The word “vibration” can conjure up many different images and ideas. Vibration can carry negative connotations when we think of the damaging effects or uncomfortable sensations. Vibration can also make us think of positive things, for instance, the vibration of the strings on a guitar or violin produces lovely sound when skillfully introduced.
Vibration also has practical uses: it could ease us to sleep or soothe sore muscles. The vibration of our mobile device helps to notify us in a manner that’s less disruptive than sound.
In considering negative, positive, and useful aspects of vibration, when is vibration control best employed? Even when a frequency or steady tremor is a positive force, it’s still important to control vibration to some degree. And in other situations where vibration is potentially damaging or harmful, vibration isolation is a valuable necessity.
Why and when should you employ some form of vibration control? Here are a few common examples.
- Reduction of Disturbing Noises
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