Noise damping

  • How it works

    Modern, powerful MRI’s require effective noise damping for the surrounding components in order to avoid interference through noise transmission to the horizontally and vertically neighboring rooms.

    The principle:
    • Noise-dampened RF door
    • Noise-dampened RF window
    • Separating wall to create a spring/weight system
    • Noise-dampened booth construction
    • Noise-dampened, unconnected cage floor
    • Structure-borne sound reduction elements for MRI
    • Körperschallreduzierungselemente für den MRT
    • Noise-dampening separating ceiling
    • Structural sound unconnected ceiling hangers

    In order to reduce air and structural noise, depending upon the requirements, various methods can be selected for cavity space dampening The goal is to produce an effective spring/mass system Furthermore, the weight increase materials as well as the sylomer bearings are used under the cage floor and the MRI.

    Adapted RF doors as well as high-sound-insulation RF windows are fixed components for the respective situations.


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