Innovative test rig for fast and efficient sound insulation testing

Conventional sound insulation test facilities have considerable disadvantages, which lead to long waiting times for the client. Only six to eight wall tests per year can be conducted in the sound insulation testing rig, resulting in very high costs for the tests.

In the scope of the “mobipruef” research project, an innovative wall test rig with mobile test frame is being developed at the test centre of IAB Weimar gGmbH. Thanks to a hydraulic system with teflon bearings, one of the two half rooms is flexible in its position and can be pushed together or pulled apart depending on the...

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