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Freudenberg Oil & Gas Technologies invest in AV

Date: 4th November 2014 | Cat: Group News

Vaughan Sound integrated audio-visual, multimedia display, induction loop, public address, background music and disabled refuge equipment at Freudenberg Oil & Gas Technologies’ offices in Port Talbot.

Vaughan Sound has completed the integration of audio-visual and multimedia display technology at Freudenberg Oil & Gas Technologies’ offices in Port Talbot.

Following major investment, consolidation of its three sites to create one central hub, and the creation of 60 jobs, the industrial components manufacturer required a range of equipment throughout their refurbished centre at Baglan Industrial Park.

The manufacturing centre now contains new office accommodation as well as research and development facilities, whilst additional CNC machinery and R&D equipment have also been installed.Freudenberg Oil & Gas Technologies Offices - Audio-Visual - Vaughan Sound

In the Reception a 60” Sharp LED TV has been fitted, displaying company and product information to visitors. Further models have been installed throughout a number of meeting rooms and directors’ offices, with Logitech HD Pro Webcams, floorbox connection points and dedicated cabling infrastructure included throughout these spaces.

The Boardroom received a multimedia projection and surround sound system comprising of a 5000 lumen ceiling mounted projector, 3m retractable electric screen in 16:9 format, recessed ceiling speakers and slave audio amplifiers. An induction loop amplifier with recessed ceiling microphone was also fitted, with a feed from the AV system provided.

In the Training Room identical induction loop and multimedia projection systems were installed for presentation purposes. An AV lectern, sound system, plus radio and lapel microphones have provided staff and presenters with a number of practical solutions.

Vaughan Sound’s works package also included the installation of public address, background music, disabled refuge and induction loop systems across the site. For the public address and background music, a five-zone TOA VM2400 was used to extend the system to the shop floor and associated areas. Crisp and clear audio has been provided through the use of a range of TOA PE304 suspension loudspeakers and CS4 projection horn loudspeakers, plus RCF PL60s.Freudenberg Oil & Gas Technologies Offices - Training Room - Audio-Visual - Vaughan Sound

Baldwin Boxall equipment was supplied to deliver disabled refuge solutions in line with BS 5839 Pt 9.

Freudenberg Oil & Gas Technologies is part of technology group Freudenberg; designing, developing and manufacturing high integrity sealing solutions for the global oil and gas industry. They were ranked 20th in the Top 100 Companies in South West Wales 2014 based upon turnover, and the eighth most profitable in the same list.

The business acquired Vector International in January 2013. They have operations in 22 locations across nine countries, covering Asia, Australia, Dubai, Europe, North and South America.

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