New, advanced operator cabin for German steel manufacturer Stahlwerk Annahütte
Stahlwerk Annahütte is a rolling mill factory and manufactures round bars in special bar quality (SBQ) and thread bars for the construction industry. Their products are applied in automotive, tool/mechanical engineering and oil field industry. The thread bars with accessories are used as a system in tunnelling and mining, bridges, geotechnical applications and high-rise buildings. (...)
Merford reduces noise from Combined Heat and Power station
Contact lens manufacturer Bausch+Lomb is rightly proud of the state of the art combined heat and power (CHP) station at its production site in Waterford (Ireland). And Merford Noise Control is rightly proud of the acoustic solution provided to reduce CHP noise to acceptable levels. The architect responsible for designing the expansion project had some special requirements.
Fully equipped cabins for mine stackers for Greek Public Power Corporation
Dimosia Epichirisi Ilektrismou (Public Power Corporation) is the largest electric power company in Greece. One of the sources used to generate electricity is the coal mine at an excavation site in the Greek region of Western Macedonia. One of the stacker cranes here is being refurbished. This includes the replacement of the cabins. Merford was contracted to supply two cabins and was asked to carefully listen to the operators’ requirements.
NOVA operator cabin for large and unique type of crane by Van Haagen crane manufacturers
In 2015, Merford supplied its standard off-the-shelf cabin NOVA to the crane manufacturers Van Haagen in Bavel, the Netherlands. The final destination: a unique gantry crane in Szczecin, located in the north-west of Poland on the banks of the Dąbie lake. The crane is one of the largest in Europe and is used, among other things, to produce and manipulate foundation jackets for windmills.
Effective acoustic research in the hemi-anechoic chamber of Ghent University
During the first months of 2016 Merford Noise Control realized a hemi-anechoic room for Ghent University, Belgium. Chambers like these get used for acoustic research where reverberations must be avoided. The room for Ghent University features a cut-off frequency of 63 Hz. Merford took care of the full solution, from engineering to installation.