Conical anti-vibration mount COM-5252
metalrubbermachine

conical anti-vibration mount
conical anti-vibration mount
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Characteristics

Configuration
conical
Material
metal, rubber
Applications
machine
Static load

Min.: 24.5 kgf

Max.: 249.5 kgf

Diameter

10 mm (0.394 in)

Description

Rubber-Metal Isolators COM-5252 Ideal for preventing unbalanced masses from vibrating Pre-tensioned High-Performance Bearing Surface Natural frequency 7.0 Hz to 11.0 Hz Effective isolation of machines and plants: The Compression Mounts product family consists of robust heavy duty bearings, which are particularly good at preventing vibrations and structure-borne noise due to unbalanced masses. These prestressed machine elements are maintenance-free and improve efficiency in all low frequency application ranges above about 15 Hz. Using a linkage, the natural frequency of the system can be reduced to between 6 and 10 Hz. Interfering frequencies above 900 rpm (15 Hz) are effectively isolated. At 1,500 rpm (25 Hz) the level of isolation is 90 %. Made from galvanised metal and neoprene or natural rubber, they can be used at temperatures between -30 °C and +80 °C. The heavy duty mount is normally used in vertical load applications - above all for industrial machines, small motors, pumps and compressors. Natural frequency 7.0 Hz to 11.0 Hz Operating temperature range -30 °C to +80 °C Environment Resistant against UV radiation Material Outer body: zinc plated steel; Isolation medium: Neoprene (chloroprene rubber) Rubber-Metal Isolators - Compression Mounts Vibrations checked, sleep calmed An air conditioning splitter transmitted vibrations from the roof of the house to adjacent living and sleeping rooms. Using the free VibroChecker app from ACE, the homeowner was able to convert his iPhone into a measuring device and, thanks to the...
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