Press Release Summary:
Suited for heavy-duty machinery mounting applications in corrosive environments, V10Z31 Series features mild steel mounting plates and high tensile steel springs, which are phosphated and dyed black. Isolators are made of knitted stainless steel mesh. Applications include machinery, compressors, pumps, and grain vibrators.
Original Press Release:
New Damped Type Spring Mounts From AAC
Are Designed for Heavy-Duty Machinery Mounting Applications
New Hyde Park NY -- A new Series of damped type spring mounts from Advanced Antivibration Components - AAC are designed for use in corrosive environments with loads from 150 to 750 pounds (68 to 340 kgf). These mounts are featured at the AAC eStore where you can order online, request a quote, download CAD models, check stock plus view catalog and technical pages.
Identified as V10Z31-... Series, their mounting plates are made of mild steel and their springs are made of high tensile steel; phosphated & dyed black. The isolators are made of knitted stainless steel mesh. Their applications include their use in: heavy loads, machinery, compressors, pumps, and grain vibrators.
AAC stocks a wide range of shock & vibration isolation products which include: stud & nut type mounts, base plate fastened mounts, wheels, leveling & foot mounts, suspension mounts, spring, steel mesh & cable mounts, bumpers, shock absorbers & channel mounts, bushings & grommets, pads & tapes, and couplings. These products are stocked in different materials including: rubber, neoprene, urethane, sorbothane, stainless steel mesh and springs. Many are suitable for use in extreme environmental conditions. Of special interest is a complete selection of Silicone Gel floor mounts, pads, sheets, plus paste-type thermal gel.
Detailed specifications are contained in Catalog V100, available free upon request from Advanced Antivibration Components - AAC, 2101 Jericho Turnpike, New Hyde Park, NY 11042-5416. Phone: 516-328-3662 Fax: 516-326-3365 Web: http://www.vibrationmounts.com/newproducts/Spring1.htm