It's a jet engine.
This is the rear throttle of a GEnx engine recorded at the GE Aviation Test Operations facility outside Peebles, Ohio.
It's an electric crane.
This is a crane beep from the CSX intermodal facility in North Baltimore, Ohio.
It's a freight container.
This is the sound of a CSX container tapping while on a train at an intermodal facility in North Baltimore, Ohio.
It's a fiber laser.
This is the sound of a laser used to measure optical fiber at GE’s Global Research Headquarters in Niskayuna, New York.
It's a welding torch.
This is a recording of welding performed at the GE Gas Turbine manufacturing facility in Greenville, South Carolina.
It's an MRI machine.
This is the sound of an MRI scanner created by GE Healthcare, headquartered in Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom.
It's a solenoid valve.
This is an electromechanical valve recorded at GE’s Oil & Gas facility in Hammerfest, Norway.
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