Noise levels standards for manufacturers and industrial sites are governed by the Occupational and Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). OSHA requires limitations on noise levels depending exposure on the Time Weighted Average (TWA) of the employee (noise dosage during the work period).
There are several methods to reduce noise in the workplace:
- Acoustic baffles and wall panels to reduce overall ambient noise levels in the plant area.
- Acoustic walls, screens and partitions to block the direct path of noise between the equipment and operator and others in the area.
- Acoustic enclosures to encapsulate the equipment noise at the source.
Our technical sales staff can help solve the unique problems manufacturers face for noise reduction needs, access by operators, durability, fire rating requirements, and budget for your project. Call us today!