Acoustics Treatment & Noise Control

As part of our company philosphy to provide our client the complete services and one-stop-solutions provider, we provide acoustical analysis, treatment, noise control and intergration for your venue.

Acoustical Analysis, Measurement and Consultation

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Is your hall too reverberant and “echo-ey”? You are looking for a proper permanent solution? Contact us today and we will help you access and evaluate your venue and needs. We will:

  • Do a site visit and do a preliminary analysis of the acoustical properties of your venue.
  • Spend time and understand the needs of the operators and venue owners of the nature of the events held there.
  • We provide professional acoustical measurement and report for a reasonable fee.
  • We also provide acoustical consultation for a reasonable fee.

Acoustic Treatment and Solutions

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Acoustic Cellulose Spray Treatment

We provide acoustic spray using cellulose as part of our acoustic treatment solutions.

What is Cellulose Acoustic Treatment?
Cellulose acoustic treatment is a method of improving the acoustics of a room by using cellulose fiber material to absorb sound waves. The process typically involves the following steps:
  1. Assessing the room: The first step is to assess the room and determine the areas that need acoustic treatment. This can be done by measuring the reverberation time, which is the amount of time it takes for sound to decay in a room.

  2. Selecting the material: Cellulose acoustic treatment involves using cellulose fiber material, which can be made from recycled newspapers or other sources. The material is chosen based on its ability to absorb sound waves and its fire resistance.

  3. Preparing the material: The cellulose fiber material is mixed with a small amount of water and a binder, such as boric acid, to create a dense, semi-rigid material.

  4. Installing the material: The cellulose material is typically blown into the walls or ceiling of the room using a special machine. Small holes are drilled into the surface, and the material is blown in using a hose.

  5. Finishing the surface: Once the cellulose material has been installed, the holes are patched and the surface is finished with paint or other materials.

The result of cellulose acoustic treatment is a room that has improved sound absorption and reduced reverberation, leading to clearer and more balanced acoustics. The process can be done on its own or in combination with other acoustic treatments, such as diffusers or bass traps, to achieve the desired sound quality.

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