Widely used for suspending engines on road vehicles and may also be employed
as springs for vibratory equipment.
Rectangular SAW mounts are also known as “Sandwich” mountings because
they feature a rubber section sandwiched between plates of metal. This
arrangement allows a large difference between the compression and shear
stiffnesses, thus providing the potential to ‘tune’ a mounting system by
rotating the mountings. These mountings are commonly installed in a ‘Vee’
formation to utilise this feature.
- Available with plate or stud fixings.
Can be loaded in compression or shear, or a combination of both, for example
in a ‘Vee’ arrangement.
Can be manufactured with or without interleaves to change the ratio of
shear to compression stiffness.
|Name||Length (mm)||A2 - Length (mm)||Height (mm)||Hole Diameter (mm)||Durometer - IRH||Weight (kg)||Plate Thickness (mm)||Max Load - Shear (kg)||Max Deflection - Shear (mm)|