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Sound insulation and acoustics for industrial premises

Sound insulation and acoustics for industrial premises

The increased level of borage leads to an increase in the hormone released from the hormone "stress", which is a natural protective reaction of the body. With long-term and systematic maintenance of high cortisol, the human body tends to increase blood pressure levels, increased heart rate and arrhythmia, breathing problems and diabetes.

The high level of sound also leads to increased use of hospitals, payment of "damages" and periodic purchase of large quantities of consumables, as well as equipment for personal protection (headphones, earplugs).

The high level of noise in the industry brings with it serious financial costs for businesses. When working in noisy places above 85 dB, the concentration of workers falls by more than 60% and increases the likelihood of errors and shortages of goods / services.

This is also one of the main economic reasons to use passive sound insulation systems to reduce noise.

Timothy DECIBEL has developed a methodology for the percentage of efficiency of the investment in sound reduction systems, which takes into account the period of maturation of the investment for noise reduction. In the attached file, you can see a similar methodology used in the Grundfoss drive in Serbia.

Equally innovative is the approach of DECIBEL for the design and implementation of the special stand for sound insulation of DECIBEL, which is completely or partially dismantled and allows very easy and fast access to all working surfaces.

DECIBEL sound reduction solutions and systems provide a total noise reduction of 65dB.

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