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What's too loud: Federal OSHA standards say the ear can tolerate eight hours a day of 90-decibel sound (the sound of a well-tuned power mower), four hours at 95 decibels, two hours at 100 decibels, and so on. Many audiologists say those times should be cut in half.
Scantek, Inc. announces the release of a new version of OTL – Terrain™ from Mediterranean Acoustics Research & Development. Before, the software had a sophisticated acoustical calculation engine that simulates 3-dimension sound propagation using sound rays that include divergence, reflection, and diffraction to detect sound paths.
Acoustiblok’s All Weather Sound Panels are great for industrial noise problems as they both block and absorb noise occurring indoors and outdoors.
Scantek, Inc. is pleased to announce the appointments of three new members to its technical staff: Marek Kovacik, Matt Golden, and Steve Marshall.
Scantek, Inc., is pleased to announce the new prediction software for building acoustics and occupational noise exposure from Soft dB.
The favorite sound project grew from Deanna Meinke's experience with a NHCA-sponsored children's hearing conservation poster contest.
The range of industrial hygienists indeed reaches beyond industry gates, as shown by the sell-out audience that attended a full-day, for-fee course in community noise held during the Professional Conference on Industrial Hygiene held earlier this month in Baltimore.