In vehicle and engine design, control of noise and vibration is a major issue concerning the migration of undesirable engine noises into the passenger compartment.
A major off-highway vehicle manufacturer was experiencing excessive noise and vibration in the operator cab compartment. This was resulting in early fatigue, hearing loss, and loss in productivity.
Incorporating vibration dampening components and isolation products greatly reduced noise and vibration inside of the cab. The resulting decrease in operator fatigue and related health concerns led to higher profitability for the end customer.