The IAC Acoustics fully anechoic room is designed for the research physicist or engineer who must make precise sound measurements in a free-field acoustic environment. rooms provide high sound transmission loss (TL) characteristics and have a completely anechoic wedge lined interior to meet these requirements.
For maximum sound isolation, our rooms are designed as a room within a room featuring certified IAC Noise-lock® and Moduline™ components. The inner room is set on a vibration isolation system created for the specific weight and frequency cut-off of the room.
These chambers are designed for applications and locations where the noise reduction characteristics for a single wall and ceiling construction provide adequate noise isolation.
The single wall construction results in smaller overall outside dimensions and is particularly suited to placement in less noisy areas. In every other respect, they are similar to the Hemi-anechoic chambers with the same standard features and options available.
Fully Anechoic rooms come with the following standard features:
Anechoic chambers pose a challenge when people need to enter the facility in order to place items under test. IAC Acoustics has developed a range of floor solutions to minimize reflective sound. Typical installations ultilize a grid-based system to maximize the absorption of the floor wedges. We also use a range of cable floors to support people and heavy test objects. For some very high specification facilities, we have even developed a range of retractable floors which completely remove any reflective surfaces when in use to achieve the most accurate measurements.
Fully Anechoic chambers are typically provided with a tensioned cable floor, situated approximately four inches above the tips of the floor wedges. Beneath this cable floor we fit an acoustically transparent nylon catch net to prevent debris and small objects falling out of reach.
The cable floor consists of stainless steel cable interwoven in a criss-cross matrix of 50mm separation. Each cable is tensioned from an acoustically lagged steel ring beam by turnbuckles at one end and a coil spring at the other. This ensures that the floor is strong with even deformation and spring characteristics.