Isolation isn’t good for HVAC silencers

The sounds that you hear in industrial settings are often too much to tolerate. You need some sort of special measure in place to prevent any serious issues. We can assist you with this. Our team provides the best blow off silencers in the country. Using top tier materials, we can create products that will last you for years to come.
Something you should know about HVAC attenuators is that they won’t work whilst in isolation. A silencer must be one element of a whole system solution for noise limitation. This is because the chances of piecemeal measures working on their own are small.
Silencers come in a range of forms. An example would be a rectangular form for fitting around or over loud HVAC gear. There are cylindrical forms in addition to fit ducting.
Sound waves
Sound waves encounter the HVAC attenuator eventually. When this happens, the perforations within enable the waves to fill the acoustic media inside the fitting. The media, also called “baffle”, typically contains millions of mini air pockets or fibres. The thickness fluctuates depending on the frequency of the noises you’re managing. Low-frequency silencers exist specifically so that you can use them for 63Hz and similar octave bands.
You can manufacture duct silencers for use within clean territories. This includes hospitals. The silencer’s linings don’t cast off particles into the air. It is possible to own a silencer that lacks filling. They’re considerably easier to clean. Additionally, they are very appropriate for areas with corrosive, flammable, or hazardous matter.
At Ventx, the blow off silencers we create come with an inlet diffuser. Its purpose is to lower the valve’s size by supplying a controlled back pressure. This means that it helps you to restrict costs and the level of noise that’s present at the same time.
If you want to know more about our merchandise, please give us a call. Alternatively, browse our website for details. We are confident we can offer a solution for a wide array of types of noise.