Identification of Noise Sources and Design of Noise Reduction Measures for a Pneumatic Nail Gun
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Identification of Noise Sources and Design of Noise Reduction Measures for a Pneumatic Nail Gun

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    • Alternative Title:
      Noise Control Eng J
    • Description:
      An experimental-analytical procedure was implemented to reduce the operating noise level of a nail gun, a commonly found power tool in a construction site. The procedure is comprised of preliminary measurements, identification and ranking of major noise sources and application of noise controls. Preliminary measurements show that the impact noise transmitted through the structure and the exhaust related noise were found to be the first and second major contributors. Applying a noise absorbing foam on the outside of the nail gun body was found to be an effective noise reduction technique. One and two-volume small mufflers were designed and applied to the exhaust side of the nail gun which reduced not only the exhaust noise but also the impact noise. It was shown that the overall noise level could be reduced by as much as 3.5 dB, suggesting that significant noise reduction is possible in construction power tools without any significant increase of the cost.
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    • Pubmed ID:
      26366038
    • Pubmed Central ID:
      PMC4562896
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