Acoustic Enclosures

Billington Safety Systems designs manufacture and installs acoustic enclosures that are complete noise control solutions for a range of industries. Our Sound Enclosures are designed for noise absorption, reverberation control and machine ventilation, the acoustic enclosure is cost-effectively designed to meet with most demanding of customers’ noise specifications.

We have experience in the design and manufacture of bespoke noise control solutions and also manufacture soundproofing enclosures, acoustic booths, acoustic panels and attenuation systems.

Billington Safety Systems have noise control engineers who offer consultancy on all industrial noise issues and can conduct noise surveys and impact reports using the latest Pulsar instruments technology.

Acoustic Enclosures for Diesel Generators, Air Compressors

Our acoustic enclosures for diesel generators or air compressors are suitable for either indoor or outdoor use. The enclosures can be manufactured in a range sizes and panel thickness and produced using Rockwool and Acoustic mesh to achieve the required decibel reduction. In some cases, alternative foam-based acoustic material is used. The thickness of the enclosure walls, roof and doors will depend on the current noise levels, the higher the level the thick the material.

The enclosures can be supplied with Attenuated air intakes, powered doors, hinged doors, sliding doors lights and fans depending on the application and customer requirements. The wall can be manufactured from Stainless steel, Aluminium or mild steel powder coated for either indoor or outdoor use.

We provide an Installation and fitting service on all our acoustic enclosures.

Acoustic Enclosures

An acoustic enclosure is an architectural feature that is used to control the level of noise that is produced in a particular space. Acoustic enclosures are similar to soundproofing but are more effective at reducing low-frequency noise. The most common application of acoustic enclosures is for machine rooms where heavy-duty machinery is used.

Machine Rooms

A machine room is an area that contains all of the equipment that supports a building’s functions. This space can be hundreds of feet in width. Machine rooms are found in office buildings, banks, hospitals, universities, government buildings, churches, restaurants and retail stores.

Machine room noise is typically low-frequency noise produced by pumps, compressors or large motors. This type of noise can travel outside the machine room to workers or even the public. Acoustic enclosures are used to contain noise within the machine room so that it does not travel outside of this space.

Since sound travels in waves, it is absorbed by obstructions in its path. The wave strikes an obstruction and reflects back, causing a loss in energy. This process reduces the level of noise at its source.

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