SoundProof Cabinet

Soundproof Cabinet

Soundproof Cabinet

SoundProof

19” Soundproof Cabinets / Acoustic / or 19″ soundproof cabinet are a cost-effective solution to host IT devices in environments like retail stores, offices or hallways and receptions. To calculate a desired soundproofing the sound produced by machinery can be measured with a sound level meter. Noise from active IT equipment in a high-technology workspace or public area can increase stress, decrease productivity and impact profits. However, sometimes locating noisy network equipments near workers or visitors is unavoidable. Cost or space constraints may prohibit building and maintaining a separate room. In situations like these, keeping the sound to a minimum can greatly improve the working environment for optimum comfort, safety and productivity. Foam-lined soundproof cabinets can reduce audible hardware noise by 15 dB to the same level as typical office background sounds. The best solution can reduce noise by an incredible 31 dBA— making noisy equipment whisper-quiet. Soundproof Basic Cabinets with this superior level of attenuation are lined with heavy-duty, multilayer composite on all inside surfaces.

Compliance – Soundproof CABINETS


  • EN 61587-1/4.2, IEC60068-2-1, IEC60068-2-2, IEC60068-2-30, EN61587-1/6.3, Ral7035 / Ral9005

Application – soundproof cabinets


  • Enclose loud equipment and reduce operating noise in sound sensitive areas such as office settings, boardrooms, and classrooms
  • Networking equipment in a well-furnished boardroom

Features and Benefits


As with all Soundproof Basic, the performance of the Acoustic cabinet range relies upon the ingenuity of the enclosure design and the acoustic material used to remove as much noise emittance from the enclosed sound sources as possible. Noise is measured in decibels (dBA), where the attenuation, indicates the amount of noise that is removed from the sound source. For ex. from a sound source with 69dBA noise load (equivalent to a vacuum cleaner at 3m), a 20dBA attention would reduce the audibility to 38 dBA (Equivalent to soft speech). The audibility in an office environment can rank anywhere from 48 dBA (average office without talk) to 78dBA (busy office with talk). So, a soundproof cabinet with 20 dBA attenuation can reduce the noise to whisper-level.

 

Sound Emitting Performance


Noise reduction - Noise level - Sound proof cabinet
Noise Reduction Chart
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