Providing a unique Acoustic service to the Offshore oil industry, using advanced materials and an innovative approach to create bespoke solutions for all Noise & Vibration control issues.
The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 (Noise Regulations 2005) require employers to prevent or reduce risks to health and safety from exposure to noise at work. Employees have duties under the Regulations too. The Regulations require you as an employer to:
- Assess the risks to your employees from noise at work;
- Take action to reduce the noise exposure that produces those risks;
- Provide your employees with hearing protection if you cannot reduce the noise exposure enough by using other methods;
- Make sure the legal limits on noise exposure are not exceeded;
- Provide your employees with information, instruction and training;
- Carry out health surveillance where there is a risk to health.
Working in conjunction with leading UK academic institutes, further research and modeling packages can be offered for high value projects where complete quality assurance is required.
Typical products include:
- Noise Survey, Noise at Work Assessment
- Deck Vent Silencers: Fabricated from Stainless Steel to individual requirements
- Soundproof enclosures: Built to project requirements.
- Soundproofing of Dog House, Engine Rooms and Compressor Rooms.
- High Temperature Specialist insulation.
- Acoustic Louvers
Examples of Completed Projects
- Engine Room Silencing
- HP Silencing
- Deck Vent Silencing
- Accommodation cabin Silencing
- Workshop Silencing
- Dog House Silencing
The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 (Noise Regulations 2005) require employers to prevent or reduce risks to health and safety from exposure to noise at work.
Specialist Acoustic Products
Cammach HUSH Lag
Cammach Quiet Curtain
Compromising of a 3 part laminate sandwich of glass, mineral wood and a Polymeric barrier, this product provides a strong and resilient solution to be applied to a wide variety of applications.
The product can be customised for individual requirements, by finishing in a variety of materials from Aluminium foil to perforated PVC.
This product can also be installed in conjunction with our Sheeting to further improve sound reductions.
Cammach Engine and Exhaust Wrap.
Comprising of a development of our HUSH Lag, this has been designed as an easily installed solution for areas which require flexible easy access, such as Pump & HPU skids ie, where all around access is required and fixed acoustic panels are not practical.
The quiet curtain typically compresses of strips 600mm wide with Silicone glass cloth outer and
Silicone glass screen cloth inner, this arrangement encapsulates our HUSH Hag to produce a highly
effective and practical product which can be used in a wide range of applications.
Deck Vent Silencing
Designed to provide an easily fitted thermal and acoustic wrap for diesel exhausts and other hot vessels, withstanding 1000ºC / Needle MAt continuously.
Comprising of highly efficient 'Needle MAt' insulation, encased in Silicon Glass cloth, it is made in our sewing room to suit all your requirements.
The advanced specification of this product allows for a thinner than normal insulation thickness to offer, traditional materials.
The effect of duct silencers fitted on the deck is to achieve a sound barrier between the machinery
space on below deck, and the above deck areas. This effectively reduces transmission of fan noise
below deck and also reduced below deck generated noise from travelling through the duct, and in
increasing noise above deck.
Acoustically improved fans and ductwork on main deck reduced the amount of high frequency noise
and creates a better working environment. Axial fans, in general, emit quite large levels of high
The most economic solution to reduce the noise is to add an additional silencer if needed. Cammach
’s standard range of circular silencers consist of CDA (straight through type no pod) and CDAP
(podded type). Various lengths and manufacturing materials.
Contact Cammach for bespoke silencer and acoustic louvers cowls.