Sound solutions since 1952
With expertise in creating optimal sound environments, Eckel Noise Control Technologies has been at the forefront of acoustic analysis and design since 1952. Founded in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Eckel helped to create the world’s first Anechoic Chamber at Harvard University. Since then, the company has pioneered chamber design for use in product testing from cell phones to cars to jet engines helping engineers and manufacturers achieve exceptional quality standards.
Building on the science behind its Anechoic Chambers, Eckel set the standard for the design and manufacture of other types of noise control solutions. Audiometric Rooms & Studios create the ideal controlled environment for hearing testing, recording and other sound isolation applications. Acoustic Panels provide precise control of reverberation and background noise in any setting” from auditoriums and gyms to concert halls and industrial facilities. Industrial Enclosures offer custom-engineered options for worksite noise isolation.