DYNAMIC TECHNOLOGIES, Ltd.
OUR JOBS AND SERVICES
DYNAMIC TECHNOLOGIES, Ltd. is a high tech engineering firm was established in 1992 year and is based in Moscow, Russia. We offer wide range of services in branches:
- practical sound, noise & vibration reduction;
- sound, noise & vibration control, calculation on work place and environment;
- development of devices for sound, noise & vibration attenuation;
- design of technologies for sound, noise & vibration level reduction;
- development of devices and technologies of sound & vibration industrial usage and application;
- measurement of reverberation time of halls. auditoriums, studios for its acoustics property estimation.
DYNAMIC TECHNOLOGIES, Ltd. handled all projects, small or large, with professionalism and commitment to client satisfaction.
Modern acoustic measurement techniques produce many thousands of data during short time of test. One must have suitable approach to discover links between this data and vibration/sound field and to solve by this manner the vibroacoustic problem. Our work experience, methods of acoustic data acquisition and data investigation give us more results then only complete techniques used for acoustic measurements.
The range and some results of our activity:
Our job condition for sound, noise and vibration measurement/reduction/usage:
At the end of the job our customer will get (on choice):
Ø Protocol of sound, noise, vibration measurement;
Ø Expert resume with comparison results of measurement with standards, norms or customer specific technical condition;
Ø Recommendations, project description of technologies for sound, noise & vibration reduction/usage;
Ø Details, devices, equipment, technologies for sound, noise & vibration reduction/usage.
An acoustic testing devices and equipment
Firm’s acoustic measurement devices and equipment allows in general register sound pressure level 1-180 äÁ in frequency range 0,1 Hz-120 kHz in media with temperature up to +700 grad.Ń., hydro acoustic signals and vibration in frequency range 0,1 Hz-200 kHz in media with temperature between -70 grad.Ń and +350 grad.Ń.