Acoustic planning

We upgrade room acoustics in offices with fresh product designs – effective thanks to proven methods.

Acoustic planning

We upgrade room acoustics in offices with fresh product designs – effective thanks to proven methods.

In three steps to better acoustics.

At the beginning, we measure the reverberation time in order to calculace how much space for sound absorbing elements is needed. After choosing suitable products, our service providers professionally install the acoustic elements.

Acoustic measurement

  • Reverberation time
  • STI-PA (speech intelligibility)
  • Ray Tracing (reflexions in the room)
  • Active Noise Control (active absorbers)

Planning

  • Potential analysis
  • Choise of suitable sound absorbers
  • Proposal preparation
  • Sourcing and logistics

Installation

  • Professional installation by regional service providers
  • Optional installation at the weekend
  • Resurvey

Room acoustics is a science in its own right...

… but we do not make a mountain out of a molehill. Top priority for improving the working atmosphere and speech intelligibility is to reduce the reverberation time. We carry out acoustic measurements and analyses to find the best sound absorbing elements for your office.

To do this, we use a range of effective sound absorbers such as ceiling sails, wall absorbers in creative designs or furniture elements such as desk screens, which provide your office with real added value both acoustically and visually.

These are our brands.

With these brands, we aim to keep the annoying reverberation at bay. In our selection, the required degree of absorption – the highest is class A – plays a major role.

Likewise, the quality should be ensured; we pay particular attention to low flammability and good recycling features. Of course, sound absorbers stand out positively in their designs.

ecophon

French ceiling sails and wall absorbers for the best room acoustic and a comfortable work environment.

Lintex

Design producer of whiteboards, office screens and sound absorber. Made in Sweden since 1983.

refelt by DeVorm

Dutch manufacturer, who produces sustainable furniture and acoustic solutions made from PET bottles.

Your contact at wexim.

Kevin Goldbach
Planning & Visualization

+49 1579 236 55 38

True to the motto “A CAD says more than 1000 words”, Kevin visualizes our projects in two and three dimensions. Plus, he is an expert in acoustic measurement and planning.

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