Eckel Acoustic Panels Applications
MITIGATE INTOLERABLE AUDITORY CONDITIONS

Eckel Acoustic Panels Systems increase the intelligibility of speech.
Decrease the risk of harm from exposure to excessive noise.

Environmental Conditions

Untreated reflective and cavernous workplaces represent operational and personnel hazards. Spacious environments are typical of virtually every industry yet these conditions have been proven to negatively effect personnel and productivity. It is incumbent that an environmental assessment take place to identify the extent of excessive noise and reverberation and formulate a plan to mitigate such negative conditions

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Noise + Reverb Challenge

Noise and Reverberation negatively impact performance, productivity, health and safety. When left untreated, such poor conditions contribute to unsafe and unhealthy workplaces and impact an organization’s profitability and success. It is the responsibility of a given organization to investigate the issue and to address site conditions by providing an effective solution to mitigate excessive noise and reverberation.

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Site Analysis & Calculation

Eckel architectural & engineering support services include acoustical analysis of building spaces. Room reverberation time calculations are offered as a service to architects and engineers, utilizing our computer model room analysis program. For existing facilities requiring acoustical correction, Eckel can measure before and after room  reverberation time and noise  levels in a full range of frequencies from 125 Hz to 8,000 Hz.

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Eckel Acoustic Panels Solution

Eckel’s noise control panel systems offer architects and acoustic consultants a range of products to satisfy virtually any noise control requirements in a range of applications. Attractive Eckel Functional Panels (EFPs) are sound absorbing and fire-resistant. EFPs can be spot located on walls and ceilings to achieve effective yet economical noise control without relocating utilities. Eckel EFPs are the solution to noise control and reverberation challenges.

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Panels in Rec Center Project
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Panels in Building Renewal
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Panels in NEW WWTP Project
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Panels in Latest Pool Project

Eckel Acoustic Panels control noise + reverb in virtually any application.

Architectural Noise Control Panel Systems. Innovative Technologies to Better the Human Experience.

Acoustic Lay-in Panels (ALPs)

Eckel ALPs are a convenient and method for upgrading the performance and appearance of ceiling tiles. Replacing as little as 1/3 of the existing panels with Eckel ALPs will result in a substantial performance improvement.

Eckel Learning Panels (ELPs)

Extra rugged and tamper proof, Eckel Learning Panels (ELPs) are ideally suited for correcting noise and reverb in classrooms, hallways, and libraries of schools, academies and other pedagogical environments.

Eco-Logic Environmental Barriers (EEBs)

Eco-Logic Environmental Barriers (EEBs) are ideal for exterior noise & reverberation control of industrial facilities. Fortified for all seasons weather and designed for performance.

Eckel Correctional Panels (ECPs)

Eckel Correctional Panels are designed to provide an extremely rugged and robust noise control system for correctional facilities such as jails, prisons and other high security environments.

Eckel Functional Panels (EFPs)

Sound absorbing EFPs can be spot located on walls and ceilings to achieve effective & economical noise control. EFPs are independent panels and can be fastened into place without disturbing utilities.

Delta Acoustic Panels (DAPs)

The unique panel design and edge geometry provide maximum sound absorption in flush mounted wall and ceiling applications. A NRC of 1.05 makes this panel ideally designed for restaurants, studios & conference rooms.

Eckel Security Panels (ESPs)

ESPs provide a continuous acoustic ceiling treatment and a tamper-resistant attachment system, ideally suited secure locations requiring noise and reverberation control systems.

Flat Functional Panels (FFPs)

FFPs feature superior acoustic performance and control sound. They are ideal for offices, schools, studios and music practice rooms, libraries, retail operations, and other commercial facilities.

Delta Absorption Reflection Panels (DARs)

The Delta-ARU panel provides both absorptive and reflective surfaces for environments requiring a variable variation time such as in performing arts centres & concert halls.

Case Studies

Eckel Acoustic Panels effectively and efficiently absorb sound and reduce noise in spaces small and large – from WWTPs and recreational facilities to restaurants and concert halls to libraries and industrial plants. These high performance, durable and versatile panels increase the intelligibility of speech; mitigate distracting, unpleasant and even intolerable auditory conditions; and decrease the risk of harm from exposure to excessive noise.

Eckel Acoustic Panels come in a range of sizes and styles, and can be readily positioned within the host room to achieve optimal noise reduction performance. Available in aluminum or steel, they can be customized and finished to fit and complement any architectural layout and interior design. Easy to install during new construction or as a retrofit item Eckel Acoustic Panels are an economical and effective means to controlling noise and creating ideal acoustic conditions.

What our Clients Say

The acoustic panels have really improved our ability to utilize the Fieldhouse as more than just an athletic facility.The acoustics during Commencement as well during our Spring Concert improved drastically, allowing the speaker and attendees to hear and understand the presentations and the music more clearly.We should have done this sooner!- Joseph M. Inman, Project Manager, Colgate University
Natatoriums are notorious for presenting difficult acoustic challenges... given the large volume of these spaces, poor acoustics make the spoken word hard to understand and give rise to excessive noise from even the simplest activities. My challenge and goal was to create an environment where speech communication would be clear and multiple activities could occur simultaneously without deterioration of sound or enjoyment.- Bill Hannon, Chief Consultant, DH Kaiser
Total Transformation!- Anne Marie D’Amico, Choral Director