Acoustic Enclosures for Precision Microscopy
Herzan acoustic enclosures have become the chosen solution for hundreds of AFMs and SPMs world wide, providing exceptional acoustic isolation in the nosiest environments. Whenever a high-precision microscope is bombarded with disruptive acoustic noise, researchers and instrument manufacturers alike can rely on Herzan’s range of acoustic enclosures to help maximize their data quality through carefully selected and highly engineered acoustic control techniques.
Herzan acoustic enclosures come in many standard form factors and designs to meet the varying formats of laboratories across the world. Through two decades of studying customer requirements for acoustic isolation, Herzan has designed an enclosure to meet any type of instrument or application. Herzan acoustic enclosure types include: workstation acoustic enclosures, desktop acoustic enclosures, paneled/modular acoustic enclosures, custom acoustic enclosures, and more!
When a customer is needing maximum acoustic isolation and prefers to operate at a standalone workstation, the AEK-2002,NanoVault,and AEK-2011, are the perfect solution. Not only do they provide broadband acoustic attenuation, they are designed specifically to meet desirable form factors to help users focus on their research.
Each workstation enclosure has its own unique features and can be customized to include a variety of upgrade features, including: temperature control, EMI shielding, performance upgrade, and more.
When lab space and budgets are limited, the Silencer acoustic enclosure is the perfect fit. With a form factor suited for compact microscopes and a proprietary layering technology achieving maximum acoustic reduction, the Silencer delivers high performance acoustic isolation at an affordable price and desirable size.
The Silencer is also Herzan’s most customized acoustic enclosure, with unique sizes, upgrades, and form factors that allow researchers to receive top acoustic isolation performance, while not comprising on their research goals.
When complex instrument set ups or multiple instrument configurations are being used, researchers need space and access to operate efficiently. To meet this need, the Crypt acoustic enclosure was designed to deliver 180 degree access to the instrument while delivering superior acoustic attenuation for any application.
The Crypt is also highly customizable to allow researchers to include features that address requirements outside of acoustic noise reduction. Some popular features include: temperature stability, performance upgrade, EMI shielding, and more.
Large instruments, such as scanning electron microscopes, make it difficult to be enclosed due to the nature of their size and form factor. While not commonly sensitive to acoustic noise (as a result of their construction), these instruments when placed in challenging environments require an acoustic enclosure to help maximize the resolution of their data.
To solve this problem, Herzan has developed an acoustic enclosure that can deliver top acoustic isolation performance for these instruments, while managing the need for accessibility and temperature management. These enclosures are most popular among scanning electron microscopes and transmission electron microscopes, but Herzan’s modular and paneled acoustic enclosures offer a solution to any instrument needing acoustic isolation that cannot fit into a confined enclosure .
Outside of the standard features found in all Herzan acoustic enclosures, there are custom upgrades available to help provide the perfect solution for any challenging research requirement. From custom sizes and form factors, to variable mounting systems and shelving, Herzan has the expertise to overcome even the most difficult engineering and design challenges for acoustic isolation systems. Herzan acoustic enclosures have been proven to deliver excellent attenuation at both high and low frequencies, optimizing the design and material inside every enclosure to achieve peerless acoustic isolation for precision research instruments.
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