Acoustic Test Facilities

Our Solutions

IAC Acoustics GmbH presents cutting-edge anechoic chambers and test facilities tailored for versatile applications. Our offerings span from compact acoustic test cabinets for microphone calibration systems and high-absorption NVH test rooms to comprehensive turn-key acoustic measurement rooms, free-field anechoic chambers, and large noise-reduction soundproof enclosures.

At the core of IAC high-performance chambers lies our huge design experience and trusted IAC Metadyne® wedge technology, ensuring optimal free-field conditions. We apply a modular self-support Moduline™ structure and components to achieve the necessary background noise levels effectively. With over 50 years of expertise, we have consistently pioneered advanced technical solutions for testing a broad spectrum of products, from household appliances to sophisticated solutions for automotive or aerospace sectors.

Our adaptable approach to anechoic chamber design and production empowers us to deliver top-tier, dependable test equipment at competitive prices.

Our test and measuring facilities fulfill fully anechoic room class 1 according to DIN EN ISO 3745:

Acoustic Test Chambers

Acoustic Testing for Education and Cutting Edge Research & Development

Anechoic Chambers

IAC Acoustics has supplied some of the world’s best brands with various kinds of acoustic testing facility.

Acoustic Test Stands

Engine and Powertrain testing is typically carried out inside a hemi-anechoic chamber to ensure high acoustic absorbency. A typical layout for test cells is with independent dynamometers sitting outside of the test chamber, leaving only the engine and gearbox inside the hemi-anechoic room.

NVH Testing

IAC Acoustics can provide a number of different chambers to suit the needs of the automotive sector.

Reverberation Chambers

A reverberation chamber can be considered the opposite of a an anechoic chamber because its boundaries reflect, rather than absorb sound energy.

Pass by chambers

Vehicle pass-by noise tests are conducted according to the international standard ISO 362, which quantifies the noise emission of a vehicle in an urban traffic environment, by testing on an outdoor track.