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  - silencing (pneumatic noise)
  - stiffening (panel vibration)
  - damping (panel vibration)
  - breaking of transmission path (structural vibration)
  - isolation (structural vibration)
  - absorbtion (airborne noise)
  - enclosure (airborne noise)

All of the above techniques have been used to great benefit by UNIVIB engineers, but the starting point is always an investigation to identify which is likely to be most successful in the particular circumstances.

Contact us if you have a problem that we may be able to help with.

On completion of an in-depth investigation of a problem of machinery noise, UNIVIB engineers will always recommend methods by which the noise can be reduced. Clearly, the technique that is most likely to have the most success will be dependent on the findings of the investigation, but some of the recommendations that have been successfully implemented by our customers include: