Anechoic Chambers are testing facilities designed purely for acoustic analysis, they are echo-free enclosures that provide a free-field environment allowing sound waves to propagate in all directions without obstruction or reflection.
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Eckel Anechoic Chambers
Eckel Noise Control Technologies have been an industry leader in the design and build of acoustic research and testing facilities since 1952. Eckel’s unique and patented wedge design provide an optimum level of sound absorption allowing precise, repeatable acoustic measurements.
Eckel Anechoic chambers represent Free Field test environments at their very finest.
Anechoic Chamber Construction
Eckel Anechoic chambers are engineered and designed to provide the optimum acoustic environment for testing and research for various industries. Your chamber will be designed specifically for its testing purposes, including size, outer structure and geometry. Your chamber is precision engineered and custom built to meet your desired testing criteria.
Maximum broadband performance, cloth covered, fibreglass wedges. Ideal for testing speakers, microphones and handheld devices
The fibreglass wedges feature a perforated metal covering instead of the original cloth covering used on the standard wedge. This design makes the wedges highly durable and cleanable. They are ideal for using in anechoic chambers designed for testing automative products and appliances.
Featuring multiple parallel surfaces with tapered leading edges that alternate out of phases with each other. This unique design enables these wedges to achieve the desired cut off frequency with less depth than the conventional wedge designs.
Polyurethane and melamine acoustic foams can provide adequate acoustical characteristics in many applications and may provide a more economical solution to traditional treatments. Polyurethane is hazardous if combusted, which means these types of chambers must incorporate a sprinkler system. These types of chambers work well in various applications when properly designed.
Where a full anechoic chamber is not required, Supersoft panel linings are an ideal solution for acoustic test facilities. The Supersoft panels can be used to line new or existing structures to provide a test environment that is suitable for general product testing and noise emission.
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