Tag: background noise

Acceptable Sound Levels Explained

15th June 2017 by in category Noise tagged as , , ,

A look at which sound levels are acceptable enough for certain environments Back in the 1970s, the roar of the Stretford End was said to be as loud as a jet plane in take off. On taking off, the sound levels of an aeroplane with turbofan engines range from 80 to 110 decibels. It is […]

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Why Offices Need Acoustic Consultants

18th February 2017 by in category Acoustics tagged as , , , , ,

How offices benefit from acoustic consultancy services There is more to a productive office environment than well positioned desks and suitable swivel chairs. The acoustics of your office is another factor as well as the look and feel. Well designed offices benefit from sound acoustics – for example, the absorption of background noise from other […]

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Acoustic Engineering for Retail Premises

20th January 2017 by in category Acoustics tagged as , , , ,

Why acoustic engineering is a must for shopping centres, superstores, and retail parks Without acoustic engineering, the amount of noise from any shopping development would be unbearable. The noise from passing road traffic is enough to drive anyone around the bend. Shoppers wouldn’t be able to chat to each other. A development without screening plants […]

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