WHAT IS ACOUSTIC ENGINEERING?
Acoustic engineering is the science of sound and vibration (physics) and the primary function is to control noise or vibration that can affect individuals in a workplace or place of entertainment, and the improvement of the sound environment for the population.
At Akomo, we design acoustic products that are ideally suited for open plan offices, meeting and conference rooms, school halls, restaurants, hotels, atriums, etc. The beautifully designed and manufactured products are made from top class acoustic foam providing a high degree of sound absorption, ensuring that more sound waves are absorbed rather that reflected back into the room.
Delve deeper into the realm of acoustic engineering with Akomo, where innovation converges with functionality to redefine your acoustic landscape. Our meticulously crafted acoustic products are not just designed; they are engineered to perfection, delivering unparalleled performance across a myriad of environments, from bustling open-plan offices to serene hotel atriums.
Embrace the transformative power of Akomo's acoustic engineering prowess as you step into spaces where noise dissipates into tranquility. Our products, crafted from top-class acoustic foam, stand as beacons of excellence, boasting a superior degree of sound absorption that transcends expectations. By harnessing the inherent properties of our meticulously selected materials, Akomo ensures that sound waves are not merely subdued but embraced, creating an atmosphere where clarity reigns supreme.
Whether it's the dynamic demands of a bustling conference room or the serene ambiance of a school hall, Akomo's range of beautifully designed and manufactured products caters to every acoustic need with finesse. Our commitment to excellence extends beyond mere functionality; each Akomo creation is a testament to the symbiotic relationship between form and function, where aesthetics and performance converge seamlessly.
We can give advice how to improve your room acoustics, like with our Wave tile, we do this using reverberation time calculations, where necessary reverberation time measurements and also product advice.