Application Matrix

Application Matrix 2018-05-01T18:32:09+00:00

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The following contains information about various type of applications. We have tried to identify a number of typical applications and provide information that may be important when selecting an isolation system. Keep in mind that any vibration inputs contained in this section represent typical inputs, but your application may not conform to these inputs. Whenever possible, one should use specifications and/or measured data that relate to the specific application.

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Environment Typical Equipment to be Protected Sources of Vibration-Shock-Noise Other Destructive or Deteriorative Conditions Applicable Specifications and Typical Vibration, Shock, Noise Input Level Desirable Isolator Characteristics Applicable Barry Isolators or Systems
Computers & Accessories.

Typewriter.

Copy Machine.

Medical Equipment.

Test Equipment

Memory drums.

Electronic Components.

Structure of machine (Reduce fatigue).

Personnel in the surrounding areas (noise reduction).

Motors.

Fans & blowers.

Air Compressors.

Pumps.

Transportation Handling.

Oil.

Chemicals.

Fluids.

Operating speeds of the disturbing sources.

Determined by structural conditions and location of equipment within structures.

Low natural frequency (5 to 15 Hz)

Low cost.

Facilitate installation.

WR/WB Ring & Bushing SeriesBall Mounts.

Cupmounts; 63006550 Series.

Industrial Machinery Mounts; 633A Series

500 Series500SL SeriesHR Series22000 SeriesBarry-Bond SeriesIndustrial Conical Mount Series.

ME SeriesTTA & TTB Series.

Lo-G Casters

Environment Typical Equipment to be Protected Sources of Vibration-Shock-Noise Other Destructive or Deteriorative Conditions Applicable Specifications and Typical Vibration, Shock, Noise Input Level Desirable Isolator Characteristics Applicable Barry Isolators or Systems
Boats.

Snowmobiles.

Golf Carts.

Trail Bikes.

Motorcycles.

Motor Homes.

Passenger (safety & comfort).

Structure of vehicle (reduce fatigue).

Personnel in the surrounding areas (noise reduction).

Communication equipment.

Power plant.

Choppy waters.

Rough terrain.

Oil.

Sunlight.

Ozone.

Humidity.

Salt Spray.

Operating speeds of power plant.

Typical shock input 8 to 10 g’s. or greater.

Low natural frequency (5 to 15 Hz)

Low cost.

Facilitate installation.

Provide cushioned bottoming.

WR/WB Ring & Bushing SeriesBall Mounts.

Cupmounts; 5200 Series6300, 6550 Series.

500 Series500SL SeriesHR Series22000 SeriesBarry-Bond SeriesIndustrial Conical Mount Series.

SLM Series

Environment Typical Equipment to be Protected Sources of Vibration-Shock-Noise Other Destructive or Deteriorative Conditions Applicable Specifications and Typical Vibration, Shock, Noise Input Level Desirable Isolator Characteristics Applicable Barry Isolators or Systems
Tractors.

Harvesters.

Planters.

Spreaders.

Passenger (safety & comfort).

Structure of vehicle (reduce fatigue).

Personnel in the surrounding areas (noise reduction).

Communication equipment.

Mechanical, electrical hydraulic, and pneumatic operating components.

Power plant.

Rough terrain.

Accessory equipment.

Oil.

Sunlight.

Ozone.

Humidity.

Operating speeds of power plant.

Typical shock input 2 to 5 g’s.

Low natural frequency (5 to 15 Hz).

Low cost.

Facilitate installation.

Provide cushioned bottoming.

Cupmounts5200 Series6300, 6550 Series.

500 Series500SL SeriesHR Series22000 SeriesBarry-Bond SeriesIndustrial Conical Mount Series.

SLM Series.

Environment Typical Equipment to be Protected Sources of Vibration-Shock-Noise Other Destructive or Deteriorative Conditions Applicable Specifications and Typical Vibration, Shock, Noise Input Level Desirable Isolator Characteristics Applicable Barry Isolators or Systems
On highway.

Off highway.

Passenger (safety & comfort).

Structure of vehicle (reduce fatigue).

Personnel in the surrounding areas (noise reduction).

Communication equipment.

Mechanical, electrical hydraulic, and pneumatic operating components.

Engine.

Normal road shock.

Off-road terrain.

Heat and cold.

Humidity.

Lubricants.

Chemicals, hydraulic fluids, etc.

Sunlight and ozone.

Function of vehicle suspension, road & terrain condition. Attenuate high frequency road & terrain shock and transient vibrations. WR/WB Ring & Bushing Series.

Cupmounts5200 Series6300, 6550 Series.

500 Series500SL SeriesHR Series22000 SeriesBarry-Bond SeriesIndustrial Conical Mount Series.

VHC SeriesSLM Series.

ME SeriesTT-A & TT-B Series.

Environment Typical Equipment to be Protected Sources of Vibration-Shock-Noise Other Destructive or Deteriorative Conditions Applicable Specifications and Typical Vibration, Shock, Noise Input Level Desirable Isolator Characteristics Applicable Barry Isolators or Systems
Metal forming or cutting equipment, presses, brakes, shears, hammers, grinders, compressors. Impact operations.

Accessory equipment.

Motors.

Pumps.

Oils.

Chemicals.

Operating speeds of the disturbing sources.

Determined by structural conditions & the location of equipment within structures.

OSHA requirements.

Low natural frequency (5-15 Hz)

Low cost.

Facilitate installation.

Industrial Machinery Mounts; 633A Series.

30005 Series Neoprene Pads.

Serva-Levl†; SLM Series.

Environment Typical Equipment to be Protected Sources of Vibration-Shock-Noise Other Destructive or Deteriorative Conditions Applicable Specifications and Typical Vibration, Shock, Noise Input Level Desirable Isolator Characteristics Applicable Barry Isolators or Systems
Commercial

Piston Engine

Flight recorder.

Radar.

Radios.

Air data recorder.

Gyroscopes.

Instrument panels.

Radar antennae.

Antenna couplers.

Instruments, indicators, gages, etc.

Propulsion system (Warm-up & Flight).

Air turbulence.

Landing impact.

Taxiing.

Amplified vibration caused by structural resonances.

Temperature & humidity extremes.

Altitude.

Chemical action of hydraulic fluids, fuels, lubricants.

Sunlight and ozone.

Airframe & Component Manufacturer’s Specifications.

Typical Vibration Input:
5-55 cps – .060” D. A.
55-500 cps – 10 g

Typical shock Input:
15 g – .011 sec.
30 g – 011 sec. (Crash safety).

Natural frequency 5-15 cps.

Maximum isolation efficiency.

Low amplification at resonance.

Minimum rotational coupling.

Minimum shock output.

Minimum sway space.

Minimum size and weight.

Electrical grounding.

Designed to ensure equipment survival.

L-MountsS-Mounts

500 Series500 SL Series22000 SeriesBarry-Bond Series.

Cable Mounts

ME SeriesTTA & TT-B Series

Special High-Performance Mounts.

    Jets and turboprops Flight recorder.

Radar.

Radios.

Air data recorder.

Gyroscopes.

Instrument panels.

Engine pressure ratio transducers.

Radar antennae.

Antenna couplers.

Instruments, indicators, gages, etc.

Propulsion system.

Air turbulence.

Landing impact.

Taxiing.

Amplified vibration caused by structural resonances.

Temperature and humidity extremes.

Altitude.

Chemical action of hydraulic fluids, fuels, lubricants.

Sunlight and ozone.

Airframe & Component Manufacturer’s Specifications.

Typical Vibration Input:
5-55 cps .060” D. A.
55-2000 cps 10 g.

Typical shock Input (half-sine):
15 g – .011 sec.
30 g – .011 sec. (Crash safety).

Natural frequency 10-25 cps.

Operable at commercial jet climb & maneuver attitudes.

Maximum isolation efficiency.

Low amplification at resonance.

Minimum rotational coupling.

Minimum shock output.

Minimum sway space.

Minimum size and weight.

Electrical grounding.

Designed to ensure equipment survival

B-MountsT-MountsCupmounts

5200 SeriesE21/E22 Series6300/6550 Series.

500 Series500SL SeriesHR Series22000 SeriesBarry-Bond Series.

ME SeriesTTA & TT-B Series.

Special High-Performance Mounts.

Military & Other High Performance Aircraft

Piston engine.

Flight recorder; .Air data recorder.

Radar; Radios.

Gyroscopes; Instrument panels.

Engine pressure ratio transducers.

Radar antennae; Antenna couplers.

Instruments, indicators, gages, etc.

Electronic countermeasures equipment.

Fire control radar & computers.

Bomb racks & sights.

Cathode ray display tubes.

Integrated avionics packages.

Propulsion system (Warm-up & Flight)

Air turbulence.

Landing impact.

Taxiing.

Amplified vibration caused by structural resonances.

Gunfire.

Temperature and humidity extremes.

Altitude.

Chemical action of hydraulic fluids, fuels, lubricants.

Sunlight and ozone.

Salt Spray.

Fungus.

Sand and dust.

MIL-E-5400; MIL-E-5272; MIL-STD-810

Typical Vibration Input:
5-10 cps .080” D. A.
10-15 cps .41 g.
15-75 cps .036” D. A.
75-1000 cps 10 g.

Typical Shock Input:
15 g – .011 sec.
30 g – .011 sec. (crash safety).

MIL-C-172: Transmissibility (max)
at 23 cps T<1.00
at 30 cps T<.35
at 500 cps T<.20

Natural frequency 10-25 cps.

All attitude performance for combat aircraft.

Maximum isolation efficiency.

Low amplification at resonance.

Minimum rotational coupling.

Minimum shock output.

Minimum sway space.

Minimum size and weight.

Electrical grounding.

Designed to ensure equipment survival

S-MountsL-Mounts; B-Mounts; T-MountsCupmounts.

5200 SeriesE21/E22 Series6300/6550 Series.

Cable Mounts.

ME SeriesTTA & TTB Series

Special High-Performance Mounts.

    Jet transports and bombers. Flight recorder; Air data recorder.

Radar; Radios.

Gyroscopes; Instrument panels.

Engine pressure ratio transducers.

Radar antennae; Antenna couplers.

Instruments, indicators, gages, etc.

Electronic countermeasures equipment.

Fire control radar & computers, Bomb racks & sights, Cathode ray display tubes, Integrated avionics packages.

Propulsion system.

Air turbulence.

Landing impact.

Taxiing.

Amplified vibration caused by structural resonances.

Gunfire.

Temperature and humidity extremes.

Altitude.

Chemical action of hydraulic fluids, fuels, lubricants.

Sunlight and ozone.

Salt Spray.

Fungus.

Sand and dust.

MIL-E-5400; MIL-E-5272; MIL-STD-810

Typical Vibration Input:
5-10 cps .080” D. A.
10-15 cps .41 g.
15-75 cps .036” D. A.
75-1000 cps 10 g.

Typical Shock Input:
15 g – .011 sec.
30 g – .011 sec. (crash safety).

MIL-C-172 (general reference for size & hardware requirements).

Natural frequency 10-25 cps.

All attitude performance.

Maximum isolation efficiency.

Low amplification at resonance.

Minimum rotational coupling.

Minimum shock output.

Minimum sway space.

Minimum size and weight.

Electrical grounding.

Designed to ensure equipment survival

Note: Isolator characteristics are a function of use & location in airframe. Most severe vibration from high speed. Low level flight is dense, turbulent air.

T-Mounts; B-Mounts; Cupmounts.

5200 SeriesE21/E22 Series6300/6550 Series.

Cable Mounts.

ME SeriesTTA & TTB Series.

Special High-Performance Mounts.

    Jet fighters, interceptors, attack bombers, Special-mission aircraft. Radar; Radios.

Air data recorder.

Gyroscopes; Instrument panels.

Engine pressure ratio transducers.

Radar antennae; Antenna couplers.

Instruments, indicators, gages, etc.

Electronic countermeasures equipment.

Fire control radar and computers.

Bomb racks and sights.

Integrated avionics packages.

Photographic and other optical equipment.

Propulsion system.

Air turbulence.

Landing impact.

Taxiing.

Amplified vibration caused by structural resonances.

Gunfire.

Temperature and humidity extremes.

Altitude.

Chemical action of hydraulic fluids, fuels, lubricants.

Sunlight and ozone.

Salt spray.

Fungus.

Sand and dust.

MIL-E-5400; MIL-E-5272; MIL-STD-810.

Typical Vibration Input:
5-10 cps .080” D. A.
10-15 cps .41 g.
15-75 cps .036” D. A.
75-1000 cps 10 g.

Typical Shock Input:
15 g – .011 sec.
30 g – .011 sec. (crash safety).

Note: Vibration & shock input levels vary widely; usually specified by airframe & component manufacturers.

MIL-C-172 (general reference for size & hardware requirements).

Natural frequency 10-25 cps.

All attitude performance.

Maximum isolation efficiency.

Low amplification at resonance.

Minimum rotational coupling.

Minimum shock output.

Minimum sway space.

Minimum size and weight.

Electrical grounding.

Designed to ensure equipment survival.

Note: Isolator characteristics are a function of mission of aircraft and performance parameters to which equipment is subjected.

Example: extreme sustained acceleration.

T-Mounts; B-Mounts; Cupmounts.

5200 SeriesE21/E22 Series6300/6550 Series.

Cable Mounts.

ME SeriesTTA & TTB Series.

Special High-Performance Mounts.

    Carrier based. Flight recorder.

Radar; Radios.

Air data recorder.

Gyroscopes; Instrument panels.

Engine pressure ratio transducers.

Radar antennae; Antenna couplers.

Instruments, indicators, gages, etc.

Electronic countermeasures equipment.

Fire control radar and computers.

Bomb racks and sights.

Integrated avionics packages.

Photographic and other optical equipment.

Propulsion system.

Air turbulence.

Landing impact.

Amplified vibration caused by structural resonances.

Gunfire.

Catapult take-offs.

Arrested landings.

Temperature and humidity extremes.

Altitude.

Chemical action of hydraulic fluids, fuels, lubricants.

Sunlight and ozone.

Salt spray.

Fungus.

Sand and dust.

MIL-E-5400; MIL-E-5272; MIL-STD-810.

Typical Vibration Input:
5 – 10 cps – .080” D. A.
10 – 15 cps – . 41 g.
15 – 75 cps – .036” D. A.
75 – 1000 cps – 10 g.

Typical Shock Input:
15 g – .011 sec.
30 g – .011 sec. (crash safety).

Note: Vibration & shock input levels vary widely; usually specified by airframe & component manufacturers. Landing shocks can be as severe as 12 g, .125 sec.)

MIL-C-172 (general reference for size & hardware requirements).

Natural frequency 10-25 cps.

All attitude performance.

Maximum isolation efficiency.

Low amplification at resonance.

Minimum rotational coupling.

Minimum shock output.

Minimum sway space.

Minimum size and weight.

Electrical grounding.

Designed to ensure equipment survival.

Note: Isolator characteristics are a function of mission of aircraft and performance parameters to which equipment is subjected.

Example: extreme sustained acceleration.

T-Mounts; B-Mounts; Cupmounts.

5200 SeriesE21/E22 Series6300/6550 Series.

Cable Mounts.

ME SeriesTTA & TTB Series.

Special High-Performance Mounts.

Helicopters Radar; Radios.

Gyroscopes; Instrument panels.

Radar antennae; Antenna couplers.

Instruments, indicators, gages, etc.

Integrated avionics packages.

Fire control equipment

Propulsion system.

Rotor.

Landing impact.

Amplified vibration caused by structural resonances.

Gunfire.

Temperature and humidity extremes.

Altitude.

Chemical action of hydraulic fluids, fuels, lubricants.

Sunlight and ozone.

Salt spray; Sand and dust.

Fungus.

MIL-E-5400; MIL-E-5272; MIL-STD-810.

Airframe and Component Manufacturers’ Specifications.

Typical Vibration Input:
5 – 20 cps .100” D. A.
20 – 32 cps 2 g.
32 – 72 cps .036” D. A.
72 – 500 cps 10 g.

Typical Shock Input:
15 g – .011 sec.
30 g – .011 sec. (crash safety).

MIL-C-172 (general reference for size & hardware requirements).

Natural frequency 5-15 cps.

Maximum isolation efficiency.

Low amplification at resonance.

Minimum rotational coupling.

Minimum shock output.

Minimum sway space.

Minimum size and weight.

Electrical grounding.

Designed to ensure equipment survival.

H-Mounts.

5200 SeriesE21/E22 Series.

HTTA Series.

Cable Mounts.

SLM Series.

Specially-designed isolation systems to meet severe vibration inputs/

Environment Typical Equipment to be Protected Sources of Vibration-Shock-Noise Other Destructive or Deteriorative Conditions Applicable Specifications and Typical Vibration, Shock, Noise Input Level Desirable Isolator Characteristics Applicable Barry Isolators or Systems
Telemetry; Electronics.

Fuel lines.

Relay boxes, Arming and fusing systems

Electronics.

Antennae; Antenna couplers.

Instruments, indicators, gages, etc., Instruments panels.

Structural members.

Photographic and other optical equipment.

Propulsion system.

Separation of booster stages.

Re-entry deceleration.

Amplified vibration caused by structural resonances.

Temperature and humidity extremes.

Altitude.

Chemical action of hydraulic fluids, fuels, lubricants.

Sunlight and ozone.

Special handling.

Transport.

Storage and service environmental conditions.

Specifications established by Systems Contractor.

Vibration inputs up to .50” D. A.

Sustained acceleration as high as 1000 g.

All attitude performance.

Maximum isolation efficiency.

Low amplification at resonance.

Minimum rotational coupling.

Minimum shock output.

Minimum sway space.

Minimum size and weight.

Electrical grounding.

Designed to ensure equipment survival.

T-MountsB-MountsCupmounts.

5200 SeriesE21/E22 Series6300/6550 Series.

Cable Mounts.

Special High-Performance Mounts.

Environment Typical Equipment to be Protected Sources of Vibration-Shock-Noise Other Destructive or Deteriorative Conditions Applicable Specifications and Typical Vibration, Shock, Noise Input Level Desirable Isolator Characteristics Applicable Barry Isolators or Systems
Naval

Surface vessels and submarines.

Engines; Generators.

Navigation and communications gear; Radar; Sonar.

Plotting boards.

Fire control and guidance equipment.

Missile and ammunition storage.

Radar antennae, etc.

Hydrophones; Gyrocompasses.

Instruments, indicators, gages, etc.

Automatic control and logging systems.

Power plant.

Heavy seas.

Gunfire.

Near misses.

Depth charges.

Pumps.

Engine generators.

Salt spray.

Oil.

Humidity.

Fungus.

Sunlight and ozone.

General Environment: MIL-E-16400

Vibration: MIL-STD-167

Shock: MIL-S-901

Typical Vibration Input:
5 – 15 cps .060” D. A.
16 – 25 cps .040” D. A.
26 – 33 cps .020” D. A.

Typical Shock Input:
250 – 1000 g.

Low frequency vibration isolation and high deflection shock attenuation with minimum tilt under all conditions.

Reduce sound transmission from equipment to hull (i.e., to prevent submarine detection).

Designed to ensure equipment survival.

Stainless 633A Series.

2K Series and 2K Systems.

Cupmounts.

Standard Navy Mount Designs: EES and Portsmounth Mounts.

500 Series500SL SeriesHR Series22000 SeriesBarry-Bond SeriesIndustrial Conical Mount Series.

30005 Series (D.I.M.) Neoprene Pad

CableMountsVHC Series.

Merchant Engines; Generators.

Navigation and communications gear.

Radar; Sonar.

Plotting boards.

Radar antennae, etc.

Instruments, indicators, gages, etc.

Automatic control and logging systems.

Power plant.

Heavy seas.

Pumps.

Engine generators.

Salt spray.

Fungus.

Humidity.

Oil.

Sunlight and ozone.

Typical Vibration Input:
5 – 15 cps .060” D. A.
16 – 25 cps .040” D. A.
26 – 33 cps .020” D. A.
Low frequency vibration isolation and high deflection shock attenuation with minimum tilt under all conditions. 2K Series and 2K Systems.

Cupmounts.

Standard Navy Mount Designs: EES and Portsmounth Mounts.

500 Series500SL SeriesHR Series22000 SeriesBarry-Bond SeriesIndustrial Conical Mount Series.

30005 Series (D.I.M.) Neoprene Pad

CableMountsVHC Series.

SLM Series.

Marine Mount Series.

General Marine and Small Boats
Navigation and communications gear.

Sonar; Radar.

Engines; Generators.

Instruments, indicators, gages, etc.

Power plant.

Outboard motors.

Pumps.

Heavy seas.

Engine generators.

Salt spray.

Fungus.

Humidity.

Oil.

Sunlight and ozone.

Typical Vibration Input:
5-100 cps .005” to .050” D. A.Typical Shock Input:
8 to 10 g’s.
Low frequency vibration isolation to minimize energy transmission.

High-frequency isolation for shock protection and minimum noise transmission.

WR/WB Ring & Bushing Series.

Stainless 633A Series.

5200 Series6300/6550 Series.

500 Series500SL SeriesHR Series22000 SeriesBarry-Bond SeriesIndustrial Conical Mount Series.

LM SeriesLMS Leveler Series.

SLM Series.

30005 Series (D.I.M.) Neoprene Pad

Marine Mount Series.

Environment Typical Equipment to be Protected Sources of Vibration-Shock-Noise Other Destructive or Deteriorative Conditions Applicable Specifications and Typical Vibration, Shock, Noise Input Level Desirable Isolator Characteristics Applicable Barry Isolators or Systems
Trucks Cargo and passengers.

Indicators and controls.

Mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic operating components.

Communications equipment.

Engine.

Normal road shock.

Off-road terrain.

Heat and cold.

Humidity.

Lubricants.

Chemicals, hydraulic fluids, etc.

Sunlight and ozone.

Function of vehicle suspension system and road conditions. Attenuate high-frequency road shock and transient vibrations. Industrial Machinery Mounts; 633A Series.

Cable MountsVHC Series.

ME SeriesTTA & TTB Series.

SLM Series.

Military Vehicles

Tanks, Trucks and Jeeps.

Cargo and passengers.

Indicators and controls.

Mechanical, electrical hydraulic,

pneumatic operating components.

Communications equipment.

Fire control equipment.

Engine.

Normal road shock.

Off-road terrain.

Gunfire.

Heat and cold.

Humidity.

Fungus.

Lubricants.

Chemicals, hydraulic fluids, etc.

Sunlight and ozone.

Sand and dust.

Vibration: Package Test
(bounce test).Shock: MIL-S-901.Typical Vibration Input:
5 cps – 1.00” D. A.Typical Shock Input:
250 – 1000 g @ 2-6ms.
Natural frequency 25-35 cps.

Attenuate high-frequency road & terrain shock and transient vibrations.

Designed to ensure equipment survival.

T-Mounts; B-Mounts; Cupmounts.

5200 SeriesE21/E22 Series6300/6550 Series.

500 Series500SL SeriesHR Series22000 SeriesBarry-Bond SeriesIndustrial Conical Mount Series.

Cable Mounts.

ME SeriesTTA TTB Series.

Special High-Performance Mounts.

Military Transportable Shelters Shelters for Military field systems such as:
Communications centers.
Aircraft control centers.
Medical aid stations, etc.Equipment within shelters.
Air to ground transfer (18” free fall helicopter cable to ground).

Rough handling, dragging, etc.

Temperature extremes.

High humidity.

Fungus.

Salt spray.

Oils and chemicals.

Sunlight and ozone.

MIL-S-52509.

MIL-S-55286.
(Flat and rotational drops, 2-direction drag test, 2-inch pipe rolling, pivoting, or balancing).

Limits shock input to shelter to less than 30 g during flat or rotational drop tests. Lift truck access slots. Cable MountsVHC Series.

Specially designed Skid-Mounts.

Environment Typical Equipment to be Protected Sources of Vibration-Shock-Noise Other Destructive or Deteriorative Conditions Applicable Specifications and Typical Vibration, Shock, Noise Input Level Desirable Isolator Characteristics Applicable Barry Isolators or Systems
Laboratories.

Quality Control

Departments.

Fabrication Areas.

Spectrometers.

Electron microscopes.

Precision measuring equipment.

Optical and Mechanical vibration test equipment.

Compressors.

Air Conditioners.

Elevators.

Motor and rail traffic.

Personnel walking.

Natural seismic.

Air turbulence.

RF interference.

Temperature extremes.

Low threshold sensitivity of equipment to vibration/shock.

Low frequency fundamental modes of buildings, labs.

Typical 4-25 Hz.

Low natural frequency, 0.5 to 5.0 Hz as required, non linear damping, constant natural frequency regardless of load, automatic leveling. Serva-Levl Systems†.

Serva-Bench†.

STACIS†.

SLM Series.

†Serva-Levl, Serva-Bench and STACIS are part of our separate Active and Pnuematic Vibration Solutions brochure. To request a copy, please call 1-800-NONOISE

Environment Typical Equipment to be Protected Sources of Vibration-Shock-Noise Other Destructive or Deteriorative Conditions Applicable Specifications and Typical Vibration, Shock, Noise Input Level Desirable Isolator Characteristics Applicable Barry Isolators or Systems
Re-Usable Containers and Shipping Pallets Usually sensitive electronic, mechanical, or optical equipment such as:
Computers.
Gyroscopes.
Office copiers.
Radios.
Radar.
Laboratory equipment.
Missiles.
Handling.

Air, sea, truck and train transport.

Heat and cold.

Humidity.

Fungus.

Lubricants.

Chemicals.

Sunlight and ozone.

Sand and dust.

Vibration (rough handling):
Package Test (bounce test).
5 cps 1.00” D. A.Shock:
18” and 30” flat-drop and
corner-drop tests.NOTE: Other specific requirements determined by equipment manufacturer or transport carrier used.
High- deflection, low-frequency (5 to 10 cps) for maximum shock attenuation.

NOTE: Individual manufacturer’s specifications to ensure equipment survival.

Cupmounts.

Special shear mounts

Shipping-Container Mount Series.

SLM Series.

Cable MountsVHC Series

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