Acoustic enclosure is a generally accepted technical term, which is used to define a closed engineering structure, specifically designed and built for the purpose of reduction, minimisation, or attenuation of the noise generated by particular types of equipment or machinery.

Generally, any enclosure that is classified as “acoustic” is designed specifically to reduce, minimize or eliminate sound emanating from a specific source or sources.

The most common type of outdoor acoustic panels include a series of noise canceling or reducing panels useful for helping commercial and industrial companies maintain compliance with local and national noise ordinances.
These barriers create quieter environments where people can work safely away from equipment noise or to enclose equipment to protect nearby workers from loud sounds.

For indoor applications, acoustic rooms may provide quiet spaces for people to meet or operate businesses without traffic noise, HVAC noise, or utility equipment interfering.

Applications for Industrial Acoustic Enclosures

  • Outdoor generator enclosure for reducing the constant frequencies from this equipment.
  • Warehouse office space for reducing equipment noise to meet office standards of 50 decibels or lower
  • Industrial control rooms providing operators a noise safe environment for the duration of the work shift
  • Transformer enclosures minimizing equipment hum and high -frequency sounds
  • Compressor rooms to limit noise levels getting past the sound enclosure
  • Ventilation equipment for large residential areas, commercial complexes, health care facilities, and warehouses
  • Quiet zones for any construction project or business sector

Benefits of Using Acoustic Enclosures
Sound Fighter Systems designs customizable sound walls for many industrial and commercial applications.

    These acoustic barriers meet or exceed national safety standards.

  • Modular designs allowing for reconfigurable applications
  • Effective acoustic enclosure for compressors, generator, transformer,fan, blower, and refrigeration equipment
  • Noise reduction specifications reaching or exceeding safe, sound dampening laws
  • Fireproof materials
  • Indoor and outdoor sound eliminating applications
  • Protecting workers and nearby residents or commercial occupants from traffic, equipment, and operating noise
  • Temporary structures for construction projects
  • Adaptable designs allowing for ventilation and maintenance access
  • Numerous colors, designs, and processes
  • Rust, wind, rodent, and waterproof design