Noise pollution, in the environment of industrial sites in particular, is not inevitable since it can be prevented or combated using dedicated technologies.

The outward transmission of noise emitted by machines in workshops or by various process equipment can be limited by means of buildings with high acoustic performance i.e. for which the envelope (walls and roof) is made of constructive systems with high sound attenuation.

noise pollution and environement
noise pollution and environment

For industrial applications involving wall disassembly (which is often the case), modular multi-layer acoustic insulation panels provide this functionality while limiting the amplification of sound levels inside production halls or engine rooms if they are lined on their inner side with an absorbent material.

Such soundproof buildings should have ventilation systems incorporating silencers to prevent the propagation of noise through the openings intended for suction and discharge.

With regard to the noise emitted by auxiliaries installed outdoors - either common such as fans, air coolers, refrigeration units, or more specific such as dust treatment units – all of them also likely to be the source of noise pollution for the environment, soundproofing devices may be considered either “at the source” (enclosures, silencers) or in the form of screens (noise barriers) to protect one or more areas e.g. for which emergence is regulated (AREs).

Regarding the exhausts allowing pressurized gas to be vented and stacks, silencers make it possible again to restrict noise emissions.

ITS defines, selects and markets all the devices for the fight against noise pollution, to protect environment.

Thanks to these hardware, whose performance is covered by a guarantee, the environment of industrial sites is preserved from any annoyance of a nature to disturb the neighborhood.

The experience of the human resource of ITS allows, in all contexts, the best choice of means of combating noise pollution, taking into account - of course - acoustic imperatives, but also all kinds of requirements e.g. technical, financial, organizational, the consideration of which is necessary for the success of a project intended to prevent or reduce disorders related to the propagation of excessive noise.

To do so, different means can be committed:

  • on-site measurement e.g. sonometric readings
  • predictive acoustics simulations e.g. impact studies based on scenarios for treating noise sources, or modifying sound propagation
  • commercial partnerships e.g. for the construction of soundproofing equipment and the performance of sound insulation works

ITS markets devices for the fight against noise pollution, to protect environment.