Eckel Industries, Inc., Acoustic Div.
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From product testing to research laboratory, Eckel has played an integral role in technological advances in science, industry and commerce. Today, engineers and scientists utilize Eckel anechoic chambers and noise control products to improve the technology that affects our lives and the environment for our future.
Over the years, industries such as automotive, aircraft/aerospace, instrumentation, and computer manufactures as well as research organizations, universities, colleges, government, educational and industrial laboratories have relied on Eckel for the design, fabrication, and installation of anechoic chambers, reverberation rooms, modular panel enclosures, audiometric booths, and architectural noise control systems just to name a few.
Since 1952 Eckel Industries has provided state of the art noise control products and systems for industries, government agencies, schools; Acoustic test chambers, anechoic chambers and reverberation rooms. Architectural acoustic panels, modular panel noise control enclosures and engineering and design services.
EFPs are independent units that can be put into place without disturbing existing utilities. EFPs provide multi-functional and adaptive acoustic control and do so at considerably less cost than conventional continuous ceiling or wall treatment.
Due to the FFPs exceptional sound absorption properties and special design features, only a percentage of a room's wall and ceiling surfaces need effective noise treatment.
ECPs comprise 2" thick flat sound absorbing panels with a special security fastening system.
Over the years we've encountered a wide variety of outdoor noise problems and have consistently provided effective turnkey solutions.
From subway systems, highway and airport barriers, jet engine blast barriers to rooftop generator, HVAC, outdoor pump stations and turbines, Eckel Eco-Logic Noise Barriers are engineered to deliver results.
Perforated facings are ideal for continuous wall and ceiling applications where full surface coverage is required. Facings are available finished with standard white paint, special colors, and mil finished aluminum.
Used the world over, Eckel Audiometric Rooms provide the precise noise control environments neccessary for all variety of audiological testing. Over the past five decades Eckel has developed a broad spectrum of standard audiology booths, rooms and suites.
A choice of eight standard Audiometric Room models are available. Eckel also provides custom audiological & audiometric room design, fabrication and installation services.
Choice of eight standard models of 4" thick single-wall CamLock Booths.
Choose from 19 demountable (G-Series panels) standard models and custom-made rooms for your specific needs. Rooms are easy to install, and are modular, making them easy to take down, move and transport.
Unitized all-welded construction ensures reliable acoustic performance and dependable noise reduction.
Comfortable and efficient, the Eckel AB Series Audiometric Booth offers ample interior space, yet is compact enough to readily pass through a standard door opening.
Easy, Comfortable Access
Our large side entry door allows ease of access to persons of all ages. The Eckel Audiometric Booths's roomy interior is spacious enough to accommodate a mother and child or those who would have difficulty entering and sitting in most mini booths.
The Eckel Audiometric Booth has been specially engineered with features that maximize performance; double acoustic window, continuous magnetic seal on the access door, and silenced ventilation. Exclusive Eckel vibration damping design wall construction ensures acoustic integrity.
FULL ANECHOIC CHAMBERS are engineered acoustical structures that simulate "free field" conditions, where the walls, floor or ceiling absorb 99% to 100% of the incident sound energy. These chambers are constructed with noise attenuating outer structures of masonry or modular panels and have all interior surfaces lined with anechoic wedges.
HEMI-ANECHOIC CHAMBERS have acoustical treatment on the walls and ceiling only and feature hard floors with no acoustical treatment. The solid floor of the hemi-anechoic chamber is common for testing large and heavy equipment such as automobiles, construction equipment, ATV's or white goods and appliances such as refrigerators, washers and dryers, where the normal mode of operation is over a reflective plane such as a floor or hard road surface.
PACs assist in:
Improving product performance
Establishing Quality control of components and systems
Designing products with reduced noise output
Applications of these chambers include:
Our high performance chambers are available in a broad range of sizes, with low frequency cuttoffs from 150 Hz. We offer a complete line of standardized models with various optional equipment available.
In order to obtain a suitable sound environment, the anechoic lining is installed in a proper noise isolating structure. This enclosure may be one of several types of construction built on an isolated floor, or floated on springs or other vibration isolation material.
Eckel reverberation rooms exceed reverberant test requirements and surpass specific interior sound levels and environmental requirements necessary for proper test measurements.
Our pre-engineered, structurally strengthened panels combine outstanding sound control properties with tremendous versatility. Eckel EMPs provide effective noise control for any application.
EMPs offer a viable, reasonably priced method of quieting the industrial environment. They can be used as machinery enclosures to reduce noise levels around existing in-plant machinery.
Similarly, EMPs can be incorporated by manufacturers as part of an OEM "silencing" package for new machinery, eliminating the manufacturer's need for extensive, costly machinery redesign.
It is common to employ the panels to construct sound conditioned in-plant offices and control rooms. Such enclosures allow personnel to work in a comforatble acoustical environment. Personnel fatigue is lessened, accidents reduced, and communications improved.
Outdoor application include EMP barriers at water pumping stations, transformers, around various mechanical equipment and throughout transportation corridors.
All combine performance coupled with versatile design and economy.
Featuring the Eckel Cam-Locking, demountable panel system
Standard design or custom engineering, we're ready to help you create your ideal studio setting.
Type HD EFPs - acoustic panels for reducing background noise and reverberation.
Eckoustic® Correctional Panels (ECPs)
Extremely rugged 2" thick flat sound absorbing panels with special security fastening system.
Eckoustic® Scurity Ceiling Panel System (ESC)
Continuous acoustic treatment with extra strong 2" thick acoustic panels.
We Offer Industrial, Test and Research Enclosures.
A quieter workplace in manufacturing, processing plants, machine shops, industrial facilities and commercial operations can improve worker morale & productivity, lessen fatigue and reduce the risk of injury.
Worker fatigue is lessened, personnel safety is improved; productivity is enhanced! Quite simple.
The cost-effective acoustic material for vibration damping & noise reduction... in existing or new products.
The TEC Damping Sheet - a pressure-sensitive, asphaltic-based material - offers a practical means of acoustic and vibration control... effective noise abatement of radiating metal surfaces, wherever it is needed for protection of personnel, without interference in production operations.
Our engineering staff works with leading acoustical consultants and engineers worldwide to provide sound solutions for a broad variety of applications.
Silencing gas turbine installations in industrial, military, and comercial environments requires the attenuation of noise from the turbine's atmospheric inlet and exhaust openings.
From industrial noise control enclosures to anechoic chambers and architectural acoustic panels, Eckel's products and systems have been incorporated in projects by different industries and applications throughout the world.
The current projects focus primarily on recent acoustic test facility projects. Future projects will include features on noise control panels and enclosures.
Last Update: 2017-06-21