For industry and production
Individual solutions for all soundproofing problems
Effective soundproofing in industrial and production environments is ensured by sound insulation measures adapted to the application in question. Our solutions are tailored to your specific needs and ensure that operating sounds from machinery, vibrations or noise generated in ducts are reduced to the prescribed level.
Our broad portfolio of products and services for noiseproofing in industry includes but is not limited to:
- Sound measurements, analyses and calculations
- Pipe silencers
- Baffle silencers and resonators
- Soundproofing cabinets
Effective industrial soundproofing based on sound measurements and analyses
To offer you a customized soundproofing solution for industrial halls, we first need to determine your individual requirements by performing professional sound measurements and analyses.
Based on our calculations, we will develop an industrial soundproofing concept tailored to your needs, and we are more than happy to go over the details in a personal consultation.
After all, at Scheuch COMPONENTS we strive to support our customers every step of the way – it’s an essential part of our company philosophy.
For which industrial hall components are soundproofing measures particularly important?
Noise is generated in many different areas of a production hall. Fans and high-pressure blowers emit particularly high noise levels, which can be significantly reduced by soundproofing measures. Customized fan insulation plays a major role in significantly reducing the noise power level in production halls. We also offer corresponding products for ducts, filters and heat exchangers. Scheuch COMPONENTS has just the right solution for any noise problem.
Sound insulation or silencers – what is the difference?
Depending on the intensity, cause and type of noise, the sound pressure level is reduced either using sound insulation or silencers. Silencers prevent the propagation of sound by absorbing airborne sound. Silencers extract some of the sound energy from the ambient air or other propagation media using energy dissipation, which causes the sound to disperse.
Which legal regulations apply to soundproofing in industrial applications?
Legal regulations on production soundproofing are not only stipulated in the Health and Safety at Work Act and general worker protection regulations for the work areas in question – there are also corresponding laws and regulations to protect areas surrounding industrial companies from excessive noise emissions. The general regulations are supplemented by regional regulations, which are issued by local authorities depending on the zoning designation.