Room Acoustic Treatment

Envirotech Systems is a leading provider of Room Acoustic Treatment services. Their expertise and industry experience have made them a popular choice for those looking to improve the sound quality of their indoor spaces. in our room acoustic treatments, noise is controlled so that the acoustic paneling on the walls and the ceiling above the walls are fully laminated with perforated sheet metal and have a good aesthetic appearance, which is ensured by a pre-coated clip-in mode.

We have a highly experienced team of professionals who specialize in providing tried, tested and trusted solutions for any type of industrial noise control.

In order to achieve the optimal degree of sound transmission and the correct sound absorption coefficients, we use acoustic linings on the wall filled with insulating material, acoustic doors for access to the engine test chamber, acoustic ducts for proper air circulation, smoke exhaust ducts, and a sound-proof glass window for viewing the test chamber engine chamber. All this is accompanied by our aesthetic treatment.

We offer the design, development, and assembly of acoustic treatment for engine test chambers. We also deal with the requirement of industrial noise control and R&D for which we provide a Dyno test facility.

Our products are cost-effective, damage-resistant, highly reliable, and powerful. These acoustics are precisely manufactured from proven base materials and the latest technology. In addition, we also ensure the assembly of this hall’s acoustics according to the diverse needs of clients.

Envirotech Systems’ team of acoustic specialists have years of experience working with a variety of spaces, from recording studios, motor test cells, DG test cells and concert halls to conference rooms and educational facilities. Their expertise allows them to identify the unique characteristics of a space and create an acoustic treatment plan that is tailored to the client’s specific needs.

Acoustic Treatment of an engine test chamber involves the use of materials, equipment, and techniques to help absorb and limit the transmission of sound. The aim of the acoustic treatment is to create a quieter and safer working environment for workers and to minimize the impact of the trial process on the surrounding community.

Features of Room Acoustic

  • Sound insulated
  • Highly reflective surfaces
  • Modular structure framework
  • Internal lighting
  • Temperature controlled environment
  • Acoustically treated ventilation
  • RF & electromagnetic wave shielding