It's Back-to-School time and educators across the country are diligently preparing their classrooms, or gymnasiums, to welcome a fresh cohort of students. Among them, physical education teachers are energetically organizing their gym spaces, anticipating the exuberance that students, recently returned from their summer hiatus, will undoubtedly bring. Thankfully, the majority of these instructors have strategically placed crash pads along their walls, mainly protecting students from injuring themselves, but also to mitigate the raucous generated by the youthful enthusiasm. Yet the questions remains: to what extent is the sound truly being absorbed?
We tested a set of conventional gymnasium crash pads, aiming to ascertain their sound absorption coefficients across a range of frequencies, resembling children's voices. Check out our latest novelty test report to gain insights into the actual absorptive capabilities of these pads. Download the report at the link below to add to your library and share with your friends and colleagues.