Hearing loss one of the most common ailments faced by humanity
Last month on March 3rd The World Health Organisation highlighted the importance of integrating ear and hearing care as an essential component of universal health coverage and that ear and hearing problems are among the most common ailments faced by humanity.
In fact currently more than 1.5 billion people (nearly 20% of the global population) live with hearing loss; 430 million of them have disabling hearing loss. It is expected that by 2050, there could be over 700 million people with disabling hearing loss.
Although workplaces are becoming smarter, with a growing number of offices implementing sensors that can monitor things like capacity, light & temperature, one aspect of the workplace is being left behind: The noise – they’re simply too loud, and the noise is harming our productivity.
There’s an abundance of scientific research behind why excessive noise harms our concentration. At best, background noise is an irritating distraction – at worst, it has detrimental effects on our mental and physical health. When turning our attention to workplace environments, the biggest problem is how much noise pollution harms employee productivity.
How can we help?
Here at Black Cat we strongly believe that choosing a quality booth is worth the investment.
Currently there are many booths in the market and it can be daunting to decide which one to choose. What we know is that the Studiobricks booths offer market leading sound isolation and have excellent flexibility because they are fully modular meaning your booth can move with you with relative ease.
The marriage between sound isolation and flexibility perfectly matches todays need for this whether at work, home or in a studio space.
Creating world-class sound isolation booths is one thing. Building it from high-quality materials with less environmental burden is another. By choosing to reuse waste and explore renewable sources, Studiobricks has minimised the impact of what your product is made of, so they can focus more on how the booth is made.
- Acoustic absorbers made of recycled PET
- Acoustic insulation made of recycled denim and upholstery residues.
- Water-based paint
- Non-added formol MDF
Some of the booths are available to view in Tunbridge Wells and London by appointment and we would love to show you how amazing they are!
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