Active Vibration Control

Innovative Technology for
Floor Vibration Control

We offer innovative technology that reduces floor vibrations without need for structural modifications or additional construction materials.

Our compact, lightweight and highly effective Active Mass Damping (AMD) technology has been mastered through years of research and is protected by GB Patent No. 2 605 874 (patents pending in other regions).
CALMFLOOR AMDs offer staggering reductions in floor vibrations from various sources, including people walking. In some cases it is possible to reduce floor vibration to a completely imperceptible level. Numerous field trials have demonstrated that vibration reductions up to 90% are readily achievable!
CALMFLOOR can be incorporated into both new and existing buildings, enabling modern, efficient and sustainable buildings with amazing long-span floors without worrying about problematic floor vibrations.

Benefits of Active Vibration Control

Enhancing Performance
and Sustainability

Improve existing floors to reduce or stop vibration issues or convert them to more sensitive use
reduce carbon footprint
Reduce the carbon footprint of new building construction
cost-effective solution
Cost-effective option reducing the need for structural modification and extra materials
intelligent system
Intelligent system providing continuous performance monitoring
easy installation
Easy installation: Simply bolt on, plug in, set and go!
new and existing buildings
Suitable for existing and new buildings

A Necessity for Architects

The Triple Bottom Line Approach

Sustainable development and social responsibility form the heart of today's architectural practice, driven by the triple bottom line approach.

User-Centric Design for All Stakeholders

Whether it's architects, contractors, engineers, or end-users, it's essential to prioritize creating spaces that guarantee safety, comfort, and wellbeing for all involved in the construction process.

Comfort & Safety

Reducing floor vibration is essential not just for occupants, but for contractors, facility managers, and property developers. A harmonious environment results in enhanced experiences and fewer complications down the line.

Health Implications

Construction stakeholders and end-users alike should be aware of the health and comfort risks associated with prolonged exposure to vibrations. Advanced damping technologies benefit everyone involved.

Education & Awareness

Ensuring that contractors, builders, engineers, and architects are well-informed about floor anti-vibration solutions can foster the realization of safer, more comfortable spaces in the future.

Sustainable Practices for a Better Tomorrow

Architects, contractors, material suppliers, and engineers all have roles to play in lessening the environmental impact of their projects. This includes a focus on energy efficiency, responsible material choices, and designs that withstand the test of time and nature.

Material Efficiency

Controlling vibrations through increasing member sizes and floor weights is an inefficient mechanism for controlling vibrations in new buildings. Efficient vibration control is a way forward for greater sustainability.

Energy Efficiency

Engineers and designers must collaborate to understand the energy implications of damping systems. Together, they can offer solutions that provide both superior performance and energy conservation.

Resilience for the Future

Developers, planners, and architects should align to create buildings with optimal vibration management. The ability to deploy vibration damping where and when it is required results in structures with greater flexibility and performance, benefiting investors and the community at large.

Balancing Design and Economic Viability

Property developers, investors, and architects alike must align design visions with economic realities. Creating value for clients, tenants, and the community is the key to a sustainable business model.

Long-Term Financial Benefits

Investors, property owners, and facility managers can all reap the rewards of upfront investments in vibration control systems through long-term savings and increased property value.

Boosting Value Proposition

For real estate agents, contractors, and developers, buildings that prioritize safety and comfort have a competitive edge in the market, yielding higher returns.

Risk Management for All Stakeholders

Contractors, architects, and developers must be proactive in addressing vibration control. By doing so, they protect their investments, reputation, and the well-being of all who interact with the building.


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