Today's environment is littered with many different kinds of pollution. Our goal at Stoddard Silencers of Canada is to deal with one of the most dangerous and least recognized types—Noise Pollution.
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Today's environment is littered with many different kinds of pollution. Our goal at Stoddard Silencers of Canada is to deal with one of the most dangerous and least recognized types—Noise Pollution.

Everyday we experience all types of noise pollution and pay little regard to it. What seems no more than an annoyance could be causing serious damage to our hearing, and most people don’t even recognize when they are putting themselves at risk.

Noise pollution is found everywhere—at concerts, factories, airplane runways or your teenager’s bedroom. Many people work in a hazardous environment daily and don’t even realize it. Such is the case with industrial factories. Studies have concluded that in some cases workers who have been exposed to large amounts of noise pollution for a lengthly period of time have experienced hearing problems and even early deafness by middle age.

We at Stoddard Silencers are dedicated to the manufacturing and supplying of products that combat noise pollution in today’s workplace. We cover the entire spectrum of industries and applications. Our Sales-Engineering department has over 50-years combined experience with application, design and fabrication of industrial silencers. Our Sales Engineers are available to assist you in the selection of the correct type and size of silencer, or to custom design equipment to meet special requirements. For more information on Stoddard Silencers and our product lines please contact sales@stoddardsilencers.com.

 
Sound by definition is a sensation caused by minute different pressures in the air received by the audio nerves in the ear. These pressure waves vary in intensity or loudness and in quality or frequency. Noise can be generalized as any undesirable sound received by a person.

Sound by definition is a sensation caused by minute different pressures in the air received by the audio nerves in the ear. These pressure waves vary in intensity or loudness and in quality or frequency. Noise can be generalized as any undesirable sound received by a person.

Noise frequency of a single tone is one that vibrates a number of times per second. One cycle per second is called one Hertz. Each tone has its own number of vibrations, and has a pressure wave the shape of a sine curve. The human ear for a young person has a range of 20 Hz to slightly over 15,000 Hz. This range drops off on the high end as one ages. It can also drop off from continued exposure to loud noise.

Loudness is expressed in decibels that measure the sound pressure level. Decibels are the most widely used measure of loudness and measure noise levels accurately.

Stoddard Silencers manufactures equipment to help control the potentially harmful effects of noise pollution in industrial applications. For more information on Stoddard Silencers and our product lines please contact sales@stoddardsilencers.com.

 







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