Resin-based vibration-damping material PIEZON

Vibration-damping materials are materials that convert vibration energy into thermal energy and reduce the vibrations of a solid surface. Unlike conventional materials, they feature a mechanism that promotes the loss of electrical energy, which has a high rate of energy loss. One of our affiliated companies, TITECS JAPAN LTD is conducting research in and development of these materials.

Rubber-based vibration-damping material ZERO BUMP

This is a composite material grounded in a new technology in which a particulate piezoelectric material and a dielectric with a high permittivity are dispersed and mixed in a polymeric material. In addition to mechanical loss caused by elasticity (vibration damping by means of friction), this also produces electrical energy loss (conversion from electric charge generation to heat), and it more than doubles the vibration absorption performance of conventional damping materials, as well as enabling significant reductions in weight by using lighter raw materials. A particular feature is that gZERO BUMPh functions effectively in low frequency ranges of 100 Hz and below, where conventional materials such as butyl rubber-based and asphalt-based materials could not be used.

Tone control material (fo. Q)

We market this product, which uses a high-performance vibration-damping material developed by TITECS JAPAN as a tone control accessory in acoustic systems, as the gfo. Qh brand. It effectively attenuates minute vibrations emitted from audio devices, making it possible to enjoy clear, vibrant tones.

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