Environmental Noise Control, Inc’s compressor sound enclosure is designed with a modular, dual wall tongue and groove panel system, allowing for quick set-up and removal of wall & ceiling panels. ENC’s acoustical enclosures are customizable in shape & size to enclose noisy equipment and provide adequate access and room for maintenance. ENC designs the enclosures and submits detailed drawings for approval to ensure the enclosure meets the needs and concerns of our clients.
ENC’s acoustical compressor enclosure system design includes pre-hung acoustically rated doors, easily removable access panels, air intakes, and discharge silencer packages. ENC’s enclosures are available with passive (non-powered) and fan-powered forced air circulation systems to meet the heating and airflow requirements of the enclosed equipment.
ENC’s enclosures can be retrofitted with electrical wiring to power lights, gas detectors, alarms, or other required safety equipment. ENC’s enclosures galvanized steel exterior can be painted to satisfy any aesthetic requirements. The modular design of ENC’s acoustical panel system consists of individual tongue & groove wall and roof panels constructed of 18 gauge galvanized solid steel exterior skin, 22 gauge galvanized perforated steel interior liner, and minimum 18 gauge galvanized longitudinal steel stiffeners spaced a maximum of 16 inches apart. ENC’s acoustical panels are fabricated to a maximum width of 45 ½ inches and a maximum height of 16 feet and are available in 2-inch, 4-inch, and 6-inch thicknesses. ENC’s panel interiors are filled with glass fiber insulation with a minimum density of three pounds per cubic foot. The insulation is corrosion and moisture-resistant and rated non-combustible as defined by NFPA Standard 220 when tested per ASTM E136.
Surface burning characteristics per ASTM E84 have a Flame Spread rating of 15 & a Smoke Development of 0. ENC’s acoustical compressor enclosures are typically installed on concrete pads or other solid foundations, but some require the enclosures to have floor panels. Available floor panels are constructed with 16 gauge galvanized solid steel upper skin, and 22 gauge galvanized solid steel lower skin. Floor panels with perforated lower skins are available when necessary to increase sound absorption. The spacing of internal longitudinal stiffeners of the floor panels does not exceed 8 inches.
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