Tag Archives: vibration mitigation

Why Companies Partner With Herzan

For over 28 years, Herzan has helped researchers remove disruptive environmental noise from their measurements by focusing on high-performance, uncompromising solutions to achieve the lowest noise floor possible. Herzan’s mission is to help researchers maximize the quality of data collected by their instrumentation by designing research-grade environmental solutions to isolate acoustic, vibration, and EMI noise … Continue reading

March 15, 2022 Blog, Herzan, Optomechanics

Herzan Documentation Available Online

For the convenience of Herzan customers, Herzan manuals, data sheets, user guides are available on the Manuals/Downloads page of the Herzan website. These documents will provide a thorough tutorial on how to install, operate, and optimize the various Herzan environmental solutions. If you are looking for a product manual or user guide that is not … Continue reading

March 6, 2022 Blog, Herzan, Optomechanics

New Video about Removing Noise from Lab Measurements

Herzan’s mission is to help researchers maximize the quality of data collected by their instrumentation. To achieve this goal, Herzan designs research-grade environmental solutions to isolate acoustic, vibration (active systems and passive systems), and EMI noise under any ambient lab conditions. Herzan’s suite of environmental solutions focus on three critical areas: unmatched isolation performance, application-tailored … Continue reading

February 14, 2022 Blog, Herzan, Optomechanics

Workstations Designed for Any Lab Environment

Laboratory workstations are important solutions for researchers requiring unwavering reliability, ease-of-use, and vibration isolation performance. The NanoDamp (NDW) Series from Herzan builds on two decades of experience tailoring solutions to meet the unique needs of their respective applications. The NDW Series incorporates three forms of vibration isolation technology to address the wide range of isolation … Continue reading

December 14, 2021 Blog, Herzan, Optomechanics