Vibration Research- Press Release

Vibration Research Launches Patent-Pending Vibration Test Module, iDOF™

Latest Innovation Aimed at High Value Products

Press Release
Jenison, MI - June 22, 2015

Vibration Research, a Michigan-based technology company specializing in vibration control products and software applications, announced today that it launched its latest testing innovation, iDOF™, which stands for 'instant degrees of freedom.' The company developed iDOF™ to solve the problem of over and under vibration testing of high value products, such as those manufactured in the aerospace and aviation industries. When these products fail to perform in real life – often due to improper vibration testing – the consequences can border on catastrophic. iDOF™ empowers users to run highly accurate vibration tests in a condensed period of time.

John Van Baren, CEO & President of Vibration Research, said, "As the innovator in vibration control, we are constantly listening to our customers' needs, researching possible solutions, and creating effective and efficient testing products and software. iDOF™ gives vibration test technicians and lab managers the perfect world scenario: rapid smooth lines except when real-life resonances dictate they should be out of tolerance and the tests need to be aborted before products are damaged."

iDOF™ is currently available for purchase and immediate download by current customers of Vibration Research's VR9500 Revolution Vibration Controller and VibrationVIEW software. Companies with an interest in iDOF™ that are currently not using Vibration Research's products and software can contact Jordan Van Baren at 616-669-3028 or Jordan@vibrationresearch.com for further information.

About Vibration Research: Celebrating its 20th year in business, Vibration Research is a family owned and operated enterprise that is dedicated to being the leading innovator in the field of vibration control. The company's products, including its best-selling VR9500 Revolution Vibration Controller, easy-to-use VibrationVIEW software, and suite of standard and custom testing modules, are used by in-house and outsourced testing labs in a wide range of industries, including: Automotive, Aerospace, Electronics, Energy, Transportation, Telecommunications, Consumer Electronics, Consumer Goods, Manufacturing, Protective Packaging and University and Research Laboratories. Headquartered in Jenison, Michigan with satellite offices in China, Germany, the Czech Republic, Russia, and India, Vibration Research has domestic customers in all 50 states and around the world. For further information, visit www.vibrationresearch.com.

Vibration Research has moved to a new location

Press Release
May 14, 2014
Vibration Research has moved locations.

Vibration Research is pleased to announce that we have moved to a new location on May 5 to accommodate company growth over the past 19 years as well as future growth plans. Our spacious new facility features over 18,000 square feet of office space, including a dedicated training center and modernized laboratory. Our new address is 1294 Chicago Drive, Jenison, MI 49428. Our phone and fax numbers will remain the same. Correspondence and Payments should now be mailed to our post office box at 408 Chicago Drive #24, Jenison, MI 49429. Should you have any questions on the relocation, please don't hesitate to contact us. In the meantime, we look forward to serving you from our new facility! Contact Vibration Research via phone +1 616.669.3028 or email vrsales@vibrationresearch.com.

Kurtosion® European Patent Issued

Vibration Research Corporation (VRC) announces that EPO Patent No.1766358 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR SIMULTANEOUSLY CONTROLLING SPECTRUM AND KURTOSIS OF A RANDOM VIBRATION, has been issued to Philip D. Van Baren and assigned to VRC. According to company President, John Van Baren, "This patent protects our unique Kurtosion® control, a means of performing random tests that have more severe amplitude distributions than Gaussian noise provides, to better simulate measured product environments. Unlike prior methods, Kurtosion® provides controlled kurtosis while maintaining the dynamic range and full amplitude and phase randomness of the signal and it applies the more severe amplitude distributions across the entire control spectrum. Since Kurtosion® is a significant new advancement for vibration control, we recognized that the methods involved needed to be properly disclosed in order to be understood and accepted by the testing community. This patent provides an avenue for this disclosure while protecting our legal rights to the method.". PRWeb Release...

Vibration Research receives certification for the VR9500 Revolution in Russia.

Press Release
September 2, 2010
Vibration Research receives certification for the VR9500 Revolution in Russia.

Vibration Research announced today that the VR9500 Revolution vibration control system has received the necessary certification from the Russian import and authorities. This certification provides Vibration Research's Russian customers with the opportunity to purchase the latest hardware technology from Vibration Research. The VR9500 hardware control system, named the "Revolution" offers the latest in vibration control systems with advanced data processing, extremely low noise floor and an incredible 26,000 lines of resolution in random testing. In addition the Revolution can control up to 32,000 Hz and comes standard with 135 dB dynamic range inputs, built in self diagnostics, redundant calibration monitoring and 200V tolerant fuse protected inputs. Director of International Sales and Marketing, Mark Chomiczewski stated he is excited to begin offering the Revolution to Russian customers who demand the level of performance delivered by the VR9500 Revolution. For more information feel free to contact Mark Chomiczewski or email vrsales@vibrationresearch.com

Kurtosion® Patent Issued

Vibration Research Corporation (VRC) announces that US Patent 7,426,426, SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR SIMULTANEOUSLY CONTROLLING SPECTRUM AND KURTOSIS OF A RANDOM VIBRATION, has been issued to Philip D. Van Baren and assigned to VRC. According to company President, John Van Baren, "This patent protects our unique Kurtosion® control, a means of performing random tests that have more severe amplitude distributions than Gaussian noise provides, to better simulate measured product environments. Unlike prior methods, Kurtosion® provides controlled kurtosis while maintaining the dynamic range and full amplitude and phase randomness of the signal and it applies the more severe amplitude distributions across the entire control spectrum. Since Kurtosion® is a significant new advancement for vibration control, we recognized that the methods involved needed to be properly disclosed in order to be understood and accepted by the testing community. This patent provides an avenue for this disclosure while protecting our legal rights to the method."

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