Hy-Deflection Low Frequency Instrument Isolators
These anti-vibration isolators provide large deflections under small loads.
They are employed for protecting instruments and apparatus from transmitted
vibration and shock, as well as vibration from light machines and equipment.
They are normally fitted to take loads in compression or shear. Continuous
loading in tension is not recommended, although the occasional shock load
which places the rubber in tension can be permitted. In compression, shock
loads severe enough to close the centre hole can be taken with safety.
Low frequency instrument isolators are made in three sizes, in a range
of rubber durometers.
|Name||Length (mm)||Width (mm)||B2 - Width (mm)||Durometer - IRH||Weight (kg)||Stud Size||Max Load - Compression (kg)||Max Deflection - Compression (mm)|