Noise Survey

Envirotech Noise Survey is conducted to collect vitals in areas where noise emission is presumed to be hazardous. It takes noise measurements using Sound Level Meter in the entire plant or sections to identify possible noisy areas.

Envirotech Systems conducted a noise survey that helps to identify areas, where employees are likely to be exposed to harmful levels of noise and personal dosimetry, may be needed, machines and equipment which generate noise to the harmful level, as well as employees who might be exposed to the unacceptable noise levels. A noise survey also helps to recognize the noise control options to reduce noise exposure.

The specific details like variability in noise levels during different operating conditions are collected and analyzed. The impact on the noise level from modifications or changes in operations is noted. We collect enough data on the sound measurements throughout the entire plant or specific sections. The more data, the better the reading and the analysis.

A noise survey is an important step when considering construction, be it commercial or residential. It helps one to understand the noise risks and take necessary precautions as per the guidelines. Our team of experts is here to address this requirement of yours in the best possible way at the most affordable rates. Get in touch with us for the best deals.

Noise Measurement

Noise pollution has become a major concern in modern society, affecting people’s health, productivity, and quality of life. A noise survey is a comprehensive study that measures and assesses the levels of noise in a particular area. The purpose of a noise survey is to identify sources of noise, evaluate the impact of the noise on the surrounding environment, and suggest ways to reduce or control the noise.

The survey is conducted at different times of the day and night to account for variations in noise levels. The data collected is then analyzed and compared to local, national, and international noise standards. The sources of noise in a given area can vary depending on the location, but common sources include traffic, industrial activities, construction sites, and entertainment venues. In residential areas, sources of noise can include neighbors, barking dogs, and loud music.