This week, we are dealing with the following question:
How to minimize the noise of a tempering furnace? Many suggestions have been made but what is the best and most efficient way?
For this week’s questions, see our full video response below!
Special thanks to our experienced engineer Colin West from Glaston UK Ltd. for sharing his knowledge with us.
As always, remember to learn, share and succeed!
The noise is coming from the blower and from the chiller area. This should be within 85 dB (A) range, so you’re really looking at the blower room and its build. The blower room needs to be made of acoustic material that absorbs the noise as much as possible. The air inlets need to be directed away from any buildings like homes so that the noise is not going directly into the homes. And also, the tunnel needs to be as long as necessary to keep the dB levels reasonably low.
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