In addition to a staff of non-licensed Engineers, Kinetics Noise Control employees include eight licensed Professional Engineers, including three with PhD’s and four with Master’s degrees. Kinetics Noise Control holds and maintains P.E. licenses in over 30 seismically active or high wind probability states, as well as portions of Canada.
Engineers from Kinetics Noise Control participate at the national level in the following organizations: BSSC (Building Seismic Safety Council), ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers), FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency), ACI (American Concrete Institute), ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Engineers) - TC-2.6 (Sound and Vibration), TC-2.7 - (Seismic Restraint), ASHRAE/ANSI Standard 171 Development - (Testing Standards for Seismic Devices) and VISCMA (Vibration Isolation and Seismic Control Manufacturers Association).
Kinetics Noise Control has been an active supporter and a leader in developing tools to aid contractors and designers in designing and specifying appropriate restraint devices. Recent accomplishments include authorship of the ASHRAE 2003 HVAC Applications Handbook’s Seismic chapter and generation and presentation of several papers on seismic subjects for ASHRAE at the national level and many more at the local chapter level. Kinetics Noise Control supported the development of FEMA’s (3) pocket seismic installation guides at both the basic drafting and oversight levels and has authored papers for VISCMA publication, clarifying IBC code provisions.
Kinetics Noise Control offers extensive practical experience in both design and application. Combined, the licensed Professional Engineers of Kinetics Noise Control have a total of over 200 years of experience in the design of components and systems and of this, over 125 years is directly linked to seismic, vibration and sound control systems.
Kinetics Noise Control is an innovative company. Working over the broadest range of markets of anyone in our industry, Kinetics has designed and provided solutions to a large variety of problems or situations. Some of the markets served include:
In developing solutions to these and other design challenges, Kinetics Noise Control and/or its employees hold, or have pending, 16 patents. Of these, seven are directly linked to seismic restraint, vibration, and sound control systems.