How many decibels is a train horn?

Answer The Federal Railroad Administration has mandated that the maximum allowable volume of train horns be 110 decibels. The FRA also set the minimum decibel level at 96. Railroads were given until 2010 ... Read More »

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How many db is a train horn?

As of 2010, U.S. federal regulations limit the maximum volume of a train horn or whistle to 115 decibels (db), with a minimum of 96 db (for safety reasons). At a distance of 500 feet, the volume of... Read More »

How many decibels is an alarm?

Alarms can vary in decibel range, depending on type and use. According to Dan O’Brien of Mallory Sonalert Products, Inc., alarms are constructed to be at least 10 decibels higher than the normal ... Read More »

How loud is a train horn?

The loudness of a train horn or whistle varies based on distance, with the decibel (db) level averaging about 90 db at 500 feet from the source. In the U.S., federally mandated loudness levels are ... Read More »

Train horn nos bottle?

yes, but it would sound funny( sorry, couldnt help myself there )Hooking it up to direct compressed air or even compressed CO2 would be much cheaper.