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Constant exposure to loud noises and dust can cause irreversible damage, including hearing loss and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Due to the nature of the materials being tested, a geotechnical testing laboratory can be a noisy and dusty environment. Testing construction materials like aggregates and soils using procedures such as sieving and crushing, produces dust. In addition, conducting concrete cylinder breaks using a compression machine generates loud noises that can be harmful to the ears; this risk increases with constant exposure. It's crucial to adopt measures that increase safety in the workplace, including the use of hearing protection and equipment designed to minimize noise and dust.
Investing in Soundproof Safety Cabinets
The following equipment can be purchased with available, sound-proof, safety cabinet options:
These cabinets are designed to reduce noise and dust and are lined with steel and sound-attenuating foam to provide maximum soundproofing. They come in various sizes to accommodate different types of materials testing machines and feature sealed doors to prevent dust from escaping.