Vibration isolation solutions will not only isolate building occupants from disruptive vibration, they also protect buildings from structural decline.
Sound that is unpleasant to the human ear is known as noise, and ecologically speaking is a form of pollution that is becoming increasingly more widespread due to town and city development.
It could be defined as a vibratory phenomenon propagated in an elastic medium (ceilings, walls, floors and the air itself) causing perturbations in it. To isolate any premises or venue properly, the first step is to identify the composition and the values of the noise (spectrum of frequencies, noise level etc.).
Once we know the magnitude of the noise or the vibrations to be insulated, we must build an unconnected off-the-floor frame which gives us the insulating and dampening values we need.
At Inspired Noise Solutions, we work with acoustic engineers who conduct vibration measurement and assessment studies. We then use those findings to recommend vibration isolation solutions to control and mitigate vibration generated by mechanical systems, equipment and machinery, transportation, industrial plants, and many other sources.