At dBplus acoustic consultants we have the perfect technology to accurately assess any acoustic problem. Our Engineering Department is made up of a highly qualified team that, using the latest technological tools, offer personalised solutions adapted to the particular needs of each client.
Prediction and simulation of on-site sound behaviour
At dBplus acoustic consultants we use specialised software for the simulation and prediction of sound behaviour indoors. For this, we analyse existing noise sources by contrasting measurements and technical data; we enter the geometric characteristics of the room and materials into the software. From this data, we create sound maps of the area in question, as well as the parameters that define the quality of sound (such as reverberation, intelligibility, definition and clarity). From these models, we can analyse the measures that need to be taken, according to the client‘s requirements, whether that be noise reduction solutions or materials that will improve the acoustic quality of the space.
dBplus acoustic consultants is a pioneering company working in the creation of acoustic prediction models for business premises, dedicated to the protection of employees from noise exposure risks. We use the latest technology to solve the different problems that can arise from excessive noise levels on business premises. We create sound maps that accurately reflect both the existing noise exposure levels and the potential for improvement by implementing a tailor-made solution.
Analysis and processing of environmental noise measurements
dBplus acoustic consultants have the most up-to-date technology available on the market for measurement, analysis and data processing; thereby guaranteeing the reliability and quality of the sound tests that we carry out. Using these specific programs, we process the data collected from the measurements in order to accurately define the parameters of the situation in question. This enables us to, amongst other things, eliminate random, unwanted noise or identify intermittent noise using long term measurements.
All of our measurement equipment complies with current legislation, periodic tests and criteria set by the Spanish Ministerial Order, dated 16th December 1998 of the Ministerio de Fomento
(BOE. 311 from 29/12/1998) and the Order dated 30th of June 1999 of the Departamento de Industria, Comercio y Turismo (DOGC 2928 from 12/07/1999).