• Continuous exposure to industrial noise affects the hearing ability of a person, but, there is a lot that meet the eyes. The prolonged exposure can cause health hazards that are beyond the hearing ailments, like stress, fatigue, productivity losses, tinnitus and cardiovascular diseases. Understanding the gravity of its consequences, we have check for noise levels of the following industries:
  • Mining
  • Commercial construction (demolition and equipment)
  • Road Construction
  • Military
  • Industrial Manufacturing: such as metal fabrication, open air automated production lines, maintenance areas
  • Oil and Gas and downstream refineries – ATEX and IECEx approval
  • Urban areas

Ambient Noise Level Testing Standards

Ambient level testing is carried out within the industrial zone at ambient conditions. (e.g. Near the canteen, near the Main Gate, premises of manufacturing plant etc.) The acceptable noise limit at day time is < 75 dB and 70 dB during the night.

In-plant Noise level Testing Standards

As the name suggests, in-plant noise level checks for the noise emanated inside the plant. As per Central Pollution Control Board (as per Factory act 1948) Limits for In-plant Noise level is < 90 dB. We understand the repercussions of noise pollution; and to help your employees work peacefully in a noise regulated environment, our specially designed testing services strive to make your workspace acoustically comfortable. Our dedicated team of professionals offers the highest quality of noise testing services and comply with all regulatory laws & guidelines. Every test protocol of ours matches with the standards mentioned by the concerned authorities.

Anacon Laboratories collect the data that is generated from manufacturing units, military, aerospace, and defense industries. The test results give the industry owner a report that shows level of sound power and sound absorption. This gives an employer an extra edge of being an employee-friendly and responsible company; further, it also helps the industry meet the applicable regulations.