Vibration isolation (ACE)

Noise reduction and vibration isolation are becoming more and more important in our daily lives. This applies in particular to the workplace and the environments around production companies. Preventing noise emissions or harmful vibrations is therefore not only a necessity entailed by noise protection and occupational health and safety legislation; their sources must also be localised by means of targeted analyses in order to develop suitable improvement measures for achieving, for example, increased production quality. A second by-product of vibrations are their effects on the surrounding production environment and any measuring and testing facilities that may be in use.

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Product Manager

Nuno Paula