Vacuum Pump Noise Control

Vacuum Pump Noise Control

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eNoise Control offers a variety of excellent sound suppression options for your noisy vacuum pump. Techniques for sound reduction include tight fitting sound blankets, also called sound jacketing; sound curtain enclosures and partitions; and acoustic steel sound enclosures. Our noise control options are engineered for access and heat release to ensure that your maintenance crew has full access to service the pump while controlling the noise.  We can help you determine the best sound mitigation products and solutions to fit your vacuum pump noise control needs.

Our clients have many types of pumps such as positive displacement pumps, momentum transfer pumps, and entrapment pumps.  All of these can cause loud noise exposure to your operators and other employees.  Reducing the noise from these machines can help you reduce workers’ compensation claims while also providing a better working environment for your staff.  The long-term financial and environmental benefits of installing sound control products around noisy equipment outweigh the up-front costs.

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Pump manufacturers, such as Gardner Denver and Ingersoll Rand, manufacture products for various industrial and transportation applications.  Some of the most common of these products include reciprocating, rotary, and vane compressors and liquid ring pumps and blowers. They also supply pumps used in the petroleum and industrial markets, and other fluid transfer equipment serving chemical, petroleum, and food industries. eNoise is familiar with all of these types of compressors and pumps.Vacuum pump

eNoise Control offers acoustical consulting services and can come on-site to offer sound surveys for any of your industrial equipment.  Our survey experience includes side channel blowers, radial fans, dry running and oil lubricated rotary vane vacuum pumps and compressors, screw vacuum pumps, as well as liquid ring, rotary lobe, and claw vacuum pumps and compressors.

Call us today for a solution to your vacuum pump noise problem!