Industrial Noise Level
Industrial noise level assessment has considered the plant noise such as gas, petroleum, chemical, power plant, in which many kinds of noise sources have been applied. INERTANCE has predicted the noise levels by rotating equipment, piping system, valves based on our experience in the specialized field, and the same has been considered to the equipment arrangement via noise allocation study during initial design stage. Noise study includes the sound coverage study and indoor noise assessment.
INERTANCE has a capability to perform below kinds of noise study.
- Case Study for Emergency Condition
- Worker Hearing Loss
- Hearing Conservation Program
- Work Area Noise Level
- Definition for Noise Restricted Area
- Absolute Noise Limit
- Local Regulation of Noise
- Industrial Noise for Plant
- Ambient Noise Survey
- Noise Verification Survey during Commissioning Stage
Here, INERTANCE can show the various kinds of noise simulation regarding industrial noise as follows;
Noise study includes getting the noise contour map& survey data in plant facilities, and defines the noise restricted area with control design, if necessary.
There are many kinds of spaces in building with own uses such as control room, office and base camp in plant facilities. Ambient noise source should be checked in initial design stage to minimize the speech interference.
Sound Coverage Study
The arrangement of loudspeakers is the important to share the central notification in plant work area, specially in such emergencies like fire, toxic fluid leakage, etc. INERTANCE can provide the sound coverage study to predict the sound pressure level helping to design the clear alarm tones and message.
INERTANCE has a capability regarding noise and vibration engineering, and our experts are familiar with assessment of industrial noise. For further information, contact us at (firstname.lastname@example.org).
INERTANCE’s related services include;
- Environmental Noise
- Noise Control Design
- Noise Survey
- Pulsation Study for Reciprocating Compressor
- Pulsation Study for Reciprocating Pump
- Acoustic Induced Vibration
- HVAC Noise