professional sound measurements
The basis for efficient soundproofing – professional sound measurements
A comprehensive sound analysis is the first step to developing efficient sound-insulating measures. Both the environment and the systems which are to be soundproofed within a company need to be examined in detail.
At Scheuch COMPONENTS, this task is performed by extensively trained and experienced in-house sound experts.
Customized soundproofing concepts based on sound calculations
Based on the findings and the sound measurement results recorded on your premises, they will then develop customized concepts that are perfectly tailored to your specific needs. In the case of modernizations and renovations, they will obtain sound data from fans and other components which is then used as the basis for designing soundproofing measures.
Scheuch COMPONENTS boasts a wide range of services in the area of sound measurement, including
• Measuring the sound emissions of existing systems
• Professional analysis of the sound situation
• Forecast sound calculations for new components
• Designing soundproofing measures for individual components and the entire system
• CFD flow simulation to optimize the flow pattern
• Specific sound measurements and environmental analysis
• Volumetric flow measurements
Reducing sound emissions by optimizing the flow pattern
We use CFD flow simulation to optimize the flow pattern. Sound emissions generated by fans and other components are primarily caused by air flows. Adapting the flow to the specific on-site conditions and improving the flow pattern contributes significantly to reducing sound and the sound pressure level.
Specific sound measurements to determine the overall situation
Efficient soundproofing can only be achieved by taking all relevant factors into account. That is why our sound experts do not only measure the sound on flow ducts – they also analyze the environmental conditions in detail. In addition, they measure the sound of bodies as well as the vibrations of surfaces.
All this data comes together to form an overall picture which is then used as the basis for drawing up a customized soundproofing concept that corresponds to your company’s needs and conditions as well as the applicable soundproofing regulations.