Advancing Vibration Control Technologies

Herzan is a specialist in the development of vibration control technologies to assist researchers in optimizing the quality of data for a given application. Recently, Herzan has announced brand-new design innovations that aimed at researchers who prefer optical tables and lab workstations.

The NDW Series workstations from Herzan offer unrivaled vibration control performance, production quality and customization potential, allowing researchers to work quietly and efficiently.

Unparalleled Vibration Control

Herzan’s state-of-the-art solutions for vibration control (AVI/TS Series) can be easily incorporated into The NDW Series, delivering:

  • Vibration Control In All 6 DOF
  • 0.5 – 200 Hz Active Vibration Control
  • Up to 55 dB Vibration Reduction

NDW-3030A Workstation With Lower Shelving.

NDW-3030A Workstation With Lower Shelving. Image Credit: Herzan LLC

NDW-2436A Workstation With Breadboard.

NDW-2436A Workstation With Breadboard. Image Credit: Herzan LLC

NDW-TS300 With Keyboard and Shelving.

Fully Customized Solutions

It is possible to customize each NDW Series workstation in order to meet the specific requirements of an individual researcher. Herzan’s engineering team is on hand to facilitate the creation of the most appropriate working environment for researchers. 

Herzan’s engineering team offers a wide range of resources to instill user confidence while delivering the optimal solution to meet a researcher’s requirements, including:

  • Design Concept
  • 3D Model Visualization
  • Final Product

Advancing Vibration Control Technologies

Image Credit: Herzan LLC

Connect with Herzan

Connect with one of Herzan’s technical representatives to learn how NDW Series workstations can significantly enhance your research.

This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by Herzan LLC.

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