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With expertise in creating optimal sound environments, Eckel Noise Control Technologies has been at the forefront of acoustic analysis and design since 1952. Founded in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Eckel helped to create the world's first Anechoic Chamber at Harvard University. Since then, the company has pioneered chamber design for use in product testing from cell phones to cars to jet engines helping engineers and manufacturers achieve exceptional quality standards.
Building on the science behind its Anechoic Chambers, Eckel set the standard for the design and manufacture of other types of noise control solutions. Audiometric Rooms & Studios create the ideal controlled environment for hearing testing, recording and other sound isolation applications. Acoustic Panels provide precise control of reverberation and background noise in any setting from auditoriums and gyms to concert halls and industrial facilities. Industrial Enclosures offer custom-engineered options for worksite noise isolation.
No matter the acoustic challenge, Eckel has a sound solution.
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.
Flat Functional Panels (FFPs)
Delta Acoustic Panels (DAPs)
Eckel Correctional Panels
Eco-Logic Environmental Barriers
G and CL series rooms are designed and built with superb acoustic characteristics to maximize external noise isolation and create a testing environment ideally suited for clinical level audiological exams. The walls, ceilings, and floor panels of all CL & G series rooms are STC rated to provide outstanding acoustic performance within the rooms and can be upgraded to a double-wall design for high ambient noise applications.
Both the G Series and CL Series Rooms are comfortable and easy to use. The interiors are spacious and ADA compliant, and if additional space is necessary, a two-room suite design is available.
Available with a wide selection of interior and exterior finishes the Cl & G series can be custom designed to fit the desired aesthetic of any setting.
The unitized, all-welded construction and continuous magnetic door seal are innovative and proven designs that contribute to the AB Series outstanding acoustic performance. The large entry door allows ease of access and the roomy interior is designed to allow test subjects to move unimpeded in the room.
Known for their compact size and practicality, the AB Series booths are small enough to fit through a standard 30 in. doorway. Additionally, the optional cam-lock construction facilitates disassembly for moving, storage or shipping.
While the booths are mini, the interior space is roomy and comfortablefeaturing double acoustic windows and quiet forced-air ventilation. The AB Series booths are available with lighting, carpeting, vibration isolators or heavy-duty castors, and universal jack panel (adaptable to any audiometer).
Eckels AB Series Booths are ideal for small-footprint applications, such as medical offices, clinical laboratories, schools, and business or industrial settings. They are often incorporated intro trailers and cargo vans widely used in mobile test facilities. Eckels Unique Cam-Lock Design
Eckels audiometric rooms and studios are modular designs available with a unique cam-lock system to facilitate on-site installation, and if needed, relocation. This unique feature helps ensure the acoustic integrity, durability and utility of each room when it is installed and likewise, if the room needs to be relocated, it also ensures the room can be disassembled, moved and re-assembled without compromising the performance or integrity of the room once its been re-commissioned. No other audiometric room or booth on the market features this innovative design.
Engineered and built using the same technology found in our clinical grade audiometric rooms voiceover rooms and studios offer the same design qualities and performance capabilities. The walls, windows, ceiling and door systems incorporate acoustic treatment and provide an ideal environment for all types of recordings. The doors seal with double magnetic gaskets, and all doors and optional windows are STC-rated assemblies, providing a high degree of sound separation between the recording room and the control room. Additionally, isolated floors prevent the transmission of low-frequency vibration noise. Rooms and studios feature a quiet ventilation system, ceiling lighting and AC outlets. Audio cables provide microphone and amplifier connections to the control room. And, like our Audiometric Rooms, installation is easy with our unique cam-lock modular construction.
Eckels Voiceover Rooms and Studios provide the ideal environment for vocal recording, overdubs, performance enhancements and other studio applications. While the array of applications is endless, the rooms are often used for production, recording and broadcasting of live musical and theatrical performances, lectures, symposia, oral histories and video interviews.
Eckel helped lay the groundwork for anechoic testing by assisting in the development of the first chamber ever constructed and in the more than 65 years since then has continued to be a pioneer in the field of acoustic research having built facilities worldwide for a wide array of customers within the automotive, telecommunications, consumer product, aircraft/aerospace, audio, high-tech and academic communities
These high performance chambers are available in a range of sizes with low frequency cut-offs of 150, 200, 250 and 450-500 hertz. As their name implies PACs are designed for versaility and portability and are available as complete pre-assembled chambers or in a sectional design that can be readily bolted or cam-locked together on-site for fast and easy assembly.
PACs are constructed utilizing a 2″-4″ thick sound attenuating outer wall structure with pre-tested anechoic wedges lining the interior walls, ceiling and door of the enclosures. Available wedge designs include perforated metallic , standard fiberglass , fiberglass cloth covered and standard E-element. The non-reflective floors provide a maintainable sound absorption level inside the chamber. Optional features and accessories include vibration isolation mounts, floor grating, ventilation, and instrument supports and hangers.
PACs provide an optimal acoustic environment within which to perform a range of R&D tests related to the effect of noise and vibration on product performance and can reliably establish quality control benchmarks of mechanical and electric components and component systems. PACs also provide the ideal environment to test and evaluate a range of performance metrics and sound output levels of small audio devices such as cell phones, tablets and laptop computers.
SuperSoft panel linings can be installed in a new or existing structure. They cover the walls and ceiling using a track and batten system. Fill density and panel spacing from the walls determine the acoustic performance. The V ridge facing design of the perforated metal panels enhances acoustic performance by reflecting unabsorbed energy back into the acoustic treatment rather then back into the host room.
SuperSoft chambers are suitable for a range of acoustic test facility projects where a lab grade full or hemi-anechoic chamber is not needed or is cost-prohibitive. They are particularly useful for testing products that will be used on a solid surface, such as vehicles, construction machinery and major appliances.
Eckel reverberation rooms exceed reverberant test requirements and surpass specific interior sound levels and environmental requirements necessary for proper test measurements.
Individual standard panels can be used as sound barriers in various interior and exterior scenarios. Outdoor applications include placement around:
Last Update: 2018-05-22