The rule of thumb is: the higher the noise level, the thicker your industrial sound curtains need to be. That being said, at a point effective sound attenuation becomes stationary is when the acoustic curtain wall increases in thickness. Frequency (high or low) also impacts the sound reduction equation.
Decibel (dB) is a measurement of sound.The term (decibel) and the dB scales are used worldwide for the measurement of sound levels. The decibel scale is a logarithmic scale where a doubling of sound pressure corresponds to a 6dB increase in level.
Here are some examples of different sound intensities as expressed in dB (HL*):
AmCraft provides a unique line of acoustic barrier and sound-absorbing products that, when used in conjunction with each other, can optimize the effectiveness of reducing reverberation / sound reflections and reducing noise to create a comfortable, safe environment for employees and workers. Industrial sound divider curtains address your noise issues and may be accompanied by acoustic wall panels, noise-absorbing ceiling baffles, and / or create an acoustic enclosure for sound reduction purposes.