Acoustics and choice of materials

Sound is something you hear, feel and sometimes even see. Sound can also resonate, which means that two objects vibrate at exactly the same frequency. When this happens, the sound is amplified. The choice of material has a major impact on sound insulation and the subsequent comfort for the user.

To design sound-insulating buildings, products are required that meet the legal requirements and, of course, the wishes of our clients. We can test materials extensively in our acoustic laboratory and prove that the requirements are met. Particularly in the case of large projects and projects with repetitive elements, it is of great importance to be clear about the selected materials and their performance as early as possible in the process.

1 Visuele inspectie

Visual inspection

2 Binnenlucht condities

Indoor air conditions

3 Ventilatiecapaciteit

Ventilation capacity

4 Verlichtingsterkte en illuminantie

Lighting intensity & illumination

5 Luchtdichtheidsmeting

Building airtightness

6 Thermische behaaglijkheid

Thermal comfort

7 Waterdichtheidsmeting


8 Thermische kwaliteit gevel

Thermische quality facade

9 Vochtonderzoek

Moisture examination

10 Productontwikkeling

Product development

11 Lucht- en contactgeluid

Aerial and contact noise

12 Geluidwering gevel

Noise insulation facade

13 Installatiegeluid

Installations noise

14 Ruimte-akoestiek

Room acoustics

15 Trillingsmeting


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