A's Garage - Introducing Remus Sport Exhaust Systems
The story of REMUS started in 1990 with only five employees and a lot of good ideas. Today the family enterprise is a world market leader in sport exhausts, performing business in 60 countries all over the world.
“We printed flyers and went to the IAA Automobile Show Frankfurt in September 1990. My husband promised potential customers a delivery schedule of just before Christmas, but we did not even have a production hall! I was under constant shock!” says Angelika Kresch, CEO, REMUS.
The REMUS R&D centre offers a wide range of possibilities regarding the acoustic development of sport exhaust systems. Due to tight legal regulations and more specific customer requirements it became fairly difficult to develop the perfect sound. A considerable part of the REMUS engineering crew is involved with “Sound Design”. In the REMUS acoustic laboratory sound can be individually optimized, ranging from full racing sound to sonorous street sound. In this sense, customer-specific sound is generated and sent digitally to the customers of the automotive or motorcycle tuning industry. With highly qualified employees, state of the art technologies and multiple development loops grant not only the creation of the distinctive REMUS sound but also of customer specific sounds and even our focus on pedestrian safety.
The acoustic test room offers the possibility of carrying out all acoustic measurements under standardized conditions. Apart from the obvious insulation against all external noise, this room absorbs virtually all noise directly emitted by the measured object. This prevents reflections, echo and hall effects and ensures -conclusive, repeatable measurements. The room concept allows acoustic tests to be carried out independent of weather and under strict observance of secrecy regulations. These tests include, among others, measurement of noise from moving as well as stationary vehicles, internal and external sound quality measurements with head and torso simulator, as well as sound intensity measurements to determinate the location of sound sources.
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