AAC's New Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Vibration Mounts Designed for Corrosive Environments

A new series of 3 heavy-duty base mounted vibration and shock isolators by Advanced Antivibration Components feature stainless steel mesh...
July 9, 2007—A new series of 3 heavy-duty base mounted vibration and shock isolators by Advanced Antivibration Components feature stainless steel mesh as the isolating medium. They are ideally suited for corrosive environments where severe shock forces, high-starting torque or reversal of load are encountered. The units are capable of withstanding compression loads of as high as ten times the static loads. Typical applications include marine fans, mobile engines, generators, instrument consoles, lathes, milling machines, slotters, and punch presses. Identified as the V10Z27 Series, they exhibit a natural frequency of between 14 to 22 Hz. Static load ranges for the three units are: 70 to 400 lbs.(32 to 181 kgf), 300 to 800 lbs. (136 to 363 kgf) and 600 to 1,600 lbs. (273 to 725 kgf). The free standing height of these 3-14" square (82.55 mm) units is 1-61/64" (49.68 mm). Under static load this compresses to a height of 1-53/64" (46.38 mm). They are mounted to the load member via a 5/8-11 tapped hole in the center of the unit. The isolator consists of two circular stainless steel mesh sections which slip around an interior cadmium plated steel housing and is supported by a machined casing outer housing. Operating temperatures range from -94 degrees F to +347 degrees F (-70 degrees C to 175 degrees C). View Catalog Page for More Details and Quote Request

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