Reproducible ambient conditions are essential for reliably testing a person’s hearing. That’s why clinics and medical practices opt for special audiometric rooms. The tests performed here are far superior to simple hearing tests and provide important information on a patient’s neurology.
However, the interior noise levels must lie below the stipulated parameters to ensure the accuracy of electro-acoustic hearing tests. That’s why G+H always creates audiometric rooms based on a room-in-room design, whereby the inner shell is completely isolated from the rest of the building. At the same time, optimized linings and fittings, such as glazing, doors and filters, provide optimum measuring conditions. Our audiometric rooms meet the requirements of Keller and ISO 8253.