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White Noise

Magnetic Storm is one of few companies in the Eastern Cape with the expertise to manage "white noise” installations.

White noise is the constant, intruding noises in the background such as the air-conditioning and office equipment. Sound Masking is installed in open plan office environments to dampen this white noise to improve the privacy factor of conversations in an area.

Businesses can create a more peaceful environment with fewer distractions thanks to Sound Masking. Removing these noises has been said to improve the concentration levels and reduce stress of staff – resulting in greater productivity and efficiency within the work place.

You can follow the link below should you require further information or contact us directly to discuss your possible needs.

http://science.howstuffworks.com/question47.htm
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