Latest Case Studies
A stock analyst living in Taipei City, was being disturbed by bathroom noise. The waste pipe bellowed nearly 61.0 dBA with every flush. In his master bedroom it was only marginally quieter with a reading of 52.5 dBA which still meant interrupted sleep once the bathroom was visited. In comparison, 60 dBA is equivalent to the sound of an operating washing machine or a busy office.
The owners of Neapoli Café in Melbourne wanted to create a venue that was different. They wanted their restaurant to be known for its comfort and appeal, where patrons could enjoy excellent food, fine wine and good conversation. They decided to make use of Pyrotek's Reapor Sound Absorber to deal with the noisy environment
Pyrotek Noise Control will be exhibiting at the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show. The show is being held at Sanctuary Cove on the Gold Coast from the 23rd to 26th of May.
The Echohush range combines acoustics and aesthetics, maximising noise energy reduction by absorption, improving acoustics in rooms and enclosed spaces while providing strong visual qualities to suit any decor.