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This can be done by the erection of sound barrier constructions which can reduce the transmission of sound. g. aircraft, traffic and train) They should also be used where noise created in the hotel travels to undesirable areas. The major decisions that determine the quality and quantity of noise in the hotel are made at the time of construction, Four factors play a major role. 1. Location and position of the hotel (influenced by owner) 2. Location of major noise sources in relation to other spaces requiring quiet (influenced by the architect).
The humidity should be controlled to between 40 per cent and 60 per cent. 8. Odours: Even at concentrations below those of health concern, pollutants can cause annoying odours. As well as the chemicals listed above, naturally arising odorus from human activities (bathrooms, cooking, leisure centres) also contribute to poor indoor-air-quality. There are also other contaminants in the air, such as: 1. Asbestos: a specific category of material found in older buildings, where it was used as insulation and as reinforcement in plaster, paint, bitumen, mastic, resins, plastic and cement.
Replacing toilet flush valves with quiet flush tank • Providing sound-absorbing barrier underneath bathtub • Checking if sockets in adjoing rooms are offset. • Providing a quiet hairdryer. LIGHT Lighting is normally provided by a mixture of artificial lighting and daylight. The intensity of light which falls on a surface is expressed in terms of the illuminance’, which is a measure of density of light on an area of a surface. The unit of illuminance is the ‘lux’ or lumen/m2. For staff carrying out detailed work, illuminance values of between 500 and 1000 lux are recommended, but this reduces to 200-300 lux for non-detailed work.