Vibration absorbers and isolators for industrial needs
Our product family includes vibration isolator sheets, cylinder isolators and dampers, installation feets and vibration isolator rails.
Additionally, we provide rubber quality that can be used in construction to coat structural steels, stainless steels, acid-resistant and duplex steels, aluminium, brass, and in some cases also concrete.
TEKNIKUM® high-quality vibration absorbers are Made in Finland.
Vibration damping sheets
Vibration damping sheets are practical to use in applications where a fixed installation is not possible or it is a case of, e.g., severing the acoustic bridge.
Sheets can be used under machines and devices and in the intermediate constructions in buildings.
Vibration damping sheets vary in their form and hardness, and their maximum loads and natural frequencies have been presented in the adjacent tables. Some sheets offer the possibility to use several sheets on top of each other. This allows for a change of the natural frequencies with maximum loads.
Cylinder isolators are intended for applications where it is possible to perform a fixed installation.
There are different types of cylinder isolators available. They differ in their method of fastening. They are available, both with internal and external threading.
The rubber quality is a black natural rubber with a hardness of 50+5 ShA. If required, we will provide additional information on dimensioning.
Dampers resemble cylinder isolators, but fastening is only implemented on one side. This will allow for a fixed installation on the other side.
The rubber quality is a black natural rubber with a hardness of 50+5 ShA.
Vibration isolation rails
Vibration isolation rails are for applications where it is possible to perform a fixed installation.
Different rail types differ in their dimensioning and rubber quality. Maximum loads and natural frequencies are presented in the adjacent table.
Installation feet are an easy way to provide vibration dampening in applications where a fixed installation is not needed or where it is difficult to implement.
When selecting installation feet, in addition to providing the correct geometry, it is important to consider the maximum load level and the observed frequencies.
Our installation feet possess different hardness levels, and their maximum loads and natural frequency factors have been presented in the adjacent table.
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