Our Hygiene products have been developed for demanding premises that require a solution combining acoustics and cleanability.
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Clattering conveyor belts, glass packagings and other hard packagings generate high, irritating noise levels that constitute both a health and safety hazard in the beverage industry.
The acoustic environment is often top of the list when employees are asked which working environment factors they find most disturbing. The food industry is no exception. Far from it: in this industry, many people work in the same space and loud noise spreads through the whole room.
Electronic production requires advanced technology and high staff concentration and alertness. An indoor environment with optimal acoustic, lighting and air conditions is a fundamental prerequisite for this.
The pharmaceutical industry has one of the most strictly controlled production environments. Manufacturers must be able to prove that they satisfy government requirements, for example with regard to particle emissions and hygiene.
In catering and restaurant kitchens, rooms used for dishwashing, peeling and food production operations are among the noisiest acoustic environments. These facilities also have high hygiene requirements. This leads to increased stress levels among the employees, who also work at a high pace.
In hospitals and other healthcare premises, a well-planned acoustic environment is particularly important since it improves staff well-being. It also reduces stress and improves sleep for patients. An optimal acoustic environment improves integrity and security.
In indoor swimming complexes, noise levels are almost always high due to the lively nature of activities in and around the pools, which generate shouting and laughter. The sound reverberates between the hard surfaces on the ceilings, walls and floors, and spreads across the water surfaces.