Tired of Noise? Stauff Noise Reduction Clamps –
Tired of noise? Is your machine or weekend cruise ship to loud? Stauff noise reduction clamps (NRC) have been developed to give the quietest noise output ever. Commercially available for off-road equipment and full fire spec materials for ship building and military applications.
STAUFF NRC type clamps were designed for the noise and vibration reducing installation of pipes and tubes with the most common outside diameters between 6 and 42 mm and ¼ to 1 ½ inch respectively. (Literature)
The working principle is based on clamp bodies made from Polypropylene (color: black) following the Standard Series according to DIN 3015 (part 1) with a specially shaped, two-part elastomer insert, which mechanically absorbs vibrations in the pipe and as a result reduces noises arising to a minimum.
The insert is in particular distinguished by how little of its surface is in contact with the pipe and clamp body, and as a result is far more effective than the previously known solutions.
The tongue-groove contour of the insert and body, which is reversed and thus diverges from DIN 3015, enables the system to be used for the widest possible range of pipe diameters per clamp size, which contributes to flexibility and versatility.
STAUFF NRC Clamps are completely compatible with the commonly used steel and stainless steel mounting hardware, and if necessary can simply be replaced or retrofitted.
STAUFF also provides an alternative version especially for use in safety-critical areas, which is made completely out of flame resistant materials according to international standards and directives and meets the demanding requirements with regards to preventive fire protection.
Main Benefits of Noise and Vibration Reducing NRC Clamps
Mobile and stationary machines in harbor and loading areas as well as municipal and commercial vehicles
- Reducing the overall level of noise emissions,
especially in urban areas
- Improving occupational health and safety
- Contributing to building machinery that conforms to the
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC and the Outdoor Directive
2000/14/EC of the European Parliament and the Council
Civil shipping, i.e. on cruise ships as well as yachts and sport boats
- Maximizing flexibility with the design, layout, and positioning
of noise-intensive pipes and tubes (e.g. in close proximity to
cabins or crew quarters)
- Making a great contribution to comfort and facilitating
communication on board(e.g. for engine and control rooms)
- Reducing of underwater noise to protect the