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Calenberg Paper about elastomeric bearings at the conference “BetonTage” in Ulm. Save the date! Interesting for structural engineers and project managers. 

On February 24th, 2021 (14:00h) Calenberg Ingenieure will hold a paper at 65th edition of „BetonTage“ in Ulm, one of the largest conferences in Germany that deals with all topics related to concrete. Dipl.-Ing. Nikolas Jüngel introduces into the matter of fixed and sliding bearings. A special focus is on avoiding damages coming out of either wrong dimensioning or wrong mounting of bearings. These damages could result in high costs referring to time and money and can be avoided easily by respecting some essential rules. Simple background in elastomeric bearing topics can lead to a more comfortable day in the office. Be aware that the 15-minute presentation will be held in German.
10/12/20

Cisilent® offers optimum sound insulation for demolition work in Munich

The Munich Harlaching Clinic wants to create space for various departments and an emergency center with a new building. A meeting place for visitors and patients on the roof terrace is also being planned. The anticipated construction phase of the modern new clinic building is expected to take 4.5 years.
10/02/20
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Effectively reduce noise and sound with mobile Cisilent® noise barriers!

In Switzerland, our partner Schubarth rented the mobile noise barriers Cisilent® type E to use them for noise and sound reduction.
09/24/20

Sub-ballast mat G 1000 Series - Why choosing this product line?

The USM G 1000 sub-ballast mat isolates and protects the subsoil of e.g. bridges and tunnel structures within the track system. The ballast is also effectively protected against wear. In addition to uncomplicated installation, the sub-ballast mat is well suited to mitigate vibration emissions. By using the USM G 1000 series, structure-borne and secondary airborne noise are reduced.
09/17/20

Successful audit - Calenberg again classified as Q1-supplier for German Railways DB AG

DB AG's supplier management has conducted its annual Q-classification with Calenberg. The DB auditor has appreciated the high-quality standard of the elastic rail pads and base plate pads as well as the advanced quality management system at the Losheim production site. After successful auditing, Calenberg Q1-supplier status has been reconfirmed.

Q1 is the highest quality classification of DB AG and means that for individual deliveries no additional approvals are necessary anymore.
09/11/20

New brochure: The building authorities approved sandwich bearing Q

Structural designers and engineers are often confronted with the challenge of implementing products that are approved by the building authorities and can be verified by calculation in their planning/design.

In this case we provide the optimal solution.
09/04/20

Discover our vibration and noise control solutions virtually – Inter-Noise 2020 e-exhibition till 23 October

Get inspired by many vibration and noise control solutions presented at the 49th International Congress and Exposition on Noise Control Engineering. Inter-Noise 2020 will be held as an e-congress with e-exhibition on 23-26 August 2020. Profit from various networking programs and workshops.
08/28/20

Calenberg completes new project in Cologne

Vibration-isolated installation of a spacious building complex: PANDiON FÜNF FREUNDE. The new city quarter „Ehrenveedel“ is being built on the former railway area in Cologne-Ehrenfeld.
08/24/20

New Calenberg success story online!

A new plant location of the company Ceratizit Austria (Plansee Group) is being built in the Kreckelmoos industrial area near Reutte (AU). With a length of 200 m, a width of 80 m and a height of up to 20 m, it should secure the necessary production capacities for the growing demand for carbide tools in the future.
08/14/20

The new product Ciflex in use: Bavarian State Archaeological Collection in Munich

Vibration isolation and structure-borne sound decoupling of a staircase 1with Ciflex G 11.

The Bavarian State Archaeological Collection is the central Museum for Prehistoric and Early Medieval Archaeology. Extensive renovation work is currently underway at the museum, and a reopening will be in 2022. The general refurbishment concept also includes measures for the decoupling of impact sound from a staircase. Visitors should be protected from noise pollution in the future.
07/29/20
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