By Celina Marsh. Dog Kennels. Published at Sunday, June 03rd, 2018 - 10:01:26 AM.
With a kennel, you often may have outside areas to soundproof as well such as dog runs. Similar fixes do apply that are mentioned below. To control sound levels within the animal shelter itself, you can install a set of acoustic sound panels, ceiling tiles or VET baffles. These fixes are designed to interrupt the reflections of the barking dogs, capture and absorb their energy, and deliver slower reverberation times within the kennel room
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By following these isolation techniques, a 10-12 dB drop can be triggered. For treating the acoustics within the room, controlled reverberation times will drop background noise and the corresponding decibel level exposure in the room. Remember, the treatment for soundproofing a kennel makes the room less loud, not the dogs. Theyll still bark, it just wont sound as loud.
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