Friday, May 11, 2012

Noise and Vibration Control

The new AC unit in the house is really noisy compared to the AC unit that we have in our condo property. I can tolerate this type of noise because the unit is located outside the house. We also have a sound control doors and windows. But sometimes, noise is really annoying and just a slight sound gets on my nerve! A sound is transmitted through vibrations into spaces where noise is not welcome at all. Places such as acoustic test enclosures, performance halls, rehearsal rooms, broadcast and recording studios are the places that require Vibration Isolation.

Big companies deal noise and vibration control by having sound absorbing wall barriers and noise enclosures. Other companies used sound control curtains which are inexpensive. We went to the house of a friend yesterday and we went inside his sound-proof family room. Budget wise, he said that he spent less considering the room is small but, the family loves to watch movies in that room. He got two teenagers who love strumming their guitars and play percussions. Having a sound proof room truly is wonderful to have. Neighbors will not be banging on their door for noisy activities in the house. Are you planning to have a noise and vibration control in the house or on your business place? Just visit the links above for more sensible information about their products.

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