It is difficult to separate noise from operation when it comes to using diamond saw blades. The standard uses include the cutting of stone, the cutting of concrete, and the cutting of asphalt, cutting of bricks, cutting of marble, as well as cutting of coal balls, glass , and ceramics – and all of these things generate a high frequency of the noise. In such cases, these end up becoming a nuisance to the users of the blade at the end of the day/work.
It is hard not to feel sympathy for workers that have to make use of these blades almost every single day for long hours. Welfare should be equal for those who work.
So the question is this: how do you reduce the noise of a running saw blade? How do you help users of the blade have a comfortable use and still get maximum results while cutting? How do you get the best out of a quiet environment?
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Chapter 1: The noise of the saw blade will have a negative impactThe objective of this guide is to provide practical answers to the constant questions asked by users of the saw blades – which is how to reduce the noise of running saw blade. The noise associated with the use of diamond saw blade comes with a plethora of adverse effects on both the users and the equipment itself.
1.1 The following are some of the negative impacts of the noise of the diamond saw blade.
- Lowering Efficiency
- Hearing Loss
1.2 More Negative Effects of Noise from Running BladesThe adverse effects of noise from running saw blades are not limited to those above three – in fact, studies have shown that the noise has a negative correlation to performance on the site which then leads to decreased productivity. Sometimes the neighbors will complain, you may have one or two complaints, this is normal, not surprising, especially when they make use of these saw blades in adjacent neighborhoods. Many users are often forced to stop their work totally or have to devise other means of getting the job done without disturbing the peace of the community. The complaints made by those neighbors are not misplaced at all – it is their right to have quiet enjoyment after all. Noise, of course, is a common unavoidable menace that exists in a large number of the work environment, especially those of the iron and steel industry as well as the construction industry. You can’t just do away with these jobs. But you need to minimize the level of noise to a point where it doesn’t pose a severe threat. Why? The following are of some of the negative impacts of noise on individuals involved (including you) in the use of saw blades.
Chapter 2: Medical tips：Noise-Induced Hearing LossHearing loss induced by noise is gradually becoming a prevalent work disease that is affecting so many countries around the world, without the exemption of the United States of America. According to a report published by the Environmental Protection Agency in the year 1981, The average daily occupational noise level of more than nine million Americans is higher than 85dB. This figure represents about 15% of all the working population of the country at the time. Do you think that number has increased or decreased from nine million today? Let us paint a picture for you: that number (nine million) has increased to 30 million in the year 1990. Imagine what the number would be in 2019! Most of these people exposed to the noise work in the vast and construction industry and stayed exposed to the noise for extended hours throughout the week all year long. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noise（Knowledge link for noise from Wikipedia）
Chapter 3: Why You Need to Reduce The Noise From Your BladesThere are usually several reasons why you will need to quieten or reduce the noise coming from your saw blades. Of course, the first reason is to protect your health and hearing senses. But there are other reasons why you may need to reduce the noise. Here are some of the reasons why you might urgently need to quieten the noise of running saw blades. 1. Someone in your neighbors has recently complained about your operation, and you need to take immediate action, especially when the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are breathing down your neck. 2. When it is among the tender of a document. The tender document that involves noise reduction deals with the preemptive mitigation of noise pollution before it happens. You can help solve potential problems with a well-planned bidding strategy. The following are the benefits of tendering strategy:
- It would help you to think about everything through in advance – you will always be one step ahead of others.
- You can pre-empt complaints from neighbors before they are lodged.
- This would help you to cut delays that can be costly both to logistics and economically.