Dana lowers NVH

NVH

Lowering NVH for a smoother ride and drive

Lowering noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) levels is key to achieving a smoother, quieter ride and drive. And as quieter electric motors replace combustion engines, managing ambient noise levels within passenger vehicles becomes not only more important—but an increasingly challenging engineering feat. Even the smallest variations during manufacturing can affect NVH levels. But through extensive research, design, and rigorous product testing, Dana’s products achieve significantly lower NVH levels than competitor products.

Spicer® AdvanTEK® High-Efficiency Axle can reduce NVH levels as much as 25 MTE with:

  • Up-front NVH modeling to address system issues before prototypes exist
  • High contact ratio gear designs
  • Wide-face widths for easy positioning
  • Precision assembly and NVH testing to vehicle-specific limit
  • NVH experts in five different regions to support customer locally

Victor Reinz® Thermal Acoustical Protection Shields:

  • Absorbs underhood noises 
  • Decouples exhaust system vibrations 
  • Insulating damping layers
  • Exclusive acoustical dimpled core
  • Tuned for any application
  • Eliminates the need for expensive acoustical treatments

Spicer® Propshafts:

  • Expertise to configure proposhafts for lowest system NVH at best value
  • High-speed, precision balanced