Vibration Isolation for Mechanical and Electrical Systems Webinar

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This presentation is to educate the audience on the causes of noise issues due to vibration from mechanical or electrical equipment

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This 1 hour presentation will delve into the physics behind vibration isolation and how to apply these principles to reduce noise issues when installing or retrofitting mechanical and electrical equipment. This presentation is of particular relevance to those who work on mixed-use projects. Learning objectives:

1. To understand how noise and vibrations travel within structures

2. To understand the science of vibration isolation efficiency

3. To review how noise and vibration can affect design criteria

4. To review products for vibration isolation

This presentation is approved for 1 Core LU with AIBC.

Upon completion of the presentation, there will be additional time allowed for questions.

This course is approved for 1 Core LU with the Architectural Institute of BC and 1 Structured learning hour with The Alberta Association of Architects.

About Vibra-Sonic Control:

Since 1980, Vibra-Sonic Control has provided Western Canada with the expertise and appropriate materials and products to effectively address a wide variety of noise and vibration issues. Our large inventory offers an extensive range of products for noise and vibration reduction, seismic restraint, sounds masking, and sound absorption. We proudly represent manufacturers who are industry leaders, most notably Mason Industries, Regupol Acoustics, and AtlasIED.

www.vibra-sonic.com


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Tony Adamson, ASct, has been working as a technical representative for noise and vibration control products for over 19 years providing product knowledge, system design and support for new building designs as well as noise and vibration troubleshooting and recommendations for existing facilities. Over this time he has worked with consultants and contractors to mitigate vibration issues both in the planning stages as well as on retrofit projects for numerous mechanical and electrical systems, including cooling towers, pumps, large transformers, elevators, chillers, rooftop equipment and much more. He works closely with acoustic consultants to ensure that the intent of their recommendations are fully realized.

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