Taylor Devices continues to follow all guidelines provided by the CDC, OSHA and the Niagara County Health Department.
Taylor Devices continues to follow all guidelines provided by the CDC, OSHA and the Niagara County Health Department. (Updated 5/8/20)
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Taylor Devices has over 60 years of experience and is capable of tackling even the hardest of challenges.
Taylor Devices continues to be a valued supplier to the aerospace, Navy and military industries. Products have been utilized on aircraft, missiles, satellites, spacecraft, ships, submarines, radars, tracked vehicles and gunnery systems.
Devices designed for heavy duty, service applications. Our products include single or double acting dampers, non-linear dampers, single and double acting liquid springs, tension shock absorbers and tension-compression shock absorbers.
Taylor products are used by civil engineers worldwide to protect their structures and the people who rely on its safety. These products are easily incorporated into structures and are relied upon with over 700 bridges and other crucial structures worldwide.
Products from Taylor Devices are used to absorb, control, or mitigate the motion of masses. This motion may be transient, such as caused by earthquakes and explosions, or steady state, such as caused by vibration and controlled power excitation.
Company President, Alan Klembczyk, recently talked about Taylor Devices and the importance of our seismic dampers for those that live in areas that are prone to earthquakes.
An innovative retrofit using Taylor Devices’ seismic dampers has prepared the nearly 90-year-old Robert A. Young Federal Building in St. Louis for the future. Despite extensive work within the 1 million sq ft structure, the building remained fully occupied throughout the roughly two-and-a-half-year construction phase.
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In June, we interview Evan Reis of the U.S. Resiliency Council. We discuss improving the standards of our buildings and how prepared we are for a true urban disaster. Learn more about the USRC at: usrc.org
While building codes and seismic design criteria have improved over the years, they still permit a significant amount of damage to buildings that can render them un-occupiable. Learn about the realities of earthquake protection.