Broadly deployable Merford acoustic louvres
The possibility of exceeding noise standards in industrial environments is never far away. It is easy to exceed limits. This can present a risk to personnel and nearby residents. Merford’s acoustic louvres are perfectly suited for locations that require ventilation louvres with high sound-insulation and low air resistance properties, and a small installation depth.
Standard where possible, custom-work where necessary
The acoustic louvres are designed such that they can be integrated into any desired architecture, geometry or colour scheme, in new development, as well as in existing situations. There are five standard versions, with insulation values ranging from 11 to 21 dB. In addition, we can produce the louver completely according to your specifications, in terms of dimension, choice of materials and finish. The grills are equipped with a rain barrier, a bird-repellent screen and a mounting flange. Furthermore, they are not only functional, they are also very beautiful. The interplay of the louver and flange lines is deliberately kept austere, so that the louvres seamlessly fit into the most beautiful architecture.
Merford has 35 years of experience with the application of acoustic louvres in various industrial sectors, as a result of which we understand your specific problem perfectly. Merford always provides you with a ready-for-use solution. We provide noise control guarantees so that you can be sure that the acoustic louvres meet your specified requirements.
View the key features and possibilities of application of our sound-absorbing louvres below. Download the technical product sheets from the banner on the right for additional information.
Louvers for Flood barrier Compressors in Venice
The historical city of Venice has had to contend with floods for years. In the 20th century, flood water levels have been occurring at an increasingly rapid succession. The cause is not only the rising sea levels, but the subsidence of the city into the unstable subsoil as well. To prevent further floods, flood barriers are being constructed to close off the Venice lagoon from high tides.