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Title: Noise impact on working woodchip board
Authors: Ermak, I. T.
Bosak, V. N.
Keywords: noise impact
woodchip boards
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: BSTU
Citation: Ermak, I. T. Noise impact on working woodchip board / I. T. Ermak, V. N. Bosak // Proceedings of BSTU. Issue 2 : Forest and woodworking industry. – Minsk : BSTU, 2012. – P. 157-159.
Abstract: High noise level in the production of particle is one of the main occupational hazards at the Joint-Stock Company “Ivatsevichidrev”. Studies have shown that the maximum excess of permissible levels observed at mid and high frequencies, the most harmful to humans. In the workplace, levels from 1 to 14 dB were measured at workplace of shaving machine operator and the operator of the sorting chips machine PESSA, from 3 to 17 dB at machinist cutting board, from 1 to 4 dB at separator operators workplace. To reduce the harmful effects of noise, new sound insulating cab design was developed for the operators of these jobs.
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