Noise Control

Safety & Security Equipment, Services, Software

Eindhoven Airport Enhances Communication with Community

May 30, 2014

THE NETHERLANDS — With a world-first public airport operations tool, the Netherland's second busiest airport is ready to grow while maintaining good community relations. In order for Eindhoven Airport to grow, Eindhoven Airport made an agreement at the Netherland's "Alderstafel" advisory committee to enhance communication with the local community about airport operations, complaint handling and... Read More

Safety & Security Equipment, Services

Industrial Blowers no Match for Shaver Noise Abating Enclosures

Oct 31, 2013

Kitchener, ON – A sound leakage of just one percent can result in a loss of noise abatement of more than 50%, decreasing productivity and damaging employee working conditions. Shaver Industries has developed an extensive library of noise abatement products suited for any noise abatement application, including enclosures and portable screens, pipe lagging, wall and ceiling panels, absorbers,... Read More

Services, Test & Measuring Instruments

Noise Monitoring Service supplies data to mine operators.

Apr 08, 2011

Noise Sentinel Mining system gathers data on noise-related issues for mining companies, allowing community concerns to be addressed and pre-empting noise-related issues for mining companies. Supplied on subscription basis, service monitors noise levels 24 hr/day and transmits alerts on excessive noise levels via email or SMS, so users can take immediate action. Service also allows remote... Read More

Architectural and Civil Engineering Products, Safety & Security Equipment, Services, Transportation Industry Products

CSX Railroad Project to Feature Smith-Midland® Panels Sound Wall

Oct 02, 2007

MIDLAND, Va. - Smith-Midland® Corp. announces its involvement in a railroad crossing improvement project in Prince Georges County near the Washington, D.C.-Maryland line. Smith-Midland® will provide 465 custom precast concrete parapet panels, which will be installed on top of new, elevated railroad tracks in a contract worth approximately $2.1 million. The elevated tracks will allow for the... Read More