Memtech Acoustical Services Inc.

2175 Avon Industrial Dr.
Rochester Hills, MI 48309

About Memtech Acoustical Services Inc.

We are your one-stop shop for noise control. We have highly qualified acoustic engineers and analysts on staff, we also have individuals with many years’ experience in building construction and interior detail work. We can quickly measure, analyze and quantify your noise concerns, and provide an array of solutions to fit your budget. We can assist industrial customers with issues related to OSHA and NIOSH noise compliance requirements. We can custom-fabricate almost any kind of noise-control structure in our fully-equipped shop. Our staff of installers can handle virtually any job, from a small apartment to the largest auditorium. We can perform comprehensive vibration analysis to determine the root-cause of noise sources. Our vibration services also include the measurement and diagnosis of production machinery vibration issues, including the runoff qualification of spindles and motors that is required by many companies before a machine will be accepted for delivery.

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