Vibration and noise isolation systems.
The 7002 damper has a satin finish treated AG3 casing and mounting plate, a stainless steel centre axis. A spring and stainless steel cushion provide the resilient elements. It has four Ø 5.2 mounting holes in the base and a tapped hole in the centre axis.
Its axial natural frequency of between 7 and 10 Hz and its integral travel limiter enable 7002 dampers to be used for mounting electronic or computer equipment, navigation equipment and on board measu-rement instruments.
They can also be used for static equipment for suspending control panels, etc.
Their all metal construction enable them to operate in the harshest of conditions.
These medium frequency shock absorbers with multiracial and insensitive to external temperatures characteristics are suitable form limited places. They assure efficient protection of small equipment (electronic or electromechanical) in high frequency vibrating environments (50-3000 Hz). They can be used as mountings or stabilisers.
Standard V43, V44, V45 and V46 mountings have a cast steel base and a resilient element made from a stainless steel wire cushion.
The version H includes a cup and a levelling stud. It can also be equiped with grip pads.
Version W differs from the standard version as it has a thicker cushion for greater flexibility.
The metal cushions for pipework are made from stainless steel wire that is work hardened, knitted, crimped and compressed to a given shape in a press.
The cushion can be supplied on its own or in a mounting kit which comprises two cushions, two spacers, a retaining zinc plated steel clamp.
The basic element of an expansion joint is the corrugated metal bellows, annularly from a longitudinally welded tube, or seamless tube, in one, two or several lamella constructions. Designed and manufactured in compliance with EJMA standards.