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Take a look inside Herzan’s recent innovations for the environmental isolation market and see if these new developments can complement your research!
IN THIS ISSUE
Cleanroom Compatible Vibration Isolation Workstations
As a specialist in delivering custom vibration isolation solutions, Herzan now offers a cleanroom compatible version of its popular NanoDamp Series workstation: the NDW-CC. The NDW-CC is designed to support instruments and applications in cleanroom environments up to Class 10, providing high performance vibration isolation while adhering to the strictest environmental standards.
With custom sizes and load capacities available, the NDW-CC becomes the perfect solution for researchers operating in cleanroom environments to achieve maximum data quality from their instrumentation.
Acoustic Enclosures for Scanning Electron Microscopes
Technological advancements in electron microscopy make operating in a quiet and stable environment necessary. Herzan’s latest acoustic enclosure for electron microscopes ensures maximum protection from disruptive acoustic noise originating from pumps, chillers, and other loud laboratory equipment.
Every enclosure can be customized to the electron microscope’s specific requirements and research needs, ensuring the researcher receives optimal results from their microscope.
Acoustic Enclosures for Laboratory Workstations
While laboratory workstations address broad vibration noise issues, they do not solve the problem commonly found in laboratories: acoustic noise. To isolate the ambient acoustic noise, Herzan has designed enclosures to the form factor and functionality requirements of a workstation. These enclosures contour to the existing set-up of a workstation and deliver high performance acoustic reduction by utilizing the same variable density layering technology found in all Herzan enclosures.
Every workstation enclosure can be designed specifically to the needs of the instrument, meaning the researcher does not have to sacrifice on performance, form factor, or accessibility.