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Electric Motor Repair Shop Job


At this electric motor repair shop they have everything they need all in one building; the machine shop, a part's washer, a sandblaster, a paint booth, electric hand grinders, and a tin roof!

Needless to say, they has a noise problem.

The sandblaster was running at 97.5 dBA, and was located in the corner of the concrete walled shop.  Accessibility to it was a concern of the owner as they needed to have access to the rear end of the unit for servicing.

By designing a heavy duty multiple track system we were able to give our customer the access that was needed for servicing by having the acoustical curtains slide entirely out of the way.

With a 12' high acoustical enclosure we were able to bring the sound level from 97.5 dBA down to 75.9 dBA, a noise reduction of 21.6dBA.

Acoustical baffles suspended over the open top of the enclosure have proven beneficial in capturing the sound, while allowing for a natural ventilation of the enclosure.

If you have a noise control problem, whether it's an OEM, industrial, architectural, or construction environment, Jack Barry and Asscoaites can help you SOLVE IT.


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