Protection against excessive noise – signing of an agreement with the West Pomeranian U.T. in Szczecin.
The issue of increasing the comfort of using air-conditioning units of VBW Engineering continues to be a high priority task for us. Thus, the establishment of cooperation with the West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin focused on new sound research techniques fits perfectly well into the business activities of our company, while it is a perfect tool that combines practical and experimental knowledge of researchers and company representatives.
Representatives of VBW Engineering visited the Faculty of Maritime Technology and Transport at the WPUT in Szczecin. Once the faculty was presented by Maciej Taczała, associate professor, the dean of WPUT, the guests were invited to visit modern laboratories of Particle Image Velocimetry, Laser Doppler Anemometry, Ship Acoustics Laboratory, and even to the anechoic chamber, where they could observe acoustic experiments that used a specialized 3D probe.
The laboratory carries out scientific research in the domain of acoustics by the sound intensity method and by implementing laser-based Particle Image Velocimetry, as proposed by the Applied Vibroacoustics Teams at the Chair of Technical Ship Protection Measures at the FMTT at the West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin, and does so within the framework of research related to protection against excessive emission of noise generated by industrial machines and structures.
Thanks to the establishment of cooperation and ceremonial signing of the contract on 25th October 2012, we shall be able to take advantage of these modern laboratories and the huge knowledge of researchers of the Faculty of Maritime Technology and Transport at the WPUT in Szczecin.
We hope that signing of the above-mentioned agreement shall constitute the crucial moment in the development of technological solutions for air-conditioning units that shall establish new quality standards, aimed primarily at ensuring users' comfort and environment-friendliness.
It is not without significance, that close contact with the college that aspires to be counted among modern scientific institutions that are most active in the domain of research in Poland shall make it significantly easier for students to get oriented in the labour market of this particular industry trade.