Flow Engineering provides the production and the installation of dampening systems. To avoid transportation costs, these experts provide project oversight for on-site construction or at a desired local manufacturer. In addition to that, Flow Engineering works with desired providers of heavy lifting services. These professionals perform the routine upkeep, if necessary, for the dampening solutions that they have supplied. If desired, they inspect, evaluate and refurbish third party dampening solutions.
The applications of a Tuned Liquid Damper
One of the structures that they supply, is a Tuned Liquid Damper. Using a Tuned Liquid Damper is an exceptional way to decrease the vibration of slim constructions. These professionals have more than 20 years of experience in calculating, designing and installing Tuned Liquid Dampers and Tuned Mass Dampers all over the world. Their first-class systems are applicable to flagpoles, chimneys and many other slender constructions. However, their high-end systems can not only be used for the decrease of vibrations, but also to prevent damage due to weakness.
How does a Tuned Liquid Damper work?
A Tuned Liquid Damper is a less common option in comparison to the Tuned Mass Damper when it comes to reducing vibrations of slender structures. A Tuned Liquid Damper is a container that is in part filled with a mix of water and glycol. The damper has no moving parts, because the dampening is provided by the splashing of the water and glycol mixture in the damper. The Tuned Liquid Damper contains a mass that can fluctuate either horizontally or vertically. Therefore, it will oscillate in the opposite direction of the crosswind loads or waves.
Contact the experts for more information
Would you like to know more about the possibilities that a Tuned Liquid Damper offers? Or are you curious as to what the differences between a Tuned Liquid Damper and a Tuned Mass Damper are? Do not hesitate to contact these experts via the contact details on their website. They are eager to tell you more and they will happily answer any questions you may have about the structures.