What are anti-vibration mounts?
Anti-vibration mounts are typically made of rubber or springs, or a combination of both. They have excellent shock absorption and vibration dampening properties. Anti-vibration mounts are fastened to machines, pipework, and ductwork to eliminate vibration and noise. Vibrations from mechanical services and HVAC equipment can be transferred to the supporting structure and travel large distances to be emitted as noise elsewhere in a building.
What are some other applications for anti-vibration mounts?
Anti-vibration mounts are used in many different industries. Some common applications include:
- Heavy equipment (on-road and off-road)
- Industrial and construction machinery
- Diesel engines
- Generator sets
- Air conditioners
- And much more.
What is the difference between male and female threads?
Male and female threads refer to the way that threaded pipes and fittings connect. Male threads are found on the outside of pipes and fittings, while female threads are located on the inside. When connecting pipes and fittings together, the male end is inserted into the female end.
What are some other materials used for anti-vibration mounts?
Anti-vibration mounts are typically made of rubber or springs, or a combination of both. The rubber can sometimes also be SILICONE, EPDM, NR or NBR Usually the metal parts are made from BZP, or Stainless steel.
Choosing the Right Anti-vibration Mounts
- Factors to consider when selecting anti-vibration mounts, including load capacity, material compatibility, and environmental conditions
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