Reducing both vibration emission and immission have become important objectives in operating machinery and other equipment. The continuous gains in machine performance achieved during the past several years have generally provided for increases in rotation speed and cutting speed as well as in the impact force available for non-cutting shaping. For this reason, the amount of vibration generated and emitted to the environment has increased, requiring of manufacturers that they intensify their vibration-isolation measures in the context of environmental protection.
Principle of Vibration Isolation
The objective in installing a machine on vibration-isolating mounts is to reduce its impulse and sinusoidal vibration. In particular, it is the amplitude of the elastically-mounted machine’s movement that is to be held within certain constraints. In choosing a vibration insulator it is therefore absolutely necessary to provide for sufficient damping capacity!
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