The Advantages of Gilcrest Manufacturing Acoustic Panels
Acoustic Enclosures are designed to reduce noise levels on commercial and industrial machinery and can help meet the specification of noise reduction requirements and reduce noise pollution in the surroundings of an external area.
Gilcrest Manufacturing bespoke panels can be used to construct acoustic enclosures which can provide a number of advantages:
Reduces noise and reverberation – Acoustic enclosures can significantly reduce noise levels between 15 to 50 dB depending on the materials used, construction and design.
Improves working conditions – Indoor factory noise is reduced to a safe level to obey the Noise at Work Regulations, creating an acceptable and comfortable work environment. It can also remove the need for mandatory PPE.
Adds further protection – Enclosures and booths around machinery adds another layer of protection against the elements and any damage from workplace activity.
Suitable for a range of applications – Gilcrest can manufacture panels for bespoke acoustic systems to meet the exact specification required. In a range of sizes and materials.
Can eliminate the need to soundproof a whole building – Reducing noise levels with an acoustic housing can remove the need to soundproof the building it is in.
Improve aesthetics – Housing machinery, compressors and generators can improve aesthetics of a working area and improve the look of a building from the outside.
Gilcrest Manufacturing design and manufacture bespoke acoustic panels to construct enclosures and booths for industrial acoustic applications including heavy machinery, generators and compressors to massively reduce noise, reverberation and vibration. For walk in enclosures acoustically insulated doors are available, as well as silenced ventilation options.
Take a look at the case study on our project with Space Engineering supplying bespoke acoustic panels. And for more information on Gilcrest Manufacturing and bespoke panel solutions please submit an enquiry, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0117 316 7020.