Archive for the Noise Control Category

Manhattan West Project

Manhattan West Project

Manhattan West Project A large real estate developer in NYC is completing a project to utilize what up until now has been wasted space above the train tracks between where they emerge from under the Hudson River and before going under Penn Station. More about slots android

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When is a Motor, More Then a Motor?

When is a Motor, More Then a Motor?

When is a Motor, More Then a Motor? For those of us in the noise control field, that’s an easy one!  The answer is, “When it’s also a noise source!”  The smallest motor I ever treated was a 25-HP on a pump, in a laboratory (which was

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Uh, Oh, Better Get ——- Noise Control!

Uh, Oh, Better Get ——- Noise Control!

Uh, Oh, Better Get ——- Noise Control! How often is a business owner or manager confronted with having to make a Cost/Benefit Ratio decision for a prospective expenditure?  Regardless of the frequency, when it’s time to meet that determination head-on, it can be a jarring, frustrating and

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Too Noisy?

Too Noisy?

Some equipment might need a complete noise enclosure Prior to installation of a tempering line, the managers of a U.S. window manufacturer with a single plant determined they needed a noise enclosure.  They had two main objectives: #1, to protect their operators from the noise associated with

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