We design and manufacture noise and vibration control solutions that outperform competitor alternatives.
DTI has been addressing noise and vibration problems in the world’s most demanding applications for over 30 years. Our innovative approach and unmatched experience produces lightweight, cost effective, easy to install, and more durable products.
Market-Leading Noise & Vibration Control Solutions
DTI’s high-performing passive damping systems reduce noise caused by resonant vibration. Companies across a wide variety of industries count on DTI’s expertise and application-specific noise control solutions to create better, safer, more comfortable products for their customers. Learn More
DTI’s high-performing passive damping systems control excessive resonant vibration, which leads to noise and premature wear on critical components, costly parts, and sensitive instrumentation. Learn More
Our vibration control damping systems and solutions reduce excessive vibrational energy, which can cause wear and cracks on critical components, leading to costly and dangerous premature structural damage. Learn More
In addition to custom damping systems, DTI offers analysis and consulting services to enable our customers to rapidly design, test, and implement noise and vibration countermeasures. Learn More
VBT 3.0 is DTI’s automated one-of-a-kind hardware and software system for testing and designing passive damping systems. It utilizes Vibrating Beam Technique to measure and characterize the properties of viscoelastic materials and uses that information to aid in the design of surface damping systems. Learn More
Explore Our Innovative Approach
DTI's mission is to remedy our customers' noise and vibration problems. Our approach, forged from over 30 years of real-world experience, produces solutions that consistently exceed expectations for performance, cost, schedule, and durability.
DTI uses predictive tools such as FEA and SEA modeling to design damping systems which meet the specific requirements of the product's application, operating environment, the source of vibration, temperature range, and more. These tools accelerate the design process and ensure optimal performance.
Composite Materials Expertise
DTI's experience using viscoelastic materials in noise control applications is unmatched. Our chemists rely on our extensive materials library and knowledge learned from hundreds of projects to create innovative composites and spacer materials that are lightweight and perform well.
Experimental Testing & Design
DTI rapidly creates prototype solutions in-house, analyzes their effectiveness in our state-of-the-art testing labs or at our customers' site, and then uses these experiments to guide design decisions. This iterative design process produces the most effective solutions in less time.
Each year, DTI produces more than 2,000,000 damping system components. We invest in state-of-the-art equipment and advanced manufacturing techniques to continually meet exacting specifications and exceed rigorous quality requirements.
We are committed to responsible utilization of raw materials and efficient manufacturing processes to become a better global citizen every day
Trusted Performance In The World's Most Demanding Applications
There are few environments more extreme than the ones experienced by the outer layers of a commercial aircraft. Read the Case Study
No challenge is too large for DTI. Here’s how we solved vibration issues which were reducing efficiency at a massive scientific facility. Read the Case Study
Military weapons systems require unwavering stability to protect precision instruments in tough environments during stressful situations. Read the Case Study
Resonance-related vibration issues were jeopardizing sensitive instruments mounted on a multi-million dollar satellite balcony – especially during launch. Read the Case Study
Turbo-prop aircraft typically are louder – and exhibit significantly more vibration – than jet aircraft. Here’s how we reduced the interior sound pressure levels in one turbo-prop plane being developed as a business aircraft. Read the Case Study
Waves cause more than uneasy stomachs; they also can cause unwanted vibration and annoying noise for people enjoying time on the water. Read the Case Study
Rocket launches require absolute precision under extreme temperatures and operating conditions to keep the crew safe and mission-ready. Read the Case Study
Automobile interiors and their components can attract annoying vibration issues. Here’s how we solved a vibration problem for a major auto maker. Read the Case Study