A child’s hearing abilities are not fully developed until age 15. And, it is challenging for children to overcome sound interruptions from things like a lawn mower outside, chairs scooting across the floor, or heating and cooling equipment, because they lack the knowledge and life experience to fill in words they might miss.
That means the sound emitted by heating and cooling equipment manufactured by our client, Trane, directly influences a child’s ability to listen and learn in their classrooms. So, it’s no wonder Trane has a whole team of engineers dedicated to measuring and optimizing the acoustical performance of its equipment and its customers’ buildings.
Trane’s experts are more than just acoustical engineers—many are parents of school-aged children whose learning environments and success in school depends on the acoustical performance of classrooms and the company’s equipment, making their work that much more important to them. We invited their kids to join them at work—partially for an excuse to include cute kids in the video; but also to help drive home the importance of a building’s acoustical performance and to showcase Trane’s expertise.
The magic of this video is that Trane’s acoustics people obviously care deeply about their work. That passion was amplified when their kids entered the mix. The video feels very real–because it is.
Take a watch and listen (but if you’re younger than 15, be sure to minimize any outside acoustical interruptions)!
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