It is not always possible to fully enclose a sound source and other options to reduce the sound are to use a noise barrier
A noise barrier can be described as an obstacle in the way of an airborne soundpath. When sound hits for example, a wall, some of the sound is reflected, some of the sound is absorbed and some of the sound is transmitted. Nonporous walls or barriers of sufficient mass when placed between a noise source and a receiver can reduce noise levels.
All products are bespoke and are designed to meet the specification required by the customer.
Beechfield Acoustics can attend site and perform a no obligation noise survey and then offer a suitable bespoke solution.
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