Gas Booster Enclosure (After)


Sound Planning offers high quality bespoke enclosures to suit client requirements – our exacting standards will ensure that your bespoke enclosures look as aesthetically pleasing or industrial as you prefer.

Bespoke Enclosures can include:

  • Control rooms
  • Lifting/storage facilities
  • Fuel tanks/systems
  • Engines
  • Electrical packages
  • Ventilation fans
  • Pumps
  • Motors

Enclosure Specification:

  • Exhaust attenuator with a radius bend (height restriction)
  • High performance acoustic louvre for air inlet
  • BS or RAL painted colour
  • Internal absorption panels for reduced internal reverberant build up

Benefits of our Bespoke Enclosures:

  • High sound reduction performance
  • Extremely robust construction
  • Lightweight and quickly and easily assembled
  • Suitable for external or internal applications
  • Different complex shapes can also be requested

Site Survey

To ensure maximum benefits from your bespoke enclosures, we always carry out site surveys beforehand; to ascertain the machinery operations and maintenance requirements that will be needed to complete the installation.

Bespoke Enclosure Installation

As part of our service, our experienced engineers will carry out the complex installation of your bespoke enclosures; you can schedule the installation at any given time that you deem most suitable for you and your business. Our installation services are available:

  • Overnight
  • Weekends
  • Operation shutdown periods
  • During maintenance

Additional tasks can also be completed promptly and efficiently – for emergency situations, give us a call and we will be there.

Consultancy Services

Our consultancy services ensure compliance with the required noise standards – we assess different types of noise in accordance with the British Standards, rules and regulations:

Environmental NoiseBS 7445 – description and measurement of environmental noise
Commercial/Industrial NoiseBS 4142:2014 – methods for rating and assessing industrial and commercial sound
Sound Insulation Tests (Building Control)Approved Document E of The Building Regulations Act 2000
Vibration AssessmentBS 6472:1992 – guide to evaluation of human exposure to vibration in buildings (1 Hz to 80 Hz)
Acoustic Fence ConsultancyWHO 2000 guidelines for community noise
Entertainment NoiseInstitute of Acoustics (IOA) ‘Good Practice Guide on the Control of Noise from Pubs and Clubs’
Construction NoiseBS 5228 – code of practice for noise and vibration control on construction and open sites

These assessments can be implemented to certify that our proposed schemes can satisfy the necessary requirements.

Contact Us

For bespoke enclosure enquiries please call 01252 711972 or email us at


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