Soundproofing - Improving acoustics in a swimming pool (aquatic center)

That acoustics is always insufficiently taken into account in a swimming pool (or in an aquatic center), due to the lack of appropriate soundproofing, and that such a place is ipso facto (too) poorly endowed with the equipment allowing to obtain the sound comfort required for such a place is a fairly widespread opinion.

Thus, the famous author of spy novels John Le Carré wrote [1] in his bestseller “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy”, about a shout of fury, that it “echoed many times like a shout...

Exhaust vent silencer

Intended to limit noise emissions from industrial facilities e.g. in energy sector, an exhaust vent silencer is a highly technical hardware marketed by ITS.

It must meet technical specifications of different kinds:

  • in terms of acoustics, since it is a question of obtaining a sound pressure level below a certain limit, in specified locations (e.g. at a short distance to protect site employees and/or at longer distance to ensure the tranquility of the neighborhood)
  • in terms of fluid...

Noise prevention in a school restaurant room (canteen)

The prevention of noise in a school restaurant room (canteen) is a major imperative for a space whose purpose is not only, during a meal, to allow schoolchildren to nourish, but also to offer them an ambiance conducive to the necessary relaxation between learning sessions (which sometimes put them through the mill) and to desirable communications between classmates (which can then take place without being considered, as they would be in the classroom, as unwanted gossip).

This is why...