Troy Acoustics™ Corporation and the multi-faceted designs and products it produces are well versed in the requirements of animal shelters for the purpose of reducing objectionable sounds from within the facility and minimizing their transference to locations outside and adjacent to the shelter building and grounds.
Troy System™ products are designed to capture the animal sound levels, such as dogs barking and significantly reduce those sound levels from being objectionable and intrusive to the neighbors and the employees of the facility. The Troy System™ specifications meet all the requirements currently set forth by OSHA 29CFR 1910.95 as well as NFPA 286: STANDARD METHODS OF FIRE TESTS FOR EVALUATING CONTRIBUTION OF WALL AND CEILING INTERIOR FINISH TO ROOM FIRE GROWTH and other guidelines set by government and private entities. The Troy System™ designs will reduce normal noisy environments to below allowable levels for animal and human safety.
Animal Shelters are normally located within areas of close proximity to neighbors who cannot or will not tolerate the kinds of sounds that emanate from these facilities. Noise ordinances must be met in these locations. The Troy System can be designed into a new facility or added to an existing facility, which now must meet new restrictive noise abatement conditions of operation.