See below how Acoustic ceilings & Wall panels by Ecophon can contribute to LEED criteria: Minimum acoustic performance
In classrooms with a volume of less than 566 m3, installing an Ecophon wall-to-wall ceiling ensures compliance with the criteria for reverberation time and is a prime example of our green building focus.
For larger classrooms, Ecophon’s experts can help choose the right products and recommend a suitable comparison standard for gaining LEED points.
To provide classrooms that facilitate teacher-to-student and student-to-student communication through effective acoustic design.
- Classrooms with a volume of less than 566 m3
All Ecophon products have a (Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) of over 0.7. Many of our products have an NRC of 1.0, which is the highest possible rating. By installing a wall-to-wall ceiling consisting, for instance, of Ecophon Master™ panels, you will meet the requirements for reverberation time in classrooms with a volume of less than 566 m3.
If you want to further improve the acoustics, we recommend installing extra base absorbers above the ceiling, absorbers on the back walls of the classrooms and a reflector on the ceiling in the teacher’s area.
Our experts are well placed to help you choose the right products for a specific project and advise you on how to position them for optimal results.
- Classrooms with a volume of 566 m3 or more
For larger classrooms, our experts can help you choose the right products, advise you on how to position them and recommend a suitable comparison standard for gaining LEED points.
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