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Vibration & Noise in Industry

Karol Wesołowski


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The OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) actually requires workplaces to maintain 84 dB (decibels) and below for an 8-hour shift. However, sounds generated by these industrial fans typically register between 70 and 120 dB. And since we’re already speaking in decibels – which is the relative unit measuring sound intensity – let’s talk about sound ratings and their importance in the industrial fan world.

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