Building Vibration & Isolation Control
Building vibration control is a critical parameter that if not resolved at the early stages of the construction it will be difficult to be resolved further.
Building vibration isolation projects often include music, broadcast and rehearsal studio. Additionally vibration control in residential and commercial spaces, cinemas, restaurants and inductrial structures.
The VIBRO vibration control product range includes products for vibration isolation in floating floors, floating ceilings and floating walls.
Antivibration supports for: Air-compressors, air conditioning units, pumps, fans, generator sets, cutting machine and more. Vibro-EP is the result of specialized research and is produced in this form since 1989, made from elastomeric material mixed with special substances for its further improvement. Its longitudinal holes increase the provided compression and improve vibration absorption.
Antivibration supports for gypsumboard partitions. It can be used in recording or rehearsal studio applications, or wherever a floating wall is required.
Ideal for: Impact noise reduction, wooden floors and improved sound insulation of light partitions. Can be used in domestic or commercial applications.
Impact noise reduction for timber wooden floors. It is primarily used in gymnasiums, dancing halls, basketball courts but can also be used in domestic applications.
Vibro-BAND is used as an antivibration intermediate band between skirting boards and the floating wooden floors.
Jack-up anti-vibration mount for concrete floating floors. Ideal for floating floor in studios and very sensitive mechanical applications.
Jack up anti-vibration rubber mount with Regufoam for floating raised concrete floor )residential, commercial and industrial applications)
Anti-vibration wall brace that prevents horizontal vibration transmission and sound-bridges in walls structures.
Regufoam® is a mixed cell polyurethane elastomer produced in different hardness grades or densities with combined spring and dampening properties. The different material densities are color coded.