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Four Benefits of GRP acoustic enclosures
GRP acoustic enclosures are used all over the country and provide adequate protection for equipment and employees. From building sites to off-site electrical housings, they help businesses comply with noise and safety regulations and keep assets secure.
So, why should your business choose GRP enclosures?
Weatherproof and Vandal Proof
Traditionally, acoustic enclosures are left to do their job in some of the harshest and most remote environments. No matter what their purpose, these housing must stand up to everything that’s thrown at them. GRP is a particularly special material because, despite its weight, it’s incredibly strong.
The technique used to create GRP is ultimately what makes it so strong. Layers of glass fibre are melded together with plastic to create a material that’s almost completely waterproof. Depending on your needs, you can choose from varying levels of vandal and water protection that are guaranteed to keep your most valuable assets safe, even in remote locations.
Custom noise control and designs
Not everyone’s noise requirements are the same and whilst some enclosures are needed to gently regulate noise, others may need to eliminate it completely. Not all machines give out the same level of noise pollution, making a customisable solution essential.
With a GRP acoustic enclosure, you can choose the degree of noise reduction that is right for your needs. Custom thickness gives you ultimate control over your housings, meaning that your business never has to settle for standard, one size fits all noise protection.
Alongside this, we understand that standard sizing doesn’t work for everyone either, which is why our acoustic GRP enclosures can be made to fit almost any company specifications. No two businesses are the same, so why should your acoustic housings and enclosures be?
When you need to build and place enclosures all over the country, the last thing you want is to maintain them. That’s why the use of GRP is so beneficial when it comes to creating acoustic enclosures. Thanks to its super strong resilience to both harsh weather and dangerous chemicals, acoustic GRP housings can be left unmaintained for years without ever having to worry.
This can save businesses like yours a serious amount of time and money, whilst giving you peace of mind that your equipment is safe, secure and most importantly, quiet.
Easy to put together
Due to the way GRP is made, acoustic housings and enclosures are incredibly simple to put together. Using simple panel designs that fit together seamlessly, your enclosures could be up and running in no time.
Even custom-made enclosures and one piece units follow simple building rules to ensure your assets are completely encapsulated and provide adequate noise reduction. Simple, light and easy to construct, acoustic GRP enclosures can be reused and repurposed according to your needs.
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