Noise Control Equipment (15)
Suppliers of manufacturing/assembly-line noise control systems and related equipment.
Brüel & Kjær North America Inc. in Norcross, Georgia.
A provider of noise and vibration harshness (NVH) test equipment to the automotive industry. Products include microphones, accelerometers, laser vibrometers, force transducers, signal conditioning, sound level meters, shakers & controllers, NVH analyzers, and post processing software. Engineering support services include NVH consulting, continuing education classes, and production test services. Application areas of expertise include sound intensity, acoustic holography, modal analysis, order tracking, in vehicle data recording, human vibration, and passby noise systems. Capabilities include calibration of NVH test equipment at an A2LA and ISO 9000 certified calibration facility as well as onsite calibration.
ETS-Lindgren, LP in Cedar Park, Texas.
Designs, manufactures and supports products for electromagnetic compliance (EMC), microwave and wireless testing, electromagnetic field measurement (EMF), radio frequency (RF) and personal safety monitoring. Other products include automotive test chambers.
Gallagher-Kaiser Corporation in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of paint finishing and air/noise pollution control systems.
Industrial Noise Control, Inc. in North Aurora, Illinois.
Specializes in noise control products and services.
Link Engineering Company in Plymouth, Michigan.
Designs, develops, manufactures, installs, and operates test systems for the automotive, truck, and other industries. Test systems applications include brakes, transmissions, clutches, axles, driveline components, steering systems, springs, tires, wheels, and other components. Also provides testing services globally.
MB Dynamics, Inc. in Cleveland, Ohio.
Manufactures equipment and systems for inducing, measuring and controlling vibration and shock. Products include transducers: accelerometers, pressure; data acquisition systems/equipment, amplifiers, digital/analog computer control systems, hydraulic control systems, vibration monitors, recorders: shock, transient & waveform, x-y; shock indicators, spectrum analyzers, electrodynamic vibration test systems, and slip tables.
M+P International, Inc. in Verona, New Jersey.
A provider of test and measurement systems for use in the test laboratory, on the production floor and in the field. Application areas include noise and vibration data acquisition and analysis, vibration control, acoustic control, etc.
NTS Huntsville in Huntsville, Alabama.
Facilities include special test machines and systems (such as crash barriers, bumper and frame testers, etc.). Services include complete testing including dynamic, shock/vibration, environmental, EMI/EMC for vehicles and component parts.
Ono Sokki Technology, Inc. in Addison, Illinois.
A manufacturer of test and measurement instrumentation such as gear test systems, fuel flow, torque meters, FFT spectrum analyzers, sound level meters, pre amps, microphones, hand held and bench top tachometers and dimensional measuring instruments.
OROS, Inc. in Dulles, Virginia.
A provider of noise and vibration signal analyzers, solutions and related services featuring data acquisition, real-time digital signal processing boards as well as Windows-based multichannel signal analyzers with graphical user interfaces. Application areas include industrial acoustics, structural analysis and rotating machinery.
Russells Technical Products, Inc. in Holland, Michigan.
A global supplier of environmental test systems. Product line includes pre-engineered temperature/humidity chambers, custom temperature/humidity chambers, thermal shock chambers, walk-in chambers, altitude chambers, agree chambers, environmental rooms, portable conditioning units, cooling tunnels and industrial cryogenic freezers.
Spectral Dynamics, Inc. in San Jose, California.
A supplier of systems and software for vibration testing, structural dynamics and acoustic analysis. Applications include design verification, product testing and process improvement by manufacturers of all types of electronic and mechanical products.
Stowe Enterprises, Inc. in Mooresville, North Carolina.
A supplier of systems and equipment to support engine and chassis dynamometer testing. Products include combustion climate equipment. Designs and installs engine testing environment-related air, fuel, and water systems.
tesa tape, Inc. in Charlotte, North Carolina.
A global manufacturer of pressure sensitive adhesive tapes. tesa provides professional solutions for permanent mounting, marking, securing and identification as well as black out design, permanent protection, hole covering, cable mounting, temporary protection, design painting, masking and wire harnessing.
Unholtz-Dickie Corporation in Wallingford, Connecticut.
A supplier of electrodynamic type vibration test equipment including slip table assemblies, instrumentation and digital control products for random, sinusoidal and shock testing, vibration test systems from 50 lbf to 50,000 lbf, electrodynamic shakers, power amplifiers, digital vibration controllers, transducer calibration test systems, long stroke thrusters, head expanders, instrumentation and accelerometers.