noise mitigation take on great importance.
The best way to soundproof and to reduce any noise from a generator if inside the room. So, we are make room sound proofing with 5-Sided Soundproofing. For best results the enclosure should be as large as possible to allow less heat buildup and also to be more effective at reducing the noise output from reaching other areas and acoustically isolating the pump to contain structure borne sound being transmitted from where it is mounted.
Our product range includes:
· Generator Room Sound Proofing
· Acoustic Room Treatment
· Recording Room Acoustic
· Heavy Machine Room Sound Proofing
· Turbine Room Acoustic
· Audiometry Room Acoustic
· Noise Testing Room Acoustic
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