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EEMUA updates guidance on industrial noise 12 December There is a need to control noise within and around industrial installations for a variety of reasons, including meeting health and safety work area noise limits and environmental noise criteria for community noise.
EEMUA has updated its suite of guidance documents aimed at this aspect of industrial asset management. EEMUA Publication , Noise procedure Specification, defines the latest procedures for controlling noise in plant and equipment in accordance with international standards. It indicates the method of specifying maximum acceptable noise levels, describes acceptable methods of test for determining noise emission from equipment and gives a guide to methods of calculation and presentation of data.
Edition Three has been updated to include reference to the sound intensity method of measuring noise from equipment, and references to relevant standards and regulations — available as an addendum. The updated Third Edition is based on the experience of a number of companies, and the material included should prove helpful in any case where noise limits have to be set.
EEMUA Publication is a guide to the selection of silencers which are appropriate for use with various noise sources. It is aimed at the practising engineer with a limited knowledge of acoustics, to assist in the specification of the most suitable silencer for a particular purpose and to assess its operation when it is installed.
The updated Second Edition includes references to relevant standards and regulations. Offer ends 31 January Alternatively orders can be placed by emailing sales eemua. Fri: Member companies manage process plants, refineries, power stations and utilities, offshore platforms, storage terminals and other industrial facilities around the world. EEMUA members pursue their aims by sharing engineering experiences and expertise, and by the promotion of their distinct interests as the users of engineering products.
Recognised internationally for their technical quality, these are sought out and used in a variety of engineering sectors, and are often adopted as formal standards.
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EEMUA updates guidance on industrial noise