For most, noise is part of our daily life. Most of the noise problem is generated by the products around us, such as a vehicle, construction machinery and vacuum cleaner sound. Our perception of the vacuum cleaner sound will be changed if it is aesthetically pleasing into our ears. Sound plays a role in our aesthetic, quality, and emotional experience of products.
For example, the Car manufacturers have the R&D team to make sure that a slammed door will evoke the sense of quality. Nowadays, it is acknowledged that product sound design should be integrated into the primary design process to enhance the user experience both on ergonomic and luxurious value.
Some of the fields where our acoustic and vibration engineers are working in.
Noise assessment: This involves measuring and assessing the noise levels generated by industrial sources and identifying areas where noise levels are likely to exceed acceptable limits.
Noise mapping: This involves using computer modelling to predict the distribution of noise in the environment and identifying areas where noise levels are likely to exceed acceptable limits.
Noise measurements: This involves using specialized equipment to measure noise levels in the environment and determining if they are within acceptable limits.
Noise abatement: This involves designing and implementing solutions to reduce noise levels in the environment, such as sound barriers, noise walls, and sound-absorbing materials
Risk assessment and management: This involves assessing the potential impacts of noise on human health and well-being, wildlife and natural resources and developing management plans to minimize these impacts.
Machine Noise Control: This involves designing and implementing solutions to reduce the noise generated by industrial machines, such as enclosures, silencers, and vibration isolation.
Process Noise Control: This involves designing and implementing solutions to reduce the noise generated by industrial processes, such as process flow modifications, noise barriers, and acoustical coatings.
Noise regulations compliance: This involves ensuring that the industrial facility is in compliance with local, state, and federal regulations regarding noise emissions.
Hearing conservation: This involves designing and implementing programs to protect workers from excessive noise exposure, such as hearing protection devices and noise exposure monitoring.
Sound Power: measuring of sound power levels for classification of (industrial or consumer) goods and consult if the sound power levels are too high, sound power can be measured a reverberation room, semi anechoic room, anechoic room or in the field with the use of a sound analyzer or sound intensity meter
Sound and vibration measurements are vital for many industries, including the manufacturing industry, e.g. early fault detection in large industrial machinery, Quality control, inspection, and R & D of automobiles, machinery, electrical goods and other industrial products. Geonoise provides the top-class sound and vibration instrumentation.
Acoustic testing facility assesses how your product will perform in real conditions, and whether or not further revisions should be made to reduce noise or intentionally add the sound to a product. Our acoustic testing facility consists of an anechoic chamber, a reverberation chamber, test rig technology, and shakers for modal investigations.
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