SAFE for Acoustic Panels

Acoustic panels or acoustic absorber tests are important to measure the acoustic performace of the product. SAFE can help you to test this performance using the relevant tests and standards to compare with competitors  

SAFE makes automatic testing of acoustic panels easier than ever before. SAFE has a specific template to ISO 354 which is the most common standard when testing an acoustic materials performance. This can be done either with or without a sound level meter. Dont spend time doing repitive tasks when testing. Instead let SAFE use automatic monitoring to ensure great data and scale your testing to test even more acoustic panels.

Tons of Templates

SAFE has multiple acoustic panel templates with different use-cases

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Conform with ISO Standards

Ensure your acoustic panel testing conforms with the latest standard using SAFE templates

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Automatic Reporting

Don't spend time documenting your work. Let SAFE create complete reports for you

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Acoustic Panel Toolbox

The acoustic panel toolbox contains all the relevant analysis tools you need to analyse acoustic panels performance. The tools are included in many of the acoustic panel specific templates to make it easy for you to get started with using the toolbox. The data can easily be reported using SAFEs automatic reporting or export the results to Excel and many other formats.

  • Absorption Coefficient
  • Reflection Coefficient
  • Equivalent Absorption Area
  • Reverberation time
  • Octave-, Fractional-octave-band Analyser

Use Any Hardware

SAFE works with almost any hardware e.g. sound level meters, USB soundcards, National Instrument hardware  and much more. Hardware for room acoustic testing depends on what the use-case is. Sound level meters are very handy but also expensive and has a small amount of channels, while USB soundcards can have several microphones and are less expensive. SAFE can inteface to most equipment so you can either use your existing equipment or use the equipment that fits best for the job. If you have doubts about what to buy let us know and we will help you to choose the best equipmet for your use-case.

Conform With Acoustic Panel ISO Standards

SAFE is tightly integrated with relevant acoustic panel ISO standards to quickly let you conform with standards and get valid results. All tools in the acoustic panel toolbox conforms with relevant standards and many of the noise measurement templates are build from relevant standards. Look for the standardisation tag when choosing your template. What it means when templates conform with standards is that the template will help you not only with analysis data but also ensure that you have knowledge of equipment placement procedures and reporting, saving you weeks of work. Some of the standards SAFE uses are listed below

If the standard your are using or want to use is not mentioned get in touch and let us integrate it for you so you can use it straight away. We are experts in standards and can quickly develop a solution for you.

EN ISO 354

Measurement of sound absorption in a reverberation room

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EN ISO 3382-2

Measurement of room acoustic parameters - Part 2: Reverberation time in ordinary rooms

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EN ISO 61260-1

Octave-band and fractional-octave-band filters - Part 1: Specifications

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Automatic Reporting

Stop spending time writing long reports of your tests yourself. SAFE can automatically provide you with a complete customised report with a click of a button. All test information will be readily available in Microsoft Word or PDF for you to quickly review and provide to management or your customers for traceability.  

The report can contain information about the used equipment including calibration information, the performed measurements and detailed results with nice detailed graphs. You choose how detailed a report you desire and customise headers, footers etc. with your logo.

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Templates makes it easy

Having templates that conforms with room acoustic standards makes testing so much easier.

Andreas H. Rukjær
Andreas H. Rukjær