- Silent Healing: The Importance of Proper Acoustic Design in Healthcare Facilities - Few individuals besides those in the acoustics and healthcare industries know that the maximum recommended background noise in hospital patient rooms should be 35 decibels during the day and 30 decibels at night as set forth by the World Health Organisation. However, achieving quality acoustics in healthcare facilities is one of the most technically challenging … Continue reading "Silent Healing: The Importance of Proper Acoustic Design in Healthcare Facilities"
- Managing The Noise Control of Chiller Noise Pollution - Chillers produce noise that is beyond the acceptable limit because of multiple sound sources and the tonal quality of the noise. The problem becomes worse if the chillers are located near the residential area and especially at night. In most cases, chillers are located on the ground floor or on the roof. In both cases, … Continue reading "Managing The Noise Control of Chiller Noise Pollution"
- Using Acoustics to Improve Workplace Safety and Productivity in Industrial Settings - Acoustics is an essential aspect of industrial settings, as it can significantly impact the safety and productivity of the workplace. One of the key areas where acoustics can be used to enhance industrial settings is through the utilisation of HVAC systems. One of the most critical aspects of HVAC systems in industrial settings is the … Continue reading "Using Acoustics to Improve Workplace Safety and Productivity in Industrial Settings"
- The Better Option – Acoustic Liners Vs. Sound Attenuators - We know that a good night’s sleep is invaluable therefore, any form of continuous or long-term exposure to noise that interrupts our sleep can lead to a significant deterioration in health. The most common type of exposure to noise comes from air conditioners. If air conditioners or ventilation systems are improperly designed, noise from the … Continue reading "The Better Option – Acoustic Liners Vs. Sound Attenuators"