We live with noise in every facet of life, from the stadiums we visit for sporting and music events to the factory down the street. This noise affects us all in various ways, but do you know how annoying noise pollution can be for your family?
Noise mitigation is becoming a necessary part of business because crowds of people, construction equipment, and utility substations are just the beginning of the list of offensive noisemakers.
Symptoms of Excessive Noise
- *Dissatisfaction with everything and everyone
- Mood swings
- Increasing stress levels
- Withdrawal from everyday activities
- Stomach trouble
- Inability to concentrate
- Disappointment in life
The Need For Space With Less Than 35 Decibels of Consistent Noise
We may not realize how much exposure to noise pollution our children get. For instance, chillers to cool the building along with refrigerators and freezers to house the school lunches can be noisy. Putting this machinery in a part of the building where children are not studying is important to provide a quiet learning environment. The same goes for college students and adults at work. We all must avoid **loud noise when we are working or studying to remain on task and have the concentration and recall to do the job right.
Noise-Barrier Walls Minimize Traffic Noise
Controlling the noise from busy roads is a vital objective in any community. Keeping noise pollution down is helpful for school children and residents, but many leaders may not realize how beneficial it is for commercial businesses in the area too.
Everyone benefits from lower noise levels. Some of the advantages include better concentration levels, improving performance at work, and having more energy at home. Lower noise levels help the environment by making sure that birds and other migrating species can hear each other when communicating while in the area.
How Our Noise-Absorbing Panels Work
Environmental noise pollution around us is greatly-reduced by the use of sound-absorptive barriers. For instance, consider atypical sound-reflective noise barrier along the highway. A concrete wall is solid and dense, causing the noise to hit the wall and bounce back into the community. Contrarily, a sound-absorptive acoustical barrier system lets the noise waves enter into the barrier, then takes them on a winding tour inside where the sound waves are diminished.
Mobile Noise Barriers Help Businesses
A moveable or portable noise wall is one way that companies are complying with noise regulations and protecting workers, residents, and the environment near construction zones, compressors, utility substations, rail stations, and other noisy places. A mobile barrier system is easy to set-up and take down and relocate to other noisy sites. A good example of this is road construction. Construction crews working on the highway can mitigate the noise where they are working, then relocate the barrier once finished to a new section of the road.
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