Equipment, HVAC and Industrial Silencer Systems
Parklane Silencer Systems are custom-designed to mitigate unwanted sound from equipment, HVAC and industrial componentry. Our application engineering systems and Parklane360 service methodology ensure that your noise control challenges are addressed holistically, paying close attention to all site-specific integration details.
Our Silencer Systems are designed to seamlessly integrate with your existing aerodynamic systems. Our focus: substantiating acoustic performance through ASTM laboratory procedures and helping you mitigate risk and cost from ongoing sound emission issues.
Our service delivery process
It’s a turnkey, agile approach designed to address your engineered product and solution needs.
Parklane Silencer Systems
Common noise control challenges
As new noise control ordinances are introduced across North America and regulations are increasingly tightened, industrial, institutional, commercial and residential property owners and managers are faced with a new challenge: meeting noise control compliance standards to avoid the potential for fines, legal issues or facility closures. Silencers are often the solution, but many facility owners are unsure how to start the process of attenuating unwanted sound emissions. Worse, noise control solutions are often reduced to a focus on the physical componentry that will fix a sound issue, rather than the ways that componentry will interact and integrate with the building system as a whole.
At Parklane, we’re committed to helping you understand the full scope of your noise control problems and potential mitigation solutions. Our turnkey service approach guides you through the process—from understanding the source of your equipment, HVAC or industrial noise emissions, and designing customized solutions to address the issue. In many cases, that means fabricating and installing customized silencer component, while paying close attention to on-site integration considerations (think HVAC equipment access or rooftop wind loads).
Overlooked (but important) considerations
- The degree of complexity and risk associated with a noise control issue
- The full scope of the challenge, including the need for customized solutions
- Engagement with a qualified acoustical consultant to assess the problem
- Whether additional engineered solutions are required in retrofit situations
Our flexible and adaptive approach
- We focus on site-specific silencer integration requirements
- We analyze noise and vibration characteristics and system properties
- We design silencer components and develop a functional integration strategy
- We handle silencer manufacturing, installation and all on-site management
How our Parklane Silencer Systems can help
- Analyze potential future noise emission sources
- Mitigate risk during the design phase
- Develop strategic, project-specific solutions
- Reduce the threat of long-term legal liability
- Assess sound emission challenges
- Develop an effective mitigation strategy
- Account for site-specific integration issues
- Mitigate risk from ongoing noise complaints
- Address retrofit installation noise
- Ensure post-upgrade compliance
- Attenuate noise impacting neighbouring properties
- Avoid building occupancy delays
We work closely with your team directly and through representatives across North America
We’ve helped a wide range of clients mitigate complex noise and vibration control challenges
Read a selection of our success stories
Rogers Head Office
Toronto Western Hospital
Who we serve
For nearly 30 years, our team has built strong relationships with clients across the industrial, commercial, institutional and high-rise residential sectors.
Low-rise, mid-rise and high-rise condominium applications
Retail, distribution warehouses, office buildings, big-box retail and hospitality
Hospitals, long-term care homes, universities, colleges and public buildings
Manufacturing facilities, power plants, CHP plants and data center applications
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Don't let mechanical noise issues become a distraction
Contact a member of our team now to find out how Parklane can help provide an effective, customized solution to your organization’s noise control challenges.