Press Release Summary:
LabMate 9211 Series works in small labs where external vibrations adversely affect operation of sensitive equipment. Tabletops are 24 in. deep with three widths ranging from 24 to 35 in. Automatic leveling and air suspension provide vibration-controlled work environment with low natural frequencies and vertical and horizontal isolation for loads up to 440 lb. Tabletops are made of steel with stainless steel or plastic laminate.
Original Press Release:
Vibration Control For Small Spaces
BOSTON, MA - Kinetic Systems' exclusive Personal Vibration Isolation Workstations, the LabMate 9211 Series, are the ideal choice for applications where space is limited. Designed for use in small labs and other tight spaces where external vibrations adversely affect the operation of sensitive equipment, its sturdy construction will accommodate loads up to 440 pounds. The 9211 Series has been installed and proven in a variety of applications, including semiconductor processing, telecommunications, aerospace engineering, and medical research.
The 9211 Series is Class 100 cleanroom compatible, with Class 10 available as an option. Tabletops are 24" deep with three widths ranging from 24" to 35". Standard tabletops are constructed of VibraDamped steel with either stainless steel or plastic laminate. Custom tabletops are available. A front guard rail and leveling feet are included as part of the standard product.
Typical uses for the 9211 Series include balances, optical microscopes, cell injection, roundness checkers, surface profilometers, and many more. Units feature automatic leveling and a high-performance Active-Air Suspension which provide for a vibration-controlled work environment with low natural frequencies and excellent vertical and horizontal isolation efficiencies.
Customization options for the 9211 Series provide application-specific convenience. These include keyboard shelves, monitor stands, and even Faraday Cages for protection against electromagnetic interference. Electrical outlet strips for lighting and other electrical accessories, a rear guard rail, padded armrests for ergonomic comfort, and retractable casters for ease of repositioning are also available.
Kinetic Systems, Inc., is a leader in the design, manufacture, and marketing of vibration isolation equipment, optical tables, and related components used in a wide range of industries worldwide, including research and development, quality control, laboratories, and semiconductor manufacturing. For more information, contact John Bacevic, Jr., Director Marketing/Sales, Kinetic Systems, Inc., 20 Arboretum Road, Boston, MA 02131, TEL: (617) 522-8700, FAX: (617) 522-6323, www.kineticsystems.com.