When you hear the word pollution, what immediately comes to mind? Maybe water, air, or even soil, but have you ever considered noise? Noise pollution is a serious issue that can have adverse effects on your health, affecting the human body in 3 main ways: Physical, Physiological, and Psychological.
Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are a crucial part of any building. Whether it’s a small house, a medium-sized office building, or a large manufacturing facility, HVAC systems play an integral role in providing much needed airflow and temperature regulation throughout the structure. However, HVAC systems often generate unpleasant noise pollution, typically in two distinct ways.
Certain things in life are inevitable, such as death, taxes, and power outages. By now, most manufacturers have realized that nothing kills productivity like a loss of power. Fortunately, industrial generators can provide the electricity needed to keep the job going when the main power supply goes offline. However, one of the often overlooked drawbacks, noise pollution, can present a significant issue.