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Frequently Asked Questions about Noise-Reducing Mats / Noise Protection
The price for a noise-reducing mat per day is 16.50 SEK, and the initial fee is 50 SEK.
Price example for renting for 10 days:
16.50 SEK x 10 days = 165 SEK + 50 SEK initial fee. The rental price for a noise-reducing mat for 10 days would be 215 SEK.
All prices are excluding VAT.
A noise-reducing mat is a sound-dampening product commonly used at construction sites, industrial areas, and other places where loud noise can be a problem. It is designed to absorb and mitigate sound waves, resulting in a quieter and more comfortable working environment for both workers and the surroundings. Noise-reducing mats can be placed on fences, walls, or other surfaces to reduce the spread of sound, thus enhancing working conditions and reducing the risk of hearing damage.
Yes, it is possible. Contact us for a quote. We can arrange noise-reducing mats customized with your company logo.
You can rent for as long as you wish and have a need for the noise-reducing mat. When you no longer require it, you send it back to us for maintenance before it’s delivered to the next customer.
We ship with Schenker and can typically deliver within 1-2 working days unless weather or other factors affect the delivery of the noise-reducing mats.
There are regulations from the Swedish Work Environment Authority (Arbetsmiljöverket) that include rules about hazardous and disturbing noise.
The employer has an obligation to plan, carry out, and follow up on the work, ensuring that the noise that employees are exposed to is reduced by eliminating the noise at its source or lowering it as much as possible.
When the average noise level during a working day is 85 dB or higher, or when the highest sound pressure level is 115 dB or higher, or when the peak impulse value is 135 dB or higher, the employer is obligated to:
Implement measures/written action plan Provide signage, demarcation, and access restriction Ensure the use of hearing protection Offer hearing tests
Upper action values:
135-137 dB – Peak impulse value LpCpeak
80/85 dB – Daily noise exposure level
75/80 – lower level