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Introduction ................................................................................................................... ii
Unique Features of This Catalog ................................................................................ iii
Sales Conditions ........................................................................................................... iv
Pictorial Index ............................................................................................................... v
Part Number Index....................................................................................................... x
Listing of Additional Cylindrical Mounts ................................................................ xi
Selection Procedure for Rubber Mounts ................................................................... xii

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Stud & Nut Type Mounts ...................................................................... 1-1
Base Plate Fastened Mounts ................................................................. 2-1
Wheels, Leveling & Foot Mounts ......................................................... 3-1
Suspension Mount.................................................................................. 4-1
Spring, Steel Mesh & Cable Mounts .................................................... 5-1
Bumpers, Shock Absorbers & Channel Mounts ................................ 6-1
Bushings & Grommets ........................................................................... 7-1
Pads & Tapes ........................................................................................... 8-1
Couplings ................................................................................................ 9-1

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Vibration and Shock Isolation ............................................................. T1-1
Shaft Couplings ..................................................................................... T2-1

Alphabetical Index ....................................................................................................... A-0
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Designatronics, Inc., with its divisions and subsidiaries, has been involved since 1960 in the manufacture and distribution of different mechanical and electronic components.
Advanced Antivibration Components (AAC) is the division of Designatronics devoted to marketing
products exclusively related to elimination of vibration, energy absorption and protection of components
and devices from shock and possible destruction.
This is, today, an extremely important field, since instrumentation and recording devices are playing
more and more important roles in our daily lives. These devices are becoming miniaturized and portable
and, as a result, are becoming exposed to unexpected hazards.
In addition, different rotating machinery, moving vehicles, machine tools, household appliances, etc.
all require vibration control to eliminate undesirable effects that they may cause to their surroundings.
The understanding of the subject of Vibration and Shock requires some amount of theoretical knowledge of the theories which govern its causes and subsequent propagation. For this reason, an extensive Technical Section, which includes solved problems, is included in this publication.
This handbook contains the broadest offering available from a single source related to antivibration
products. In order to facilitate the selection of the proper product, an attempt was made to classify and
present the products in an especially organized sequence.
Furthermore, since our company is continuously providing services to the Design, Engineering and
Manufacturing segments for the last 44 years, we are keenly aware of the fact that immediate availability of components is usually required. Therefore, all items shown in this catalog are available from
stock.
I wish to acknowledge and to congratulate our Engineering staff and our Graphic Communications
Department for organizing and producing this handbook in such an extensive, attractive and explicit
manner.
Martin Hoffman
President
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Laboratory at Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan.
1) Our sister division, SDP, started marketing Vibration
He is a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical
Mounts in its first catalog published in 1971. It contained
Engineers and of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers,
only 24 pages of this type of product. Subsequently, in
and an Active Member of the International Institution for
1978, a special separate volume: Handbook of Vibration
Production Engineering Research (CIRP). He is the
Mounts was published. It contained a brief Technical
holder of 21 US patents and has authored many books
Section, but it reached a 55-product page size. The
and technical articles, some of which are listed below.
importance of this product line kept growing and, as a
result of it, in 1990 the Vibration and Shock Mount
4) Our previous catalogs included only conventionally known
Handbook was published. It contained a 52-page
vibration elimination components. This catalog also
Technical Section and 89 pages of products. More
features shock absorbers and shaft couplings capable of
than 15,000 copies were distributed. Subsequently, the
elimination of shock and vibration from shaft to shaft.
Vibration Mount product line became section 8 in the
joint SDP/SI inch and metric catalogs.
5) There are catalogs of this type of product circulated;
however, the uniqueness of this catalog is its breadth and
2) Feedback from our Engineering, as well as Marketing
versatility. In addition to this, all products featured are
Departments, indicated that for proper marketing of this
available from stock for immediate delivery. This feature
product line an extensive Technical Section is needed,
is extremely important for new designs where prototype
which was not available in the joint SDP/SI Catalogs. In
testing is an imperative.
addition to this, many new product lines related to
vibration elimination became available worldwide. These
facts gave rise to the publishing of this catalog in order to 6) In addition to the listed stock items, tooling is available for
many types and sizes of cylindrical vibration mounts.
provide proper support and marketing capabilities, and
These are available with metric or inch size studs. In spite
ADVANCED ANTIVIBRATION COMPONENTS Company
of the fact that only small prototype quantities may be
was created as a separate Division of Designatronics Inc.
required, specially low setup charges will be made for this
type of order. For quote requests for these "out of stock "
3) In order to provide a revised and broadened Technical
type mounts, please use the numbering system and
Section, we availed ourselves of the services of Eugene
procedure shown on the next page.
Rivin, Professor and Director of the Machine Tool

Title

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ISBN Number

Mechanical Design of Robots

McGraw Hill, August, 1987

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70529922

Stiffness and Damping in
Mechanical Design

Marcel Dekker, May, 1999

512

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Passive Vibration Isolation

ASME Press, July, 2003

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079180187X

The Science of Innovation

TRIZ Group, 1997

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328.M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Pictorial Index www.com Phone: 516.3662 Fax: 516.328.vibrationmounts.3365 Square Pages 1-2 thru 1-4 Cylindrical Pages 1-5 thru 1-32 Silicone Gel Page 1-36 Ring Pages 1-37 & 1-38 Base-Flange Page 2-2 Base-Silicone Gel Page 2-3 Plate Page 2-4 thru 2-8 Finger-Flex Assemblies Page 2-9 & 2-10 Cup Page 2-11 Base-Cylindrical Pages 2-12 & 2-13 Base-Dome Page 2-14 Base-Neoprene Pages 2-15 & 2-16 M-Style Page 2-18 V-Style Pages 2-19 & 2-20 Mounts v Rectangular Pages 2-21 thru 2-23 .

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Level
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Leveling-ISO Pad
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Leveling-Conical
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Leveling-Carry
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Suspension-Spring
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Suspension-Rubber
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Spring-Elliptic Leaf
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Spring-Foam
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Spring-Damped
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Spring-Silicone Gel
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Steel Spring & Mesh
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Steel Mesh
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Spring-Suspension
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Bumpers–Radial
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Bumpers–Conical
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Channel
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Bumpers–Rectangular
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Shock Absorbers
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Finger-Flex
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Bolt–Tandem
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Bolt–Ring & Bushing
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Vinyl Elastomer Grommets
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Bolt Washer
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Pads–Paired Ribbed
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4 1.10 .7 25 33 50 67 15 5. 6.18 .5 STATIC DEFLECTION (INCHES) b) Referring to the load deflection graphs of the styles likely to be chosen.6 2.7 1.03 500 f) More than one style may have load-deflection curvesthat are suitable. the deflection will be greater than the minimum required.2 0. compression and/or shear. Otherwise. Vibration Frequency vs Static Deflection vs Isolation Efficiency VIBRATION FREQUENCY (Hz) 10.328.5 .3662 Fax: 516. space available for the mounts. 11.3 15 16.8 .0 7.038 1500 . Except for special cases..com Phone: 516. locate the point of intersection with the minimum static deflection found in step 4. in the absence of any overriding consideration. i. above) on the appropriate graph.7 25 23 20 18 150 c) Moving horizontally to the right on the graph.5 100 4. attachment facilities.8 60 90 80 80 70 95 85 85 99 93 93 97 1.Selection Procedure for Rubber Mounts www. distribute weight accordingly.328.09 . 7. above) at the chosen percent isolation (Step 3).7 4.1 3. and note the styles whose maximum loads are greater than the load each mount is to carry. Choose the percent isolation that will be satisfactory for the purpose. Note that a mount must give at least this minimum static deflection. 3.1 VIBRATION FREQUENCY (CYCLES PER MINUTE) xii 4000 0.07 0.3 2.0 1.5 2. This is only true when having even weight distribution.76 RESONANCE RESONANCE NATURAL NATURAL FREQUENCY FREQUENCY . Total weight divided by the number of mounting positions is the load for each mount. possible in-creased load requirements in the future. as the load (Step 1) is not sufficient to produce the required minimum deflection (Step4). a) Having selected the mount series. 81% isolation is generally considered satisfactory. Determine the lowest forcing frequency of the vibration source to be supported by the mounts. etc. with the specific load applied.0 10. load range. 8.7 13. at the given load. 3. relative advantage of addi tional isolation. 2.) required by the application.3 0. usually the mount that is selected has its curve closest to the point of intersection (Step 6c).0 12.06 0. However.025 3000 .3 7.8 ISOLATION ISisIOLATION EFFICIENCY % EFFICIENCY % 2. the mount is not recommended for this static load.04 0. constraints on allowable deflection.0 200 d) Mounts with curves above this point of intersection cannot be used. refer to the in dividual styles.23 0. Select the mount that is designed to operate in your temperature range and environment.5 1.25 0. Note.3365 1. attachment requirements.38 .0 10 3.15 0.13 . Select the mount series with the physical features (shape.0 9.05 800 .5 .0 6. find the static deflection for the forcing frequency (Step 2.05 REGION REGION OF OF AMPLIFICATION AMPLIFICATION .01 2000 0.2 0.15 0.27 .3 STATIC DEFLECTION (CM) 5. the mount with the minimum deflection at the applied load.0 400 e) Mounts with curves below the point of intersection can be used as. etc. Referring to the Basic Vibration Chart below.vibrationmounts. The final selection can depend on other requirements such as the cost of the mounts.e.0 8. This is usually equal to the operating speed in revolutions per minute. 10 6.0 5.to provide the desired isolation.0 .“fail-safe" safety feature.08 .e.9 .6 1. i. that if the applied load is above the line x--x on a curve.015 900 1000 0.076 600 .0 . 2. 300 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE . Determine the load that each mount will bear when supporting the equipment weight.. locate the applied load value (Step 1. 5. however.02 700 0.0 .

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6 (1.7 (0.0 (5) — 2.8) 2.8 (0.328.3) 7.8 (0.04 0.9) 3.0 (3. C x 12 LOAD (lb.8 (0.4 (1.5) #8-32 NC (TYP) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.3365 • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 5.3662 Fax: 516.3) 2.8) 3.9 (0.2) — 7.54) S E C T I O N 1 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .4 (2.2 (0. Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber 3/8 (9.8 (0.27) 4.4) .8) — Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.4) 5.6 (0.5) 3/8 (9.3) 7.5) 1/2 (12. (kgf) 1100 1750 1500 1250 2000 2250 2500 2750 3000 3600 1.9 (1.6 (0.5) — — — — — 1.vibrationmounts.1) 1.5) — 1.5 (0.8) 12.3 (5.2 (1) — — 3.10 0.0 (0.6 (1.9 (2.6) 13.7) 3.3 (2) .25 0.1 (3.4) 3.1 (2.06 0. lesser loads will yield less than 81% isolation.4 (1.4 (1.7) 1.1 (1.7 (2.8 (0.3) 2. x 14 x 10 8 B x 6 A x x 8 SHEAR x x 6 x x x B x 4 x A x 4 x 2 2 0 0.4 (0.9 (1.9) — 3.12 0 0.6 TO 7.3 kgf) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF 2.8) .2 kgf) Fasteners – Steel.1 POUNDS(1. 12 18 16 D D 10 C COMPRESSION x LOAD (lb.27) 6.5) 1.02 0.7) 3/8 (9.6) 11.15 0.8 (0.9) 1.7 (3.6 (1.8 (6.7) 10. 1-2 5.) 0.1 (2.5) 11.8 (1. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.6) 2.1 (1) 2.8) — 2.2) — 2.10 0.4) 5.1 (1.7) .2) 1.6) — 1.1 (0.9 (2.5) .) NOTE: Maximum unthreaded portion of stud does not exceed 1/16 inch (1.8 (1.1 (3.1 TO 13.1 (2.1) — 3.30 DEFLECTION (in.5 (2.3) *At these forcing frequencies.9 (4) 1.8) * * 5.3 TO 6.2) 2.com Phone: 516.8 POUNDS (2.9 (1.7 (0.2) 6.) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Catalog Number Mode Maximum Load lb.4) 8.9 (0.20 0.6 (0.3 (4.3) 3.05 DEFLECTION (in.7) 1.6) — 5.1 (2.0 (2.08 0.1 (5) 5.4 (1.7) 2.3 (0.8 lbs.3) .) LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.328.• MATERIAL: Square Mounts – To 13.59 mm).6) 1.8 (1.3 (0.5) 7.2) 2.7 (3.6 (1.18) — 1.2 TO 3.9 (0.6) 8. (kgf) V10Z 1-321A V10Z 1-321B V10Z 1-321C V10Z 1-321D Compression Shear Compression Shear Compression Shear Compression Shear 5.6 (1. www.3) 1.3) .1 (1) * * * * 3.3) — 4.

lesser loads will yield less than 81% isolation.5) — 3.5) — — — 2.7) — 2.01 0.7 (2.14 S E C T I O N 1 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .328.2 (3.) 0.9) — 3.08 0.0 (5.9) — 2.) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Catalog Number Mode Maximum Load lb.6) * 11.9 (3.02 DEFLECTION (in.7 (4) 5.06 0.05 0 0.3662 Fax: 516.0 (2.5) 12.1 (1.) 14 LOAD (lb.6 (1.5) — 4.5) 4.9 (4.8 (2.02 0.4 (1.4 (2) 8.5 (2.1 (0.0 (1.1 (2.2) — 7.6 (0.3) — 4.04 0.3 (1. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads. (kgf) 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 2750 3000 3600 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.1) * 3.3 (0.8 (5.4) * 0.5) * 4.5 (0.5) #8-32 NC (TYP) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.9 POUNDS (2 TO 4.4 TO 9.9 (0.59 mm).9 (0.7 (3.4 (7) 9.4 lbs.8 (3.5 kgf) Fasteners – Steel.1) 5.6) 5/16 (7.9) 6.5 (2) 1.2 (1.04 0.7) *At these forcing frequencies.12 0. Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber 7/32 (5. www.6) — 4.2) 3.com Phone: 516.9) 3/8 (9.vibrationmounts.54) 15.6 (2.6) — 1.7 (3) — 1.4 (2.328.6) — 6.8 (1.5 (5.6 (3) 4.5) — 1. 12 18 16 NOTE: Maximum unthreaded portion of stud does not exceed 1/16 inch (1. x x 10 x x 12 C x 8 COMPRESSION x LOAD (lb.03 0.9 (2.2 (1) — 4.8) * — 11.1) 1.5 (1.7) — 8.2) — 6.M PONENT • MATERIAL: Square Mounts – To 15.10 DEFLECTION (in.1) — 3. D D x B 10 x 8 A x x 6 C SHEAR x x B 6 x 4 x x A x 4 2 2 0 0.5 (3. 1-3 — 1.4) 7.3365 • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 6.6 TO 15.4) * — — 4.8) — 5. (kgf) V10Z 1-322A V10Z 1-322B V10Z 1-322C V10Z 1-322D Compression Shear Compression Shear Compression Shear Compression Shear 6.2) * 8.) LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.0 (3.8 (2.5) 3/8 (9.5) * 8.4 POUNDS (3 TO 7 kgf) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF 4.

328.0 (2.1 (4.9) * 9.8 (1.3) — — — 2.4) .3 (1. lesser loads will yield less than 81% isolation.3662 Fax: 516.5 (1.328.7) 3/8 (9. www.6 (0.2 (2.3 kgf) Fasteners – Steel.6 kgf) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF 2.5) 1/2 (12.8 TO 7.3 (2.6) 2.6 (2.0 (1. Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber 9/16 (14. (kgf) 950 1100 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.5 lbs.8 (1.10 0.7) #8-32 NC (TYP) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.1 (0.0 (2.5) — .6) 3.6 (1.com Phone: 516.9 (0. 10 40 D 8 30 COMPRESSION 25 20 B x 15 x x x SHEAR C 6 x x B 4 x x x x 2 x 5 A x A x x 10 0 x C LOAD (lb.3) 9/16 (14.) LOAD (lb.1) * * 6.59 mm).) LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.5 (2) .7) 2.3) — — — 6.9) 3.2) 3.3) — 4. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.7 (0.vibrationmounts.5 (6.5 (5.2 (1) — 1.9) — 1.3) 2.8 (1.5 (2. (kgf) V10Z 1-323A V10Z 1-323B V10Z 1-323C V10Z 1-323D Compression Shear Compression Shear Compression Shear Compression Shear 6.7) 3.9) 1.1) 2.6) 7.3 POUNDS (1.1 (0.6) 8.05 0.1) 2.2 (0.10 0.5 (1.0 (4.3) — — — — 5.5 (3.) 0.4) 8.) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Catalog Number Mode Maximum Load lb.5 (2.5) * — 10.6) 2.9 (1.20 0.8 (3.08 0.5 (3.30 S E C T I O N 1 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .25 DEFLECTION (in. D 35 NOTE: Maximum unthreaded portion of stud does not exceed 1/16 inch (1.0 (5.6 (0.04 0.5 POUNDS (3 TO 6.02 0.14 0 DEFLECTION (in.6 (0.0 (1. 1-4 3.1) 2.5) 2.5 (1.8 (1.15 0.8) — 2.4) 1.8 TO 14.1) *At these forcing frequencies.3) 1/2 (12.9) 1.9 (0.3 TO 3.7) — 1.3) — 2.3 (1) — 14.9 (0.8) 4.3) 8.9 (1. x 0.06 0.2 (1) 0.3365 • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 6.3) * 6.• MATERIAL: Square Mounts – To 14.0 (3.4) 5.4) 14.12 0.7) — — — 5.5 (6.7) 4.3 (3.6) 11.5) 12.

2 TO 2.6 (0.5) 13.8) 1.3) 6.6 (1.6) 8.5 (0.7 (2.1) 1.5 (0.6) 10.7 (0.25 0.4 (4.6) 4.9) 2.2 (1.10 0.0 (0.7 (0.0 (0.8) 2.9 (0.3 lbs.7 (1.2 (0.4 (2) *At these forcing frequencies.9 (0.7) #8-32 NC (TYP) 7/16 (11.0 (0.328.9) 1.5 (0.0 (0. Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber 3/8 (9.9 (1. 8 x D A 8 x 6 x x x 4 5 SHEAR x B x 4 A x x 3 x 2 2 1 COMPRESSION 0 0.) LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.1) 2.4 (2.vibrationmounts.5 (1.59 mm).22) 6.3 POUNDS (2.8 (0.9 (0.5) .4 (1.7 (0.7) * * 4.2 (1) 2.1 (2.7) 1.9) 1.2 (1.6 (1.2) 2.8 (0.04 0.5) 1/2 (12.9 (1.8) 1.1 (0.3) .2) — — — — — — — — — 1.9 (2.4 (1.4 (4.4) .0 (3. 14 C 7 x x xx 6 10 x B LOAD (lb.8) 3.4) 7.2 TO 6 kgf) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF 2.7) 3.1) 1.) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Catalog Number Mode Maximum Load lb. lesser loads will yield less than 81% isolation.27) 5.7) 5.45) S E C T I O N 1 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .3 (0.• MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – To 13.4) .3) .5) 2.2 (2.2) 1.9) 1.9 TO 13.9) 1.2) 1.10 0.9 kgf) Fasteners – Steel.2) 5.) NOTE: Maximum unthreaded portion of stud does not exceed 1/16 inch (1.8 (0.9) — 2.4 (1.6) — — — 4.3 (6) 6.2 (1.8 (2.4 (0.5) . 1-5 3.0 (1.08 0.5) — — — 2.4 (2.4) 9.328.7) — 13.1) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.1) 3.9) 1.4 (0.3) 5.12 0 DEFLECTION (in.7 (3.4 POUNDS (1.9) 10.54) 1.6 (2.05 0. www.) 0.5) 7.15 0.8) 4.5) 2.3 (2.30 DEFLECTION (in.5 (3.9) 1.2) 2.6 (1.3662 Fax: 516.3365 • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 4.8 (4.5) — — 6.5 (1.3 (2.4) 1.6 (0.9) 3.7 (1.1 (0.7 (0.20 0.06 0.com Phone: 516.3 (1.6 (1. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.6) 1.2) .5) * * 2. (kgf) 1000 1250 1750 1500 2000 2250 2500 2750 3000 3600 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.9) * * 3. (kgf) V10Z 2-302A V10Z 2-302B V10Z 2-302C V10Z 2-302D Compression Shear Compression Shear Compression Shear Compression Shear 4.02 0.7 TO 6. D C x 12 LOAD (lb.1 (5.4) 4.

5 POUNDS (2 TO 5. (kgf) 1000 1250 4.4) 22.7 (1.8) 10.0 (1.) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Compression V10Z 2-301A A x 5 DEFLECTION (in.6 (1.4) 11.3662 Fax: 516.8) 1.7 (1.4 (4.3) 25. 24 x D x LOAD (lb.20 DEFLECTION (in.9) 14.2 (1) 3.1) 10. * * 1.3 (2.0 (6.0 (0.7 (0.7 (3) 9.1) 1. (kgf) — — 3.04 0.6 (4.vibrationmounts.2) 4.2 (1.4) 15.5 (5.4 TO 12.3) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Shear Catalog Number 1500 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 2750 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.5 (2) 9.2 (5.3 (1.1) 8.0 (3.6 (5.7) #8-32 NC (TYP) 9/16 (14.9) *At these forcing frequencies.) NOTE: Maximum unthreaded portion of stud does not exceed 1/16 inch (1.8 (0.30 S E C T I O N 1 • MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – To 25 lbs.0 (1. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.04) 4.04) 3.6) 2.0 (7.2 (8.328.2) 8.27) 4.1) 12. lesser loads will yield less than 81% isolation.08 0. Zinc Plated Isolater – Natural Rubber 3/8 (9.0 (0.9 (1.59 mm).0 (1.6) 4.com Phone: 516.77) 2.7) 4.9) 2.3 (1.10 V10Z 2-301B V10Z 2-301C V10Z 2-301D 8.0 (5. (kgf) — 6.0 (4.3 (1.7) 1.5) 5.4) 9. www.8 (3.9) 3.02 0.3) 2.0 (11.6) — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Maximum Load lb.) Catalog Number B x 8 0 Maximum Load lb.9 (0.10 0 0.2 (2.8 (1.9) 11.6) 6.2 (6.2 (2.5) * * 2.1 (1.06 0.4 (2.) LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.6) 12.4 (2) 6.328.3) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.8) 6.7) 6.2 (4.0 (4.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .6 TO 11.82) 2.9) 3.7 kgf) Fasteners – Hardened Steel.32) 4.5) 1/2 (12.3 kgf) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF 4.0 (10) 3.8 (2.1) — 2.8) 6.3 (0.3) 1000 1250 V10Z 2-301A V10Z 2-301B V10Z 2-301C V10Z 2-301D 1750 2000 2250 2500 3000 3600 2.5 (2.8 (1.5 (2.4) 16.8) * * * 2.• FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 8 TO 25 POUNDS (3.0 (1.3 (2.0 (3.2 (3.6 (2.4) 5.5) 6. 1-6 0.3) 18.9) 4. (kgf) C SHEAR C 20 D x LOAD (lb. 15 28 x 10 COMPRESSION x 16 x B x 12 x x A x x x x x 4 0.9) 0.2 (1.7) 3000 3600 * * * * 2750 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.

) 0.0 (1.5 (12.01 0.2 (2.5 (7.1) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.6) 17.3662 Fax: 516.0 (7.4) 2.5) 1750 2000 2250 2500 3000 3600 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.5 (9.5 (1.4 TO 11.6) * 6.• MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – To 28.9 (5.8) 28.7) 4.09) 2.8) 16.4 (3.4 (2) 3. (kgf) *At these forcing frequencies.6 (2.9) * 12.3 (3.5) 10.3) 5.) NOTE: Maximum unthreaded portion of stud does not exceed 1/16 inch (1. lesser loads will yield less than 81% isolation.5 (11.9) 11. B B 30 LOAD (lb.7) — 9.4) * S E C T I O N 1 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE . data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.50 0 DEFLECTION (in.328.410 (10.5) #1/4-20 NC (TYP) 3/4 (19.59 mm).6 (1.4 (1.05 0. 1-7 21.1) — 3.13) — 25.328.0 (10) 8.04 0.9 kgf) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF 8.4 kgf) Fasteners – Steel.5 (2.) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Catalog Number V10Z 2-307A V10Z 2-307B Mode Compression Shear Compression Shear Maximum Load lb.4) 3/8 (9. A x 15 x x A 8 x 4 10 5 0 0. Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber .5 POUNDS (10 TO 12.com Phone: 516.7 (2.10 0. 16 35 25 x x 12 SHEAR x COMPRESSION x 20 LOAD (lb.8) 3.0 (5.3365 • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 22 TO 28.02 0.vibrationmounts.8 TO 5. (kgf) 1500 22.7 (1.15 DEFLECTION (in.8) — 4.5) 7.) LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.9 POUNDS (3.03 0.4) — — — 6.5 (4.5 lbs.9 (4. www.

) 0.4) 15. (kgf) V10Z 2-305A 40 (18. Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber 1/2 (12.1) 29.4) 22.M PONENT • MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – To 75 lbs.7) V10Z 2-305D 42 (19.4) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.9) 12.8 (7.9) 33.5 (7.5 (8.9) V10Z 2-305B 43 (19.0 (4.02 0.com Phone: 516. (kgf) *At these forcing frequencies. LOAD (lb.5) 30.0 (33.8) 6.0 (7.3365 • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 40 TO 75 POUNDS (18.0 (5) 9.5 (5.5 (5.1) — — — — 30.2) 17.6 (4.5 (4.12 x 0 0.7) 74. (kgf) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Shear 1750 2000 2250 2500 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.1 TO 34 kgf) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF 19 TO 42 POUNDS (8.3 (3.4) 11.2) 20.5 (17.9) V10Z 2-305C 37 (16.5 (13.0 (15) 23. 1-8 S E C T I O N 1 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .20 0.1) 10.7) 17/32 (13.5 (9.08 x 10 20 0 B A 0.8) 24.2) 9. lesser loads will yield less than 81% isolation.5 (30.15 0.vibrationmounts.5 (10.2) 45.6) 15.1) 12. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.8 (11.6) 24. D 70 C 160 60 C COMPRESSION LOAD (lb.04 0.5 (4.3 (2.3) 13.10 0.5 (12.9) 11. 200 80 D 180 NOTE: Maximum unthreaded portion of stud does not exceed 1/16 inch (1.7 (7.6 TO 19.) LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.2) 13.7) 8.05 DEFLECTION (in.5) 27.10 x 0.5 (13.5 (10.0 (2.6) — — — — V10Z 2-305D 75 (34) — — — — Catalog Number Maximum Load lb.5) 39.25 0.5) 47.5 (7) 10.5 (26.) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Compression 1100 1250 1500 1750 2750 3000 3600 19.0 (7.6) 6.) 140 120 100 x 80 x B x x 60 x 50 SHEAR x x x 40 x 30 A 20 x 40 x x x 0.30 DEFLECTION (in.6) 55.6) 15.5) 19.0 (5.3) 22.0 (18.5 (5.8) 16.5) — — — — 38.9) * * V10Z 2-305B 21 (9.1) — 40.0 (6.06 0.0 (13.8) — 31.5) 1/4-20 NC (TYP) 1 (25.5 (25. (kgf) 1100 1250 1500 V10Z 2-305A 19 (8.6) 38.6) 58.5 (20.59 mm).3) * * * * 14.8) 8.5 (6.3) * * * 18.0 (8.5) 2750 3000 3600 * * * * 5.3 (2.5 (8.3662 Fax: 516.0 (10) 2500 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.328.328.0 (3.7) — 67. www.5 (14.3) 17.2) V10Z 2-305C 74 (33.0 (10.1 kgf) Fasteners – Steel.5 (17.3) * 2000 2250 Catalog Number Maximum Load lb.5 (21.0 (17.

5 (5.8) C 34 (15.3) 24.9) 21.com Phone: 516.8 (6.0 (14.3 (2.0 (7.9) Load Rating Maximum Load lb.2) 5.3) 2000 2250 Load Rating Maximum Load lb.7) 14.0 (11.5 (2) 11.0 (10.5) 8.8) 9.2) 5.5 (1.7) B 40 (18.1) 14.0 (2. B.2 (2. (kgf) Shear Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb. ∆Load Rating A.0 (9.5 (9.0 (6.5 (13.4) — 24.4) 9.1) 20.5 (4.0 (8. 1-9 * 0.8) C 60 (27.3 (3.0 (7.2) 55.5) — 13.05 DEFLECTION (in.3 (1) B 21 (9.1) 1 (25.8) 6.5 (11.14 xx A 15 5 0.0 (16.3662 Fax: 516. see table below.5) 26. (kgf) 850 1100 1250 A 18 (8.2) 21.5 (12.0 (1.3) 3.328. 90 LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.) 60 x 50 B x 4 x 30 x A x B 0. (kgf) *At these forcing frequencies.8) 1.• FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 33 TO 79 POUNDS (15 TO 35.6 (1.0 (7. Compression Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute 850 1100 1250 1500 1750 3000 3600 10.5 (19.5 (18) 28.0 (22.0 (4.8 (0.12 0.1) 7.5 (3.5 (11.7) 3000 3600 1.7) 17.35 S E C T I O N 1 • MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – To 79 lbs.1) — — — 39.2) 7. Catalog Number ∆ V10Z 2-300 V10Z 2-317 ∆ D x 80 x D 40 x x x 35 70 Thread Thread Length 1/4–20 NC 1/2 (12.5 (4.8 (1.10 0.1) — 32.2 (5.2) 1.4) 10.7 (6.1) 17. or D.25 DEFLECTION (in.4) SEE TABLE NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are in mm.3) 17.06 x 2 10 0.04 SHEAR 25 10 0.2 (1.6) 14.1) D 40 (18.8) 29.4) 6.9) 43.6) 7.8) 7.2 (4.0 (7.0 (4.2) 16.10 0.9) 10.7) 2. Zinc Plated Isolater – Natural Rubber 3/4 (19.) 0.1 kgf) Fasteners – Steel.5 (5.0 (16.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .0 (2. www.3) 9.0 (2.3) 2.4) 4.20 0.6) 12.7) 11.3) COMPRESSION LOAD (lb.0 (5.02 x 30 2 0 C C x x 0 0.15 0.7) 11.328.2 (0.8 (1. lesser loads will yield less than 81% isolation.9) 17.3) 5.0 (13. C.4) 24.0 (24.6 mm).7) 5/16–18 NC 9/16 (14.0 (7.7) 36.8) 4.vibrationmounts.08 0.8 kgf) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF 18 TO 40 POUNDS (8.3) 7.30 0.3) 12. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.) LOAD (lb.2 TO 18.8 (0.0 (3. (kgf) A 33 (15) — — — 29.5) 16.8) — — — — 72.0 (2.0 (3.5 (32.0 (9.3 (4.7) 2500 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.2) — — — — 49.5) 2.5) * 3.2 (3.) NOTE: Maximum unthreaded portion of stud does not exceed 1/16 inch (1.2) D 79 (35.0 (3.2) 37.8) 19.0 (5.

lesser loads will yield less than 81% isolation.9) 9.0 (6.0 (8.0 (20. Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber 9/16 (14.5 (1.50 0.06 0. 1-10 * * * * * 4.8) 7.1) 16.16 0.5) 35 (15.3365 • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 37 TO 86 POUNDS (16. D C x 60 x x B x 40 x A SHEAR 30 25 x B 20 x x A 15 x x 10 20 5 0 0.04 0.5 (14.9) 16.8) (17.5 (5) (6.4) 19. (kgf) — — — 35.4) 14.3) 20. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.0 (11.) LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.6) 12 (5.9) 34.0 (8.0 (8. (kgf) 700 950 16 (7.7) 23.0 (2.3) 24.9) *At these forcing frequencies.) 3.8) 32.1) 5.12 0.5 (11.0 (5.4) * * * * * * 0.0 (10.0 26.9) 80.8 TO 39 kgf) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF 16 TO 43 POUNDS (7.0 (2.0 (9.5 (7.3 TO 19.02 0.328.20 1100 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.0 (5.0 48.5 (9. (kgf) — — — 8 (3.3) (9.0 (36.6) 29.5 (3.1) (12) 38.2) 26.0 (1.2) 13.5 (4. 45 100 D x x C 35 COMPRESSION x x LOAD (lb.9) — — — — — — — — — — — — Maximum Load lb.5 (2.40 DEFLECTION (in.2) 24.) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Compression Catalog Number V10Z 2-316A V10Z 2-316B V10Z 2-316C V10Z 2-316D Maximum Load lb. (kgf) 37 (16.0 (13.0 (7.0 (26.08 0.5) 2500 3000 — — Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Shear Catalog Number 0.0 (21.0 13.3662 Fax: 516.8) 11.4) 46.0 (15.0 (15.7) 32.6) 5.7) 7.3) 30.18 0 0.8) 48 (21.328.6) 0.5 (10.5) 13.3) 21 (9.9) 86 (39) 700 950 V10Z 2-316A V10Z 2-316B V10Z 2-316C V10Z 2-316D 1100 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 3000 — — Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.5) 10.com Phone: 516.14 0.5 (4.) 80 x 40 x LOAD (lb.60 S E C T I O N 1 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .• MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – To 86 lbs.10 0. 120 NOTE: Maximum unthreaded portion of stud does not exceed 1/16 inch (1.3) 18.5) 16 (7.30 0.3) * * * * 6.5 kgf) Fasteners – Steel.9) 43 (19.59 mm).0 (4.0 (14.4) 5/16-18 NC (TYP) 1 (25.3) 18.3) 7.5) 6.4) 9.5 (2.5 (3.10 DEFLECTION (in.8) 57 (25. www.4) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.8) 59.vibrationmounts.3) 1 (25.5 (3.0 20.

6) 45.8) 13.0 (5) V10Z 2-311B 74 (33.) LOAD (lb.10 DEFLECTION (in.6) * * * * V10Z 2-311C 66 (29.6) — 31.5 (20.0 (14.4) 11.0 (20.20 0.0 (2.0 (45.0 (15. lesser loads will yield less than 81% isolation.3365 • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 47 TO 105 POUNDS (21.6) 22. 1-11 S E C T I O N 1 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .6) 14.2) 25.2) 27.5 (6.8) 11.0 (27.) 0.5 (3.0 (33.0 (12.9) 12.328.7) V10Z 2-311C 96 (43.5 (22) 35.M PONENT • MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – To 105 lbs.9) 48.10 0.0 (5.1) * * V10Z 2-311D 66 (29.2) 13.7 (34.25 0.6) 14.5 (16.6) — — — 72. Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber 9/16 (14.0 (15) 26.0 (17.6 kgf) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF 27 TO 66 POUNDS (12.) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Compression 700 950 1100 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 3000 Catalog Number Maximum Load lb. (kgf) V10Z 2-311A 47 (21.4) 28.15 0. 200 80 D D C 180 70 x B LOAD (lb. (kgf) *At these forcing frequencies.9) — 61.0 (6.0 (17.4) 38.9) * Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.2) 30.vibrationmounts.4) 1-3/8 (34.0 (10) 19.30 0.5 (4.1) 19.6) 10.0 (13.0 (12.7) 38.5 (6.6) — — — — 100.3) — — — 44.2) 30.50 DEFLECTION (in.0 (10) 18. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.40 0.2) 21.1) 11.8) V10Z 2-311D 105 (47.9) 10.2) 43.5 (5.5 (4.5 (13.5 (8.5) 34.05 0.5 (12) 19.5 (5.8) 22.0 (9.3) 55.8) 8.3) 1 (25.5 (7.2) 9.9 kgf) Fasteners – Steel. (kgf) 700 V10Z 2-311A 27 (12.8) 8.1) 56.0 (4.3 TO 47.0 (8.5 (11.5 (5.20 0.0 (3.7) * * * * * V10Z 2-311B 41 (18.0 (8. (kgf) — Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Shear 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250 Catalog Number Maximum Load lb.4) 73.7) 19.0 (12.5) — — — — 75.0 (4.com Phone: 516.30 0 0.5 (25.9) — 53.0 (8.5 (32.328.1) 27.0 (19.2 TO 29.9) 5/16-18 NC (TYP) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.) COMPRESSION 120 x 100 x A x x 80 x x 60 x 60 140 LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.5 (25.5) 17.3) 33.2) 9.5 (24.2) 19.6) 950 1100 2500 3000 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.5 (8. C x x 160 50 SHEAR B x 40 x 30 x A x x 20 40 x 10 20 0 0.5 (8. www.3662 Fax: 516.1) 6.

0 (40.5 (2.0 (24) 7.20 0.vibrationmounts.6) — — — — — — — — 27.5) 17.8) 19.3662 Fax: 516.0 (6.0 (6.0 (5) 18.4) 25.6 0.8) 70.9) 30.6) 64 (29) 90 (40.9) 14.3365 • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 41 TO 120 POUNDS (18.0 (7.7) 8.9) 41.4 0. 100 x 80 x x A x 60 x 50 x 40 x 30 Catalog Number V10Z 2-310A 0.6) 6.0 (3.4) 20.25 0.7 (3) 10.8) 32.5 TO 28.5 (32) 10.5 (9.com Phone: 516.3) * * * 14.6 kgf) Fasteners – Steel.0 (36.5) 31 (14.5) 55.0 (10.05 0.0 (22.0 (3.5 (3.5 (14.5 (3.1) 48 (21.8) 120 (54.6) 15.5) 48.8) 63 (28. 1-12 1 0.0 (11.3) 41.0 (8. 80 D 160 C D 70 x 140 LOAD (lb.5 (2.4) 26.0 (4.5 (8.6 (14. Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber 9/16 (14.) 850 x 10 0 600 B x x 20 Maximum Load lb.4) 14.6) 53.4) 8.30 0.10 0.9) 89.0 (18.2 0.3) * * * * 8.5) 11.5 (7.3 0.0 (5) 20.8) 5.9) 16.) 60 B x 120 COMPRESSION x LOAD (lb.8) 5/16-18 NC (TYP) 1-1/4 (31.1) 38.3) 1-1/4 (31. (kgf) 600 850 21 (9. lesser loads will yield less than 81% isolation.0 (24.9) 14.5 (15.1 0.6 TO 54.2) 12.5) 8.5 (7) 27.0 (9. www.5 (12.5 (3.0 (9.3) 50.5 (12) 2500 3000 — Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Shear Catalog Number 950 950 1100 1250 1500 1750 2000 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.1) 19.8) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.35 0 V10Z 2-310B V10Z 2-310C V10Z 2-310D V10Z 2-310A V10Z 2-310B V10Z 2-310C V10Z 2-310D 1100 1250 1500 1750 2000 2500 3000 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.3) — — — — — Maximum Load lb.5) *At these forcing frequencies. (kgf) x SHEAR 20 40 Compression C x * * * * * 5.328.6) 32.0 (6.) LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.6) 20.0 (3.8) 80.4) 24.5 (4.0 (21. (kgf) — — — 34.6) * 0.328. (kgf) — — — 11.4 kgf) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF 21 TO 63 POUNDS (9.5 DEFLECTION (in.0 (13.0 (14.0 (8.0 (5.) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute 41 (18.5 (18.5 (17.5) 8.7 S E C T I O N 1 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .15 0.• MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – To 120 lbs.4) A x DEFLECTION (in. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.0 (6.5 (12.2) 31.

2) 123 (55. (kgf) — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Maximum Load lb.4) 14.5) 17.328.) * 0. 350 D 325 300 80 C D 70 275 C x COMPRESSION 250 LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.0 (6.3) 10.5 (30.0 (9.0 (17.) DEFLECTION (in.0 (13.20 0 0.0 10.0 (14.6 (2.0 (10) 32.0 (20.0 (5) (3.5) 0.1) 40.0 (17.6) 15.5) 37 (16. (kgf) 750 56 (25.6) 31.5 (31.0 (48.0 27.7) 38.5 (12.vibrationmounts.0 (9.4) — 19.5) 7.1 0.6) — Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Shear Catalog Number 950 950 1100 1250 1500 1750 2000 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.0 17.5 (35.15 0.2) 9/16 (14.5) — 28.0 (12.5 0.25 Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Compression Catalog Number V10Z 2-315A V10Z 2-315B V10Z 2-315C V10Z 2-315D Maximum Load lb.0 (15.3662 Fax: 516.9) 11.8) 63 (28.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Fasteners – Steel.0 (5.4) 13.0 (10.0 (18.5 (2.0 (10.4) 82 (37.8) — 850 V10Z 2-315A V10Z 2-315B V10Z 2-315C V10Z 2-315D 1100 1250 1500 1750 2500 3000 13.5) 17.6 .4 TO 55.7) 50.0 (7.7) 77.4) 19.1) 68.S E C T I O N 1 • MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – To 123 lbs.4) 11.0 (14.0 (11.1) 107.0 (10.7) 22.5) 45.5) 24.8) 48 (21.1 (2.9) 57.6 kgf) 7/8 (22.0 8.6) 29.7) * * 6.328.6 (3.8 kgf) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF 32 TO 63 POUNDS (14.0 (4.0 (8. lesser loads will yield less than 81% isolation.5 TO 28.0 (5) 8.9) 32.5) 43.2) 92.4 DEFLECTION (in.9) 21.2) 45. Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 56 TO 123 POUNDS (25.0 (5.5) 2500 3000 * * * 5.) 225 B 175 150 x 125 A x x 40 x x 30 x A 100 x x 20 75 x x 50 10 x 25 0 0.9) (7.3 0.10 0.0 (41.8) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.8) (4.0 (3.9) 67. 1-13 5.0 (25.6) 2000 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.0 (20.0 (25.0 (14. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads. (kgf) — — — 24.05 0.0 (8.0 (22. x 60 SHEAR B x 50 200 LOAD (lb.2) *At these forcing frequencies.) LOAD (lb.0 (6.4) 27.6) 26.7) 21.8) 38.2) 56.5) 35.3) 5/16-18 NC (TYP) 1-1/4 (31.2) 115 (52. (kgf) 750 850 32 (14. www.0 (7.2 0.2) (12.9) 23.0 (19.com Phone: 516.

4) 20.2) 51 (23.5 (20.3) * 0.4) 20.5 (28.1) 85. 80 x D 140 D 70 x x C C x 120 60 100 COMPRESSION x x B x 80 x x 60 LOAD (lb.4) — 1100 V10Z 2-314A V10Z 2-314B V10Z 2-314C V10Z 2-314D 1500 1750 2000 2250 3000 3600 12.0 (15.3) 46.2) 14.0 (4.7) 44.5 (5.3) 3/4 (19. www. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.3) * * * * 12.5) 13.5) 28.0 (26.9) 18.20 0.0 (22.4 kgf) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF 32 TO 64 POUNDS (14.0 (7.30 DEFLECTION (in.7) 73.0 (5.4) 7.4) (29) — Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Shear Catalog Number 1250 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.0 (6.0 78.8) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.5) 28.5 (7.6) 19. 1-14 0. (kgf) — — — 50.8) (11.4 TO 64.5 (8.3) 14.) x A SHEAR 50 x x xx x 40 20 20 10 0.9) 39.5) 142 (64.2) (10.06 0.8) 34.1) 44.0 (5.5 (9.5) 38 (17.08 0.04 0.vibrationmounts.4) 32.0 (38.5 (21.1) 30.1) 10.0 (9.5 (13.4) 73 (33.7) 16.328.8) 99.328.0 (58.5 (3.0 (20) 12.3662 Fax: 516.0 (44.0 (5.5 TO 29 kgf) Fasteners – Steel.0 (10.2) 24.1) 64 (29) 23.2) 51.1) 41.2) 58.7) (18.0 (17.0 (22.6) 64.40 S E C T I O N 1 • MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – To 142 lbs.02 0.3) 19. (kgf) 950 56 (24.5 (11.2) *At these forcing frequencies.1) 109 (49.4) 17.0 (14.6) 129.0 (12.0 (12. Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber 9/16 (14.8) 27.2) 24. LOAD (lb.) V10Z 2-314A V10Z 2-314B V10Z 2-314C V10Z 2-314D Maximum Load lb.5 (4.0 (6.5 (12.10 0.9) 26.0 50.0 (33.5 30.1) — — — — — — — — Maximum Load lb. lesser loads will yield less than 81% isolation.0 (17.5 (6.5 (8.5) — — 38.7) 10.0 (8.4) * * 9.7) 63.0 (8.6) 36.5 (4.4) 9.0 22. (kgf) — — 18.• FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 56 TO 142 POUNDS (25.0 (11.12 0 0.0 (16.10 DEFLECTION (in.) LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x-x are considered safe practice for static loads.0 (35.0 (23.0 (4.1) 5/16-18 NC (TYP) 1-1/4 (31.6) 3000 3600 * * * 2500 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.0 (13.5) 14.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .com Phone: 516. (kgf) 950 1100 32 (14.) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Compression A 30 x 0 Catalog Number B 40 * * 7.0 (3.

0 (40.0 (9.0 (33.8) 109.10 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.5 (6.0 (5.1) 26.0 (15.0 (15. (kgf) B x x 30 Compression x 40 60 0.9) 46.3) 43.5) 158 (71.3) 26.4) * 0.3662 Fax: 516.02 0. www. 1-15 0.0 (29) 96.1) — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Maximum Load lb.9) 13.1) 52.4) *At these forcing frequencies.vibrationmounts.3) 5/8 (15.0 (11.0 (59.8) 9.7) 66.9) 164.0 (23.0 (24.0 (36. (kgf) — — — 71.11 xx 50 40 0 C 80 B x LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.3) 21.1) 81.5) * * * 13.2) 118 (53.com Phone: 516.9) 5/16-18 NC (TYP) 1-3/8 (34.4) 51.0 (19.2) * * 14.0 (7.0 (15.0 (49.5) 16.0 (4. D 90 * * * * * 12.M PONENT • MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – To 185 lbs.) LOAD (lb.3 TO 30.0 (15.0 (54.0 (9.9) 57 (25.3) 46 (20.06 0.0 (74.6) 30.04 0.02 0.3) 16.0 (13.0 (17.0 (11.07 0. (kgf) 950 1100 36 (16.0 (23.0 (17.0 (9.18 0.0 (29.4) 31.328.0 (20.5 (4.) Maximum Load lb.28 S E C T I O N 1 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .9) 54.20 DEFLECTION (in.0 (5.0 (35.8) 34.06 Catalog Number V10Z 2-312A V10Z 2-312B V10Z 2-312C V10Z 2-312D 93 (42.4) 39.6) 2750 3000 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.5) 74. 200 x 180 160 100 D x x C x 70 COMPRESSION x 120 A x x 100 LOAD (lb.24 0.) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute 950 A x 20 DEFLECTION (in.9) 10.0 (8.01 0.7) 121.1) 21.9 kgf) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF 36 TO 67 POUNDS (16.4 kgf) Fasteners – Steel.0 (43.14 0. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.5) 35.0 (32.9) 67 (30.0 (48.0 (6.0 (11.9) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.3365 • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 93 TO 185 POUNDS (42.0 (7.09 0.2 TO 83. Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber 9/16 (14.08 0.6) 79.0 (11.10 0. lesser loads will yield less than 81% isolation.0 (8.0 (22.5) 131.5) 90.4) — Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Shear Catalog Number 0.2) — — 19.2) 106.328. (kgf) — — — 25.9) — 1100 V10Z 2-312A V10Z 2-312B V10Z 2-312C V10Z 2-312D 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 2750 3000 25.7) 185 (83.6) 50.5) 65.4) 34.7) 64.4) 20.3) 38.0 (14.05 0.03 0.) 140 x 80 SHEAR 60 x 20 10 0 0.0 (29.9) 18.8) 35.

(kgf) 700 850 1100 1250 1500 1750 2250 2500 150 (68) 120 (54.5) 52 (23.vibrationmounts.) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Catalog Number Mode Maximum Load lb.328.com Phone: 516.5) 105 (47.4) 90 (40.7 kgf) • FOR SHEAR LOADS TO 140 POUNDS (63.4 0. www.8) * * * 2000 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb. 1-16 255 (115.5 kgf) Fasteners – Steel.328.2) 38 (17.5) — — 140 (63. Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber X 1/2-20 NF (TYP) 2 (50. 400 350 COMPRESSION x x 300 COMPRESSION 250 LOAD (lb.1 0.5 DEFLECTION (in. (69.9) 1-1/32 (26.2) 32 (14.7) 190 (86. (kgf) V10Z 2-330B Compression Shear 330 (149.6) *At these forcing frequencies.3662 Fax: 516.3 0. lesser loads will yield less than 81% isolation. 200 SHEAR x 150 x 100 SHEAR 50 0 0.2 0.8) X 29/32 (23) 2-3/4 DIA. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.• MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – To 330 lbs.5) S E C T I O N 1 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .) LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x---x are considered safe practice for static loads.3365 • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS TO 330 POUNDS (149.2) SECTION X-X NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.6) — — 65 (29.7) 140 (63.

vibrationmounts.) Catalog Number 2.5) 0.) — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Maximum Load kgf (lb.9) 1.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .3) 4.3) V10Z 2M302AM4 V10Z 2M302BM4 V10Z 2M302CM4 V10Z 2M302DM4 3.54 3.9 0.52 2.5) 1.1 (2.9 0.2) 1.5 (1.) Fastener – Steel.5 (1.43) M4 NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.6 x 2.2) 3.32 (.4) 4.4) 2.1) 2 (4.62 S E C T I O N 1 • MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – To 6 kgf www.7) 1.4 lb.2 (7.4 Metric 3.) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF 1 TO 3 kgf (2.394) *At these forcing frequencies.7) ◊ Length. L 07 = 7 mm (.2) * * * 0.4 (5.6) 2.8 A x x 1.49) L 11 (.7 x x x 1.com Phone: 516.18 (2.5 (3.5 (.6 x D D C x NOTE: Maximum unthreaded portion of stud does not exceed 1.2 (2.6 (5.9) 0.32 (.5) 1 (2.7 TO 6.22 (2.9 (4.7) 0.4) 1.7) 0.2 5. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.4) 1.02 1.32 (.328.18 (2.7) 0.54 (1.9) 2.5) 2 (4.45 (1. 1-17 0.328. 6.9 (6.9) 2.1 (2.54 (3.6) * * 2 (.59 mm (.77 (1.4) — 2.0) — 1.8) (1.9 (6.9 (8.4 (3.7) 1.7 (10.7) 0.1) 0.5 Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Shear Catalog Number V10Z 2M302AM4 V10Z 2M302BM4 V10Z 2M302CM4 V10Z 2M302DM4 1500 1750 5.35 7.0) 0.5 (9.3662 Fax: 516.0) 0. Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber New 12.05 0 1.2) 0. lesser loads will yield less than 81% isolation.275) 10 = 10mm (.8 SHEAR 2.72 (1.45 (1.6) 1.45 (3.5 COMPRESSION 0 0.51 1.1) 1.6) 0.3) 0.4) 1.3) 3.1) 0. C 3.5) 0.4) 1.3 x B x 1.) 1000 1250 1.5) — 2.6 (3.82 (1.7 (10.87 (1.3 (2.9) 2.06 in.9 (13.3) 2.6) 2.22 (.4) 0.5 B A 3.27 DEFLECTION (mm) Compression 2.8) 1. xx 2.4 x 0.08 DEFLECTION (mm) 2000 2250 2500 2750 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation kgf (lb.8) 0.8) 0.28 (.9) 2.3 lb.7 4.6) 0.59 (1.0) 1.5 (5.81 Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Maximum Load kgf (lb.4) 6 (13.6 (1.8) 5.9 (4.5 x x x LOAD (kgf) LOAD (kgf) LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.4) 1.37 (.2) 3000 3600 * Minimum Load for 81% Isolation kgf (lb.• FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 2 TO 6 kgf (4.63 (1.9 (2.2 (2.68 (1.2) 3.54 1000 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 2750 3000 3600 0.) 0.).8 (3.13 (2.76 (6.03 2.5 (7.2 (4.7 (1.8 (1.9 (6.7) 4.9 TO 13.87 (1.4 (5.6) 0.0) 1.0) 6.14 (4.

9) 33.54 3.2 (55.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .4 (18.8 (6.4) 14.8 (19.08 DEFLECTION (mm) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Compression x 5 9 0 B A x x 23 * 1 (2. 36 D 82 D 32 C 73 C 27 COMPRESSION LOAD (kgf) LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.8 (37.328.9) 16.0) 33.3 (9.0) 9.2 (15. LOAD (kgf) 64 54 45 x 36 x B x x 27 SHEAR x x x 18 x 14 A 9 18 x x x 0.6) 7 (15.98) Metric NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.5) 7.0) 3000 3600 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation kgf (lb.06 in.6 (19.1) 34 (75.9) 7.35 7.) 1100 18.0) * * * 2.4) 30.0) 19 (41.2) 1 (2.8 (10.9 (6.6 (67.328.0) *At these forcing frequencies.2 (7.0) — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Maximum Load kgf (lb.2 (37.5) 13.9 (24.) 13.4) 3.6 (30.• FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 18 TO 34 kgf (40 TO 75 lb.8 (30. 1-18 2.0) 10 (22.6) 2. Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber New 13.3 (5.0) 11.5) 5.2 (11.) 1100 1250 8.9) 21.9) 4.0) * * 1.6 (74.6 (19.) Fastener – Steel.2 (22.1 (40.2) 2 (4.3 (35.4) 17.4) 1 (2.4) 2.8 (10.4 (14.9) 7.1) 5.4) 11.1) 6.3 (31.3) 2.1) 10.) — — 5.1) 8.com Phone: 516.5 (43.9) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Shear Catalog Number 1500 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 2750 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation kgf (lb.1 (15.) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF 9 TO 18 kgf (19 TO 42 lb.5) 2.81 5.62 S E C T I O N 1 • MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – To 34 kgf www.0) 13.05 x 0 1.0) 1250 V10Z 2M305AM06 V10Z 2M305BM06 V10Z 2M305CM06 V10Z 2M305DM06 1750 2000 2250 2500 2750 3000 3600 3.6 (47.1) 19.1) 3. lesser loads will yield less than 81% isolation.47) M6 25 (.7 (17.).6 (3.0) 3.54 x 3.2 (11.6 (7.53) 12 (.3 (9.51 1.9 (24.5) 2. 91 NOTE: Maximum unthreaded portion of stud does not exceed 1.4) 6.2) 1.0) 26.03 2.2) 3.6) 25.1) 4.5) 7.2 (2.2 (7. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.3 (29.3 (5.7 (12.0) 16.9 (13.6) 6.2 (40.6 (74.1) — 10.5) 8.8 (8.59 mm (.vibrationmounts.02 1.7 (6.5 (58.3662 Fax: 516.52 2.5 (.3 (24.4 (14.27 DEFLECTION (mm) Catalog Number V10Z 2M305AM06 V10Z 2M305BM06 V10Z 2M305CM06 V10Z 2M305DM06 Maximum Load kgf (lb.3 (5.5) 7.7 (17.6) 10.7) 8.5) 2.1) 5.7 (17.5 (20.1 (24.4) 4.9 (6.8 (8.5) 18.6) 4.

7 (6.8 (26) 8.5) 19.6 (3.8 (6.5) 2.5 (32) 11.9 (13.) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF 8 TO 18 kgf (18 TO 40 lb.8) 1.5 (12.) C x 1 (2.vibrationmounts.1 (40) 7.8 3.5 (10.8 (8.1 (9.9 (72.52 2.06 in.0) 7.3) 5.7 (12.5) 9.47) New 19 (.56 0 x 1.27 DEFLECTION (mm) Compression Catalog Number V10Z 2M300AM406 V10Z 2M300BM406 V10Z 2M300CM406 V10Z 2M300DM406 15 (33) 18.3 (5.2) 0.0) 5.2 (49) 32.5) (5.0) 5.7 (17.7 (17.0) 3.3 (16) 9.3 (16.0) (9.7 (43.7 (24.3) 1.2 (60) 35.3365 • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 15 TO 36 kgf (33 TO 79 lb.7 (3. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.75) 25 (.6) 2.328.0) 2750 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation kgf (lb.54 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 2750 3000 3600 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation kgf (lb.0) — 5.54 3.3 (2.8 (21.59 mm (.5) 22.0) 3.6 (19.5 (21) 12.) Fastener – Steel.) 1000 1250 8.3) 0.5) 16.5) 7.• MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – To 36 kgf www.8) *At these forcing frequencies.0) (17. 1-19 1.5) (7.0) 6.5) 2.8) 2 (4.0) 16.) 13.3 (7.5 (21) 15.4 4.2 (2.8) 2.08 6.0) 4.0) 13.6 (10.5) 10.89 S E C T I O N 1 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .1 (40) 27.2) 6.9 (79) 1000 1250 V10Z 2M300AM406 V10Z 2M300BM406 V10Z 2M300CM406 V10Z 2M300DM406 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 3000 3600 4. 41 D x 36 NOTE: Maximum unthreaded portion of stud does not exceed 1. x D 18 x x x 32 COMPRESSION LOAD (kgf) LOAD (kgf) 16 C x 27 LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.2 (7.3 (14.0) 0.2 (7.8 (1.328.2 (10.5) 7.).7) — 14.2 (18) 9.3 (5.5) 4. 20 x 23 B x 18 x 14 x A 14 B 5 5 2 1.1 (20) 6.2 (29) 17.5 (1.0) * * 1.0) — 11.4 (3.com Phone: 516.3 (5.5) — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Maximum Load kgf (lb.0) 4.7 (14.98) M6 Metric NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.5) 2.02 1.3662 Fax: 516.2 (11. lesser loads will yield less than 81% isolation.8 (4.4 (7.62 8.8 (37) 25 (55) 5.0) 9.) 1.81 5.4 (29.9 (39.1 (24.8) 1.3 11.2) 2.5) 7.1 (36) (24.2) 3. Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber 12 (.8 (1.3 Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Shear Catalog Number 2.2) 3.03 2.35 DEFLECTION (mm) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Maximum Load kgf (lb.9 7.2 (9.05 x 9 xx A 7 x 0.7 (14.9 (28.1 (11.3) 3.51 SHEAR 11 9 0 3.0) 4.4 (34) 18.2) 3.

1 (9) 6.5) 13.6 (56.8 (19.5) 11.4 (14) 8.8 (10.2 (11.6 (19) 10 (22) *At these forcing frequencies. Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber 13.5) 32.5) 9.) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF 12 TO 30 kgf (27 TO 66 lb.8 (10.4 (100) 10 (22) 16.3662 Fax: 516.7 S E C T I O N 1 • MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – To 48 kgf www.9 (66) 12.5) 12.5) * 10.5) 12 (26.5 (21) 15. C x x 73 * * 3.6 (14.3 (53.5) * * * * 5.5) 8.1 (31) 24.7 (12.3 (27) 19. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.9 (8.7 (28) 17.8 (30.5 (55.2 (18) 12.) 700 21.08 1100 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation kgf (lb.1 (73) 8.6 (41) 29.2 (38) 4.1 (9) 4.) 20. 1-20 7.) 700 850 12.3 (27) 850 V10Z 2M311AM08 V10Z 2M311BM08 V10Z 2M311CM08 V10Z 2M311DM08 1100 1250 1500 1750 2000 2500 3000 5 (11) 7.7) 45.6 (19) 15 (33) 17.5) * * 3.5) 6.08 6.5) 33.7 (6) 4.27 2.6 (74) 43. 91 36 D D C 82 32 x B LOAD (kgf) LOAD (kgf) COMPRESSION 54 x 45 x A x x 36 x x 27 SHEAR 23 x 14 x A x 9 x 5 9 0 1.5) 14.62 0 2.5) 8.5) 34.8 (19.16 12.9 (72.6 (8) 6.• FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 21 TO 48 kgf (47 TO 105 lb. lesser loads will yield less than 81% isolation.9 (66) 29.5) 8.328.) Fasteners – Steel.8 (19.9 (17.2 (11.38) Metric NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.1 (13.5) 27.vibrationmounts.62 DEFLECTION (mm) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Compression V10Z 2M311AM08 B x 18 x 18 Catalog Number x 27 64 LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.6 (30) 22 (48.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .53) New 25 (.81 5.5 (96) 47.3 (75.com Phone: 516.54 DEFLECTION (mm) V10Z 2M311BM08 V10Z 2M311CM08 V10Z 2M311DM08 Maximum Load kgf (lb.2 (44.35 7.1 (35.2 (38) — 5.3 (27) 18.5) 25.54 3.5) 2.6 (105) — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Maximum Load kgf (lb.7 (61) 5.) — — — 8.98) M8 35 (1.3 (47) 33.328.5 (43) 25.5 (.5) 13.4 (34) 20.9 (13) 4.5) 5.5) 2500 3000 * * * 2250 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation kgf (lb.6 (25.4 (45) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Shear Catalog Number 5.

3 (25) 18.5) * * * * 3.3 (80) — 8.5 (10) 7.2 (18) 14.5 (12) 9.9 (24) 18.5) 22.328.) — — 15.5) 4.6 (19) 14.7 (34.5) 7.5 (32) 25 (55) 40.16 12.5) 5 (11) 9.5) 6.5) 12.9 (8.27 x 2.6 (63) 9.3 (16) * * * 6.9 (17.4 (120) — 850 V10Z 2M310AM08 V10Z 2M310BM08 V10Z 2M310CM08 V10Z 2M310DM08 950 1100 1250 1500 1750 2000 2500 3000 3.1 (20) 12.5) 6.5 (21) 14.9 (8.7 DEFLECTION (mm) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Compression V10Z 2M310DM08 A 9 DEFLECTION (mm) V10Z 2M310CM08 x 5 0 V10Z 2M310BM08 B x x 9 V10Z 2M310AM08 x SHEAR 23 x 18 Catalog Number C x * * * * * 2.35 7. LOAD (kgf) 64 x 45 x 36 x x A x 27 x 18 x 14 1.5 (.) — — — 5 (11) 8.8 (48) 28.5) 14.3365 • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 19 TO 54 kgf (41 TO 120 lb.8 (19.) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF 10 TO 29 kgf (21 TO 63 lb. lesser loads will yield less than 81% isolation.3 (31.• MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – To 54 kgf www.6 (30) 24 (53) — Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Shear Catalog Number 5.3 (20.81 5.6 (8) 7 (15.5 (5.78 S E C T I O N 1 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .) 600 850 9.7 (50) 3.3662 Fax: 516.com Phone: 516.4 (89) 6.5 (5.26) 13.53) 32 (1.24 17.6 (41) 3 (6.26) M8 Metric NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.8 (10.6) 2.08 950 1100 1250 1500 1750 2000 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation kgf (lb.5) 3.8 (48) 36.9 (8.89 0 2.8 (32.5 (27.5) *At these forcing frequencies. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.6 (41) 29 (64) 40.5 (27.8 (90) 54.54 Maximum Load kgf (lb.62 8.1 (31) 21.) Fasteners – Steel.2 (7) 5.5) 8.8 (41. 1-21 7.4 (14) 3.5) — — — — — — — — — — — — Maximum Load kgf (lb.7) 4.4 (14) 11.54 3.5) 21.328. 36 82 D 73 C D 32 x 27 B x 54 COMPRESSION LOAD (kgf) LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.1 (20) 17.) 600 18.4 (14) 10.5) 3.62 10.5) 32 (70.08 6.5) 13.5) 2500 3000 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation kgf (lb.4 (14) 12 (26. Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber New 32 (1.vibrationmounts.6 (8) * 15.5 (38.

• FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 25 TO 64 kgf (56 TO 142 lb.05 0 0.2 (7) 6.3 (9.) 950 25.26) Metric NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.3 (9.1 (73) 49.2 (18) 11.1 (51) 29 (64) 10.6 (41) 29 (64) 5.328. LOAD (kgf) 54 x x 27 A SHEAR 23 x x xx x 18 9 9 4 0.7 (28) 20 (44) 5.8 (30.) 22.5) 22.6 (30) 3000 3600 * * * — Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Shear Catalog Number 0.02 S E C T I O N 1 • MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – To 64 kgf www.76 DEFLECTION (mm) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Compression A 14 x 0 Catalog Number B 18 * * 3.5 (109) 64.03 2. 36 73 x D 64 D 32 x x C C 45 x 27 x COMPRESSION x x B x 36 LOAD (kgf) LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.2 (22.vibrationmounts.5) 8.9 (28.5) 8.5) 17.8 (26) 15.25 DEFLECTION (mm) V10Z 2M314AM08 V10Z 2M314BM08 V10Z 2M314CM08 V10Z 2M314DM08 Maximum Load kgf (lb.54 3.4 (34) 3.9 (99) 10.8 (19.5) 18.5) 4.5 (12) 7.5) 20.5 (129) 12.9 (13) 11.) — — 8.4 (142) — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Maximum Load kgf (lb.1 (46.6 (85) 58. lesser loads will yield less than 81% isolation.3662 Fax: 516.4 (14) * * 4.) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF 15 TO 29 kgf (32 TO 64 lb.75) M8 32 (1.3 (20.7 (50) 33.51 1.3 (58) 6.1 (24.328.4 (23) 14.5 (12) 9.5) 26.com Phone: 516.6 (19) 16.3 (27) *At these forcing frequencies.1 (20) 13.5) 4. 1-22 0.4 (7.4 (56) 33.5 (16.7 (17) 4.51 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation kgf (lb.5) * 1.5 (32) 17.5) * * * * 5.1 (51) 38.7 (50) 35.4 (14) 9.5 (32) 1100 V10Z 2M314AM08 V10Z 2M314BM08 V10Z 2M314CM08 V10Z 2M314DM08 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 3000 3600 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation kgf (lb. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.5) 12.5) 44.5 (10) 5.3 (36) 21.5) 13.4 (78) 8.) 950 1100 14.2 (18) 11.1 (24.5 (10) 6.5 (.) Fasteners – Steel.53) New 19 (.2 (38) 23.6 (14.1 (73) 17.2 (44.5) 7. Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber 13.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .8 (63.2 (38) 23.7 (39) 28.7 (12.52 2.02 1.5) 12.

328.9 (13) 8.02 1.4 (14) * 6.9 (26) 4.76 1.7 (158) 83.3 (36) 20.8 (90) 15. 91 x 82 73 45 D x x C 64 LOAD (kgf) LOAD (kgf) x 32 COMPRESSION x 54 A x x 45 x 36 x 9 9 4 Catalog Number V10Z 2M312AM08 V10Z 2M312BM08 V10Z 2M312CM08 V10Z 2M312DM08 42.9 (57) 30.4 (67) 15.4 (164) 17.3 (25) 17.08 DEFLECTION (mm) Minimum Load for 81% Isolation kgf (lb.5) 9.5) 7.• MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – To 84 kgf www.5 (12) 9.4 (131) 14.3 (9.2 (71) 48.5 (21) 15.52 1.9 (185) 1100 0 0.5 (.3365 • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 42 TO 84 kgf (93 TO 185 lb.38) Metric NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.79 SHEAR 27 18 0 C 36 B x LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.53) New 16 (.5 (21) * * * 5.4 (34) — — — — 2000 2250 2500 2750 3000 23.1 (13.78 2.27 1.5 (54) 33. D 41 * * * * * 5.2 (93) 53.8 (26) 15.8 (79) 49.11 S E C T I O N 1 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .) x 18 14 Compression xx 23 27 0.1 (31) 23.6 (30) 22.1 (20) 11.5 (109) 11.com Phone: 516.7 (39) 29 (64) 43.3 (16) 9.2 (38) — — — — 8.4 (34) *At these forcing frequencies.29 2.6 (52) 35.51 V10Z 2M312AM08 V10Z 2M312BM08 V10Z 2M312CM08 V10Z 2M312DM08 1.3662 Fax: 516. 1-23 3.57 5.9 (66) 6.63) M8 35 (1.6 (74) 2750 3000 — Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation kgf (lb.328.9 (20) 20.5 (10) 7.) Fasteners – Steel. lesser loads will yield less than 81% isolation.5 (65) 40.) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF 16 TO 30 kgf (36 TO 67 lb.8 (26) 4.56 4.54 1500 1750 — — — — 32.25 0.03 2.5 (118) 71.7 (50) 29.3 (25) 19.9 (121) 74.7 (81) 54. Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber 13.) — 11.1 (51) 36.2 (18) * * 6.9 (35) 24.) Shear Catalog Number 1250 A x Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute 950 B x x DEFLECTION (mm) Maximum Load kgf (lb.1 (106) — — — — — — — — — — Maximum Load kgf (lb.52 2.3 (16) 11.51 0.5 (96) 59.10 7.5 (43) 29.9 (46) 25.) 950 1100 16. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.54 2.6 (19) 13.vibrationmounts.

8 (1.8 (3.4 TO 9 POUNDS (2 TO 4.4) 6.5) 1/2 (12.8 (2.4) * 6.0 (1.6) 2.04) 1.8) * * 3.6 (1.10 DEFLECTION (in.2) 4.9 (1.2 (1.3) — 3.04 0.3) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.1) 6.) 0.20 0. (kgf) 1100 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 2750 3000 3600 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.8) * * * 14.5 (2.9) 5.1) — — 4.9) * 3.) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Catalog Number Mode Maximum Load lb.328.1) 3. 32 15 28 C 24 C 20 SHEAR COMPRESSION LOAD (lb.328.1 kgf) • OIL-RESISTANT ELASTOMER Fasteners – Hardened Steel.2 (4.10 0 0.6 TO 7.2 (1.0 (6.3) 2.9) — 5.) LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.4 (2.7 (3) 16 (7.8) 1.3) 9.02 0.vibrationmounts.3 (1) — — 4. x 16 x B x 12 x x 10 x x B x A x x 5 A 8 x x 4 0 0.06 0.4) 11. lesser loads will yield less than 81% isolation.0 (1.3 (2. (kgf) V10Z 2-304A V10Z 2-304B V10Z 2-304C Compression Shear Compression Shear Compression Shear 8 (3.M PONENT S CO TION RA ADVA N NEW SIZES N D A TIVIB CE • MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – Neoprene – To 16 lbs.5 (2) 1.) LOAD (lb.30 DEFLECTION (in.7 (1.3 kgf) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF 4.7 (1.2 (2.4) — 2.4) 4.0 (0.3) 2.9 (0.8) 1.8) — 3.0 (4.1 (1. www.6 (2.4) — 2.9) — *At these forcing frequencies.5) 2.6) — 10.com Phone: 516.6 (4.08 0.3 (1.6) 4.3) 9 (4.7) — — 9.2) * * 8 (3. 1-24 — 6. Zinc Plated Isolator – Neoprene 3/8 (9. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.6) 6.3365 • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 8 TO 16 POUNDS (3.4 (2) 12 (5.8 (0.5 (2.7 (0.2 (2.3662 Fax: 516.3 (0.6) 4.6 (5.2 (1) — 6.9) * 2.1) * .7) #8-32 NC 9/16 (14.

7 (6.2 TO 15.3 (4.14 0 0.8) 12.10 0.8) 37.1) 3/4 (19.1) 11.5 (2) 3.2) 16.4) 34 (15.1) 2.10 0.0 (16.2) 34 (15.0 (3.0 (10.2) 11.7 (6.0 (7.0 (9. Zinc Plated Isolator – Neoprene OIL-RESISTANT ELASTOMER 1/2 (12.5 (13.2 (5.4) Note: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.04 0.5 (2) 4.4) 7.05 DEFLECTION (in. (kgf) 16.1) 51/64 (20.0 (2.2 (3.3365 • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 33 TO 60 POUNDS (15 TO 27.3 (1) 7.0 (9.8) 24.4) 29.2) — — — — — — — — 850 1100 21.328.2 (5. (kgf) V10Z 2-306A — Catalog Number V10Z 2-306A V10Z 2-306C V10Z 2-306C1 0.2) 3000 3600 1.35 S E C T I O N 1 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .3) 11.6) 3.7) 11.com Phone: 516.2) Catalog Number L Maximum Load lb.4) 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.vibrationmounts.4 kgf) Fasteners – Steel.1) 7. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.4) 10.0 (16.30 0.3) — — 9.5 (3.4) * 0. (kgf) — — — 29.5 (4.0 (7.2) 60 (27. www.4) 7.7) L 1/4-20 NC 1 (25.8 (1.3662 Fax: 516.7) 14.5 (1. 1-25 5.0 (9.5 (3.3 (1) 7.) 60 LOAD (lb.08 0. NOTE: Maximum unthreaded portion of stud does not exceed 1/16 inch (1.5 (3.) L Maximum Load lb.3) 14.59 mm).5) 49.5) 4.12 0.3) 37.7) C & C1 x 30 COMPRESSION LOAD (lb.1) 24.6) Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.1) 9.25 DEFLECTION (in.0 (22.) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Compression 850 1100 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 3000 3600 7.7) 29.5 (3.0 (10.06 0.0 (7.0 (4.0 (2.328.2) 24. x 35 C & C1 x 3.2 kgf) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF 18 TO 34 POUNDS (8.20 0.5 (11.02 0.• MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – Neoprene – To 60 lbs. (kgf) 3/4 (19.2 (0.15 0.9) 24. 90 40 80 70 x 50 40 x 30 A SHEAR 25 20 x A 15 x x 20 10 10 5 0 0.7) 17.5 (13.5 (5.5 (1.7) 5.1) *At these forcing frequencies.1) 20.5 (11.0 (7.5 (5.1) 2. lesser loads will yield less than 81% isolation.0 (4.2) 17.2) 49.8 (1.2) 33 (15) 60 (27.0 (13.3) 9.0 (22.4) 2.) LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.9) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Shear V10Z 2-306C — V10Z 2-306C1 — 18 (8.3) 20.5 (5.

5) 185 (83.) Compression Catalog Number V10Z 2-308A V10Z 2-308B V10Z 2-308C V10Z 2-308D Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Maximum Load lb.3) 35 (15.1) 55 (24.05 0.3) 125 (56.3365 • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 95 TO 210 POUNDS (43.4) 135 (61.2) 185 (83.30 S E C T I O N 1 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .9) 210 (95.6) 1-26 15 (6.vibrationmounts.1 TO 95.328.1) 135 (61. (kgf) 1150 95 (43.) LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.2) DEEP MIN.328.10 0.4) 75 (34) 105 (47.20 DEFLECTION (in. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.1) 60 (27.4) 5/16-18 NC x 9/16 (14. Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber 1 (25.9) 0.com Phone: 516.9) — — 25 (11.3) 95 (43.9) 85 (38.15 0.1) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.M PONENT • MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – To 210 lbs.40 (10.25 0.2) 30 (13. COMPRESSION 250 B x x x 200 x A x 150 x x 100 x 50 0 0.3 kgf) • NOT RECOMMENDED FOR STATIC SHEAR LOADS Fasteners – Steel. 1-1/2 (38. 450 D 400 C 350 300 LOAD (lb.6) 140 (63.3662 Fax: 516.8) 22 (10) 40 (18.3) 5/16-18 NC TAPPED .9) 40 (18. (kgf) — 80 (36. www.2) 100 (45.6) 45 (20.7) — — — — 55 (24.1) 1250 1500 1750 2000 2750 3500 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.

3365 • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 43 TO 95 kgf (95 TO 210 lb.4 (100) 61.9 (35) 6.5 (140) 83.53) M8 38 (1.9 (185) 95.2 (40) 27.vibrationmounts.8 (15) 10 (22) 18.35 7.2 (135) 83.1 (95) 61.81 5.98) M8 New 13.com Phone: 516.7 (125) — — — — 25 (55) 38.9 (185) 18.2 (60) 45.3 (210) 43.4 (45) 34 (75) 47. NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.62 S E C T I O N 1 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .5 (.3 (25) 15.08 DEFLECTION (mm) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Compression Catalog Number V10Z 2M308AM08 V10Z 2M308BM08 V10Z 2M308CM08 V10Z 2M308DM08 Maximum Load kgf (lb. 204 D 181 C LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.6 (30) 20.3662 Fax: 516.2 (40) 25 (55) — — 11.328. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.1 (95) 1250 1500 1750 2000 2750 3500 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation kgf (lb.3 (80) 56.• MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – To 95 kgf www. Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber 25 (.) 1150 43.) — 36.2 (135) 13.6 (85) 63.27 2.54 3.328.) • NOT RECOMMENDED FOR STATIC SHEAR LOADS Fasteners – Steel. LOAD (kgf) 159 136 COMPRESSION 113 x 91 B x x x A x 68 x x 45 x 23 0 1.50) Metric The projections shown are per ISO convention.6 (105) 1-27 6.

3) 20.4) 5/16-18 NC TAPPED . (kgf) — — — 35.vibrationmounts.5) S E C T I O N 1 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .) Compression Catalog Number V10Z 2-319A V10Z 2-319B V10Z 2-319C V10Z 2-319D Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Maximum Load lb.0 (5) 16.3) 13.1) 36.) LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPHS Deflections below the line x–x are considered safe practice for static loads.0 (20.16 0.9) — — — — — — — — — — — — 24.5 (12) 48. 80 COMPRESSION x C x 60 x x B x 40 x A x 20 0 0.0 (9.0 (11. www.2) 26.06 0.3) 30.18 2500 3000 — — DEFLECTION (in.0 (13.12 0.9) 86 (39) 700 950 1100 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.328.5 (14.08 0.0 (26.com Phone: 516.4) 46.8) 32.0 (5.0 (8.• MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – To 86 lbs. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.10 0.9) 34.0 (9.04 0.02 0.8) 57 (25. Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber 1 (25.0 (16.3662 Fax: 516.0 (7.0 (15.6) — — 21.8 TO 39 kgf) • NOT RECOMMENDED FOR STATIC SHEAR LOADS Fasteners – Steel.3) 1-28 18.5 (6.1) DEEP MIN. 120 D 100 x LOAD (lb.3365 • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 37 TO 86 POUNDS (16. (TYP) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.20 (5.0 (36.14 0.0 (15.3) 26.9) 80.5 (9.1) 20.8) 11.0 (7.9) 16.8) 13.0 (21.7) 59. (kgf) 37 (16.328.0 (10.4) 1 (25.8) 48 (21.

84) 7 (0.Female Fig.7) 120 (2.8) 42 (0.14) 4.260 (6.060 (1.3) .405 (10.100 (2.9) . Zinc Plated Isolater – Urethane P L L D D TD TD G FEATURES: • Highly damped Female .1) .6 (0. (kgf/mm) Load lb.6) 31 (0.8) .7) #6-32 .320 (8.160 (4. Stiffness Ib.0 (0.5) .8 (0.Blank V10Z60-FB1UC04H V10Z60-FB1UC04V V10Z60-FB2UC06H V10Z60-FB2UC06V V10Z60-FB2UC08H V10Z60-FB2UC08V V10Z60-FB3UC25H V10Z60-FB4UC31H 2. Length • FIG 1 P Overall Height G Grip TD Depth Male .1) 2580 (46.27) 4.625 (15. oils.9°C) low amplification at resonance and quickly return to system equilibrium after shock or vibration input Last letter of Catalog Number denotes Series H or V.200 (5.07) 47 (0.1) 148 (2.4 kgf) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF .1) .6) 270 (4.Blank * Fig.000 (25.1) #4-40 .05 TO 4. chemicals.91) .0 (1.1) — — — — — — — — 765 (13.405 (10. ozone and ultraviolet radiation SPECIFICATIONS Series∆ Durometer H V ∆ 52 24 Temperature Range Peak Performance 55°F To 105°F (12.5) 200 (3.5) .1) 27 (0.3 (0.000 (25.9) 1049 (18.100 (2.500 (12.8) 42 (0.328.0 (4.0 (5. Shear * Max.7) 164 (2.060 (1.9) 1.4) .6°C) 32°F To 90°F (0°C To 32.7) #8-32 ./in.375 (9.0 (5.3) .750 5/16-18 (19.5) .0 (1.6) 31 (0.3) .13) 47 (0.290 (7.91) .7) 33 (0.4) 45.500 (12.7) 164 (2.280 (7.9) 2350 (42) 6727 (120. Shear * Cmpr.1) 1049 (18.200 (5.060 (1.8) . D L Shear * Cmpr.8°C To 40.4) * Shear load data not applicable for Fig.9) 896 (16) .625 (15.405 (10.625 1/4-20 (15.5) .1) — — — — — — — — .9) 1049 (18.6) 23 (0.4) Female .9) 2350 (42) 6727 (120.1) .290 (7.0 (0.3 (0.8) 42 (0.91) .6) 208 (3.6) . 2 Female-Blank style.625 (15.375 (9.13) 92 (1.14 TO 20.1) 765 (13.1) .0 (1. (mm) Cmpr.060 (1.9) .27) 12.7) #8-32 . (mm) in.500 (12.500 (12.1) .4) .5) .7) . (kgf) Catalog Number Static Dynamic Dimensions Threads in.6) 385 (6.1 (0.5) 4 (0.8) .3 TO 45 POUNDS (0.vibrationmounts.7) 120 (2.6 (0.27) 4.36) .060 (1.3662 Fax: 516.com Phone: 516.0 (20.6 (0. Diam.1) 1049 (18.1 TO 10 POUNDS (0.3 (0.14) 2.1) .5) .3) .Female V10Z60-MF1UC04H V10Z60-MF1UC04V V10Z60-MF2UC06H V10Z60-MF2UC06V V10Z60-MF2UC08H V10Z60-MF2UC08V V10Z60-MF3UC25H V10Z60-MF4UC31H • FIG 2 Size 2.6 (0.7) .91) .5) .0 (20.1) .27) 12.110 (2.9) .7) 164 (2.9) .5) .110 (2.3 (0.7) #6-32 .5) .5) .500 (12.4) — — — — — — — — 200 (3.7) 164 (2.375 (9.6) 230 (4.4) 208 (3.14) 4.625 (15.320 (8.1) #4-40 .5 (1. 2 Male .750 5/16-18 (19.14) 3.8) 42 (0.280 (7.0 (1.1) .www.1) .500 (12.160 (4.375 (9. 1 • Very resistant to abrasion.7) 33 (0.160 (4.0 (0.160 (4.8) .84) 7 (0.1) 2580 (46.8) .0 (0.6°C) 120°F (48. 1-29 S E C T I O N 1 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .4) .5) .75) 900 (16.3365 M PONENT • MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – Urethane – To 45 lbs.5) .6) 10. • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF .9) 1.060 (1.8) .2°C) • These mounts exhibit extremely Maximum Continuous 195°F (90.05) 2.75) 900 (16.5 kgf) Fasteners – Steel.6) 270 (4.405 (10.1) .625 1/4-20 (15.328.4) 45.75) 270 (4.6) .260 (6.75) 270 (4.

3365 M PONENT • MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – Urethane – To 45 lbs.7) 40 (0.3) 262 (4.5) .6) 320 (5.7) 1.7) 285 (5.0 (1.500 (12.375 (9.060 (1.05) 24 (0.4) 200 (3.5 TO 50 POUNDS (0.8) 285 (5.3662 Fax: 516.com Phone: 516.5) .Blank * Fig.320 (8. Shear * Max.1) 45 (0.3) .0 (3.18) 5.328.1) 45 (0.1) 50.6) 1.2 (0.9) 1.5 (0.7) #6-32 .9) .5) .3) .7) .280 (7.23 TO 22.4) .45) 8.060 (1.0 (9.07) 35 (0.9) 1/4-20 . Diam.7) #8-32 .5) * Shear load data not applicable for Fig.Male V10Z60-MM1UC04H V10Z60-MM1UC04V V10Z60-MM2UC06H V10Z60-MM2UC06V V10Z60-MM2UC08H V10Z60-MM2UC08V V10Z60-MM3UC25H V10Z60-MM4UC31H • FIG 2 Size 4.625 (15.Blank V10Z60-MB1UC04H V10Z60-MB1UC04V V10Z60-MB2UC06H V10Z60-MB2UC06V V10Z60-MB2UC08H V10Z60-MB2UC08V V10Z60-MB3UC25H V10Z60-MB4UC31H 4.4) 200 (3.3) 13.8) 471 (8.5) .4 (0.280 (7.3) .5) .2°C) 120°F (48.405 (10.23) 8.625 (15.1) . • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF .1) .375 (9.0 (3.45) 8. D L Shear * Cmpr.2°C) • These mounts exhibit extremely Maximum Continuous 225°F (107.7) 40 (0.0 (0.1) 9 (0.9°C) low amplification at resonance and quickly return to system equilibrium after shock or vibration input Last letter of Catalog Number denotes Series H or V.8) 285 (5.9) .5) . 1 FEATURES: • Highly damped Male .0 (0.405 (10.7) #8-32 . 2 • Very resistant to abrasion.625 (15.4) 4 (0. ozone and ultraviolet radiation SPECIFICATIONS Series∆ Durometer H V ∆ 52 24 Temperature Range Peak Performance 55°F To 105°F (12.9 kgf) Fasteners – Steel.4) 1108 (19.1) 50. Shear * Cmpr.8) 25 (0.000 (25.5 (0./in.Male Fig.328.060 (1.1) .16) 74 (1.6) 31 (0.1) #4-40 .5) .500 (12.4) 4 (0.750 5/16-18 (19. (mm) in.6) 31 (0.07) 24 (0.8) 25 (0.625 (15.0 (2.1) 45 (0. 1-30 S E C T I O N 1 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .36) .500 (12. Zinc Plated Isolater – Urethane P L P P L D G D G G Male .6) 200 (3. (kgf) Catalog Number Static Dynamic Dimensions Threads in. oils.45) 20.060 (1.8) .405 (10.7) 285 (5.6) 31 (0.500 (12.750 (19.6) 75 (1.1) 5/16-18 .3) .0 (0.6) 1.09) 3.4) — — — — — — — — 262 (4.8) .3) 12 (0.7) — — — — — — — — 159 (2.0 (22.8) 471 (8.18) 3.www. chemicals.200 (5.7) 860 (15.375 (9.060 (1.100 (2.4) 1108 (19.200 (5.0 (3.0 (1.5) .8) — — — — — — — — .2 TO 13 POUNDS (0.7) .9) 1.1) 270 (4.0 (1.8) .36) .3) 3 (0.5) Male .7) #6-32 .7) .4) 19 (0.0 (1.405 (10.45) 20.6) 320 (5.8°C To 40.0 (22.320 (8.4) .625 1/4-20 (15. Stiffness Ib.9) .500 (12.3) 12 (0.0 (3.1) .1) #4-40 .6) 31 (0.22) 74 (1.625 (15.vibrationmounts.09 TO 5.1) 45 (0.500 (12. (mm) Cmpr.7 kgf) • FOR SHEAR LOADS OF .0 (0.100 (2.23) 8.22) 120 (2.7) 860 (15.5) .6°C) 32°F To 90°F (0°C TO 32. (kgf/mm) Load lb.375 (9.0 (9.0 (5.000 (25. 2 Male-Blank style.6) 1.5) .5 (0.4 (0.1) . Length • FIG 1 P Overall Height G Grip Male .6) 1.6) 200 (3.8) 59 (1.060 (1.9) 159 (2.

50 (12.1) 1.6) 18-27 (8.5 (12. 1 B • VIBRATION ISOLATION • SHOCK ABSORPTION • LONG FATIGUE LIFE Fig.59) .89) .9-34) 6-8 (2.45) .1-18.50 (12.00 (25.2) 35-75 (15.7) .com Phone: 516.75 (19.75 (19.45) .5 (12.vibrationmounts.00 (25.5 (12.7) — . (mm) in.6) 11-16 (5-7.45) .35 (8.35) . Zinc Plated Damper – Sorbothane® Polyether-Based Polyurethane 50 or 70 Shore 00 Durometer B C B C New C A A D Fig.89) .45) .3-34) 6-8 (2.75 (44.328.35) .7) 1.75 (19.4) .25 (6.35) .50 (12.7) — .00 (25.7) 1.05) 1.05) 1.75 (44.00 (25.4-2.85 (21.4) 19-27 (8. 1-31 .1) 3-6 (1.4) .1) 1.35) .2) 20-40 (9.05) 1.00 (25.45) .75 (19.1) 1.85 (21.85 (21.75 (44.50 (12.89) 4-8 (1.45) .2) 35-75 (15.89) .3) 11-18 (5-8.05) 1. Thread Size A Diameter B C D Damper Width Stud Length Thread Depth in.35 (8.7-3.7) .7) 1.6) 18-27 (8.50 (12.05) 1.59) .25 (6.4) .8-3.4-2.328.7-3.2-12.59) .75 (44.59) . (mm) in.4) .9-34) 5-12 (2.00 (25.59) .85 (21.89) .5 (12.1) 70 Durometer #8-32 V10Z59-MM0807570 V10Z59-MM2515070 1 1/4-20 V10Z59-MM2517570 1/4-20 V10Z59-MF0807570 #8-32 V10Z59-MF2515070 2 1/4-20 V10Z59-MF2517570 1/4-20 V10Z59-MB0807570 #8-32 V10Z59-MB2515070 3 1/4-20 V10Z59-MB2517570 1/4-20 V10Z59-FB0807570 #8-32 V10Z59-FB2515070 V10Z59-FB2517570 4 1/4-20 1/4-20 See additional information on technical page.1-18.7) 1.7) 1.www.05) 1.59) .00 (25.50 (38.6-5.50 (12.59) in.1) 1.89) 8-12 (3.7) .25 (6.50 (38.5 (12.7) .75 (19.9-34) S E C T I O N 1 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .5 (12.75 (44.6) 36-75 (16.85 (21.1) 3-5 (1.4) . (kgf) 50 Durometer #8-32 V10Z59-MM0807550 V10Z59-MM2515050 1 1/4-20 V10Z59-MM2517550 1/4-20 V10Z59-MF0807550 #8-32 V10Z59-MF2515050 2 1/4-20 V10Z59-MF2517550 1/4-20 V10Z59-MB0807550 #8-32 V10Z59-MB2515050 3 1/4-20 V10Z59-MB2517550 1/4-20 V10Z59-FB0807550 #8-32 V10Z59-FB2515050 4 1/4-20 1/4-20 V10Z59-FB2517550 .50 (12.7) 1. 2 B C A A D Fig.3365 M PONENT • MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – Sorbothane® Type Studs – Carbon Steel.2) 20-40 (9.7) — .50 (38.35 (8.89) .3-5.25 (6.00 (25.4) .85 (21. 3 Fig.1) 1.45) .05) 1.1-18.75 (44. No.2) 20-40 (9.05) 1.1-18.1) 1.59) .2-12.85 (21.50 (38.75 (19. 4 TEMPERATURE RANGE: -20°F to +160°F (-29°C to +72°C) Catalog Number Fig.75 (44.3) 11-18 (5-8.1) 1.7) — .35 (8.35 (8.4) 18-30 (8.2-13.50 (38.45) .75 (19.75 (44.50 (38. (mm) Load Range Per Mount lb.1) 3-5 (1.35 (8. (mm) .4) .50 (12.7) 1.4-2.6-12.3662 Fax: 516.2) 35-75 (15.85 (21.5 (12.50 (38.35 (8.89) .75 (19.5 (12.7) 1.7) 11-18 (5-8.4) .50 (38.3) 20-40 (9.1) 1.35 (8.

6-26.5) 44.6 (.8-39.00) 21.52) 5-7 (11-15.328.com Phone: 516.7) 5-8 (11-17.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Studs – Carbon Steel.75) 38.1 (1.6 (.4 (1.1 (1.4 (1.5 (1.5 (1.5) 44.00) 21.6 (. 1 B • VIBRATION ISOLATION • SHOCK ABSORPTION • LONG FATIGUE LIFE Fig.1 (1.85) mm (in.3-75) 8-12 (17.00) 21.5 (1.47) 13.5) 44.3662 Fax: 516.) mm (in.00) 21.00) 21.75) 25.6-26.3-75) 8-12 (17.1 (.) Load Range Per Mount kgf (lb.75) 38.5) 44.6-26.vibrationmounts.6) 9-18 (19.1 (1.1 (.00) 21.4 (1.6) 9-18 (19.5) 44.85) 25.4 (1.52) 8-12 (17.8-39.CO • MATERIAL: Cylindrical Mounts – Sorbothane® Type www.5) 16-34 (35.47) 13.00) 21.4) 9-18 (19.) 50 Durometer V10Z59MMM638150 1 V10Z59MMM644550 V10Z59MMF638150 2 V10Z59MMF644550 M6 V10Z59MMB638150 3 V10Z59MMB644550 V10Z59MFB638150 4 V10Z59MFB644550 — 12 (.8-39.00) 21. Zinc Plated Damper – Sorbothane® Polyether-Based Polyurethane 50 or 70 Shore 00 Durometer New B C B C C A A D Fig.5) 44.6 (.6 (.4 (1.5 (1.1 (.6 (.52) — — 13.) mm (in.1 (.5) 16-34 (35. No.3-75) .5 (1.5) 44.8-39.4 (1.85) 25.75) 38.5 (1.328.3-75) 8-13 (17.1 (1.85) 25.) 38.6 (.1 (1. 4 OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGE: -29°C to +72°C (-20°F to +162°F) Catalog Number Fig.4 (1.7) 16-34 (35. 1-32 — 12 (.85) 38.85) 25.6) 9-18 (19.6-28.5) 44. 2 B C A A Metric D Fig.85) 25.6 (.75) 38.1 (1.7) 5-8 (11-17.5 (1. 3 Fig.1 (1.7) 5-8 (11-17.85) 25.52) — — 13.4 (1.75) 38.7) 70 Durometer V10Z59MMM638170 1 V10Z59MMM644570 V10Z59MMF638170 2 V10Z59MMF644570 M6 V10Z59MMB638170 3 V10Z59MMB644570 V10Z59MFB638170 4 V10Z59MFB644570 See additional information on technical page.5 (1.75) 38. Thread Size A Diameter B C D Damper Width Stud Length Thread Depth mm (in.5) 16-34 (35.75) 25.

36) 1.) Property 1.7 SORBOTHANE 50 DURO SHORE 00 c/cc = 0.72) 120 (0.4 4.08) 30.60) 48.5 85.1) 261 (10.com Phone: 516.05 5 3 2 psi (N/mm2) Transmissibility 122.56 .14) 12.4 4.328.12) 25 Impulse G-Force Tensile Strength at Break Elongation at Break Tensile Elastic Stress at 100% Strain Tensile Elastic Stress at 200% Strain Tensile Elastic Stress at 300% Strain Compressive Stress at 20% Strain Compressive Stress at 50% Strain Tear Strength Bulk Modulus Static Coefficient of Friction Kinetic Coefficient of Friction Density Specific Gravity Optimum Performance Temperature Range Glass Transition Flash Ignition Flammability Self Ignition Flammability Flammability Rating with Flame Retardent Added Resilience Test Rebound Height Resilience Test Rebound Height Dielectric Strength Dynamic Young's Modulus at 5 Hertz Dynamic Young's Modulus at 15 Hertz Dynamic Young's Modulus at 30 Hertz Dynamic Young's Modulus at 50 Hertz Tangent Delta at 5 Hertz Excitation Tangent Delta at 15 Hertz Excitation Tangent Delta at 30 Hertz Excitation Tangent Delta at 50 Hertz Excitation Bacterial Resistance Fungal Resistance Heat Aging Ultraviolet Ozone Chemical Resistance to Hydraulic Fluid Chemical Resistance to Kerosene Chemical Resistance to Diesel Chemical Resistance to Soap Solution Durometer (Shore 00) 50 70 Butyl Neoprene 10 SORBOTHANE 50 DURO 5 psi (N/mm2) 210 (1./ft3 (g/cm3) — 570° (299°) — F (C) 750° (399°) — F (C) V2 V2 — 11 22 % 20 15 0.85) 568 10 Units NEOPRENE 85 DURO SHORE 00 c/cc = 0.3365 Inch/Metric Material Properties of Sorbothane® 206.0 Hysteresis Response of Sorbothane and Natural Rubber 1-33 40 S E C T I O N 1 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .61 (0.9 (1.02 (0.3) lb.6 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 Percent Deflection 5.57 .42) 399 25.4 SORBOTHANE 50 DURO 0.5 1.26 (11.4° (-35.55 0 -5 -10 0 5 10 20 15 25 Time (ms) Response of Sorbothane and other materials to an Impulse — No growth No growth Stable Good Special item -1.3) V/mil (kV/mm) 105 (0.56 . (N/mm) Pascal (psi) 0.4 NR 0.363 -20° to +160° (-29° to +71°) -34.47 (0.2 1 0.07 2.328.0 (1.4) 1.59 .49) — 10.8 0.2 lb.06 (1.86 (4.3°) 84.1 — 0.46) 54.00 (1.00 (0.3 % wt change Normalized Load (lb.18 (0.83) 150 (1.Sorbothane® Technical Information www.15 x 10-5) 65.00 (0.86) 300 (2.0 2 3 5 7 10 F/Fn Transmissibility of Sorbothane and other materials as a function of the Excitation Frequency/Natural Frequency Ratio F (C) C (F) 18 25 % 256 (10.73 (8.58) 2.38) 127.88) 80.60 .vibrationmounts.21) 105.3662 Fax: 516.5 0.07) .7° (-35.3 0.63) 270 (1.50 .95 (1.03) 162 (1.58 .1 7 psi (N/mm2) % NAT.364 -20° to +160° (-29° to +71°) -37.0 0.15 1.45) 237 (1.2 0 6.55) 165.72) 232.13 (0.86 (0.6 2. RUBBER 80 DURO SHORE 00 c/cc = 0./in.00 (0.18) 66.4 0.

vibrationmounts.197 ±.02) *JIS K 2207 **Japan Rubber Association Standard (SRIS 0101) 1-34 (.6 x 1014 (2.) V10Z61MTHB V10Z61MTHA V10Z61MTHC V10Z61MTHTW V10Z61MMN03 V10Z61MMN05 V10Z61MMN07 V10Z61MMN10 V10Z61MSF02 V10Z61MSF05 V10Z61MSF10 6.2 x 1014 (1.130 ±.3365 New Metric General Characteristics V10Z61MA1 V10Z61MA2 & V10Z61MB1 V10Z61MB2 & V10Z61MSF10 Specific Gravity Hardness 1.com Phone: 516.459) (. x °F) 1.12) 0.06 1.5 (.026 0.12) Volume Resistance Ohm x cm (Ohm x in.5 (.3 ±1 (.022) (.12) 0.010 0.322) S E C T I O N 1 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .229) (.3662 Fax: 516.04) 4 ±0.52 (.031 0.057) (.3 x 1014) 6.4 ±0.6 x 1014) + + + + - + + + + - + + + + - -40°C to 200°C (-40°F to 392°F) -40°C to 200°C (-40°F to 392°F) -40°C to 200°C (-40°F to 392°F) Catalog Number Quantity of Deflection mm (in.173 ±.068) (.2 (.104 0.02) Chemical Resistance Toluene Acetone Methanol Distilled H20 Fuel Lubricant NaCl (10%) HCL (10%) NaOH (5%) Temperature Range + = Has a Reaction .04) 5 ±1 (.04) 3.068) (.5 ±1 0.07 Needle* Penetration (1/10 mm) 55 — — Asker C** — 33 52.05 1.M PONENT Technical Information for Silicone Gel Mounts www.172) (.328.157 ±.031 0.138 ±.6 x 1014) 3.078 0.115) (.328.5 Specific Heat J/g x K (Btu /lb.36) 1.146 (.010 0.36) Thermal Conductivity W/m x K [Btu/(h x ft.51 (.208 0.36) 1.= No Reaction 3.2 (.52 (.3 ±1 (.052 0.161) (. x °F)] 0.022) (.) 4.) Load at Deflection kgf (lb.04) 4.248 ±.073 0.0 x 1014 (1.2 (.

HANG IN COMPRESSIVE DIRECTION • Contains nothing harmful.328. • Low in temperature dependency. BOLT HOLE OUT OF CENTER 5. SHEARING DIRECTION 1-35 S E C T I O N 1 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE . • Performance stays the same even after repeated use.3365 RIGHT USE New Metric FEATURES: 1. WRONG USE 3. UNEVEN LOAD 4.vibrationmounts. this material offers stable performance from -40°C to 200°C (-40°F to 392°F). Environment-friendly. TWIST 1. TENSILE DIRECTION 2. • Low in compression set.3662 Fax: 516.328. 2.Proper Application of Silicone Gel Mounts www.com Phone: 516. • Excellent chemical resistance. EVEN LOAD • Highest damping effect arises when gel is INSTALLED SURFACE compressed 10% up to 30%.

1-36 ˜ ˜ 16 ˜ 16 ˜ S E C T I O N 1 • MATERIAL: Double-Studded Silicone Gel Vibration Mounts www.5 to 25 (27. Unichro Plated Body – Silicone Gel New M6 18 (. 3: Iron.71) 22 (.38) Fig./leg) Resonance Point Resonance Magnification Hz dB Recommended Frequency Hz 0.Studs – Fig. Metric TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°C to +200°C (-40°F to +392°F) V10Z61MTHB 1 V10Z61MTHA V10Z61MTHC 2 V10Z61MTHTW 3 • MATERIAL: Optimum Load Fig.5 (18. Nickel Plated.1) 10 to 8 20 to 19 20 from 14 18 (. 2 Note: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.71) Fig.1 & 2: Brass./leg) 2 Resonance Point Resonance Magnification Hz dB Recommended Frequency Hz to 3.328.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .67) 20 (.5 to 0. Number Catalog Number kgf / leg (lb.5 to 5. TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°C to +200°C (-40°F to +392°F) Optimum Load Catalog Number* kgf / leg (lb.18) Ø24 (.59) h h h Ø18 (.4) 14 to 12 13 to 12 12.1 to 1. Unichro Plated Body – Silicone Gel Ø28 (1.8 to 2 (1.3662 Fax: 516.com Phone: 516.8 to 4.7 to 12.1 to 18.87) Ø30 (1.5 to 12.94) Note: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.4 to 0.1) Ø20 (.) See application page for proper usage.71) 25 (. Fig.79) M6 Ø12 (.7 to 27.6 (.5 (12. * This type is slotted on the stud for fixing a bolt.7) 11 to 10 16 to 15 V10Z61MMN10 8.7) 12 to 10 12 17 **V10Z61MMN05 3. **See page 2-3 for Transmissibility Chart.6 to 55.98) Studs– Iron.79) M4 • DAMPS LOW FREQUENCY VIBRATIONS • FOR SMALL TO INTERMEDIATE LOAD APPLICATIONS • TO BE USED IN COMPRESSION ONLY 15 (.9 to 1.8) 16 to 15 12 23 0.8 (1.98) Ø35 (1.6) 11 to 10 20 to 18 V10Z61MMN03 ˜ ˜ ˜ h mm (in. 1 Ø25 (.71) 12 (.5 (7.3) 13 to 11 13 to 12 18 0.5 to 8.vibrationmounts.4 to 7.5 (4. 3 Fig.47) New M6 17 (.47) 18 (.1) 11 to 10 14 to 13 16 V10Z61MMN07 5.328.

com Phone: 516.07 kgf) Fasteners – Steel.6) 155 (2.51 (13) .3365 • FOR LOADS OF 1 TO 20 POUNDS (0.56 (39. 2 35 D (No (Load) Load) 1 LOAD PER MOUNT (lb.2) .63) 13.9) .34 (8.027 .00 (25.7) .1) 1-37 3 CURVE 3 L Static "K" is approximately 1/2 to 1/3 Dynamic Rate.00 (76. Constant (kgf / mm) 90 (1.3662 Fax: 516.68 (17.75 (44.4) 2.0 (1.58 (14.8) 1.45 TO 9.0 (2.058 .5) .75) 122 (2.vibrationmounts.6) 1.0 (0.262 S E C T I O N 1 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .3) 1.5) 1.45) 210 (3.193 .6) .1) 3.53 (13.45) 2. / in.6) .9) 20.136 .13) 3.3) .0 (5.) "K" "C" Dynamic Spring Rate Damping lb.5) .75 (19.328.6) .91) 2.0 (9.62 1.20 5/16 -18 H 4 5 6 7 8 30 25 20 15 141 10 W .62 (15.7) .) Catalog Number 131 15 5 0 142 5 10 15 20 LOAD PER MOUNT (lb. (kgf) 1.53 (13.45 (36.62 (41.5) 1. www.18) 172 (3.13) 77 (1.54 (64.M PONENT • MATERIAL: Ring Mounts – To 20 lbs.36) 5.7) .77) 63 (1.0 (0.328.174 .0 (3.27) 8.8) (36.) Dimensions Rated Load Curve 132 10 LOAD PER MOUNT (lb.2) .81 (20.5 (1. Cadmium Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber LOAD W L H NATURAL FREQUENCY (CPS) D B NATURAL FREQUENCY (CPS) NATURAL FREQUENCY (CPS) A CURVE 1 40 35 30 25 121 20 112 111 122 15 10 0 3 2 1 4 CURVE 2 35 30 25 20 5 0 V10Z 8-112 V10Z 8-111 1 V10Z 8-122 V10Z 8-121 V10Z 8-132 2 V10Z 8-131 V10Z 8-142 3 V10Z 8-141 lb.56 (14. NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.50 (12.38) 137 (2.68 (17.31 (7.93 (49) .07) H A B #6-32 .07) .1) #10-32 1/4 .93 (23.025 .376 .75 (19.

.43 450 M8 60 2.17 .61 220 114 4. Load Range Standard Load kgf 2 75 3 2 150 3 2 300 3 2 600 3 2 1200 3 lb.75 55 2.17 . Thread mm 35 1. with *Nat.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .59 35 1.06 168 6. mm in.3662 Fax: 516.06 270 M16 19 160 6.38 .82 1. NN.. (cpm) mm in..24 190 *The natural frequency of 1 layer is 2 layers natural frequency x 1-38 2 L in.79 310 M12 15 120 4..18 260 86 3. Lower Limit… Upper Limit kgf 165 25. HN.100 lb. mm 11 15 14 20 20 30 27 41 38 57 D d1 H d2 in.. 0602 0603 0802 0803 1202 1203 1602 1603 2302 2303 Rings NOTE: These combination mounts shown above are also available with three rings.) TWO RING MOUNTS L Ød1 Ød2 Ød1 H H H ØD L Style 2HH Style 2BB Style 2NN Metric THREE RING MOUNTS Ød2 L Ød2 Ød1 H H FEATURES: • Low natural frequency • Constant natural frequency in a wide range of load • Excellent stability • Multiple layers are possible • Very easy to install H L Style 3HH Style 3BB APPLICATIONS • COMPRESSORS • PUMPS • BLOWERS • TRANSFORMERS Style 3NN COMBINATION MOUNTS • LIGHTWEIGHT MACHINES • OFFICE EQUIPMENT • MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • SCALES CATALOG NUMBER DESIGNATION V10Z47MRM Load Code Style HN Style HB Mounting Style: (see drawings at left) HH.328.800 440.1763 2645 400.36 11 51 2. Std.18 .81 .328.vibrationmounts..59 370 46 1....220 331 50.400 220..00 ..1600 882. mm in.com Phone: 516.30 126 4.72 97 3.96 1. Load Freq....441 661 100.15 67 2.49 1. plated Isolators – Natural Rubber (165 TO 2645 lb. BB.43 .882 1322 200.200 110...60 .50 230 M16 19 230 9.61 2.79 320 66 2. 30 1. 55.• FOR STANDARD LOADS OF 75 TO 1200 kgf Mounting Plates – Steel.39 1..55 380 M10 13 80 3.. HB or BN Style BN Load Code No.51 S E C T I O N 1 • MATERIAL: Ring Mounts www...64 .38 .75 55 2.3526 Defl.

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2 Metric d1 d2 The projections shown are per ISO convention.89) L mm (in.50) d1 C mm (in.3662 Fax: 516.16) 7 (.) 4 (..328.157) Maximum Load N (lb.2) 500 (112. V10Z77MAGB-30B A V10Z77MAGB-D30B mm (in.) 50 (11. 1 13.) 88 (3.532) E FIG. Catalog Number Fig.6 (2.4) 700 (157.) 30 (1.5) 150 (33.28) Minimum Load N (lb.4) 450 (101.vibrationmounts.46) I mm (in.) 300 (67.That Advanced Antivibration Components is well-equipped to handle an entire project from the design and manufacturing of individual components to the assembly of final products? We are dedicated to quality products and on time delivery.com Phone: 516..) M8 8 (.) 24 (.18) 38 (1.) 63.039) 2 (. 100 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 2-2 % 30 .328.) 48 (1. No.) Admissible Temporary Overload 1 (.4) Deflection mm (in.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Isolator – Ozone-Resistant Natural Rubber (55 Shore A) • EXCELLENT TEAR RESISTANCE Bolt – DIN 976 STUD IS REMOVABLE FOR FEMALE THREAD ATTACHMENT • Nut – DIN 934 Washer – DIN 9021 Base – Carbon Steel D New C D C A A I L I L FIG.CO • MATERIAL: Base Mounts – Flange Type www.2) 100 (22.94) 1 V10Z77MAGB-30 D mm (in.7) Deflection mm (in.52 (.079) PERFORMANCE Graph V10Z77MAGB-D30 700 Did You Know? 600 500 V10Z77MAGB-D30B V10Z77MAGB-30 400 V10Z77MAGB-30B 300 200 .) 4 (.315) d2 mm (in.50) 2 V10Z77MAGB-D30 E mm (in.

18) New SLOTTED M6 Ø36 (1. Unichro Plated Body – Silicone Gel Flange Plate – Stainless Steel 60 (2.2G Silicone Dampers 10 3.2 to 16.81) Ø24 (.5) TYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SILICONE GEL TYPE MOUNTS (Example Shown: V10Z61MMN05) 100 TRANSMISSIBILITY 31.8 to 7.5 V10Z61MSF10 7.8 Hz 8.24) Metric NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.42) 2-4.• DAMPS LOW FREQUENCY VIBRATIONS • FOR SMALL TO INTERMEDIATE LOAD APPLICATIONS • CAN BE USED WHEN SPACE IS LIMITED • TO BE USED IN COMPRESSION ONLY Stud – Steel.7 Load: 20 kgf /4 Legs (44.25 to 7.5 to 12.01 0 20 40 60 80 FREQUENCY (Hz) 2-3 100 Silicone Rubber Dampers Dampers 9.6) (7.25 to 3.3662 Fax: 516.328.0315 0.vibrationmounts.com Phone: 516.36) 46 (1. TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°C to +200°C (-40°F to +392°F) Optimum Load Catalog Number kgf / leg (lb.5 Hz 6.71) 60° 22 (.8 S E C T I O N 2 • MATERIAL: Base Mounts – Silicone Gel Type www.2) V10Z61MSF05 3.1 0.25 (2.94) Ø30 (1. /leg) V10Z61MSF02 1.17 Damping Rubber Resonance Point Resonance Magnification 1 0. / 4 Legs) Vibration Level: 0.328.315 0.5 to 27.1 lb.87) 2-R6 (.17 x .2x6(.24) LONG HOLE 18 (.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .5 (16.5 19.

8 TO 9.1 kgf) Isolator – Natural Rubber Base – Steel or Aluminum S E C T I O N 2 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE 1.7) .6) 1 2 3 5 *To be discontinued when present stock is depleted.7) (1.8) 1.0 (25.4) X X LOAD/DEFLECTION GRAPH Maximum Recommended Static Load/Deflection .8) 8 (3.328. (4.25 (31.com Phone: 516.1) .0 (0.414 (35.2) 1.6) 12 (5.10 DEFLECTION (in.25 DIA.035 (0.3) (3.3662 Fax: 516.) .0 5.3) .6) (5.2) (5) 1. (4. minimum).165 DIA. (31.1) 4 8 12 20 (1.5 3. (kgf) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute 1900 2500 3000 4000 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.46 (11.3) .1) 2 4 7 11 (0.17 (4.7) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.9) 1. 2-4 (0.165 DIA.4) 20 (9.9) (1.0 (25.) 1.5) (0.17 (4. • FOR LOADS OF 4 TO 20 POUNDS (1.328. (kgf) A B C D 4 (1.8) (3.4) (9. NOTE: The above platemounts are available in Neoprene as a special order (200 pc.89) 1.68 (42.3365 M PONENT • MATERIAL: Platemounts – To 20 lbs.8) Base Type Square Aluminum Steel Catalog Number * V10Z40-1210A1 V10Z40-1210B1 V10Z40-1210C1 V10Z40-1210D1 — — V10Z40-1210C3 — Base Type Diamond Aluminum Steel Catalog Number V10Z40-1210A2 V10Z40-1210B2 V10Z40-1210C2 V10Z40-1210D2 — V10Z40-1210B4 V10Z40-1210C4 V10Z40-1210D4 .3) 40 LOAD (lb.4) D 30 20 C B 10 A 0 SECTION X-X .4) (2.2) .9) (1.www. Load Rating Maximum Load lb.0 8.05 .8) (3.vibrationmounts.4) (2.75 (19.

1) 26 (11.10 DEFLECTION (in.8 1.39 (9.com Phone: 516.6 1.3) (2.3) .4) 17 (7.2) S E C T I O N 2 LOAD/DEFLECTION GRAPH Maximum Recommended Static Load/Deflection DL 30 DK 25 .16 DIA.9) .0 (0.0 (2.2 2.4) (1.4) .8) . (kgf) AA BB BK CC CK DD DK DL 3 (1.5 (5) 9. minimum).0 (0.4) 17 (7.8) (2.7 (0.1) SECTION X-X 1. (4) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.7) 20 (9.4 TO 11. (4) 1.8) (2. Load Rating Maximum Load lb. NOTE: 1.3 1.6) 2.4) 6 (2.4) 14 (6.6) (4.0 (7.7) (1.50 (38.9) 1.0 4.0 5.4) (0.20 (5.4 .4) (1. www.6 3.1) 16.5 (7.5 7.8 kgf) Isolator – Natural Rubber Base – Steel or Aluminum 1.vibrationmounts.2) 2.34 (59.1) (1.0 4.2 1.3) (1.3) 12.4) 8.8) (1) (1.3) 10.5) (2.0 (0.0 (5.1) 7.05 . (kgf) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute 1600 1750 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.4 4.5) (1.7 2. 2.7) 9 (4.9) 11.9) (1.6) (0.3365 • FOR LOADS OF 3 TO 26 POUNDS (1.328.1) 12 (5.2) 2-5 .6) .78 (45.0 (2.3) (0.0 (3.8) 3 (1.38 (35)X X LOAD (lb.2) 5.5) (0.2 2.8) (1) (1.050 (1.3662 Fax: 516.2) (1.9) (3.5 (5.1) 26 (11.2) (0.8 1.8 3.0 (4.26 (6.78 (45.0 (3.3) 3.6 2.95 (5) 1. The above platemounts may be discontinued but are still available in large quantities.0 (4.7) 20 (9.0 (9.63 (16) .CO M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • MATERIAL: Platemounts – To 26 lbs.0 5.1) .5) (3.4) (2) (2. The above platemounts are available in Neoprene as a special order (200 pc.3) 3.8) 2 5 7 9 11 13 16 20 (0.) DD 20 CK CC 15 BK 10 BB 5 AA 0 .5) (0.4) 6 (2.3) Base Type Square Aluminum Steel Catalog Number — V10Z40-1215BB1 V10Z40-1215BK1 V10Z40-1215CC1 V10Z40-1215CK1 V10Z40-1215DD1 V10Z40-1215DK1 V10Z40-1215DL1 — V10Z40-1215BB3 — V10Z40-1215CC3 V10Z40-1215CK3 — — V10Z40-1215DL3 Base Type Diamond Aluminum Steel Catalog Number V10Z40-1215AA2 V10Z40-1215BB2 V10Z40-1215BK2 V10Z40-1215CC2 — V10Z40-1215DD2 — — V10Z40-1215AA4 V10Z40-1215BB4 — V10Z40-1215CC4 V10Z40-1215CK4 V10Z40-1215DD4 V10Z40-1215DK4 — 1.4) 14 (6.8) 1.2) 4.5 (1.1) 12 (5.0 (5) 6.7 2.1) 5.7) 9 (4.328.4 3.0 (0.16 DIA.) .4) (0.0 5.5) .

2) 15 (6.20 .8) .6) .75 (44.6) (5) 2 3 4 6 7 (0.8) 11 (5) 23 (10.00 (50.) 2. 2.8) (2.7) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.5) 20 (9.34 (8.2) 1.9) 60 (27. The above platemounts may be discontinued but are still available in large quantities.98 (75.www.9) (1.4 TO 27. Base Type Square Steel Catalog Number — — V10Z40-1260CC3 V10Z40-1260DD3 V10Z40-1260DK3 Base Type Diamond Aluminum Steel Catalog Number V10Z40-1260AA2 — V10Z40-1260CC2 V10Z40-1260DD2 V10Z40-1260DK2 V10Z40-1260AA4 V10Z40-1260BB4 V10Z40-1260CC4 V10Z40-1260DD4 V10Z40-1260DK4 NOTE: 1.19 DIA.vibrationmounts.1) 22 (10) 3 6 9 13 17 (1.4) (1.1) 16 (7.8) (2. (kgf) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute 1100 1250 1500 1750 2000 2500 3000 3500 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.8) SECTION X-X 2.328.8) (2.9) .10 .) X .19 DIA.9) (1. (4.4) 17 (7.6) 45 (20.7) (3.3) (3.2) 1 2 3 4 6 (0.3365 M PONENT • MATERIAL: Platemounts – To 60 lbs. Load Rating Maximum Load lb.5) (0.7) 31 (14.2) 12 (5.3) 7 (3.4) 60 (27.8) 2.3) 30 (13.3) 11 (5) 7 (3.5) X LOAD (lb. minimum).57) DK DD CC BB AA . (4.2) 5 (2.15 .7) .25 DEFLECTION (in.25 (57.9) (7.9) 2.com Phone: 516.7) 2-6 2 4 5 8 11 (0. (kgf) AA BB CC DD DK 12 (5.4) 10 (4.9) (1.4) 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 LOAD/DEFLECTION GRAPH Maximum Recommended Static Load/Deflection .1) 30 (13.062 (1.4) (2.4) 45 (20.2 kgf) Isolator – Natural Rubber Base – Steel or Aluminum S E C T I O N 2 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE 2.3662 Fax: 516. The above platemounts are available in Neoprene as a special order (200 pc.0 (25.391 (9.1) (5.25 (57.4) 20 (9.7) (4.4) (1.4) 35 (15. • FOR LOADS OF 12 TO 60 POUNDS (5.2) 47 (21.6) 23 (10.05 .2) 1.475 (62.56 (14.2) .328.

2) 22 (10) 31 (14.5) 7.0 (4.3 (2) 3.10 .08 .7) (31.com Phone: 516.0 (6.062 (1. (kgf) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute 1325 1750 2000 2500 3500 3000 4000 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.399 10.vibrationmounts.2) 90 S E C T I O N 2 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE LOAD/DEFLECTION GRAPH Maximum Recommended Static Load/Deflection DD 80 CK 1.6) 4.4) 20.1) (22.0 7.2) 2.1) (22.04 .0 (9.2) (4.7) (10.6 TO 40.0 18.9) 10.22 (5.8) .5) 5. The above platemounts may be discontinued but are still available in large quantities. (4.1 .6) CC 50 BK 40 BB 30 .6) 0 2.8) 17 23 29 40 52 (7.8 10.0 (5) 14.3) 5.4 (4.2 (3.) SECTION X-X 2.) 60 .4) 10. (4.9) 2.4) 10 . The above platemounts are available in Neoprene as a special order (200 pc.59 (15) 20 1.1) 25.9) 18 (8.000 (25.14 DEFLECTION (in.0 (8.5) (2) (2. Base Type Square Aluminum Steel Catalog Number — V10Z40-1220BK1 — — V10Z40-1220DD1 V10Z40-1220BB3 — V10Z40-1220CC3 — V10Z40-1220DD3 Base Type Diamond Aluminum Steel Catalog Number — — — — V10Z40-1220DD2 V10Z40-1220BB4 V10Z40-1220BK4 — V10Z40-1220CK4 V10Z40-1220DD4 NOTE: 1.2) 13.386 ( 9.8) (40.www.6) (18. 2.1) (23.25 (57.12 .0 (5.8) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.7 (2.6) (18. (kgf) BB BK CC CK DD 30 40 50 70 90 (13.06 .8) 30 40 50 70 90 (13.6) 13 (5.3662 Fax: 516.4) (13.0 14. • FOR LOADS OF 30 TO 90 POUNDS (13.328.475 (62.7) .00 (50.5) (3.5 (6.0 (2.5) .8) 11.3365 M PONENT • MATERIAL: Platemounts – To 90 lbs.8 kgf) Isolator – Natural Rubber Base – Steel or Aluminum 2.7) 4.19 DIA.98 (75.8 ) .5) X 70 X LOAD (lb.3 (3.5) 7.4 (3.0 2-7 (1.7) (31.19 DIA.1) 40 (18.25 (57.328. Load Rating Maximum Load lb.8) .2) (18. minimum).3) 6.8) (40.0 (11.1) 8.75 (44.02 .

minimum).4) 200 (90.4) 70 (31.328.5) 170 (77.26 (57.25 (82.9) DIA.4) LOAD/DEFLECTION GRAPH Maximum Recommended Static Load/Deflection 2.3662 Fax: 516.3) D 600 C B 400 200 0 .15 DEFLECTION (in.7) A10Z40-1280D 760 (344.25 (57.7) 520 (235. MAX.25 (108) 5. (10.6) 100 (45.3365 • FOR LOADS OF 440 TO 760 POUNDS (200 TO 344. Catalog Number Maximum Load lb.135 (3.CO M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • MATERIAL: Platemounts – To 760 lbs.406 DIA.9) 270 (122.7 kgf) Isolator – Natural Rubber Base – Steel S E C T I O N 2 .vibrationmounts.7) 40 (18.4) DIA.1) 120 (54.687 DIA.14 (29) .2) 50 (22.7) DIA.1) A10Z40-1280C 560 (254) 560 (254) 380 (172.8) 60 (27. (kgf) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute 1300 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.10 .8) NOTE: The above platemounts are available in Neoprene as a special order (200 pc. (17.90 (73.4) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.) 2. www.4) 3.) 4.25 (133.7) 120 (54.05 .8) 50 (22. .7) 760 (344.2) 1000 800 2.com Phone: 516.8) 70 (31.4) 90 (40.328. 2-8 .6) 2. LOAD (lb. (kgf) V10Z40-1280B 440 (200) 440 (200) 300 (136) 160 (72.75 (69. 1.4) 90 (40.

Load is supported by the top surface of the assembly which has a 17/64 (6. lb.2) 17/64 DIA.10 . max.7 TO 16.CO M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • MATERIAL: Finger-Flex Assemblies www.8) 37 (16.) NATURAL FREQUENCY (Hz) Catalog Number V10Z 4-1550D 30 Approximate Hardness Durometer min.2) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.7) 20 (9.1) 30 V10Z 4-1550D 15 (16.2) 2-3/8 (60.8 kgf) Housing – Zinc Plated Steel with Clear Dichromate Sealer Isolator – Rubber S E C T I O N 2 13/64 (5. HOLE (6.8) 60 2-9 .328. The rubber isolation members are similiar to the FINGER-FLEX V10R 4-1504 and V10R 5-1505 series. 23/32 (18. (kgf) per mount .7 mm) diameter clearance hole to accommodate a screw fastener from the load member.3365 • FOR LOADS OF 6 TO 37 POUNDS (2. NATURAL FREQUENCY: 6–30 Hz V10Z 4-1550D LOAD (lb.02 Load Type Compression.7) 2-3/8 (60.328.3) Assembled style V10Z 4.3) 1-15/16 (49.6) V10R 4-1505 3/64 (1.3) V10R 4-1504 1-1/8 (28. The cup base dimensions and mounting hole pattern conform to MIL size 2 specifications.04 .2) 1-15/16 (49.) 40 40 30 20 10 0 V10Z 4-1550A 5 10 15 20 20 V10Z 4-1550A 10 0 25 .mounts are supplied with rubber bushings and rings permanently installed within a convenient cadmium plated metal mounting cup.06 DEFLECTION (in.08 .vibrationmounts.com Phone: 516.) LOAD (lb. V10Z 4-1550A 6 (2.3662 Fax: 516.

08 .3) S E C T I O N 2 V10R 4-1505 1-1/16 (27) V10R 4-1504 V10R 4-1505 NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.12 .04 .7) V10R 4-1504 V10R 4-1505 NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.com Phone: 516. 1 1-15/32 (37.) 10 25 20 15 NATURAL FREQUENCY-Hz Fig.) Catalog Number 40 30 20 2-10 11 12 .24 Approximate Hardness Durometer • FIG 1 V10Z 4-1552A 30 V10Z 4-1552D 60 • FIG 2 V10Z 4-1553A 30 V10Z 4-1553D 60 10 0 V10Z 4-1553D V10Z 4-1553A 5 6 7 8 9 10 NATURAL FREQUENCY-Hz DEFLECTION (in.) 40 V10Z 4-1553A 10 0 . NATURAL FREQUENCY: 6-30 Hz 50 V10Z 4-1553D 30 20 LOAD (lb.16 .08 .CO M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • MATERIAL: Finger-Flex Assemblies www.9 kgf) Fasteners – Cadmium Plated Steel Isolater – Rubber Fig.20 .) LOAD (lb. 2 V10R 4-1505 1-13/16 (46) V10R 4-1504 1-13/32 (35.328.) LOAD (lb. NATURAL FREQUENCY: 6–30 Hz V10Z 4-1552D 50 LOAD (lb.328.04 .3365 • FOR LOADS UP TO 35 POUNDS (15.vibrationmounts.20 40 30 20 10 V10Z 4-1552D V10Z 4-1552A 0 .24 5 DEFLECTION (in.16 .3662 Fax: 516.) 40 30 20 V10Z 4-1552A 10 0 .12 .

10 .5) 30 (13.8) DK DD LOAD (lb.89) Catalog Number Maximum Rating Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute 1600 lb.6) .7) V10Z40-1240BB 42 (19.1) 51 (23.1) 16 (7.2) 13 (5.4) 10 (4.44 (36.1) x .8) 90 (40.3) CC 50 BB AA 1.9) 2-11 .94 (49.67 (17) 1.) 1. .9) 9 (4.1) 42 (19.7) 28 (12.50 DIA.vibrationmounts.4) 11 (5) V10Z40-1240DD 90 (40.05 DEFLECTION (in.035 (0.2) V10Z40-1240CC 62 (28.38 (60.3662 Fax: 516.5) X X 150 x 100 SECTION X-X NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.6) 60 (27.2) 43 (19.7) 20 (9. Cadmium Plated LOAD/DEFLECTION GRAPH Deflections below the line x---x are considered safe practice for static loads.20 UNC TAP 5/8 DP (15.5) 7 (3.8) 74 (33. www.8) S E C T I O N 2 1. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.com Phone: 516.7) 93 (42.1) 27 (12. (4.6) 14 (6. (kgf) 1750 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 Maximum Load for 81% Isolation lb.1) 42 (19.2) 114 (51.19 DIA.1) 62 (28.1) 7 (3.7) 18 (8. (kgf) V10Z40-1240AA 33 (15) 33 (15) 27 (12.2) 6 (2.3) V10Z40-1240DK 135 (61.2) 22 (10) 14 (6.9) 2.7) 0 . 1/4 .6) 24 (10.2) 135 (61.CO M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • MATERIAL: Cup Mounts – To 135 lbs.328.3365 • FOR LOADS OF 33 TO 135 POUNDS (15 TO 61 kgf) Isolator – Natural Rubber Base – Steel. (38.13 (28.) .19 (4.2) 60 (27.1) 34 (15.2) 39 (17.4) 28 (12.2) 19 (8.328.

26) 60 75 V10Z74MMG092-4 45 92 (3.48) 53 (2.) mm (in.) mm (in.42) V10Z74MMG092-7 60 75 V10Z74MMG124-4 V10Z74MMG124-6 Max.) mm (in.16) PERFORMANCE GRAPHS 1800 3000 V10Z74MMG074-7 1500 V10Z74MMG074-6 1200 V10Z74MMG092-7 V10Z74MMG092-6 2000 1800 V10Z74MMG092-4 V10Z74MMG074-4 600 1200 300 900 1 2 3 4 5 300 0 V10Z74MMG124-6 1 2 2-12 3 4 5 V10Z74MMG124-4 2500 0 600 0 V10Z74MMG124-7 7500 5000 1500 900 10000 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 S E C T I O N 2 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .35) 90 (3.36) V10Z74MMG124-7 60 75 Deflection N (lb.) C I U L D mm (in.) V10Z74MMG074-4 V10Z74MMG074-6 74 (2.3365 M PONENT • MATERIAL: Base Mounts – Cylindrical Type • LATERAL STIFFNESS 3 TO 4 TIMES GREATER THAN AXIAL STIFFNESS Isolator – Natural Rubber Base – Carbon Steel DM D C New A A1 L I U I Metric L X X The projections shown are per ISO convention.10) 5 (.51) 144 (5.com Phone: 516.5 (.95) M16 114 (4.5 (.328.www.67) 60 (2.16) 3 (.3662 Fax: 516.49) 13 (.09) M12 90 (3. Catalog Number DM A A1 mm (in.09) M10 72 (2.12) 2.62) 63 (2.08) 4 (.91) 42 (1.10) 2 (.20) 5 (.) 700 (157) 1200 (270) 1750 (393) 1400 (315) 2000 (450) 3000 (674) 3600 (809) 5000 (1124) 8000 (1798) 3 (.88) 94 (3.43) 114 (4.70) 75 (2. Load in Compression 45 V10Z74MMG074-7 V10Z74MMG092-6 Hardness Shore A 45 124 (4.54) 11 (.49) 36 (1.84) 9 (.) mm (in.) mm (in.vibrationmounts.328.20) 4 (.) mm (in.54) 32 (1.65) 53 (2.12) 2.

35) 110 (4.18) 45 (1.40) 16.65) 55 (2.30) 68 (2.1) 850 (1873.2 (.2) 450 (992.2 (.15) 100 (3.12) 4 (.) mm (in.2 (.5 (.) mm (in.) mm (in.3662 Fax: 516.6) 270 (595.73) 60 (2.2 (.36) 20 (.91) 30 (1. 2 Metric D D F F Fig.17) 6 (.40) 16.16) 2-13 Static Load kgf (lb.13) 80 (3.06) 2 (.68) 85 (3.73) 60 (2.97) 23 (.) 120 (264.6 (.97) 73 (2.) mm (in.86) 38 (1.) 6.2 (.32) 10.87) 98 (3.12) 4 (.44) 90 (3.vibrationmounts.9) Deflection mm (in.2 (.10) 3.4 (.23) 105 (4.18) 45 (1.) mm (in.77) 50 (1.com Phone: 516.32) 10.) 48 (1.94) 130 (5.48) 68 (2.24) S E C T I O N 2 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .) mm (in.23) 105 (4.24) 8.17) 82 (3. V10Z55MT1048 V10Z55MT2062 1 V10Z55MT3090 V10Z55MT4115 V10Z55MT1048G V10Z55MT2062G 2 V10Z55MT3090G V10Z55MT4115G A B C mm (in. 1 Fig.33) 160 (6.) mm (in.6 (.24) 2.3365 • LIMITED SIDE DEFLECTIONS • EASY LEVELING • LOW MAINTENANCE Isolator – Natural Rubber Base – Carbon Steel.5 (.89) 62 (2.9) 120 (264.40) 16.94) 130 (5.77) 50 (1.2 (.64) 24.5 (.79) 25 (.98) 44 (1.44) 90 (3. 1 H t H t E K L E K L Fig. No.32) 10.64) 6.2) 450 (992.33) 160 (6.86) 8.50) 50 (1.98) 44 (1.54) 115 (4.48) 80 (3.15) 100 (3.87) 98 (3.06) 2 (.12) 190 (7.97) 73 (2.328. 900 T4115 T4115G 800 LOAD (kgf) 700 600 T3090 T3090G 500 400 300 T2062 T2062G 200 T1048 T1048G 100 1 2 3 4 5 6 DEFLECTION (mm) Catalog Number Fig.91) 30 (1.14) 4.• MATERIAL: Base Mounts – Cylindrical Type www.2 (.30) 23 (.) mm (in.35) 110 (4. Zinc Plated A B A B C G New Fig.79) 25 (.89) 62 (2.2 (.14) 4.08) 3 (.4 (.6) 270 (595.12) 190 (7.08) 3 (.53) 48 (1.17) 82 (3.5 (.13) 42 (1.68) 85 (3. 2 The projections shown are per ISO convention.53) 38 (1.54) 115 (4.36) 42 (1.65) 55 (2.2 (.50) 50 (1.95) — — M8 — M10 — M14 — M16 G D E F L K H t mm (in.97) 1.2 (.10) 3.) 2.1) 850 (1873.24) 8.16) 1.2 (.328.64) 20 (.17) 6 (.

87) 280 (1. Metric DM L The projections shown are per ISO convention.) U C mm (in.5 55 75 V10Z75MBM200-7 Max. Deflection mm (in.276) 6 (.04) 200 (7.328.com Phone: 516.26) 45 (1.45) M16 Ø14.0) 8000 (1798.43 x .67) 226 (8.90) 186 (7.) mm (in.276) 6 (.) mm (in.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • CAN BE MOUNTED IN SERIES Isolator – Natural Rubber Base – Carbon Steel D C New DM I U SHOWN: Catalog Number V10Z75MBM200-.) 4 (.8) 5000 (1124.7) 2200 (494.3) 2500 (562.) Hardness Shore A 45 V10Z75MBM100-4 V10Z75MBM100-6 32 (1.63) 75 V10Z75MBM100-7 45 V10Z75MBM150-4 V10Z75MBM150-6 55 42 (1.10) 240 (9.7) Max.5) 12000 (2697.30) 128 (5..CO • MATERIAL: Base Mounts – Dome Type www. Catalog Number A D DM L I mm (in. with upper metal reinforcement visible.) mm (in.) mm (in.3) 1600 (359.328.32) M14 Ø12 55 V10Z75MBM150-7 75 V10Z75MBM200-4 45 V10Z75MBM200-6 40 (1.0) 3500 (786.78) 160 (6.77) 96 (3.58) 128 (5.) 900 (202.04) M10 11 x 16 (.vibrationmounts.65) 82 (3.3662 Fax: 516.236) PERFORMANCE GRAPHS 2750 2500 2250 2000 V10Z75MBM100-7 V10Z75MBM100-6 V10Z75MBM100-4 13750 12500 5500 5000 4500 4000 V10Z75MBM150-7 V10Z75MBM150-6 11250 10000 3500 8750 1500 3000 7500 1250 2500 1756 6250 V10Z75MBM150-4 2000 750 1500 3750 500 1000 2500 250 500 1250 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 2-14 V10Z75MBM200-6 V10Z75MBM200-4 5000 1000 0 V10Z75MBM200-7 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 S E C T I O N 2 A . Load Under Compression N (lb.158) 7 (.23) 144 (5.6) 1300 (292.236) 7 (.

M PONENT

S

ADVA
N

CO

TION
RA

N
D A TIVIB
CE

• MATERIAL:

Diamond Base Mounts – Neoprene
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• FOR LOADS OF 45 TO 1100 POUNDS (20.4 TO 499 kgf)

Plates – Steel
Isolator – Oil-Resistant Neoprene

D
"F" DIA.
2 HOLES
B

E
A

TOP INSERT PLATE
G

CD

CS

APPLICATIONS
• INDUSTRIAL
• AIR CONDITIONING
• BUSINESS MACHINES

BOTTOM INSERT
STEEL PLATE
H

FEATURES:
• Threaded Plate Molded into Mounting
• Nonskid Base & Top Surface
• Fastening Slots for Speedy Installation
TEMPERATURE RANGE: -10°F to +180°F (-23.3°C to +82.2°C)

Catalog Number*

Rated
Load

Graph
Ref.∆
1S
1D

45

(20.4)

V10Z52-FA0060D

2D

60

(27.2)

V10Z52-FA0070

3S
3D

70

(31.8)

V10Z52-FA0080D

4D

80

(36.3)

V10Z52-FA0120
V10Z52-FB0135
V10Z52-FB0240
V10Z52-FB0260D
V10Z52-FB0380
V10Z52-FB0550
V10Z52-FC0525
V10Z52-FC0720D
V10Z52-FC0750
V10Z52-FC1100

8D
9S
9D
10S
10D
11S
11D
12D
13S
13D
14S
14D

B

3-1/8
(79.4)
3
(76.2)
3-1/8
(79.4)
3
(76.2)
3-1/8
(79.4)

1-3/4
(44.5)
1-9/16
(39.7)
1-3/4
(44.5)
1-9/16
(39.7)
1-3/4
(44.5)

lb. (kgf)

V10Z52-FA0045

5S
5D
6S
6D
7S
7D

Height C
A

120

(54.4)

135

(61.2)

240 (108.9)
260 (117.9)
380 (172.4)
550 (249.5)
525 (238.1)
720 (326.6)
750 (340.2)
1100 (499)

* To complete the Catalog Number, specify:

2-3/8
3-7/8
(98.4) (60.3)
2-1/8
3-3/4
(95.3) (54)
3-7/8
2-3/8
(98.4) (60.3)

Standard
CS
1
(25.4)

1
(25.4)

Double
CD
1-1/4
(31.8)
1-1/2
(38.1)
1-1/4
(31.8)
1-1/2
(38.1)
1-1/4
(31.8)

1-1/4
(31.8)

1-3/4
(44.5)

1-7/8
(47.6)


1
(25.4)

1-1/4
(31.8)

3-3/8
5-1/2
(139.7) (85.7)
5
3-1/16
(127)
(77.8)

1-3/4
(44.5)

5-1/2
3-3/8
(139.7) (85.7)

1-3/4
(44.5)

G

H

2-3/8
(60.3)
2-1/4
(57.2)
2-3/8 11/32
5/16-18 (60.3) (8.7)
2-1/4
(57.2)
2-3/8
(60.3)

1-1/4
(31.8)
1-1/8
(28.6)
1-1/4
(31.8)
1-1/8
(28.6)
1-1/4
(31.8)

3/16
(4.8)
7/32
(5.6)
3/16
(4.8)
7/32
(5.6)
3/16
(4.8)

11/32
(8.7)

1-3/4
(44.5)

7/32
(5.6)

3/8
(9.5)

1-9/16
(39.7)

11/32
(8.7)

3/8-16

E

3
(76.2)

1-3/4
(44.5)
2-7/8
(73)
2-3/4
(69.9)
2-7/8
(73)

1/2-13

4-1/8
(104.8)
4
(101.6)
4-1/8
(104.8)

Additional load ratings available on special order.

S for Standard Deflection
or D for Double Deflection
∆For

D

Load Deflection Graphs see page 2-17

2-15

F

9/16
(14.3)

Max. Static
Deflection
Standard
.20
(5.08)

.20
(5.08)

Double
.40
(10.16)
.30
(7.62)
.40
(10.16)
.30
(7.62)
.40
(10.16)

.25
(6.35)

.50
(12.7)

1/4
(6.4)

.40
(10.16)

1-3/4
(44.5)

7/32
(5.6)

.25
(6.35)

.50
(12.7)

2-1/2
(63.5)
2-5/16
(58.7)

1/4
(6.4)
3/8
(9.5)

.25
(6.35)

2-1/2
(63.5)

1/4
(6.4)

.25
(6.35)


.20
(5.08)

Mount
Color
BLACK
RED
RED
GREEN
GREEN
BLUE
RED
RED
GREEN
GRAY
RED

.50
(12.7)

GREEN
GREEN
GRAY

NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.

M PONENT

S

ADVA
N

CO

TION
RA

N
D A TIVIB
CE

• MATERIAL:

Rectangular Base Mounts – Neoprene
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• FOR LOADS OF 110 TO 3000 POUNDS (49.9 TO 1360.8 kgf)

Plates – Steel
Isolator – Oil-Resistant Neoprene

B

S E C T I O N 2

A
E

F

D
TOP INSERT PLATE
G

CD

CS

APPLICATIONS
• INDUSTRIAL
• AIR CONDITIONING
• BUSINESS MACHINES

BOTTOM INSERT
STEEL PLATE
H

FEATURES:
• Threaded Plate Molded into Mounting
• Nonskid Base & Top Surface
• Fastening Slots for Speedy Installation

TEMPERATURE RANGE: -10°F to +180°F (-23.3°C to +82.2°C)

Catalog Number*

Graph
Ref.∆

Rated
Load

AS
AD

110

(49.9)

V10Z53-FB0190D

BD

190

(86.2)

V10Z53-FB0260S

CS

V10Z53-FB0470

DS
DD

470 (213.2)

V10Z53-FC0300S

ES

300 (136.1)

V10Z53-FC0500S

FS

500 (226.8)

GS

B

lb. (kgf)

V10Z53-FB0110

V10Z53-FC0720S

Height C
A

260 (117.9)

720 (326.6)

HS
1120 (508)
HD
IS
V10Z53-FD2250
2250 (1020.6)
ID
JS
V10Z53-FD3000
3000 (1360.8)
JD
* To complete the Catalog Number, specify:
S for Standard Deflection
or D for Double Deflection
∆For Load Deflection Graphs see page 2-17

3-3/4
(95.3)

2-1/8
(54)

Standard
CS
1-1/8
(28.6)

Double
CD

D

F

G

H

Max. Static
Deflection
Standard
.20
(5.08)

1-7/8
(47.6)
3/8-16

1-1/8
(28.6)

E

3
(76.2)

3/8
(9.5)

1-9/16
(39.7)

1/4
(6.4)


.20
(5.08)

1-7/8
(47.6)

Double
.40
(10.16)

Mount
Color
BLUE
BLACK

RED

.40
(10.16)

GREEN
BLACK

5
(127)

3-1/16
(77.8)

1-5/8
(41.3)


1/2-13

4
9/16
(101.6) (14.3)

2-5/16
(58.7)

3/8
(9.5)

.25
(6.35)

6-1/4
4-5/8
(158.8) (117.5)

1-5/8
(41.3)

2-3/4
(69.9)

1/2-13

5
(127)

Additional load ratings available on special order.

2-16

9/16
(14.3)

3
(76.2)

3/8
(9.5)

.25
(6.35)

RED
GREEN

.50
(12.7)

2-3/4
(69.9)

V10Z53-FC1120

.50
(12.7)

GRAY
RED
GREEN

NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.

Load Deflection for Neoprene Base Mounts
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S

M PONENT

For Catalog Numbers V10Z52-... and V10Z53-... on pages 2-15 and 2-16.

400

S E C T I O N 2

LOAD VS. DEFLECTION
9D

9S
350
ES

300
LOAD (lbs.)

CS

8D

250

7S

7D

200
BD
150

6S
AS

100

AD

4D

3S

3D

2D

50

6D

5D

5S

1D

1S

0
0

0.1

0.2

0.3

0.4

0.5

0.6

DEFLECTION (in.)

LOAD VS. DEFLECTION
3500
3000

JS

JD

IS

ID

2500
LOAD (lbs.)

ADVA
N

CO

TION
RA

N
D A TIVIB
CE

2000
1500
HS
1000

14S
13S
GS
DS
11S
FS
10S

500

DD

HD
14D
13D
12D
10D
11D

0
0

0.1

0.2

0.3
DEFLECTION (in.)

2-17

0.4

0.5

0.6

14) 34 (1. they ensure lower spring rate in vertical direction and higher stability in horizontal direction.16 S E C T I O N 2 Z .2) 65 (2.1 TO 275.5 (.4) 80…125 (176.1) 100 (3.5) 55 (2..328. 12 (26.2.) 15…35 (33. Suited for machines which generate considerable vibrations during lowspeed operation.8) 250 (551.6) 29 (1.9) 160 (6. kgf/cm (lb..2 0.3) 245 (9.2) 50…90 (110.2.05) 25 (. DIMENSIONS Catalog Number V10Z46MKD040 V10Z46MKD045 V10Z46MKD055 V10Z46MKD065 Bolt Thread L A B l1 l2 S h h1 h2 d 125 (4./ft.2 0.5 x 103) 40 370 (88.7) 205 (8.2) Spring Rate in Z dir.5) 175 (385.3) 100 (220..6) Allowable Load kgf (lb.2 0.2) (24.5) 4.5) 45 (99.) Mounting Plates – Mild Steel.4) 40 (1. TECHNICAL DATA Catalog Number V10Z46MKD040 V10Z46MKD045 V10Z46MKD055 V10Z46MKD065 Standard Load in Z Direction kgf (lb.1) (16.13) 52 (2.110.com Phone: 516..2) 70 (2.67) 20 (.5) 22 (48.2) 30…50 (66.6) 104 (4.4 x 103) 20 250 (44.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • FOR STANDARD LOADS OF 15 TO 125 kgf (33.6) 45 (1.1) 165 (6.5 (. • Used for oscillating motions.1) 30 (1.4.98) 32 (1.2) 35 (1.2) X Dir.34) 54 (2.9) 130 (5..6 lb.1) 170 (6.198. Painted Isolators – Natural Rubber.3662 Fax: 516.2) (19. 60 Durometer Y h2 Bolt Thread h1 S h S Metric Y APPLICATIONS • VIBRATION SCREEN • VIBRATION CONVEYORS • VIBRATION SIEVES • INSTRUMENT PANELS • REFRIGERATORS • COMPRESSORS X L A l1 l2 B Ød FEATURES: • Compared with circular rubber mounts.1) 130 (5.) Z Dir.24) 8 (.CO • MATERIAL: M-Style Mounts www.vibrationmounts..00) 50 (2.3) 210 (8.8) 55 (2.0) 80 (3.6) 50 (2.9 x 103) 2-18 Stiffness Ratio Stiffness Ratio Kx/Kz Ky/Kz 0.17 0.19 0.00) 11 (.25 0.) 14 200 (30.8 x 103) 35 290 (77.8) 90 (3.55) 17 (. Kz Y Dir.1. NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.9) (13. • Excellent in controlling vibrations of 600 cpm or higher.328.5) 115 (4. • Can be installed in very small areas because of its narrow width. 70 (154.43) 14 (.18) 6 (..32) 40 (1..26) 50 (2.2) 45 (99.79) M10 M12 M16 M16 Provided with hex nut and lock washer.77.275.18) 4.22 0.

) Mounting Plates – Mild Steel. 3 With Base Plate 1.Style Mounts www. They are also well-suited for rotating machines which generate vibrating forces in the horizontal direction.4 1.61. 2 With Base Plate LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPH X KC170BP P2 B Ød2 2 HOLES A F G S Ød1 2 PLACES t1 45° X t2 H1 KC140BP LOAD RANGE NUMBER Y ad 30 0 25 0 20 18 0 16 0 0 14 0 12 10 0 0 90 80 70 60 KC100BP KC070 KC060 KC080 (BP) (kg 20 18 00 16 00 14 00 12 00 0 10 0 00 40 0 f) 50 KC045 KC075 (BP) 40 30 25 Z P1 Lo 90 80 0 70 0 60 0 0 50 0 8 KC035 20 18 16 14 12 10 9 7 6 L 1.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • FOR STANDARD LOADS OF 4 TO 900 kgf ( 9 TO 1980 lb.5 3.2 1.8 2.vibrationmounts. S Z 45° P1 L Rubber Pad G t1 t2 H2 H1 t3 APPLICATIONS AIR COMPRESSORS VIBRATION SCREENS HORIZONTAL CENTRIFUGAL SEPARATORS • • • • MACHINE TOOLS • VIBRATION SIEVES • HIGH-SPEED DIESEL ENGINES Fig.0 4 5 DEFLECTION (mm) 2-19 6 7 8 9 10 12 14 16 S E C T I O N 2 Fig.0 Fig.3662 Fax: 516. 2). X The spring rate can be changed just by altering the mounting positions. B Y Ød2 2 HOLES Ød1 X • For the base plate attached type (Fig. Painted Isolators – Natural Rubber X B Y F Ød1 S G t1 X Metric H1 Z Ød1 FEATURES: G S • Compared with circular rubber mounts. 1 Without Base Plate • Easy to install. Fig. a rubber pad is fitted A F to the base plate so that the machine can be placed on the floor.328.0 2. 3 Shown .328.com Phone: 516. 1 & Fig. these have higher E A stiffness in horizontal direction "X" and better stability.CO • MATERIAL: V .

0) 70 (2.8) 90 (3.297) 100.0) 184 (7.9) 80 (3.8) 73 (2..9) 220 (8.6) 56 (2.8) 60 (2.7) 180 (7.78 0..2) 76 (3..9) P2 H1 175 (6.5) 108 (4.660) 300.2) 25 (1.87x.2) 40 (1.32) 6 (.4) 82 (3..7) 52 (2...99) 30.47) Thread M10 M12 M12 M16 M12 M16 M12 M16 M20 M20x2 L 170 (6.3365 Metric CATALOG NUMBER DESIGNATION Load Range Number Base Plate .8) P1 140 (5.5) 170 (6.0) 44 (1..5) 150 (5.5) 140 (5.1430) 500.6) 50 (2..54 0.150 (110.300 (220.9) 100 (3.3) 124 (4.8) 90 (3.08 6 (.5 (.10 (9.32) 8 (.3) 240 (9.3) 148 (5.3) 148 (5.330) 30..90 (66.6) 50 (2.6) 100 (3.78 0.8) 180 (7..0) 40 (1...0) 57 (2.90 (66.8) 90 (3.. All units are provided with hex nuts and spring washers.2) 65 (2.8) 4...28 600 0.6) 50 (2.18) 6 (.0) 40 (1.1) 30 (1.24) 8 (.9) 200 (7..) Spring Rate Z ALLOWABLE LOAD Direction X Direction Y Direction Z Direction kgf/cm 20 (44) 90 (196) 185 (407) 290 (638) 170 (374) 260 (572) 170 (374) 260 (572) 600 (1320) 1300 (2860) 1750 (3850) 13 (28) 55 (121) 65 (143) 110 (242) 105 (231) 155 (341) 105 (231) 155 (341) 260 (572) 550 (1210) 650 (1430) 5 (11) 25 (55) 30 (66) 55 (121) 40 (88) 60 (132) 40 (88) 60 (132) 120 (264) 250 (550) 280 (616) NOTE: Rubber material is natural rubber of hardness 45 durometer..BP (where applicable) Use information in both tables below to determine appropriate Load Range Number DIMENSIONS measured in mm and (inches) Load Range Number Fig..7) H2 d2 t2 79 (3.1) 85 (3.24) NOTES: "BP" at the end of the Catalog Number stands for base plate attached type.33 0.0) 46 (1.328.8) 288 (11.47) t3 6 (...198) 35..3) 14 (.08 22x2 .26 1200 0..32) 8 (..95 (66.3 300 0.7) 252 (9.4) 45 (1.24) 8 (.34 235 0.3) 40 (1.7) 52 (2.1) 250 (9.47) 12 (.5) 70 (2.2) 46 (1.81 0.9) 127 (5.0) 32 (1..56 0.32) 6 (.8) 55 (2.27 190 0.com Phone: 516..23 S E C T I O N 2 V10Z45M .0) 76 (3... KC035 KC045 KC060 KC070 1 KC075 KC080 KC075BP KC080BP 2 KC100BP KC140BP 3 KC170BP A B E F 60 (2.26 520 0....328.28 190 0.5) 110 (4.71x.6) 56 (2.5) 180 (7.8) 12 (..M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE V .55) 14 (..2) 108 (4.6) 56 (2..24) 8 (.3) 44 (1.650 (660..81 0.24) 8 (.8) 300 (11...1) 34 (1.0) 26 (1.5) 250 (9.2) 65 (2..0) 40 (1.Style Mounts Selection Data www.45 (55.18) 4.3662 Fax: 516.75 0..198) 35.5) 70 (2.6) 45 (1.vibrationmounts.2) 65 (2.209) 50.297) 30.61 0.5 (.3) 94 (3.1) 240 (9.3 300 0.27 1700 0.32) 12 (.22) 25.0) 44 (1.71) 18x2 .135 (77.8) 135 (5.7) 114 (4.2) d1 G S t1 29 (1.58 0.135 (77.55) 18 (....9) 135 (5.1980) TECHNICAL DATA measured in kgf and (lb...4) 70 (2.27 380 0.32) 56 (2..1) 88 (3. 2-20 Stiffness Ratio Kx/Kz Stiffness Ratio Ky/Kz 65 0.7) 52 (2.9) 35 (1.54 0. Load Range Number KC035 KC045 KC060 KC070 KC075 KC080 KC075BP KC080BP KC100BP KC140BP KC170BP Standard Load in Z Direction 4.2) 50 (2. No.3) 30 (1.900 (1100.

3) 360 (163.4 0.9) 1000 X 900 1/4 (6.5) 155 (70.328. 2-21 .9) 3 X (76.5) 2000 2500 3000 55 (25) * * Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.3) 102 (46. ∆To be discontinued when present stock is depleted.5) COMPRESSION 4-9/16 (115.M PONENT • MATERIAL: Rectangular Mounts – To 900 lbs. www.9) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute 1100 1250 1500 1750 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.2) S E C T I O N 2 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE 5/8 DIA.3) 850 950 Shear Catalog Number ∆ V10Z 6-530C 1100 1250 1500 1750 2000 2500 3000 590 (267.1 0. (15.2) 1200 3-1/8 (79.5) X COMPRESSION LOAD (lb. lesser loads will yield 81% isolation. Better than 81% absorption will be obtained either with a greater load (within the limits shown) for a given forced frequency. (kgf) 335 (152) 260 (118) 195 (88.4) 1100 3/8 (9. (kgf) — — — 800 (362. data above that line are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads. (kgf) 750 900 (408) — — — Maximum Load lb.5) 3 (76.4) 1-7/16 (36. 700 600 500 SHEAR 400 X SHEAR 300 LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPH Deflection below the line x-x are considered safe practice for static loads.com Phone: 516.3365 • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS TO 900 POUNDS (408 kgf) • FOR SHEAR LOADS TO 360 POUNDS (163.1) 6-1/2 (165.3) 75 (34) NOTE: 81% vibration absorption (usually satisfactory) will be obtained when the mounting indicated is operating at the minimum load shown for each forced frequency. *At these forcing frequencies. X 200 100 0 0.3 0.1) 1-1/2 (38.328.2 0. (kgf) 750 850 950 360 (163.) 800 SECTION X-X NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.) Compression Catalog Number ∆ V10Z 6-530C Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Maximum Load lb.1) 5 (127) 3/4-10 NC-2 2-1/4 (57.5 DEFLECTION (in.1) 3/4 (19.vibrationmounts.3 kgf) Isolator – Natural Rubber Base – Steel 1-3/4 (44.6) 390 (177) 270 (122.3662 Fax: 516. or with a higher forced frequency for a given load.2) X 1-1/2 (38.

9) 200 (90.7) 585 (29.) . lesser loads will yield 81% isolation.120 (3) SECTION Y-Y NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.1 0.9 kgf) Isolator – Natural Rubber Base – Steel 7/8 (22. (kgf) 260 (117.7) 125 (56. Better than 81% absorption will be obtained either with a greater load (within the limits shown) for a given forced frequency.1) X Y Y 1-7/16 (36.5) 3-13/16 (96.com Phone: 516. www.9) 315 (142. (kgf) — — — Catalog Number Maximum Load lb.5) 1200 COMPRESSION 1100 1000 5-7/8 (149. 2-22 S E C T I O N 2 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE . 800 X X 700 600 500 SHEAR 400 300 X SHEAR 200 X 100 0 0.328.328. NOTE: 81% vibration absorption (usually satisfactory) will be obtained when the mounting indicated is operating at the minimum load shown for each forced frequency.• MATERIAL: Rectangular Mounts – To 775 lbs.7) 165 (74.vibrationmounts.5) *At these forcing frequencies.5) 4-1/2 (114. (kgf) 750 850 950 V10Z 6-500B 315 (142.3) X LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPH Deflections below the line x-x are considered safe practice for static loads.9) — — — 585 (265.2) 5-3/16 (131.5) 175 (79.4) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Shear 1100 1250 1500 1750 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.5 DEFLECTION (in.) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Compression Catalog Number Maximum Load lb. data above that line is useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads 5/8 (15.3365 • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS TO 775 POUNDS (351. or with a higher forced frequency for a given load.2) 900 LOAD (lb.7) SECTION X-X 1400 5/16-18 UNC (TYP) 1300 COMPRESSION 3/8 (9.3662 Fax: 516.9) 1/2 (12.4 0. (kgf) V10Z 6-500B 775 (351.2 0.5) 750 850 950 1100 1250 1500 1750 2000 2500 3000 440 (200) 270 (122.8) 11/16 (17.3 0.8) 7/16 (11.5 kgf) • FOR SHEAR LOADS TO 315 POUNDS (142.4) 2000 2500 3000 440 (24.9) * * Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.8) 125 (56.

8) 60 (27. (kgf) V10Z 6-520B 1475 (669) 675 850 950 1100 1250 1500 1750 2000 2500 320 (145. 2-23 S E C T I O N 2 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .8) 3-13/16 (96.2) 110 (49.6 0.) — — — 850 950 Shear 1200 (544.9) 70 (31.4) 2-1/2 (63.4 0.2) 6-3/4 (171.1) 2000 2500 50 (22. 1600 x 1400 x 1200 1000 SHEAR 800 600 x 400 SHEAR x 200 0 0.7) * Minimum Load for 81% Isolation (lb.5) SECTION X-X LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPH Deflections below the line x-x are considered safe practice for static loads.8) 470 (213.6) X 3/16 (4.3662 Fax: 516.5 0.2) 170 Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Catalog Number Maximum Load lb (kgf) 675 V10Z 6-520B 440 (200) 440 (200) 1100 1250 1500 1750 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation (kgf) 250 (113. NOTE: 81% vibration absorption (usually satisfactory) will be obtained when the mounting indicated is operating at the minimum load shown for each forced frequency.328. data above that line is useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads X 3/8-24 UNF (TYP) 2800 2600 COMPRESSION 2400 7/16 DIA.3 0.2) *At this forcing frequency.328.8 0.3365 • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS TO 1475 POUNDS (669 kgf) • FOR SHEAR LOADS TO 440 POUNDS (200 kgf) Isolator – Natural Rubber Base – Steel 1-1/2 (38.1) 2200 5-7/8 (149.) Compression Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Catalog Number Maximum Load lb.1) (77.2 0.• MATERIAL: Rectangular Mounts – To 1475 lbs.vibrationmounts.1) 1-1/4 (31. (11.8) 4-3/4 (120.8) Y Y 3/4 (19.7 0.9 DEFLECTION (in. lesser loads will yield 81% isolation.5) COMPRESSION 2000 LOAD (lb.3) 1040 (471.) 1800 SECTION Y -Y NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm. Better than 81% absorption will be obtained either with a greater load (within the limits shown) for a given forced frequency.1 0.4) 190 (86.2) 135 (61. www.com Phone: 516.7) 1 (25.1) 1-1/8 (28. or with a higher forced frequency for a given load.7) 650 (294.

1 nc rit 200 .50 .3365 Transmissibility vs.2 .20 .2 al 150 . SUBTRACT THE % TRANSMISSIBILITY FROM 100% Percent Isolation Mass (M) K c/cc = .4 2% 3% 1% To 3 4 2 .8 1 Forcing Frequency Ratio: Natural Frequency TRANSMISSIBLITY ns tio lic ica Ap p pl Ap itic al Cr m el y Cr itic 3.0 4.4 2.04 Am pli fic at ion 400 350 300 STATIC DEFLECTION IN INCHES NATURAL FREQUENCY (fn) CYCLES PER MINUTE 500 10 Vibration Transmissibility Chart for C/Cc = 0 .0 100 90 80 70 60 5% 10% 20% 30% RE SO NA NC E Av oid ed Be .02 1000 900 800 700 600 0% .328.01 .2 2000 70% .6 .05 10 8 .CO M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Vibration Transmissibility Charts www.01 40 30 Schematic of simple mounting system 20 Amplification Transmissibility T c/cc 6 c/cc = . Frequency Ratio and c/cc 100 80 For more extensive discussion of vibration analysis and isolation.com Phone: 516.3 .1 .0 Ex tre 6.05 . see the technical section starting on page T1-0.3 .10 4 3 c/cc = .1 40% Attenuation DISTURBING FREQUENCY (fd) CYCLES PER MINUTE 2-24 ? TO DETERMINE THE EFFICIENCY OF ISOLATION.6 .8 K = Stiffness of spring (mount) c/cc = Critical damping ratio c = System damping coefficient cc = Critical damping coefficient fd = Disturbing frequency fn = Natural frequency 20% .01 .10 .03 .3 .0 100 90% 8 10 1 % TRANSMISSIBILITY = T = 100 ( ) fd fn 2 1 ns io at 1. 60 S E C T I O N 2 c/cc = .0 3000 2000 800 1000 500 600 400 300 200 10.0 6 .3662 Fax: 516.vibrationmounts.328.50 1 .4 io at lic pp lA ica .20 2 c/cc = .06 No 250 .6 ns .

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rugged load-bearing top casting and hardware necessary for leveling and fastening equipment to mount. www. (3. Impact lb.5) 1/2 (12.1) .7) 3 (76.9) 2-3/4 (69. Bolting equipment to floor is not required. Tighten the locknuts.328.2) 2-5/16 (58.7) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.com Phone: 516. Lower the machine and ensure that the total weight is carried by all of the mounts.7) 7-1/2 (190.4 TO 1134 kgf) Housing – Cast Iron Isolator – Oil-Resistant Neoprene A B D DIA. neoprene isolation element yielding 1/8 in.7) 150 (68) V10Z12-MB00450 450 (204.3365 • FOR LOADS OF 120 TO 2500 POUNDS (54.9) 1/2 (12. place the mounts beneath the machine feet and attach the leveling bolts to the mounts.9) V10Z12-MB01600 1600 (725.328.vibrationmounts.2 mm) deflection at rated load.2) 1/2 (12. (15.3662 Fax: 516. nonskid.5) Dimensions A B C D E Maximum Height Adjustment 2-7/8 (73) 2-3/8 (60. x E LONG LEVELING BOLT LEG OF EQUIPMENT C INSTALLATION Raise the machine with conventional lifting devices.7) 4-15/16 (125.4) 90 (40. 3-2 S E C T I O N 3 1-1/2 MAX. Up to 5/8 in.9) 1/2 (12.7) 1200 (544) Catalog Number V10Z12-MC02500 2500 (1134) 1875 (850.9 mm) leveling capability eliminates shimming. Level to a desired height by gradual and sequential adjustment of the leveling bolts.3) 1-7/8 (47.7) 3/4 (19. (kgf) V10Z12-MA00120 120 (54.5) 5-7/8 (149. (38.6) 5/16 (7. Steady Load Max.4) 3-7/8 (98.8) V10Z12-MA00200 200 (90.M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • MATERIAL: Level Mounts – To 2500 lbs.1) 3-1/2 (88.1) 337 (152. (kgf) lb. CHARACTERISTICS The mounts consist of a high-quality.4) 1-3/4 (44.

Leveling Mounts – To 10000 lbs.com Phone: 516. place the mounts beneath the machine feet and attach the leveling screws to the mount. CHARACTERISTICS The mounts consist of two rugged meehanite castings. Level to a desired height by gradual and sequential adjustment of the leveling screws. * To be discontinued when present stock is depleted. The excellent damping characteristics of this mount are unaffected by contaminants such as oil. Tighten the locknut.8) 4-1/4 (108) 3-1/2 (89) 5/8-11 UNC 2-1/8 (54) 7-45/64 (196) 4-9/32 (109) 1-8 UNC kgf 100–250 45–113 250–500 113–227 500–1000 227–454 1000–2000 454–907 2000–4000 907–1814 1000–10000 454–4536 1000–4000 454–1814 4000–7000 1814–3175 7000–10000 3175–4536 NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.7) D B DIA.3662 Fax: 516. a resilient pad of knitted stainless steel mesh and pressed steel baseplate.328. A B C D 2 (50.328. The leveling screw seats into the bottom casting thus providing a built-in leveling device. grease or caustics. 3-3 S E C T I O N 3 A . AFTER LEVELING Load Range lb. Lower the machine and ensure that the total weight is carried by all of the mounts. www.vibrationmounts. BEFORE LEVELING Catalog Number V10Z25-0139-1 V10Z25-0139-2 V10Z25-0139-3 V10Z25-0139-4 V10Z25-0139-5 * V10Z25-0339 V10Z25-0339-1 V10Z25-0339-3 V10Z25-0339-5 INSTALLATION Raise the machine with conventional lifting devices.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS ONLY • STAINLESS STEEL MESH • CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENT • FOR LOADS OF 100 TO 10000 POUNDS C 1/2 (12.

7 mm).M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Leveling Mounts – To 12000 lbs.3365 • FOR LOADS OF 100 TO 12000 POUNDS (45. Tighten the locknut. NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.4) 6-1/4 (159) 1-3/4 (44. D Dia. Load lb. Neoprene elastomer mounting base controls deflections under vibration and shock loads with high isolation efficiency.1 kgf) Turning leveling bolt raises height of metal housing and foot of machine as much as 1/2 inch (12. High-strength steel housing carries load and rides on neoprene base without any appreciable mechanical wear or fatigue. (kgf) H Static Height Bolt Size & Length Max. AFTER LEVELING INSTALLATION Raise the machine with conventional lifting devices. 3-4 Natural Frequency at Maximum Load Hz 8-12 Approximately . Machine remains readily portable with no damage to floor. Locknut is tightened down onto machine foot after it has been leveled for permanent positioning.4) 500 (226.6) 1/2-13 x 3-1/2 V10Z25-LM5 500 (226.1) 8 (203) 2 (50.6) 4000 (1814.4) 12000 (5443.8) 1-14 x 8 Catalog Number Min.com Phone: 516.8) 1000 (453. www.8) 3-1/2 (89) 1-1/8 (28. Level to a desired height by gradual and sequential adjustment of the leveling bolts. place the mounts beneath the machine feet and attach the leveling bolts to the mounting. STATIC H D BEFORE LEVELING S E C T I O N 3 Base of mount rests squarely against floor surface with no creeping or walking. Lower the machine and ensure that the total weight is carried by all of the mounts.328.5) 1/2-13 x 5 V10Z25-LM6 1000 (453.5) 3/4-10 x 5 V10Z25-LM8 4000 (1814. V10Z25-LM3 100 (45.328.6) 5 (127) 1-3/4 (44.3662 Fax: 516.vibrationmounts.4 TO 5443.

(kgf) 2 x 2 x 5/8 (50.8 – 544. sq.8) 3-11/16 (93.vibrationmounts.2 4 25.7 – 226.6) 4-3/4 (120.1 16 103.6 x 15. 1 B C A *Fig.8) 500 – 1200 (226.6) 2400 – 4000 (1088.2 200 – 500 (90.8 – 544.4) 200 – 500 (90.9) 5-1/4 (133. 3-5 Dimensions Bolt A Dimensions Minimum Height B Maximum Adjustment C Overall Height 1/2-20 x 4 1-1/2 (38.1) 4-3/4 (120.6) 2-9/16 (65.3 – 1088.9) 4 25.328.5) 1/2-20 x 4 1-7/8 (47.6 x 101.2 x 15.3) 1200 – 2400 (544. (mm) sq.7 x 15.9) 5-1/2 x 5-1/2 x 5/8 (139.8 x 50.4) * Recommended for use under impact machinery. Additional bolt and mount sizes available on request.3) 1200 – 2400 (544.9) 2 x 2 x 5/8 (50.8 x 50.1) 2-3/4 (69.com Phone: 516.2 30-1/4 195.2 30-1/4 195. cm lb.7 x 15.6 x 101.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • FOR LOADS OF 200 TO 4000 POUNDS Isolator – Iso-Pad (Standard Load) Refer to characteristics shown on page 8-2 Base – Casting 30000 psi (2109 kgf/cm2) Tensile Strength Bolt – SAE Grade No.6) 2400 – 4000 (1088.7) 3-13/16 (96.8 x 15.9) 3 x 3 x 5/8 (76.CO • MATERIAL: Leveling Mounts– Iso-Pad Type – To 4000 lbs. www.328. V10R12-R22 V10R12-R33 1 V10R12-R44 V10R12-R66 V10R12-F22 V10R12-F33 2 V10R12-F44 V10R12-F66 Pad Dimensions Pad Pad Area Area Load per Mount in.7) 6-9/16 (166.7 – 226. in.5) .7 x 139.8 9 58.7 x 139.9) 4 x 4 x 5/8 (101.9) 4 x 4 x 5/8 (101.7 TO 1814.8) 500 – 1200 (226.7) 6-3/4 (171. 5 Heat-Treated B (90.6 – 1814. 2 Fig.9) 2-5/8 (66. 2 (FIXED MOUNT) Catalog Number Fig.3 – 1088. 1 (REGULAR MOUNT) Fig.7) 3/4-16 x 6 2-7/16 (61.1 16 103.3662 Fax: 516.9) 5-1/2 x 5-1/2 x 5/8 (139.8 x 15.9) 3 x 3 x 5/8 (76.6 – 1814.8 9 58.2 x 76.6 x 15.2 x 76.4 kgf) C A S E C T I O N 3 Fig.2 x 15.5) 1-7/8 (47.3) 3/4-16 x 6 1-3/4 (44.7) 7-1/2 (190.

) Load N (lb.328. V10Z76MSG-30 1 V10Z76MSG-40 V10Z76MSG-60 2 A B D DM mm (in. 1 Metric With Removable Leveling Bolt S E C T I O N 3 PERFORMANCE GRAPH B C 1500 V10Z76MSG-60 1450 1400 A 1350 1300 DM 1250 FIG.669) 20 (.089) 3 (.) mm (in.496) 52 (2. 2 1200 1150 Catalog Number Fig.3365 • ISOLATES IMPACTS & STRUCTURAL NOISE • PREVENTS MACHINE PIVOTING Bolt – DIN 976 Nuts – DIN 934 Washer – DIN 9021 Isolator – Natural Rubber (Ozone-Resistant) New With Threaded Leveling Bolt B C A DM D FIG.472) 17 (.039) 1 (.vibrationmounts.181) 38 (1.) mm (in.5 (.079) 2.M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • MATERIAL: Leveling Mounts – Conical Type www.772) 80 (3.) mm (in.118) 50 (11) 80 (18) 250 (56) (in.) 250 (56) 450 (101) 1500 (337) 2 (.com Phone: 516.575) 50 (1.039) % 100 650 600 550 500 450 50 400 350 V10Z76MSG-30 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 3-6 1 2 3 .3662 Fax: 516.) 1 (.328.150) 30 (1.284) 1100 C 1050 1000 M8/M10 950 900 M8 850 M10 800 750 V10Z76MSG-40 700 Maximum Catalog Number V10Z76MSG-30 V10Z76MSG-40 V10Z76MSG-60 Admissible Temporary Deflection Overload mm Minimum Load N (lb.979) 58 (2. No.709) 45 (1.) 12 (.047) 40 (1.) Deflection mm (in.787) 18 (.

1) 120 (4. Galvanized Ball – Steel Isolator – Oil-Resistant Rubber BOLT THREAD L ØD3 H1 H2 Metric h2 ØD2 ØD1 DESCRIPTION CARRY MOUNT is a moveable mount in which the rubber mount is incorporated with a rotating ball.vibrationmounts.5 (.08) D2 D3 L h1 h2 58 (2. Turn the spoked wheel clockwise to lift the rubber mount.7) 54 (2.3662 Fax: 516.) V10Z44MCM200 V10Z44MCM600 200 (441) 600 (1323) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch. Catalog Number Working Load Max.1) 67 (2.3) 12 (.9) 140 (5. 3-7 Bolt Thread M12 M16 S E C T I O N 3 h1 .11) 100 (3. H1 H2 D1 ±2 (± .6) 70 (2. FEATURES: • Compact Design • Excellent Stability • Easy Movement & Setting • Lightweight • Low Price APPLICATIONS • SHOP MACHINES • OFFICE EQUIPMENT • MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS Turn the spoked wheel counterclockwise to lift the steel ball. MOUNT IN ROLLING POSITION MACHINE LEVELED RUBBER PAD EXTENDED INSTALLATION Place the CARRY MOUNT under the bolt hole of the machine. The steel ball then allows free movement. The rubber mount now supports the machine in place.7) 44 (1.83) 7. Insert the bolt into the screw hole of the CARRY MOUNT and screw it in until the bolt stops. Painted Bolt – Steel.5) 80 (3.3) 65 (2.55) kgf (lb.) Handle – Steel.328.3365 • BALL TYPE • FOR LOADS OF 200 TO 600 kgf (441 TO 1323 lb.47) 14 (.com Phone: 516.76) 79 (3.63) 72 (2.328.CO M PONENT • MATERIAL: S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Leveling Carry Mounts www. Zinc Plated Housing – Iron. They allow movement of machines and give excellent vibration-free installations.

Insert screwdriver or 1/4 diameter rod into level adjusting hole and turn it to the left (clockwise) to lift the rubber mount.95) 60 (2.24) 34 (1.0) kgf (lb.9) (3.328. RUBBER MOUNT 5.39) 20 (.34) h1 h2 d L 8.67) 15 (.) Frame & Bolt – Steel.26) .8) Ø60 (2.3) 30 (1. They allow movement of machines and give excellent vibration-free installations. 4 HOLES L L 100 (3.• MATERIAL: Leveling Carry Mounts www. FRAME 3.63) 17 (.35) 51 (2. INSTALLATION Raise machine and attach casters with suitable bolts.99) 34 (1.8) 120 (4.34) 76 (2.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • CASTER TYPE • FOR LOADS OF 60 TO 100 kgf (132 TO 220 lb.8) Ød 2 HOLES 100 80 (3. LEVELING BOLT & ADJUSTING NUT h1 FEATURES: • Compact Design • Excellent Stability • Easy Movement & Setting • Lightweight • Low Price 3 4 h2 Metric D1 APPLICATIONS • SHOP MACHINES • OFFICE EQUIPMENT • MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS CASTER IN ROLLING POSITION MACHINE LEVELED RUBBER MOUNT EXTENDED DESCRIPTION CARRY MOUNT is a moveable mount in which the rubber mount is incorporated into a caster.00) 50 (1.9 (. H1 H2 D D1 80 (3.9) 72 (2. WHEEL 4.59) 15 (.59) S E C T I O N 3 1 LEVEL ADJUSTING HOLE Ø6.7) 11 (.4) CM060 & CM060S CM100 & CM100S MOUNTING HOLES 2 H1 H2 D 5 1.97) 75 (2.43) 143 (5.35) 95 (3. level adjusting hole is rotated counterclockwise to lift the wheel. Once relocated.com Phone: 516.59) 16 (.) V10Z43MCM060 V10Z43MCM060S V10Z43MCM100 V10Z43MCM100S 60 (132) 100 (220) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch. Catalog Number Working Load Max. 3-8 10 (.1) 70 (2. Galvanized Wheel – Nylon Isolator – Oil-Resistant Rubber Ød.7) 85 (3.6) 126 (5.35) 46 (1.vibrationmounts. Machine can now be easily moved.8 (.9) 72 (2.81) 8.9 (.36) 57 (2.79) 15 (. The machine is then positioned in place.3662 Fax: 516. MOUNTING PLATE 2.328.18) 8.5 mm (.1) 100 (3.

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4) 640 (143.36) V10Z71MTM025 V10Z71MTM050 V10Z71MTM075 100 (3.6) 2500 (562) 3500 (786.2) 500 (112.5) 100 (22.9) 500 (112./in.) mm (in.) 60 (13.42 (407.3662 Fax: 516.3) 71.328.1) 20 (114.) (lb.38) Minimum Load N N/mm (lb.) (lb.8 TO 1 CYLINDRICAL METAL CAP 11 C Assembly New A CYLINDRICAL RUBBER BUSHING 22 E A Catalog Number mm (in.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Spring – DIN 17223-C Box – Carbon Steel Isolator – Natural Rubber • SUSPENDS MACHINERY • LATERAL TO AXIAL STIFFNESS RATIO 0.94) 80 (3.6) 25 (.328.2) 2000 (449.com Phone: 516.91) M12 100 (3.3) 1070 (240.39) 15 (.2) 30 (171.6) 1000 (224.9) Admissible Temporary Overload Stiffness Deflection % 6 (34.2) 10 (.15) V10Z71MTM100 V10Z71MTM125 V10Z71MTM150 V10Z71MTM200 V10Z71MTM250 150 (5.CO • MATERIAL: Suspension Mounts – Spring Type www.85 (244.) V10Z71MTM015 Metric L V10Z71MTM350 V10Z71MTM450 Load N Deflection mm (in. .vibrationmounts.8) 1250 (281) 1500 (337.17) 80 (3.4) 50 (285.4) 750 (168.7) 57.3) 40 (228.9) 860 (193.98) 35 (1.4) 400 (89.5) 1050 (236) 1930 (433.57 (734.5) 42.) 150 (33.3) 10 (57.94) M8 55 (2.) 60 (2.8) 4500 (1011.) C L mm (in.59) 10 30 25 20 14 11 PERFORMANCE GRAPHS V10Z71MTM450 1300 260 V10Z71MTM125 V10Z71MTM025 240 1200 220 1100 200 1000 180 900 160 V10Z71MTM015 4000 V10Z71MTM100 3000 800 140 700 120 600 100 500 80 400 60 300 40 200 20 100 V10Z71MTM350 V10Z71MTM075 V10Z71MTM250 V10Z71MTM050 V10Z71MTM200 2000 V10Z71MTM150 1000 0 5 10 15 20 25 0 5 10 15 20 25 4-2 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 S E C T I O N 4 The projections shown are per ISO convention.5) 200 (45) 300 (67.7) 250 (56.14 (326.15) TEMPERATURE RANGE: -90°C TO 200°C (-130°F TO 392°F) Maximum E mm (in.8) 100 (571) 128.

328.vibrationmounts.23) 7 8* 8* * These parts have an 8 mm hole.23) 7 M6 M6 6 (.) Natural Frequency A B Hz.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • FOR SUSPENSION FROM CEILING • STRONG & EASY TO ASSEMBLE Metal Housing – Carbon Steel Isolator – Natural Rubber Bushing – Carbon Steel 40 New A 22 Ø25 B 52 27 Ø15 60 Metric 50 33 55 60 V10Z72MTG-25R6 V10Z72MTG-50R6 * V10Z72MTG-12P8 * V10Z72MTG-25P8 * V10Z72MTG-50P8 Maximum Load Deflection N (lb.328.) 250 (56) 500 (112) 120 (27) 250 (56) 500 (112) mm (in. PERFORMANCE GRAPH 500 V10Z72MTG-50R6 V10Z72MTG-50P8 250 V10Z72MTG-25R6 V10Z72MTG-25P8 120 V10Z72MTG-12P8 0 1 2 3 4-3 4 5 6 S E C T I O N 4 Catalog Number The projections shown are per ISO convention. not threaded.com Phone: 516.• MATERIAL: Suspension Mounts – Rubber Type www.3662 Fax: 516. . 6 (.

Radar Communication. Gyroscopes. Corrosion Compliant in All Directions Resistance. shear and roll in all axes simultaneously. Below are some of the applications where the cable isolators can be superior to any other type of vibration mounts. Ship’s Inherent Vibration. 10 g’s Repeated Shock Long Fatigue Life. Careless Handling Maintenance-Free. Missiles. Their superior characteristics include their ability to provide protection in compression. Chlorine. Electronics Irregular Terrain Poor Road Condition. Sonar Nearby Blast. starting on page 5-23. Radioactivity. Tank Artillery. stainless steel cable. Communications. extension. Pumps Unbalanced Dynamic Loads. Generators. Large Displacement Minimum Space. Repeated Use Severe Road Shock. helically wound into metal retaining bars suitable for surface mounting. Transit Ship (Un)loading Rough Use Needed Isolator Other Characteristics Requirements Life of Installed Equipment. Hard Landings. Reconnaissance Rapid Maneuvering. Lightweight Low Profile. Corrosive Environments Low Frequency Reponse Maintenance-Free for Inaccessible Locations Avionics ECM. Computer Controls. UV Radiation Munson Rough Road Course. Railroad Humping Nearby Blast Munson Rough Road Course. Data Processing Electronics Chemical Processing Equipment Centrifuge. Electronics Loading / Unloading Off-the-Road Vehicles.com Phone: 516. Railroad Humping Excellent Shock Mitigation.328. Collision Temperature Extremes. Sulfur High Temperature. stranded.3365 In Section 5. Shock and vibration are damped as the result of friction between strands of cable under load (“flexture hysteresis”).328. All stainless steel and aluminum construction gives these units an excellent ability to resist corrosion and leads to extremely long maintenance-free life. we offer a large selection of cable isolators. These assemblies are made of aircraft-quality. Transit. No Outgassing Can Be Sterilized 4-4 S E C T I O N 4 Application . Dynamic Response Does Not Change with Temperature or Altitude Ordnance Equipment Missile Launcher. Electronics Off-Road Vehicles.vibrationmounts.M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Cable Isolators www. Ozone. No Aging Deterioration.3662 Fax: 516. Exposure to Moisture Accidental Drop Excellent Shock Mitigation Indefinite Shelf Life. Handling Drop. General Characteristics and Uses Types of Equipment Protected Sources of Vibration and Shock Other Environmental Hazards Critical Specifications (Limitations) Shipboard Electronics Navigation Displays. Temperature Extremes MIL-S-901D MIL-STD-167 Over-theRoad Vehicles Instrumentation. Maintenance-Free Use at Any Altitude Medical Equipment Mechanical Equipment Critical to Patient Care Moving Parts. Dryers. No Replacement Repeated Large Deflections Due to Load Shock Shipping Containers Jet Engines. Maintenance-Free for Inaccessible Locations Altitude Variations. Turbulent Air Temperature and Altitude Extremes 15-g 11ms Hard Landing MIL-STD-810 Long Fatigue Life. Heavy Weather Salt Water. Misaligned Installation. Moving Carts — Minimal Vibration Easy to Maintain. Fluid Hammer Corrosive Environments. Maintenance-Free Geophysical Equipment Data Acquisition.

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Preferred Systems Mounts supporting the system underneath only. Nonmetallic collars backed by stainless steel washers are supplied for load attachment. The "X" Mount is one of that rare breed that gives both vibration isolation and shock protection.3662 Fax: 516. 5-2 S E C T I O N 5 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE . a fully suspended method should be used. there is a strong tendency to use the space created as storage. Incorrect loading will mean inadequate shock protection (this is true even in underloaded situations). the horizontal roll axis should be fore and aft. TYPICAL APPLICATIONS INCLUDE: • Heavy Machine Tools • Air Compressors • Engine Suspension • Machine Mounting • Machine Craft Installations • Laboratory Equipment • Electric Motors • Factory Test Gear • Seat Suspension in Aircraft and Vehicles • Radar Communications Equipment • Electronic Control Equipment • Equipment Mountings in Tanks and Other Military Vehicles • Bomb and Other Lifting Gear • Refrigeration Compressors • Mobile Vehicles • Fuel Tanks • Blowers and Fans • Pumps INSTALLATION OF "X" MOUNTS Due to the sophisticated nature of the "X" Mounts. situated at each end. Orientation Where possible. it is essential that they be correctly loaded. any such placement can render the shock protection useless. as this procedure also increases the transmissibility at resonance of the system. The high damping efficiency is obtained by the polymer which has a very low static stiffness. Their basic design employs two or more high tensile stainless steel "U" formed leaves. Its low frequency ensures effective vibration isolation. This practice is especially important for operator-controlled equipment. Low transmitted shock accelerations are obtained by combining large permitted static deflection in every direction with a high energy loss within the mount.com Phone: 516. care must be taken during transportation of equipment supported by "X" Mounts. Top steadies can be used where it is difficult to choose mounts to support the weight using a fully suspended configuration. is preferred. In most applications this is not critical as the "X" Mounts are placed in areas that do not coincide with its resonant frequency. while providing noise reduction. The spaces between the "U" formed leaves are filled with a specially developed polymer or stainless steel mesh. Inch size or metric bolts may be used for fastening of the equipment to the base or foundation. but any orientation is acceptable for shock protection. forming an elliptical shape when joined together in the center portion with face plates. The load-bearing characteristics are determined by the metal construction of the mountings. to minimize equipment movement due to ship roll. Similarly. The main disadvantage of the mount is that transmissibility at resonance is high.328. All materials used are impervious to corrosion and will operate efficiently under a wide range of temperature. Bad Practice Due to the shape and size of the "X" Mount. but also its lower natural frequency at room temperatures.3365 This type of vibration and shock isolator was designed specifically for shipboard or mobile applications. The practice of combining units on one raft is often carried out to ensure that a suitable loading is obtained. This special applications mount may be of particular interest not only for its improved vibration performance at low temperature. Needless to say. It is advisable to place mounts on any one piece of equipment in the same direction.Spring Mounts – Elliptic Leaf Type (Naval "X" Type) www. Shock protection of the new design has the added benefit of durability under repeated shocks at low temperatures. making the units well-suited for naval or aircraft applications. When this is impossible.328. with the center of gravity in the lower third of the unit. These mounts may be used in tension as well as compression.vibrationmounts. They are particularly suitable to protect delicate shipboard equipment from shock due to underwater explosions or sudden stoppage of vehicles for vehicle-mounted equipment. the seat can be mounted on the raft as well. except where the resonant frequency of the surrounding structure may be sympathetic with the mount's natural frequency. This may avoid the need of trying to reduce the natural frequency by means of adding a rubber washer in tandem.

02) 2.29) (92. (kgf) lb.75 (0. in.8) 8.17) 1100 4000 V10Y15-84271000 (196.75) . (kg/cm) (kg/cm) 40 100 V10Y15-57170025 (7.328.Spring Mounts – Elliptic Leaf Type www.75) .5 (6.5 5.11) (58.com Phone: 516.5) 1000 (453.85 (123) 2 (50. (mm) in.328.6) 20–40 (9–18) 40–75 (18–34) 75–120 (34–54) 120-200 (54-91) 200-300 (91–136) 300–550 (136–250) 550–850 (250–386) 850–1200 (386–545) Bolt Size h H D d L W UNF Length Width Height Unloaded Height Loaded Diameter Bolt Hole in. with Washers with Washers Washers in. (nearest (mm) (mm) in.86) 350 850 V10Y15-57210250 (62.39) 150 (26.13) 2.5 5.5 4.8) 2.25 (31.57) 16 (7.5) .5) (151.8) 4. (kg/cm) 75 (13.4) 150 (68) 250 (113.0 5. (kg) 1.44) (714.79) 250 (44.3662 Fax: 516.25) 13 (5.5 (0.5 (190) Static Stiffness Catalog Number Weight lb.5) 400 (181.65) 400 (71.88) 80 200 V10Y15-57180050 (14. (mm) (mm) metric) 8 (203) 2 (50.5 7.25 (133) 4 (101.354 (9) 5/16 (8) 1.3 (185) 7.4) 700 (317. Vertical lb.25 (1.5 (1.6) 4.5 7.512 (13) 1/2 (12) 2.29) (35.25) 760 2700 V10Y15-84280700 (135.827 (21) 3/4 (20) 4.33) *NOTE: Available in natural finish or painted black (at a higher price on special order).43) 650 (116.93) 220 520 V10Y15-57200150 (39. (mm) in./in.5 (114) 4.17 (106) 1.vibrationmounts.5 10.25) Natural Frequencies .25 (184) 7.74) 3000 (535. lb.Hz Horizontal 1 Horizontal 2 lb.72) 135 330 V10Y15-57190100 (24.3365 M PONENT • MATERIAL: S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • NATO APPROVED NAVAL "X" MOUNTS Leaves – 304 Stainless Steel* Washers – Nylon and Stainless Steel Damping Compound – Polymer L HEIGHT UNDER NOMINAL LOAD D VIBRATION MODES: VERTICAL: h H HORIZONTAL 1: UNLOADED HEIGHT d HORIZONTAL 2: MOUNTING HARDWARE DETAIL Available only if final use is for governmental installation TEMPERATURE RANGE: +50°F to +86°F +10°C to +30°C Shown as mounted (bolts and washers are not supplied).75 (1.7) 100 (45.88 (124) 7.5 5./in.5 (216) 11.5 (63.5 4.3 (185) 7./in.68) 1. in.9) 14.3) 50 (22.2) 5-3 Vertical Horizontal 1 Horizontal 2 7.5 4.72) (482.7 (297) 5.08) 2300 (410.14) (17.5 4.75) 4800 (857. (kgf) 25 (11.72) (548.0 S E C T I O N 5 W .8) 620 3070 V10Y15-84290400 (110. Catalog Number V10Y15-57170025 V10Y15-57180050 V10Y15-57190100 V10Y15-57200150 V10Y15-57210250 V10Y15-84290400 V10Y15-84280700 V10Y15-84271000 Nominal Load Load Range lb.25 (31.

68) lb.4–6.99 (76) 1 (25) UNLOADED HEIGHT . (kgf) lb.3662 Fax: 516.5) Available only if final use is for governmental installation .9 8.3–10. (kgf) 13.6–15.8–7. (kg) .9 (4. HORIZONTAL 1: HORIZONTAL 2: TEMPERATURE RANGE: +50°F to +86°F +10°C to +30°C V10Y15-39210013 Load Range lb.328./in.1 Horizontal 2 5. Bolt Horizontal 1 Horizontal 2 Vertical (nearest metric) 1/4 (6) lb.2–8.5) 5.23 (82) 2.25) Natural Frequencies .79 (20) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.3365 • NATO APPROVED NAVAL "X" MOUNTS • LIGHTWEIGHT Leaves – 304 Stainless Steel Washers – Nylon and Stainless Steel Damping Compound – Polymer HEIGHT UNDER NOMINAL LOAD M8 BOLT New 3./in.) from shock and vibration and has similar properties to the present range of 'X' mounts with some reduction in the available deflection under shock conditions.vibrationmounts.2 (6) 10.Hz Vertical Horizontal 1 7. (kg/cm) 33 (5.91) 5-4 lb.com Phone: 516.M PONENT • MATERIAL: S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Spring Mounts – Elliptic Leaf Type www.2) Bolt Size Weight Static Stiffness UNF Excluding in.14) lb.33 (8.328. electronics panels etc.6 S E C T I O N 5 Catalog Number Nominal Load .26 (133./in. printers.31 (0. VIBRATION MODES: VERTICAL: FEATURES: The 6 kg Mount is designed to isolate lightweight equipment (i.e. (kg/cm) 18 (3. computers. (kg/cm) 43 (7.

5 (1. (mm) in.3662 Fax: 516. (mm) (mm) metric) 8 (203) 2 (50.75) .7 (297) 2 (50.7) 100 (45.328.9) 14. (mm) in.8) 4.5 (114) 4.75 (0.328.3 (185) Weight lb.M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • MATERIAL: Spring Mounts – Elliptic Leaf Type www.25 (1.827 (21) 3/4 (20) 4.5) .13) 2.354 (9) 5/16 (8) 1.3) 50 (22. (kg) 1.5 (0.88 (124) 7.6) 5.vibrationmounts.25) S E C T I O N 5 Catalog Number Nominal Load .75 (1.25) 13 (5.02) 2.8) 4 (101. (kgf) lb. with Washers with Washers Washers in.4) 150 (68) 250 (113.6) 20–40 (9–18) 40–75 (18–34) 75–120 (34–54) 120-200 (54-91) 200-300 (91–136) 300–550 (136–250) 550–850 (250–386) 850–1200 (386–545) Bolt Size h H D d L W UNF Length Width Height Unloaded Height Loaded Diameter Bolt Hole in.17 (106) 1.75) .5 (216) 11. (kgf) 25 (11. H h BUSH WASHER L W Available only if final use is for governmental installation TEMPERATURE RANGE: -238°F to +752°F -150°C to +400°C V10Y15-5717M0025 V10Y15-5718M0050 V10Y15-5719M0100 V10Y15-5720M0150 V10Y15-5721M0250 V10Y15-8429M0400 V10Y15-8428M0700 V10Y15-8427M1000 Load Range lb.3 (185) 7.25 (31.25 (31.5 (63.512 (13) 1/2 (12) 2. in.68) 1. in.4) 700 (317.com Phone: 516.85 (123) 8.25 (133) 7.8) 2.5) 400 (181.25 (184) 7.5 (6.3365 • NATO APPROVED NAVAL "XM" MOUNTS • FOR EXTREME ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS Leaves – 304 Stainless Steel Washers – Nylon and Stainless Steel Damping Compound – Stainless Steel Mesh New SPRING ASSY.57) 16 (7.5) 1000 (453.5 (190) 5-5 4. (nearest (mm) (mm) in.

2 6.3365 TRANSMISSIBILITY / TEMPERATURE / RESONANCE "Q" / TEMPERATURE 30 20 3.6 7.6 fn=Natural Frequency Q 10.3 dB -10 0.328.com Phone: 516.328.CO M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Spring Mounts – Elliptic Leaf Type www.8) 19.3662 Fax: 516.9) 29.7 (67.0 0 0.2 (50.4) 0.9) –16.1 -20 20 "Q" Factor Real stiffness "Q" = –––––––––––––––– Complex stiffness 10 f e d -30 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 Temperature °C c b -40 a 5 6 7 10 20 30 50 100 Impressed frequency Hz NATURAL FREQUENCY / TEMPERATURE 30 a b c d e f Temp °C (°F) 41.0 22.0 22.5 (32.5) 10.7 20 10 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 Temperature °C 5-6 S E C T I O N 5 10.0 29.0) fn Hz 6.vibrationmounts.8 2.2 6.0 10 Q 1.1 2.6 (106.1 (3.2 4.6 13.9 (85.0 .

3662 Fax: 516.3) 10 (57.com Phone: 516.) Free Height Deflection mm (in.2) 16 (.4) 750 (168.8 TO 1 New 51 (2.vibrationmounts.98) 60 (13.2) 30 (171.98 in.3365 • WORKING TEMPERATURE RANGE Spring – Steel (Black Cataphoresis or Blue Epoxy) Base – Carbon Steel Bushing – Carbon Steel Isolator – Polyethylene Base Pad – Foam Rubber -90°C TO 200°C (-130°F TO 392°F) • LATERAL TO AXIAL STIFFNESS RATIO 0.80) mm (in.) Load N (lb.81) 260 240 1300 V10Z73MAM025 1200 220 1100 200 1000 180 900 M R Lower base attached Upper and Lower bases attached 74 (2.328.7) 250 (56.5) 11 (.6) 1000 (224.1) 20 (114.5) To complete the part number please specify mounting style.63) 63 (2.9) 500 (112.05) 5-7 V10Z73MAM015 700 120 600 100 500 80 400 60 300 40 200 20 100 0 V10Z73MAM100 800 160 140 V10Z73MAM125 5 10 15 20 25 0 V10Z73MAM075 V10Z73MAM050 5 10 15 20 25 S E C T I O N 5 Mounting Style .5) 200 (45.03) 49 (1.43) Metric M Style Base Mounting shown 106 (4.93) 52 (2.3) 40 (228.4) 400 (89.) 25 (.) Minimum Deflection mm (in.91) 77 (3.M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • MATERIAL: Spring Mounts – Foam Type – To 1250 N www.2) The projections shown are per ISO convention.4) 50 (285.4) 150 (33.5) 100 (22. % 10 Continued on the next page PERFORMANCE GRAPHS C Description Height at A 25 mm (.328.) N/mm (lb.2) 500 (112.) 10 (.0) Admissible Temporary Overload Stiffness Deflection mm (in.0) M8 A 80 (3.39) 6 (34.) No bases 71 (2.) 46 (1. Maximum Catalog Number V10Z73MAM015 V10Z73MAM025 V10Z73MAM050 V10Z73MAM075 V10Z73MAM100 V10Z73MAM125 Load N (lb./in.0) 300 (67.8) 1250 (281.

328.) mm (in.3365 • WORKING TEMPERATURE RANGE Spring – Steel (Black Cataphoresis or Blue Epoxy) Base – Carbon Steel Bushing – Carbon Steel Isolator – Polyethylene Base Pad – Foam Rubber -90°C TO 200°C (-130°F TO 392°F) • LATERAL TO AXIAL STIFFNESS RATIO 0.7) New M12 A 96 (3.4) 3 (.) 35 (1.61) 82 (3.) 1500 (337.CO M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • MATERIAL: Spring Mounts – Foam Type – To 4500 N www.) 640 (143.04) 96 (3.47) 86 (3.9) Stiffness Deflection mm (in.com Phone: 516.3662 Fax: 516. PERFORMANCE GRAPH V10Z73MAM450 4500 Mounting Style Description C No bases mm (in.6) Minimum Deflection mm (in.) 111 (4.6) 2500 (562.38 in.99) 4000 V10Z73MAM350 3500 3000 Lower base attached 114 (4.) N/mm (lb.2) 2000 (449.49) 79 (3.11) 2500 V10Z73MAM250 2000 V10Z73MAM200 1500 V10Z73MAM150 1000 R Upper and Lower bases attached 117 (4.0) 129 (736.23) 500 0 5-8 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 S E C T I O N 5 M Height at A 35 mm (1.4) 100 (571.37) 76 (2.8) 4500 (1011.3) 1070 (240.5) 71 (405.12) M Style Base Mounting shown M8 22 (.2) 1930 (433.) Free Height Deflection .0) 3500 (786.5) 1500 (337.32) Metric 12 (.87) Maximum Catalog Number V10Z73MAM150 V10Z73MAM200 V10Z73MAM250 V10Z73MAM350 V10Z73MAM450 Load N (lb.8 TO 1 69 (2.) 15 (.8) 128 (5./in.328.5) 57 (325.9) 860 (193.59) 43 (245.6) Admissible Temporary Overload % 30 25 20 14 11 To complete the part number please specify mounting style.38) Load N (lb.8) 8 (.vibrationmounts.

Damping factor c/co .6) 3.0 (76. www.25 (82.0 (101. mm In. MOUNTING Must be loaded vertically through its axis.2 5-9 S E C T I O N 5 Catalog Number Static Load .042 oz. Elastic Limit corresponds to a maximum load in compression of .328.com Phone: 516. (1. 3.328.8) DIA.2 g).10 to .0 76.2 g) and radially .Height Free Max.15.M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • MATERIAL: Spring Mounts – Damped Type – To 200 lbs.vibrationmounts. mm 5.007 oz.6) 2 HOLES . kgf V10Z30-2273 60 – 90 27 – 40 V10Z30-2274 90 – 135 40 – 61 V10Z30-2275 135 – 200 61 – 90 Natural Frequency Hz 2 – 2-1/2 H .386 (9.3365 Base Plate – Mild Steel Springs – High-Tensile Steel .5) CHARACTERISTICS Lateral to vertical stiffness ratio approximately 1:1. TEMPERATURE RANGE: -94°F to +347°F (-70°C to +175°C) lb.50 (63.7 144 3.Load in.2) 3/8-16 UNC-2B x 1/2 DEEP 2. H APPLICATIONS • MEDIUM-HEAVY INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT • OPTICAL EQUIPMENT • LABORATORY EQUIPMENT NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm. (0.Phosphated & Dyed Black Isolator – Knitted Stainless Steel Mesh End Caps – Light Alloy • CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENT • STAINLESS STEEL MESH • FOR LOADS OF 60 TO 200 POUNDS (27 TO 90 kgf) 4.3662 Fax: 516.

com Phone: 516.6) DIA.2 g) and radially .4 5-10 in.3) 4-1/2 (114. CHARACTERISTICS Lateral to vertical stiffness approximately 1:1. Phosphated.20.0 76.378 60. NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm. (1.260 (6. (0. TEMPERATURE RANGE: -94°F to +347°F (-70°C to +175°C) Static Load lb. Load Hz in. www.vibrationmounts.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Mounting Plates – Mild Steel.328.007 oz.3) DIA. SECTION X-X MOUNTING Must be loaded vertically through its axis.Height Free Max.2 g).3) . Dyed Black Isolators – Knitted Stainless Steel Mesh • CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENT • STAINLESS STEEL MESH • FOR LOADS OF 150 TO 750 POUNDS (68 TO 340 kgf) H X X 3-3/4 (95.042 oz.• MATERIAL: Spring Mounts – Damped Type – To 750 lbs.328. kgf V10Z31-2461 150 – 260 68 – 118 V10Z31-2462 250 – 450 113 – 205 V10Z31-2463 440 – 750 200 – 340 Natural Frequency H . Damping factor c/co . mm 4 – 4-1/2 3.2 2. Painted Springs – High-Tensile Steel.563 (14. Elastic Limit corresponds to a maximum load in compression of .3662 Fax: 516. 1/2-20 UNF H APPLICATIONS • HEAVY LOADS • COMPRESSORS • PUMPS • GRAIN VIBRATORS . mm S E C T I O N 5 Catalog Number .15 to .

08 Hz 4 which fits 1004.3 Hz) driven by a 7 kw motor running at 1470 rpm. If site configuration is not known.5% EXAMPLE Project a line from the efficiency required on the right hand side to intersect the performance lines 1008.5 discard 1008 as it has fn = 9 to 7 Hz second projection gives R = 4 for 1006 & 1004 16. If two mountings meet the above conditions. Compare f 'n with the actual natural frequency (fn) of the mounting concerned .01 99. select the one with higher fn. Project those intersections down to obtain the two dimensionless ratios (R) for the three mountings.001 0.3662 Fax: 516. which is to be installed on an upper floor of light construction: Now. 1006 and 1004.96 Hz R 5. select that mounting. If f 'n fits into the f n band of the mounting.vibrationmounts. Transfer the recommended efficiency to the transmissibility curves on the graph. it will be more stable. Recommended efficiency = 93% first projection gives R = 5. assume for basement condition.5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 99.com Phone: 516. fn = 5 to 3 Hz A fan turning at 980 rpm (16. all that remains is to place sufficient 1004 series mountings under the machine to support its weight evenly.3365 INDUSTRIAL AND MARINE APPLICATIONS The following table gives recommended isolation efficiency in relation to site configuration and driving motor power. Recommended Isolation Efficiency: Upper Floor Heavy Construction 50% 75% 90% 95% 97% Upper Floor Light Construction 90% 93% 95% 97.3 again fn = ____ = 4.1 90% 93% V10Z321008 97% 98.9% f ROTATION SPEED OF MACHINERY (Hz) (R) FREQUENCY RATIO = ––– = ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– fn MOUNTING NATURAL FREQUENCY (Hz) 5-11 S E C T I O N 5 Up to 4 4 – 10 10 – 30 30 – 75 75 – 225 Basement or Ground Floor — 50% 80% 90% 95% ISOLATION Driving Motor.328. fn = ____ = 2.5% 0. TRANSMISSIBILITY (T) 10 1 20% 40% 70% 80% 0.5 for 1008 f 16.M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Selection Criteria – V10Z32 Mounts www.5% 98. Divide the lowest running speed (Hz) of the complete machine by R to give the natural frequency f 'n required.328. kW .3 and from fn = ____ .5% 99% V10Z321006 & 1004 0.

15 to .394 – 1. Elastic Limit corresponds to a maximum load in compression of .94 (100) 3.20.2 g) and radially .328.118 – .82 (148) 3. kgf V10Z32-100411 165 – 243 75 – 110 V10Z32-100412 209 – 287 95 – 130 276 – 353 125 – 160 353 – 507 160 – 230 V10Z32-100415 463 – 683 210 – 310 V10Z32-100416 661 – 926 300 – 420 V10Z32-100611 66 – 110 30 – 50 V10Z32-100612 110 – 176 50 – 80 176 – 275 80 – 125 276 – 430 125 – 195 V10Z32-100615 430 – 683 195 – 310 V10Z32-100616 683 – 926 310 – 420 V10Z32-100811 88 – 187 40 – 85 V10Z32-100812 143 – 246 65 – 125 243 – 419 110 – 190 386 – 595 175 – 270 V10Z32-100815 551 – 882 250 – 400 V10Z32-100816 794 – 1235 360 – 560 V10Z32-100413 V10Z32-100414 V10Z32-100613 V10Z32-100614 V10Z32-100813 V10Z32-100814 5. 3-15/16 (100) 4. Phosphated.2 g). Damping factor c/co .33 (110) 5-33/64 (140) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm. Dyed Black Isolator – Knitted Stainless Steel Mesh • CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENT • STAINLESS STEEL MESH • FOR LOADS OF 66 TO 1235 POUNDS (30 TO 560 kgf) 3.328.54 (90) 3.394 (5 – 10) .181 (10 – 30) .04 (128) 3. MOUNTING Must be loaded vertically through its axis.433 (11) DIA.007 oz.3662 Fax: 516. .07 (78) H 2 HOLES .042 oz. Painted Springs – High-Tensile Steel.54 (90) 3–5 5–7 7–9 APPLICATIONS • HEAVY LOADS • COMPRESSORS • PUMPS • GRAIN VIBRATORS .197 – .com Phone: 516.vibrationmounts. www.94 (100) 5. (1.3365 Mounting Plates – Mild Steel.197 (3 – 5) 5-12 S E C T I O N 5 M12 CHARACTERISTICS Lateral to vertical stiffness approximately 1:1. (0. TEMPERATURE RANGE: -94°F to +347°F (-70°C to +175°C) Static Load Range H Catalog Number Free Equivalent Natural Static Frequency Loaded Hz Deflection lb.CO M PONENT • MATERIAL: S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Spring Mounts – Damped Type – To 1235 lbs.

007 oz.vibrationmounts. kgf 860 – 1367 390 – 620 1323 – 1852 600 – 840 860 – 1367 390 – 620 1367 – 1852 620 – 840 1102 – 1764 500 – 800 1587 – 2469 720 – 1120 5-13 S E C T I O N 5 H Catalog Number . TEMPERATURE RANGE: -94°F to +347°F (-70°C to +175°C) Static Load Range V10Z32-100425 V10Z32-100426 V10Z32-100625 V10Z32-100626 V10Z32-100825 V10Z32-100826 Free Equivalent Natural Static Frequency Loaded Hz Deflection 5.197 (3 – 5) lb.394 – 1. www.197 – . Phosphated.20.54 (90) 5–7 3.94 (100) 3. NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.15 to .3662 Fax: 516.181 (10 – 30) . 8. Dyed Black • STAINLESS STEEL MESH Isolator – Knitted Stainless Steel Mesh • FOR LOADS OF 860 TO 2469 POUNDS (390 TO 1120 kgf) H M12 3-15/16 (100) 4 HOLES .512 (13) DIA.com Phone: 516.54 (90) 7–9 .118 – . (1. APPLICATIONS • HEAVY LOADS • COMPRESSORS • PUMPS • GRAIN VIBRATORS MOUNTING Must be loaded vertically through its axis.04 (128) 3–5 3. Painted • CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENT Springs – High-Tensile Steel.3365 Mounting Plates – Mild Steel.M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • MATERIAL: Spring Mounts – Damped Type – To 2469 lbs.94 (100) 3.328.394 (5 – 10) . (0.2 g) and radially .2 g). Elastic Limit corresponds to a maximum load in compression of . Damping factor c/co .27 (210) 9-27/32 (250) CHARACTERISTICS Lateral to vertical stiffness approximately 1:1.328.042 oz.82 (148) 5.

TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°C to +200°C (-40°F to +392°F) V10Z61MBG7 kgf/ leg (lb.com Phone: 516.3 to 8.102) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.328. 5-14 S E C T I O N 5 Optimum Load Catalog Number .3662 Fax: 516.787 in.6 (1. Nickel Plated • TO BE USED IN COMPRESSION ONLY THREAD 23 (.8 to 1.328.) thick Silcone Gel bed does not break. It is publicly proven many times.) high to a 2 cm (. An ordinary fresh raw egg dropped down from 18 meters (59 ft.8) Thread 16 to 14 10 to 8 V10Z61MBG8 Recommended Frequency Hz M3 from 14 18 to 16 M6 Demonstration of Silicone Gel's outstanding shock-absorbing abilities.M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • MATERIAL: Spring Mounts – Silicone Gel Type www.vibrationmounts.5) 1.906) SPRING Ø15 (.3365 Studs – Brass • DAMPS LOW FREQUENCY VIBRATIONS Body – Silicone Gel • VERTICAL VIBRATIONS DAMPED WITHOUT HORIZONTAL DEFLECTION Spring – Piano Wire Type B.8 to 3.472) Metric Ø28 (1. / leg) Resonance Point Resonance Magnification Hz dB 0.591) New 12 (.5 to 4 (3.

15 (3. www.5 3 MIN LOAD MAX LOAD 2.20 – 5.com Phone: 516.25 TO 4.8 V10Z19-7013SA 1.10 2.5 to 7 Hz transverse depending on load.8) RADIAL DEFLECTION .2) 1.4) #8-32 UNC-2B (SUFFIX A) M4 x 0. Conforms to MIL-E-5400 LOADING LIMITATIONS Prior to abutting snubber.) in.27 (7) DEEP 2 HOLES .4). Maximum displacement of the suspended unit under limiting loads ± .7 – 1. .35).62 (41.80 0. Transmissibility ≤ 4:1.55 – 1.4 0.50 – 3.016 (0.7 mm Thread #8-32 UNC-2B Oval Square Base Type Catalog Number • MOBILE • ROTATING MACHINES .00 0. load corresponding to a continuous acceleration of at least 2 G. DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS Ratio between transverse and axial stiffness (vertical) approximately 1:2. APPLICATIONS • AIRCRAFT • MARINE TEMPERATURE RANGE: -94°F to +347°F -70°C to +175°C Static Load kgf lb.80 – 1.CO • MATERIAL: Steel Spring and Mesh Mounts – To 10 lbs. mm 1.35 38.5 Natural frequency = 7 to 11 Hz vertical and 4. H 1.58 (40.4) ∆ TYPICAL PER SIDE FOR SQUARE BASE CONFIGURATION 2-1/4 (57.6 kgf) Housing – Aluminum Alloy. Anodized Eyelets – Brass. 1.197 (5). TYPE "D" OVAL BASE 4 HOLES .6 V10Z19-7011SA – 2.1) DIA.Height Free in.328.014 (0.328.04 S E C T I O N 5 M4 x 0.35 – 0.3662 Fax: 516.5 TO 10 POUNDS (.5 4 3.1) DIA.9) as a function of applied load 5 TRANSMISSIBILITY 1-45/64 ∆ (43.25 – 1 V10Z19-7012SA .55 – 4.7 mm (SUFFIX C) .94 (49.37 ∆ (34.56 (14.vibrationmounts.1) 4.40 0.5 V10Z19-7014SA 2. Tin Plated Isolators – Stainless Steel Spring and Mesh ACROSS FLATS .157 (4) DIA.60 1 5. mm 1. kg 1.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENT • STAINLESS STEEL MESH • FOR LOADS OF .5 1 0. Maximum displacement input ± .5) 5/32 (4) NOTE: MAX BOLT LENGTH INTO CAP IS 9/32 (7.1) TYPICAL TRANSMISSIBILITY CURVE 1. Loads corresponding to at least 10 G may be accepted without subsequently affecting the mount performance.157 (4) DIA. 59/64 (23.09 27.68 oz.1 Weight Max.5 2 1.55 V10Z19-7015DA V10Z19-7015DC V10Z19-7015SA V10Z19-7015SC 5-15 H .60 – 10.5 0 TYPE "S" SQUARE BASE 1 2 3 4 5 8 10 20 30 40 50 100 FREQUENCY NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm. Load (Approx. for a displacement input ± .

7 TO 60 kgf) Housing – Aluminum Alloy.85 15. & C IS 23/64 (9.20 – 12.5 0 NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.5 to 6 Hz transverse depending on load for a displacement input of ± . Natural Frequency = 7 to 10 Hz vertical and 4. 1 2 3 4 5 7.8) Transmissibility: ≤ 4:1 Conforms to MIL-E-5400C TEMPERATURE RANGE: -94°F to +347°F (-70°C to +175°C) WEIGHT: 3.40 – 9.3 2 – 4.90 6.vibrationmounts.3) 2-1/4 (57.5 20 30 50 100 FREQUENCY DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS In accordance with curve 1 of spec MIL-C-172. APPLICATIONS • AIRCRAFT • MARINE • MOBILE • ROTATING MACHINES Static Load 1/4-20 UNC-2B 1/4-28 UNF-2B M6 x 1 mm 3/8-24 UNF lb.com Phone: 516.CO M PONENT • MATERIAL: S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Steel Spring and Mesh Mounts – To 132 lbs.5 9. Maximum displacement input ± . Anodized Eyelets – Brass.70 35.7 – 1.94 (49.328.5) NOTE: MAX FIXING BOLT LENGTH INTO CAP A.27) DIA.25 1. kgf V10Z22-7201A V10Z22-7202A V10Z22-7203A V10Z22-7204A V10Z22-7205A V10Z22-7206A V10Z22-7207A V10Z22-7209A V10Z22-7210A — V10Z22-7201B V10Z22-7202B V10Z22-7203B V10Z22-7204B V10Z22-7205B V10Z22-7206B V10Z22-7207B V10Z22-7209B V10Z22-7210B — V10Z22M7201C V10Z22M7202C V10Z22M7203C V10Z22M7204C V10Z22M7205C V10Z22M7206C V10Z22M7207C V10Z22M7209C V10Z22M7210C — V10Z22-7201D V10Z22-7202D V10Z22-7203D V10Z22-7204D V10Z22-7205D V10Z22-7206D V10Z22-7207D V10Z22-7209D V10Z22-7210D V10Z22-7211D 1.5 2. Tin Plated Isolators – Stainless Steel Spring and Mesh 1.73) 1.3662 Fax: 516.40 – 30. .030 (0. www.65 – 39.031 (0.41 oz.6 4. Maximum displacement of the suspended unit under limiting loads ± .5 MIN LOAD 3 MAX LOAD 2.10 – 72. Loads corresponding to at least 10 G may be accepted without subsequently affecting the mount performance.30 – 48. 11/64 (4.14) INTO CAP D IS .30 0.75).55 – 2.15 – 2.197 (5) DIA.5 TO 132 POUNDS (0.580 (14.236 (6).90 – 19.5 – 9 7 – 14 8 – 18 16 – 22 20 – 33 33 – 60 5-16 S E C T I O N 5 Catalog Number LOADING LIMITATIONS Just prior to abutting snubber.328.55 – 5. B. load corresponding to a continuous acceleration of at least 2 G.2) 1/4-20 UNC-2B 1/4-28 UNF-2B M6 x 1 mm 3/8-24 UNF TYPICAL TRANSMISSIBILITY CURVE as a function of applied load 5 TRANSMISSIBILITY 1-3/16 (30) (SUFFIX A) (SUFFIX B) (SUFFIX C) (SUFFIX D) 4 HOLES .5) 2-3/8 (60.4. Ratio between transverse and axial stiffness (vertical): approximately 1:2.5 2 1.50 44.75 2.5 1 0.2) RADIAL DISPLACEMENT UNLOADED 1-27/32 (46.75 72.5 4 3.205 (5.85 17.3365 • CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENT • STAINLESS STEEL MESH • FOR LOADS OF 1.8 – 5.75 – 132.53 .35 9.5.00 4.18 (30) . 4. (100-125 g) approx.

5 V10Z28-1643 50 – 100 22.8 kgf) or when working conditions require it.44 36.05 5-17 S E C T I O N 5 lb.5) DIA.6 TO 453.6 9.5 H .com Phone: 516. H NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.3) 6.35 – 90.33 0. mm in.8 – 453.5) 3/8-16 UNC-2B APPLICATIONS • LIGHTWEIGHT MACHINE TOOLS • PRINTING AND TEXTILE MACHINERY 4 HOLES .328.3662 Fax: 516.5 – 45.M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Steel Mesh Mounts – To 1000 lbs. Load Hz oz.8 V10Z28-1646 500 – 1000 226.vibrationmounts.012(0.50 (63. Weight .35 V10Z28-1644 100 – 200 45.7 – 226. (99.7) CHARACTERISTICS Although normally intended to be used in compression. they will accept accidental tensile loads.18 1.05 – 22. Natural Frequency Static Load Catalog Number kgf V10Z28-1641 10 – 20 4.55 – V10Z28-1642 20 – 50 9.3365 • MATERIAL: • FOR LOADS OF 10 TO 1000 POUNDS (4.295 (7.Height Free Max.6 1. They will accept compressive loads at least five times the static load.2) 2.7 V10Z28-1645 200 – 500 90.5 kgf) • STAINLESS STEEL MESH Cap and Base – Aluminum Alloy Center Stud – Aluminum Alloy Isolator – Knitted Stainless Steel Mesh • FINISH: Alochrome 1200 on all Aluminum components 3 (76. mm 13 – 17 For an amplitude of ± . 1-13/32 (35.91 48.328. The mounts should be fixed to the floor for loads in excess of 220 lb. www. kg in.

kgf V10Z27-3021 70 – 400 32 – 181 V10Z27-3022 300 – 800 136 – 363 V10Z27-3023 600 – 1600 273 – 725 Natural Frequency Hz 14 – 22 H .68) (46. They are capable of withstanding compression loads as high as ten times the static loads and are used for isolating marine fans.3) LOAD DECREASING 6000 LOAD (lb.Height Free Loaded 1-61/64 1-53/64 (49. Cup and Washer are Cadmium Plated Mild Steel Isolator – Stainless Steel Mesh 4 HOLES .05 0. instrument consoles and general machine tools such as lathes.3662 Fax: 516.) 5/8-11 UNC 4000 2000 H 0 0.) * APPLICATIONS Primarily developed for heavy-duty applications where severe shock forces are encountered.55) 8000 LOAD INCREASING 2.3365 • CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENT • STAINLESS STEEL MESH • FOR LOADS OF 70 TO 1600 POUNDS (32 TO 725 kgf) Housing – Machine Casting Center.323 (8.328. 3-1/4 (82. 5-18 S E C T I O N 5 Static Load Catalog Number .1 0. NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm. broachers. www.vibrationmounts.CO M PONENT • MATERIAL: S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Steel Mesh Mounts – To 1600 lbs. generators. mobile engines. etc. TEMPERATURE RANGE: -94°F to +347°F (-70°C to +175°C) lb.com Phone: 516.2 DEFLECTION (in.328. slotters. these mounts are especially recommended for vehicle and marine installations where there are high starting torques or reversals of loads.45 (62.15 0.38) *A locking device is provided for the removal of rusted mounting bolts. milling machines.2) DIA.

1.5) DIA. then fasten the spreader to the machine base.22 (use 8 mounts) 9 Static Load Range lb.328. 3/8 (10) • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 800 TO 16000 POUNDS (360 TO 7250 kgf) • FLOOR MOUNTED • CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENT Mounting Plates – Mild Steel.281 (32.4) FREE Catalog Number* 1/8 (3) MACHINE BASE 1.0 (24) maximum diameter fixing studs. Painted Isolators – Knitted Stainless Steel Mesh 6-1/2 (165.com Phone: 516.118 (28.328. APPLICATIONS Designed for heavy machine tools.4) FREE SECTION X-X 3/4 (20) FLOOR MOUNTING To support heavy loads.• MATERIAL: Steel Mesh Mounts – To 20000 lbs. www.1) 2. Rawbolt "studding" has been used.vibrationmounts.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • FOR COMPRESSION LOADS OF 1000 TO 20000 POUNDS (450 TO 9070 kgf) • FREESTANDING • CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENT Mounting Plates – Mild Steel. In the illustration.1) 2.8) 5/8-11 UNC X X . this low profile mount serves the dual purpose of effectively isolating machine vibration while preventing movement by holding firmly on its base. Fasten the mounts to the spreader plate by the 5/8 tapped hole provided. For use on level surfaces only. the mounts are grouped together on a spreader plate.281 DIA. Use 1.915 (23.9) LOADED 1-7/64 (28. kgf 1000 – 20000 2000 – 5000 10000 – 20000 450 – 9070 905 – 2265 4530 – 9070 Steel Mesh Mounts – To 16000 lbs. (32. 6-1/2 (165.630 (66.5) SECTION X-X V10Z34-1139 Static Load Range lb. but foundation anchoring hardware is not provided with the mount. FLOOR LEVEL FLOOR MOUNTING It is important that the stud is firmly fixed into the floor before the machine is bolted down.500 (38) DIA. kgf 800 – 16000 360 – 7250 *To be discontinued when present stock is depleted. 5-19 S E C T I O N 5 • MATERIAL: . EXAMPLE: Total Weight of Machine = 65 TONS MACHINE BASE SPREADER PLATE NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.24) 1. Painted Isolators – Knitted Stainless Steel Mesh 2. • LARGE MACHINE TOOLS • ROCK CRUSHERS MUST BE FREESTANDING ON FLOOR OR FOUNDATION Catalog Number V10Z33-1133 V10Z33-1133-2 V10Z33-1133-4 Machine Weight Capacity of Mount = 65 = 7. 1.875 (73) DIA.618 (66.3662 Fax: 516.The spreader plate should be made the same size as the floor bearing area of the base.5) APPLICATIONS • DESIGNED PRINCIPALLY FOR X HEAVY-DUTY PUNCH AND PANEL PRESSES X 5/8-11 UNC 15/16 (23.

18 0.72 3.93 6.328.02 0.35 4. kgf oz.36 1. 5-20 S E C T I O N 5 MEDIUM-DUTY .56 7.com Phone: 516.25 34.033 4.98 13.81 .91 1.17 22.81 2.328. Cadmium Plated Springs – Spring Steel Wire B K MAX.10 0. A J Designates vertical displacement K Designates radial displacement 26 24 STATIC LOAD DEFLECTION CURVE 22 AXIAL 20 RADIAL LOAD (lb.38 0.54 5.39 44.26 31.01 0. 1 2 3 4 0.) 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 0.12 0.14 9/32 5/32 1/8 3.23 31.) Weight lb.88 A B C D 1-3/4 2-5/16 1-3/4 . C E D F J MAX. mm A B C D 7/8 1-1/4 1 .75 45.07 3.76 LIGHT-DUTY V10C16-LS197501 V10C16-LS197602 V10C16-LS197703 V10C16-LS203704 V10C16-MS197802 V10C16-MS197904 V10C16-MS198006 V10C16-MS198108 V10C16-MS198210 V10C16-MS198312 V10C16-MS371114 HEAVY-DUTY V10C16-HS198410 V10C16-HS198515 V10C16-HS198620 V10C16-HS198725 V10C16-HS198830 V10C16-HS198935 NOTE: Curves shown for mounts with a nominal load rating of 6 pounds.3662 Fax: 516.04 0.08 0.16 0.06 inches.20 DEFLECTION (in.13 4.14 0.91 1.77 44.45 9.76 4.086 11. Deflection curve for mounts with other load ratings may be drawn by shifting the curve shown to pass through a point defined by the intersection of the mounts nominal load (pounds) with a standard deflection of .93 E F J K .53 E F J K .011 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 10 15 20 25 30 35 Dimensions kg in.63 1.06 TEMPERATURE RANGE: -76° F to +302° F -60° C to +150° C Catalog Number Nominal Load 0.14 0.CO M PONENT • MATERIAL: S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Spring Mounts – Suspension Type www.34 13.35 A B C D 1-1/4 1-25/32 1-3/8 .54 6.22 E F J K .45 0.2 17/32 1/4 3/16 4.76 4.44 6.14 3.18 0.17 23/64 3/16 3/16 4.vibrationmounts.45 54.61 15.4 4.3365 • ALL METAL Mounting Plates – Steel.97 3.5 6.75 25.22 9. mm in.80 9.

81 2. 5-21 S E C T I O N 5 MEDIUM-DUTY .75 60.76 10 15 20 25 30 35 4.33 49. Cadmium Plated Springs – Spring Steel Wire K MAX.07 3.20 oz.0 2-1/2 .20 6.22 3. mm LIGHT-DUTY V10C17-LP199301 V10C17-LP199402 V10C17-LP199503 V10C17-LP199604 1 2 3 4 0.81 V10C17-MP199702 V10C17-MP199804 V10C17-MP199906 V10C17-MP235008 V10C17-MP235110 V10C17-MP235212 V10C17-MP370914 HEAVY-DUTY V10C17-HP235310 V10C17-HP235415 V10C17-HP235520 V10C17-HP235625 V10C17-HP235730 V10C17-HP371035 NOTE: Curves shown for mounts with a nominal load rating of 6 pounds.18 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 0.85 34.37 69.53 4.05 0.138 11.) kg in.vibrationmounts.95 14.3365 • ALL METAL Mounting Plates – Steel.53 F G H J K 31/64 1-3/32 2-3/4 1/4 3/16 12.06 TEMPERATURE RANGE: -76° F to +302° F -60° C to +150° C Catalog Number Nominal Load 0.91 1.12 0.76 lb.18 0.73 F G H J K 15/64 9/16 1-9/16 5/32 1/8 5.45 76.76 4.) 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 0.CO M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • MATERIAL: Spring Mounts – Pedestal Type www. G A J Designates vertical displacement K Designates radial displacement 26 24 STATIC LOAD DEFLECTION CURVE 22 AXIAL 20 RADIAL LOAD (lb.23 42.45 0.328.16 Weight 0.67 3.54 5.3662 Fax: 516.64 4. B C E H D F J MAX.5 9.26 44.10 0.01 0.61 15.88 A B C D E 1-3/4 3.72 3.150 22.64 70.85 6.061 4.54 6. Deflection curve for mounts with other load ratings may be drawn by shifting the curve shown to pass through a point defined by the intersection of the mounts nominal load (pounds) with a standard deflection of .93 4.14 0.29 39.93 6.20 63.80 9.08 DEFLECTION (in.91 1.35 A B C D E 1-1/4 2-3/8 1-15/16 .021 A B C D E 7/8 1-11/16 1-3/8 .com Phone: 516.06 inches.35 4.04 0.30 29.257 .39 .33 20.34 13. Dimensions in.328. kgf 0.02 0.97 3.44 6.98 F G H J K 21/64 13/16 2-25/32 3/16 3/16 8.196 31.170 .63 2. mm .36 1.71 0.

vibrationmounts.10 0.76 4. kgf oz. 5-22 S E C T I O N 5 MEDIUM-DUTY .91 1.88 A B C D 11/16 2-9/16 27/32 #3/8 BSF 17.06 0.07 6. mm A B C D 3/8 1-19/64 3/8 #4 BA 9.80 9.35 4.71 0.63 12.328.44 A B C D 1/2 1-7/8 1/2 #1/4 BSF 12.) 18 16 14 12 10 DEFLECTION 8 6 4 2 0 0.81 2.53 4 E F G 1-3/32 5/32 1/8 27.02 0.72 2.76 LIGHT-DUTY V10C18-LF237001 V10C18-LF237102 V10C18-LF237203 V10C18-LF237304 V10C18-MF237402 V10C18-MF237504 V10C18-MF237606 V10C18-MF237708 V10C18-MF237810 V10C18-MF237912 HEAVY-DUTY V10C18-HF238210 V10C18-HF238315 V10C18-HF238420 V10C18-HF238525 V10C18-HF238630 V10C18-HF371235 NOTE: Curves shown for mounts with a nominal load rating of 6 pounds (2.16 0.54 6.97 3.93 0.34 13.08 0.328.63 4. E A D F Designates vertical displacement G Designates radial displacement 26 24 STATIC LOAD DEFLECTION CURVE 22 AXIAL 20 RADIAL LOAD (lb.3662 Fax: 516.43 10 E F G 1-51/64 1/4 3/16 45.54 5.7 6 E F G 1-21/64 3/16 3/16 33. Deflection curve for mounts with other load ratings may be drawn by shifting the curve shown to pass through a point defined by the intersection of the mounts nominal load (pounds) with a standard deflection of .076 3.04 0.182 11.78 3.14 0.5 mm).06 inches (1.81 .94 9.47 0. Cadmium Plated Springs – Spring Steel Wire G MAX.45 0. 1 2 3 4 0.53 32.18 0.91 21. mm in.7 47.36 1.026 2 4 6 8 10 12 10 15 20 25 30 35 Dimensions kg in.46 61.3365 • ALL METAL Mounting Plates – Steel.61 15.91 1.73 4.20 DEFLECTION (in.com Phone: 516. D B C F MAX.12 0.18 0.M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • MATERIAL: Spring Mounts – Single Hole Type www.64 6.7 kgf).) TEMPERATURE RANGE: -76° F to +302° F -60° C to +150° C Catalog Number Nominal Load Weight lb.76 4.

3662 Fax: 516. Stack Maintenance-free. Tank artillery. Mobile cartsTransport shock 5-23 S E C T I O N 5 Applications . Fluid hammer. Railroad humping. Maintenance-free. Ozone. Inherent vibration. Temperature Explosive blast.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE COMPRESSION SHEAR LOAD New LOAD WALL FLOOR OR BASE 45° COMPRESSION & ROLL ROLL LOAD UNIT BEING ISOLATED WALL WALL / FLOOR LOAD 45° GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS AND USES Typical Equipment Protection From Operational Advantages Electronics. Maintenance-free. Repeated use Industrial Equipment Centrifuge. Temperature extremes. Nearby blast Medical Equipment Mechanical equipment necessary for patient care Maintenance-free. Generators. Temperature extremes. Corrosive environments Shipboard Vibration from moving parts. All axes protection Rough Terrain Vehicles Instrumentation. Electronics Transit. Corrosion resistance. Maintenance-free. Foundation weakness environments Ordnance Equipment Missile launchers. Machinery Long life. Loading/Unloading Long life. Turbulent air Temperature and altitude extremes. Missiles. UV Radiation Aircraft Electronics.com Phone: 516.CO Cable Isolators www. Maintenance-free. No outgassing. Hard landings. Computers High-G maneuvering. Chimneys. Computers. Pumps Unbalanced dynamic loads.328. Can be sterlized Chimneys Wind causing resonant frequencies. Handling drop. Temperature extremes. Radioacitvity. Instruments. Scrubbers. Poor road conditions. Collision Long life. etc. Dryers. Storms extremes.Transit controls. Lightweight Shipping Containers Optics. Electronics Rough terrain. Exposure to moisture.vibrationmounts.328. Long life. Measuring devices gas causing turbulence near scrubber. Computer Rough terrain. Corrosive Inherent vibration. Electronics Maintenance-free.

6 (40.7) .4) 1.3) 1.3) Hole Countersink .5 (38.4 (10.3662 Fax: 516.07) .7 (17.5 (12.4) 1./in.50) 51 (0.2) .8) . (kgf / mm) Max.2) D 2.3) .68) 32 (0.8) .31 (7.16 (4.D.328.73) 233 (4./ in.2) . Rate Max.3 (33) 1.D.2) . Deflect.2) .5 (38.41) 11 (0.7) .25) .16) 146 (2.2) .69 (68.7 (17. www.6 (15.9) 45° Compression & Roll Spr.34) 49 (0. (kgf / mm) in.7 (43.0 (25. Rate lb. Deflect.2) .6) .2 (5.20) 8 (0.91) 38 (0. (kgf / mm) Max.0 (25.3 (33) 1.1) W .25 (6.43) 21 (0. Spr.5 (38.2) .9) 1.5 (12.6) .177 (4.1) 1.9 (22.com Phone: 516.2 (30.3) 45° Compression & Roll Spr.66) 23 (0.1) L 3.4) 1.1) W .57) 24 (0.1) . H 1.43) 84 (1.61) 85 (1.3 (33) 1.2) .1) .vibrationmounts.8) 1.86) 32 (0.88) 24 (0.5) 1.2) .1 (27.1 (27. materials and finishes are available on special order.7) W1 . lb.2) . in.• MATERIAL: Cable Isolators – 1/16" & 3/32" Cable Dia.44 3. load ratings.2 (30.9) 1.8 (20.9 (22. Deflect.D.41 (10. (kgf / mm) Max.196 (5) Hole Countersink .40 (10.7 (17.38) .7 (17.4) 1. Rate lb.3 (7.3) 14 (0.9) 1.4) Mounting Holes .50 (12.3 (33) 5-24 NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm. W1 A D H1 H L 1/16 Diameter Cable Compression Catalog Number V10Z70-0625100 V10Z70-0625110 V10Z70-0625120 V10Z70-0625130 V10Z70-0625140 V10Z70-0625150 O.1 (27. (kgf / mm) Max.20 (5. Deflect.3 (7.1) H1 .4 (35.8) .4) to 82 deg.3) A .4) L D 4./in.43) 17 (0.7 (17.1) Mounting Holes .16) 36 (0.6) . (kgf / mm) in.328.4 (35. Iridited (MIL-C-5541) Retaining Clips – Stainless Steel New MOUNTING HOLES W O.7 (17.2) W1 .20 (5. in. Rate Max.96) 48 (0.6) 1.2 (30.9) 1.0 (25.8) 177 (3.6 (15. 99 (1.77) 65 (1.7 (17. (4x) Shear or Roll Spr.3 (7.9 (22.1 (27.25) .52) 61 (1.64) 25 (0.5) 1.9) 1.8 (20. Deflect. 82 (1.1 (27.57) .95 (112.86) .8) .5) 1.6 (15.09) 48 (0.32) 14 (0.7) .4 (10.4 (10. in.12 (79.45) 18 (0.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • ISOLATION PROTECTION IN ALL AXES • RESISTS CORROSION • MAINTENANCE–FREE Cable – Stainless Steel (MIL-W-83420) Retaining Bars – Aluminum Alloy 6061-T6.5) 1./in. 377 (6.6 (15. S E C T I O N 5 Compression . H 1. (4x) Shear or Roll Spr. Rate lb.6) 1.0 (25. Rate lb.8) . Deflect.8) (100. Please contact our Engineering Department for more information.5 (12.7) .46) 75 (1.9) 1.5 (12.1 (27.3) 69 (1.23) 54 (0./ in.6) 1.16) 136 (2.8 (20.14) 5 (0.9) to 82 deg./in.6) . Spr.2 (30.8 (20.25 (6. 37 (0.6 (15. in.24 (6.3) A .4 (10. Special mounting configurations.9) 3/32 Diameter Cable Catalog Number V10Z70-0938110 V10Z70-0938120 V10Z70-0938130 V10Z70-0938150 V10Z70-0938160 V10Z70-0938170 O. lb.6 (15.3 (33) H1 .09) 4 (0.8 (20.3 (7.9) 1.2) .3) .

3) 5.75) 149 (2.2 (30.09) .8 (45.73) .2) to 82 deg.9) 1.7) . Deflect. 264 (4. 162 (2. in.8) H1 .3) 2.28 (7.6) 1.23) 75 (1.3) 1.43) 450 (8.8 (45.2) 114 (2.3) 5/32 Diameter Cable Catalog Number V10Z70-1563160 V10Z70-1563170 V10Z70-1563190 V10Z70-1563210 V10Z70-1563230 V10Z70-1563250 O.38 (9.D. .34) 86 (1. Please contact our Engineering Department for more information.3662 Fax: 516.3 (33) 45° Compression & Roll Spr.04) 135 (2. lb.5) 1.6) 1.5 (38.7) 543 (9.5) 335 (5.7 (43.0 (25.66) 131 (2.46) 61 (1. (4x) Shear or Roll Spr.73) 295 (5.4 (35.9) 1.• MATERIAL: Cable Isolators – 1/8" & 5/32" Cable Dia. Rate lb.2) 45 (0./in.23) 146 (2.7) 1.25 (6.2 (5.2 (30.3) 1.9) 1.5 (12.75) 75 (1.71) 179 (3. Spr.8) .1 (27.4) 1.5 (38. in.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • ISOLATION PROTECTION IN ALL AXES • RESISTS CORROSION • MAINTENANCE–FREE Cable – Stainless Steel (MIL-W-83420) Retaining Bars – Aluminum Alloy 6061-T6.3) 1.7) 2.8 (20.6) 1.84) 170 (3.328.4) 4.4 (35.9) 1.1 (27.6 (15.31 (7.2) .D.27) 210 (3.3 (58.0 (50. Spr.6 (15.3) .2 (30.3 (58. Deflect.3 (33) 1. (kgf / mm) Max.9) 1. Deflect.7) .9 (48.56 (14.52 (13.34) 67 (1./in.7 (17. Rate Max. Rate lb.5) 1.5 (12.7 (17.3 (33) 1.2) .8 (20.2) . Rate lb. (kgf / mm) Max.4) 2.5 (63.7) 2.89) 130 (2.5 (38.1) .18) 215 (3.2 (30.9) 1.5 (12.32) 98 (1.3) 2.1 (27.6 (40.88) 196 (3.5 (38. (kgf / mm) Max.5) 1. Deflect. (kgf / mm) Max.2) 1.1 (27.9) Mounting Holes .1) 1.8 (20.8 (20.9) H1 .7 (17. Special mounting configurations.41) 82 (1.2) .9 (22.6) 1.4) 1.7 (43.7) .7) . H 1.9 (48.1) 1.vibrationmounts.7) 329 (5. (4x) Shear or Roll Spr.7) 5-25 NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.4 (10.4 (10.8) 30 (0.1) 1.6 (40.3 (33) 1.5) 20 (0.5) 377 (6.D.5 (38. www.61) 129 (2.98) 263 (4.1 (53.5) 1.7) Mounting Holes .5) Hole Countersink .4 (10.0 (50./ in.257 (6.50 (114.6) 1. (kgf / mm) in.9) 1.1) 45° Compression & Roll Spr.0 (25.1 (27.4 (35. lb. Deflect.6 (40.54) .7 (17. 696 (12.52 (13./ in. 767 (13. Deflect.8) .38) 97 (1.8) .328.2) O. (kgf / mm) in.8) .2) 1.257 (6.9 (48.34) 56 (1) 44 (0.8 (45.2) . S E C T I O N 5 Compression ./in.54) .1) . load ratings.6) 1. Rate Max.1 (53.3 (33) 1. Rate lb.00 (127) H1 H 1/8 Diameter Cable Compression Catalog Number V10Z70-1250140 V10Z70-1250150 V10Z70-1250160 V10Z70-1250170 V10Z70-1250180 V10Z70-1250190 V10Z70-1250210 V10Z70-1250230 O.36) .4) 1.79) 28 (0.9 (22.2) 1.8 (45.04) 67 (1.8) 2.9 (22.3) 125 (2.6) 1.1) 1.com Phone: 516. in. materials and finishes are available on special order.2) .5 (12. in.3) 2.4) 1.5) 133 (2.2 (55. Iridited (MIL-C-5541) Retaining Clips – Stainless Steel New MOUNTING HOLES .2 (30.2) .04) 290 (5.6 (40.0 (25. H 1.6 (15.9) 1.2) to 82 deg.3) 2.7 (43.7) 181 (3.5) Hole Countersink ./ in.

Deflect.2) . Deflect.com Phone: 516.M PONENT • MATERIAL: S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Cable Isolators – 3/16" Cable Dia. in.Standard Duty Catalog Number V10Z70-1875140 V10Z70-1875150 V10Z70-1875160 V10Z70-1875170 V10Z70-1875180 V10Z70-1875190 O.5 (38./ in.7) .3) 913 (16.13) 204 (3. Rate lb.59) 414 (7. in.2) .2) O.39) 280 (5) 231 (4.93) 492 (8.1) 1.7) .4 (35.56 (14. 1891 (33.7) H 3 /16 Diameter Cable .5 (12.4 (10.4 (10.3) 1.6 (15.8 (20. Deflect.79) .6) 1.5 (12.9) 1.5 (38.6) 1.4 (10.7) .28 (7.77) 1534 (27. (kgf / mm) in. Special mounting configurations.7 (17. .7) .9 (48.7) 1.2) NOTES: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.7) .6 (40.4 (35.2) . Please contact our Engineering Department for more information.2) . Rate Max.64) .4 (10.D.6 (15.9 (22.07) 263 (4.3) 710 (12.48) 612 (10.vibrationmounts.5) Hole Countersink .00 (127) .2 (30.4) S E C T I O N 5 Compression .3 (33) 1. materials and finishes are available on special order.328.09) 537 (9.1) .328.2) Mounting Holes .8) .8 (45. Iridited (MIL-C-5541) Retaining Clips – Stainless Steel New MOUNTING HOLES . www. Rate lb.5) 1.257 (6./ in.4) 4.68) 558 (9.6) .52 (13. 845 (15.73) 340 (6.3 (7.7 (43. (kgf / mm) Max.8) .2) .38 (9.3) 5. Same cable diameter but additional sizes are available on the following page.6 (40.3 (7. H 1. (4x) Shear or Roll Spr. (kgf / mm) Max.3365 • ISOLATION PROTECTION IN ALL AXES • RESISTS CORROSION • MAINTENANCE–FREE Cable – Stainless Steel (MIL-W-83420) Retaining Bars – Aluminum Alloy 6061-T6.2) to 82 deg.5 (12.1) 1.52) 811 (14.9) . load ratings.5 (12.39) 1149 (20.7 (17.3662 Fax: 516.6) 1.25 (6.9 (22.D./in.2) 1. lb. 5-26 45° Compression & Roll Spr.6) 1.7 (43. Spr.6) .96) 433 (7.50 (114.0 (25.

D.45 (87./in.6) 5.3) NOTES: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.1) H 3 /16 Diameter Cable – Light-Duty Catalog Number V10Z70-1875228 V10Z70-1875250 V10Z70-1875294 V10Z70-1875319 V10Z70-1875345 V10Z70-1875420 O. in. H 2.94 (74. Spr. Same cable diameter but additional sizes are available on the previous page.53 (13.3) 1.7) 1.68) 72 (1.45 (62.56 (14.3) 82 (1.3) 2. (kgf / mm) Max.32) 1. Rate lb.84) 131 (2.7) 5.34) 95 (1.8 (45.3) 2.20 (55.7) 2.9) 1.4) 1.7) 77 (1.3365 • ISOLATION PROTECTION IN ALL AXES • RESISTS CORROSION • MAINTENANCE–FREE Cable – Stainless Steel (MIL-W-83420) Retaining Bars – Aluminum Alloy 6061-T6.46) 39 (0. Rate Max.9 (48.77) 129 (2. lb. Deflect.3 (33) 1. .6) 4.00 (50. Please contact our Engineering Department for more information. materials and finishes are available on special order.06 (52.7) 3.58 (65.20 (30.40 (35.10 (27.3662 Fax: 516.5) 2. Deflect.5) to 82 deg. 94 (1.05) 155 (2.98) 227 (4.8) .19 (55. Rate lb.20 (81.50 (63.9) 1.7) 1. 5-27 45° Compression & Roll Spr.8 (20.D.16 (131.29) 57 (1.3) 2.9) 2.64) 18 (0.3) S E C T I O N 5 Compression . Deflect.28 (7.8) 2.1 (53.66 (143.96) 36 (0. Iridited (MIL-C-5541) Retaining Clips – Stainless Steel New MOUNTING HOLES .19 (81) 3.50 (63. load ratings.5) 1.05 (26. (kgf / mm) in.02) 54 (0.3) 2.2) 3.5) 2.8) 159 (2.75 (69.7) 1.28 (7. (kgf / mm) Max.3) Mounting Holes .2) O.13 (54.1) Hole Countersink .38 (9. www.20 (106. in.6) 2.6) 2.1) .90 (48.38) 58 (1.20 (81.M PONENT • MATERIAL: S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Cable Isolators – 3/16" Cable Dia.vibrationmounts.55) .com Phone: 516.9) 2.65 (67.00 (50.1) 2.1 (27./in.328.28 (57.4) 2.04) 31 (0.9) 3. 279 (4./ in.328. (6x) Shear or Roll Spr.25 (6.00 (25. Special mounting configurations.

8) 516 (9.55) 304 (5.13) 423 (7. 1033 (18.5 (38.7) 2.com Phone: 516. in.50 (63.21) 323 (5. Spr. Rate lb.1) H 1/4 Diameter Cable Catalog Number V10Z70-2500220 V10Z70-2500250 V10Z70-2500280 V10Z70-2500313 V10Z70-2500350 V10Z70-2500375 V10Z70-2500395 V10Z70-2500425 O.5) 3.5) to 82 deg.328.5) 2./ in.1) Hole Countersink .8) 2.1) 3.328. 5-28 45° Compression & Roll Spr. H 2.96) 67 (1.63 (66.8 (20.2) S E C T I O N 5 Compression .53 (13.7 (68.36) 182 (3.7) O.2 (55. Iridited (MIL-C-5541) Retaining Screws – Stainless Steel New MOUNTING HOLES .2) 1.7) 2.2) .7) 5.71) 92 (1.80 (71. Deflect.3) 1. lb.3662 Fax: 516.3) 2.9) ./in. (kgf / mm) in.18) 181 (3.5) 2.43) 174 (3.25 (82.2 (55. load ratings.77) 277 (4.5 (38.45) 623 (11.95) 192 (3.3 (33) 1./ in.9 (48.29 (7.13 (79.5) 2.7 (43.8) 2.63 (66. Deflect.4) 2.43) 234 (4.1 (27.20 (55.3) 2.8) 3.50 (63.162 (131.9) 2.11) 124 (2.18) 96 (1.13 (54.4) .36) 75 (1.9) 1.vibrationmounts.90 (48.0 (25.D.1) 2.6) 2.3) 3.95 (100.4) 1.3) 1.6 (40.3 (58.5 (38.64) 76 (1. Deflect.1) 2.9) 3.0 (50.M PONENT • MATERIAL: S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Cable Isolators – 1/4" Cable Dia.6 (15. Please contact our Engineering Department for more information. . materials and finishes are available on special order.21) 110 (1.84) 100 (1.25) 122 (2. (kgf / mm) Max.31 (7.23) 159 (2.5 (12.2) .62 (15.6) Mounting Holes .6) 1.D.5 (63.8 (45.1) 5.1) 1.34) 39 (0.75 (95.75 (146.28 (7. 300 (5. in.8 (71.3) 4.31 (58.0 (25.1) 3.4) 1. www. (4x) Shear or Roll Spr.1) 1.50 (88.9) 2.0 (76.3365 • ISOLATION PROTECTION IN ALL AXES • RESISTS CORROSION • MAINTENANCE–FREE Cable – Stainless Steel (MIL-W-83420) Retaining Bars – Aluminum Alloy 6061-T6. (kgf / mm) Max.79) . Special mounting configurations.0 (50.3 (33) 1.7) 1.50 (63.8 (20.25 (108) 1. Rate Max.9) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm. Rate lb.5) 2.

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5 (88. Iridited (MIL-C-5541) Retaining Screws – Alloy Steel.50 (12.79) 409 (7.25 (108) 4.3) 5.6) 3.13 (155.8) to 82 deg.7) 1.3) H 6.8 (45.50 (215. Deflect.6) 1.9) 4. lb.3) Hole Countersink .9) 1/2 Diameter Cable Catalog Number V10Z70-5000400 V10Z70-5000413 V10Z70-5000475 V10Z70-5000525 V10Z70-5000565 V10Z70-5000613 V10Z70-5000710 O.• MATERIAL: Cable Isolators – 1/2" Cable Dia. Please contact our Engineering Department for more information. 1730 (30.6 (40.19 (30.328 (8.2) 2.00 (101.75 (120.vibrationmounts.7 (43. www.4) 5.55) 2. Deflect. 5-30 45° Compression & Roll Spr.38) 339 (6.D. Rate lb.com Phone: 516. Special mounting configurations. Cadmium Plated (QQ-P-416) or Stainless Steel • ISOLATION PROTECTION IN ALL AXES RESISTS CORROSION • MAINTENANCE–FREE • New MOUNTING HOLES 1.3662 Fax: 516.1) S E C T I O N 5 Compression .14) 1. H 4.7) 8.8 (71.3) 3.3) 4.328.3 (58.2) 6.1) 4.6) 4.04) 507 (9.40 (137.05) 357 (6.38 (111.2) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.7) 5. (kgf / mm) Max.328. 705 (12. Spr.25 (133.7) 2.10 (180.1) 1.9) 4.5) 2./in.5 (38.9) 3.7) 7.1 (104. (8x) Shear or Roll Spr. (kgf / mm) Max. Rate Max.50 (88. Rate lb. in.66 (16.25 (82.21) 134 (2.6) 3. in.82) 469 (8.7 (68.5 (114./ in.00 (25.9) 4.2 (81. .5 (63.0 (76.4) O.2) 1.7) 718 (12.89) 1492 (26.65 (143.2 (30.3 (58.09) 1.4) 2.0 (101.64) 1159 (20.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Cable – Stainless Steel (RR-W-410 D1) Retaining Bars – Aluminum Alloy 6061-T6.4) 2./ in.5) 5.3) 3.34) 209 (3.5 (38. load ratings. Deflect.5 (88.38) 243 (4.3) 280 (5) 180 (3.5) 1.75 (44.6) 4. materials and finishes are available on special order. (kgf / mm) in.1) 795 (14.75 (95.13 (104.9) Mounting Holes .90 (124.05) 229 (4.13 (155.5) 6.1) 1.75 (19.73) 120 (2.6 (66) 3.3 (33) 1.59) 604 (10.2 (132.7) 3.10 (154.39) 87 (1.2) 674 (12.5) .D.

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. alternatively....) The actual nature of the application and the availability of space will determine which type of Bumper will be used.. or ft. ENERGY A body is said to possess energy if it has the ability to perform work.. the following graph is given which compares the Force vs. ft.) 500 100 This drawing shows size comparison of identical capacity bumpers from each product group../sec) F C HP T g H S Propelling force (lb. sec2/in...... simplified formulas have been developed and used to provide a very close approximation. in..) Weight of object (lb.4 0. in./sec The total energy is considered the sum total of all energies involved.6 1.2 0. This enables the application of units which are most commonly used... or lb.) Cycles per hour Motor energy (horsepower) Torque (lb. in.. Some numerical examples are addressing both types of these applications.8 2 TRAVEL (in.8 1 1.... it can be found from: V= 2gh ../sec2 or 386 in. we will deal with the concept of ENERGY as well as present some practical examples of several applications. in.. in.lb. where W is weight in lb.lb.. GENERAL In order to lend full understanding of the importance and capabilities of this product line... The position of the body produces POTENTIAL ENERGY../sec2) Falling height including stroke of shock absorber (in.../sec W is weight in lb.. where m is mass: m= W ....3365 ENERGY ABSORBING PRODUCTS Within the family of antivibration products... g is acceleration of gravity 32..sec2 웆 is angular velocity in rad/sec or 1/sec Potential Energy E = W • h .lb. h is height of free fall in in..) Total energy (E1 + E2 lb../sec) Reaction force (lb. In the examples which follow. or lb. where Io is the mass moment of inertia about the axis of rotation in lb..com Phone: 516.. The nomenclature used in these examples are as follows: E1 E2 E3 E4 WE W V Kinetic energy (lb../sec or ft.) Velocity (ft.. in. 0 0./sec2) Friction (coefficient) Shock absorber mounting radius (in.......) Shock absorber stroke (in. ft.4 1....) Total energy (E1 + E2) Per Hour (lb.../sec2 Kinetic Energy of a body in rotation E = Io• 웆2 .) Effective weight (lb.M PONENT Bumper Technical Information www..... This ability can be the result of its position or its condition. or lb.........6 0..) Work (propelling force) Energy (lb. in..328. g V is velocity in in.) Velocity at the shock absorber (ft.. ft..16 ft... and this is the amount which is available to perform work.. or lb... whereas if the body is moving with some velocity it possesses energy of motion or KINETIC ENERGY.. Travel characteristics of the different types.) Distance from pivot to center of gravity (in. In order to facilitate the choice.. The examples will also include calculations of the forces involved. sec2/ft.lb.../sec or ft. in.. in.... If the velocity at the end of the free fall is needed..3662 Fax: 516.) Continued on the next page 6-2 S E C T I O N 6 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE . FORCE vs TRAVEL CURVE V10P81-R05 700 V10P80-A01 600 400 V10P80-AS102 V10P81-R05 300 V10P80-AS102 200 V10P80-A01 FORCE (lb. we are introducing a line of ENERGY-ABSORBING PRODUCTS.....vibrationmounts.. The formulas governing energy are as follows: Kinetic Energy of a body in translation 2 E = mV 2 . Energy-absorbing components are often used as parts of a system or a device itself or...) t a u RS K VS q Deceleration time (sec) Decelertaion (ft.. The graph at the right shows comparable performance characteristics...328.in. ft.) Acceleration due to gravity (ft....2 1.sec2 or lb.... they might be used as a safety measure to absorb runaway energy in case of failure of a component or a system....

M PONENT Bumper Technical Information www.250 lb. in. E4 = (3600)•(500) = 1. in.200 lb. in.2)•(V2) Example W = 800 lb.2)•(500)•(62) = 3600 lb. Weight with propelling force S W V 3.000 lb. E4 = (18. = (300)•(3) = 900 lb.vibrationmounts.644. V = 3 fps Formulas E1 = (W)•(H-S) E2 = (W)•(S) E3 = (W)•(H) E4 = (E3)•(C) V = 5•(H-S) WE = (W)•(H) H-S Example W = 900 lb. in. C = 100/hour A = 15° E1 E2 E3 E4 WE = (0.com Phone: 516. C = 250/hour S = 1 in.440 lb. C = 250/hour S = 3 in. = (5)•(20-4) = 8./hour = 4000 + 900 = 980 lb.000)•(100) = 1.000 lb.402)•100 = 1. in. Motor driven weight HP S W V 4. M = 75 in. in. in. H = 20 in.2)•(W)•(V2) E2 = (F)•(S) E3 = E1 + E2 E4 = (E3)•(C) WE = E1 + E2 (0.2)•(V2) Example W = 1700 lb. T = 1500 lb. Weight with no propelling force S V Formulas E1 = (0.2)•(W)•(V2) E2 = (1375)•(HP)•(S) V E3 = E1 + E2 E4 = (E3)•(C) WE = E1 + E2 (0.3662 Fax: 516.000 lb.800.2)•(52) E1 = (0. = (900)•(4) = 3600 lb.1 Weight without additional propelling force M W S A° 5. in.000 = 16. in. in. Example W = 900 lb. V = 4 fps Formulas E1 = (0. Formulas E1 = (0. 20-4 E1 = (900)•(75)•(sin A) = 17. 5) Free-swinging weight HP = 8 C = 100/hour S = 4 in. E2 = (900)•(4)•(sin A) = 932 lb. RS = 20 in.3365 EXAMPLES 1./hour W 2. in. in.2)•(350)•(32) = 630 lb. E2 = (1500)•(1) = 75 lb. 20 E3 = 630 + 75 = 705 lb. in. in.2 (Calculate as in Ex. = (4900)•(250) = 1.470 + 932 = 18.840.225.000 lb. C = 100/hour S = 4 in. in./hour WE = 5440 + 11. in. Free-falling weight W H S Formulas E1 = (W)•(M)•(sin A) E2 = (W)•(S)•(sin A) E3 = (M+S)•(W)•SIN (A) E4 = (E3)•(C) WE = (W)•(M+S) M 5. 75 W H S Continued on the next page 6-3 S E C T I O N 6 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .328. in.2)•(22) E1 E2 E3 E4 V WE = (900)•(20-4) = 14. in.400 lb.2)•(W)•(V2) E4 = (E1)•(C) WE = W Example W = 500 lb. E4 = (705)•(250) = 176.000 = 5138 lb.000 lb. E4 = (16.2)•(W)•(V2) E2 = (T)•(S) RS E3 = E1 + E2 E4 = (E3)•(C) VS = (V)•(RS) K WE = E1 + E2 (0./hour VS = (3)•(20) = 2 fps 30 WE = 630 + 75 = 881 lb. in.2)•(VS2) Example W = 350 lb.2)•(42) E1 = (0. = (900)•(20) = 18.470 lb.328. in.9 fps = (900)•(20) = 1125 lb. in. E1 = (0.402 lb. E2 = (1375)•(8)•(4) = 11.2)•(1700)•(42) = 5440 lb. = 4000 + 900 = 4900 lb.800. S = 4 in. (0. in.440)•(100) = 1.2)•(800)•(52) = 4000 lb. K = 30 in. (0. V = 5 fps F = 300 lb. in.000 lb. (0. Swinging weight with torque W V V S VS K RS T 5. WE = (900)•(75 + 4) = 948 lb. E3 = 17. = (18. V = 6 fps C = 500/hour Formulas E1 = (0. 4 E3 = 5440 + 11.

R = 24 in. C = 1800/hour S = 1 in. RR = 50 in. C = 700/hour E1 = (700)•(52) = 1167 lb. Swinging weight with propelling force RR F VR VS R W RS S Formulas E1 = (0.2)•(W)•(V2) E2 = (W)•(S) E3 = E1 + E2 E4 = (E3)•(C) WE = E1 + E2 (0.2)•(V2) 9.000 lb.400.242 S = 2 in. E3 = 50. 30 E3 = 254 + 120 = 374 lb.000 lb.52) S = 1 in.000)•(5) = 1. 15 E2 = (150)•(24)•(1) = 120 lb.000)•(1) = 833 lb.52) = 50./hour WE = 50. in. (0. (0.5) = 2. Stopping time (seconds) For all examples S t= (6)•(VS) E1 = (90)•(6. Formulas E1 = (W)•(VR)2 15 E2 = (T)•(S) = (F)•(R)•(S) RS RS E3 = E 1 + E2 E4 = (E3)•(C) VS = (RS)•(VR) RR WE = E1 + E2 0.2 VS2 RS = 32 in.000 = 200. VT = 3. E4 = (2000)•(700) = 1. in. RT = 50 in.328.52) Deceleration (feet per second2) For all examples (6)•(VS)2 a= S NOTE: VS = Velocity at impact with shock absorber 6-4 S E C T I O N 6 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .2)•(3.com Phone: 516.000 + 200. in. in. Turntable with propelling force (horizontal or vertical) VT RT RS W T VS Formulas E1 = (0.000)•(2. 30 E3 = 1167 + 833 = 2000 lb. (0. in.9 fps 50 WE = 254 + 120 = 123 lb.000 lb. in.000 lb.2)•(40. 0.000)•(2) = 938 lb. in.3365 M PONENT EXAMPLES 6.1)•(2000)•(3.000)•(5) = 200. 15 E2 = (25./hour VS = (30)•(6. in.000 lb.5)2 = 254 lb. V = 2. E4 = (3388)•(100) = 338. Example W = 40.5 fps 60 WE = 1167 + 833 = 1600 lb. Turn over Formulas E1 = (W)•(VR)2 15 E2 = (T)•(S) RS E3 = E1 + E2 E4 = (E3)•(C) VS = (RS)•(VR) RR WE = E1 + E2 0. S VR 7.800 lb. RS = 30 in.2•(VS2) 8. in.000 lb./hour VS = (32)•(3.2•2. RR = 60 in. VR = 5 fps T = 25.000 + 200. Descending weight at controlled speed W S Reaction force (pounds) q For all examples (1. in.24 fps 50 WE = 2450 + 938 = 3376 lb. RS = 30 in.5) = 3.328.2)•(2. in. C = 100/hour E1 = (0. in. 32 E3 = 2450 + 938 = 3388 lb.000 lb.5 fps T = 15. in. in.5 fps F = 150 lb.92) E1 = (0. E2 = (15. E4 = (374)•(1800) = 673.5)(E3) q= S Example W = 90 lb. VR = 6.000 lb. in.000 lb./hour VS = (30)•(5) = 2.2)•(2.2•(VS2) VS RR RS S S T Example W = 2000 lb.000 lb.1)•(W)•(VT)2 E2 = (T)•(S) RS E3 = E 1 + E2 E4 = (E3)•(C) VS = (RS)•(VT) RT WE = E1 + E2 0.Bumper Technical Information www.250. in. W Example W = 700 lb.5)2 = 2450 lb. E4 = (250.5 fps C = 5 hour S = 5 in.vibrationmounts. E2 = (40.000 = 250. in.3662 Fax: 516. in.

70 (48.30 (33) 1.5) 1.9) 1.1) .5) 1.6) . (mm) .60 (130.8) .vibrationmounts.83 (46.5) in.8) 2.23 (31.77 (45) 2.05 (77.4) 1.66 (16. (g) .10 (87.40 (10.88) 400 (4. Force lb.6) 3.32 (33.4) 6.53 (13.06 (26.00 (50.42 (10.2) 2.1) 1.06) 1100 (12.32 (8.9) 1.40 (10.5) in.1) .85 (21.5) .3) 1.73 (18.4) in.28 (7.16 (4.26 (6.16 (29.26 (57.04) 2500 (28.2) 2.02 (51.6) See page 6-2 for technical information.7) 1.71 (43.5) 3.12 (28.25 (57.com Phone: 516.23 (56.2) .43 (61.5) 1.35 (34.2) 2.4) 2.13 (3.61 (40.76 (19.08) 700 (318) 1200 (544) 2000 (907) 2500 (1134) 3300 (1497) 3800 (1724) 5000 (2268) 5300 (2404) 6100 (2767) 7500 (3402) A Free Height B Free Bulge C Wrench Hole in. (mm) in.81 (20. (mm) .9) 1.16 (29.3662 Fax: 516.55 (14) .11 (28.6) 2. in.51 (63.07 (27.46 (62.43 (36.3) .8) 2.3) 1.41 (35. m.9°C) Catalog Number V10P80-A01 V10P80-A02 V10P80-A03 V10P80-A05 V10P80-A07 V10P80-A08 V10P80-A10 V10P80-A11 V10P80-A12 V10P80-A14 Catalog Number V10P80-A01 V10P80-A02 V10P80-A03 V10P80-A05 V10P80-A07 V10P80-A08 V10P80-A10 V10P80-A11 V10P80-A12 V10P80-A14 Energy Capacity Max.96 (49.13) 2000 (23.98 (24.3365 • OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENTS • HIGH-PERFORMANCE • HIGHLY INERT TO MOST CHEMICALS AND LUBRICANTS High-Performance Elastomer-Polyester New C A F H E D B G TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°F to +120°F (-40°C to +48.7) 2.5) 2.16 (4.08 (52.4) .4) 1.2) 1.56) 4000 (46.5) .80 (20.6) 1.5) in. (mm) 1.67) 1400 (16.6) 1.19 (30.86 (72.6) 1.81 (71. (mm) .8) 3.37 (34.328. (mm) .58 (90.2) 1.22 (81.6) .8) 3000 (34.70 (43.8) .54 (64.3) 1.6) 2.1) .1) .11 (53.54 (64.9) 1.19 (4.22 (5.2) 1.00 (28.34 (8.01 (25.02 (25.93 (23.33 (59.9) S E C T I O N 6 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .9) 3.62 (17.4) 1.56 (14. 6-5 oz.6) .3) 1. (mm) .5) .63 (16) .9) .97 (50) 2.18 (30) 1.5) .8) Weight D Base Diameter E Mounting Hole F Loaded Height G Loaded Bulge H Base Thickness in.41 (10.10 (172.4) 1.8) .8) 2.3) .8) 1.62 (41.3) 1.3) 2.75 (19.36 (9.1) .37 (10.2) .328.92 (23. (mm) . (kgf.35 (34.2) 2.9) in.• MATERIAL: Bumpers – Axial Type – High-Load www.8) 2.55 (39.7) 3.61) 700 (8.) lb.70 (104.2) 1.9) 4.15) 250 (2.31 (7.00 (56.7) .86 (21.2) . (kgf) 100 (1.

1) 3.46) 75 (34) 100 (45) 150 (68) 200 (91) 300 (136) 475 (215) 600 (272) D Width in.40 (10.4) 1.5) .5) 1.25 (31. in.35) 50 (0.12) 20 (0.76 (19.1) 1.1) 2.4) 1.00 (76.65 (67.28 (7.8) 2.58) 100 (1.6) .60 (17) .47 (11.3) 3. (mm) . (mm) V10P81-R01 V10P81-R02 V10P81-R03 V10P81-R04 V10P81-R05 V10P81-R06 V10P81-R07 .9°C) Catalog Number V10P81-R01 V10P81-R02 V10P81-R03 V10P81-R04 V10P81-R05 V10P81-R06 V10P81-R07 Catalog Number Energy Capacity Max.8) .47 (37.20 (5.7) 2.35 (8.1) .79 (20.6) .72 (43.6) .3) 1.32 (8.80 (51) 2.23) 30 (0. (mm) E Mounting Hole F Loaded Height G Loaded Bulge H Base Thickness in.) lb. (mm) .7) 2.90 (25.38 (9.6) 1.7) 2. m.80 (79.47 (88.68 (68. (g) .4) in.8) .36 (34.82 (46.3) in.1) Weight oz.95 (49. (kgf) 10 (0.4) .43 (87.9) . Force lb.80 (45.1) S E C T I O N 6 • MATERIAL: Bumpers – Radial Type www. (mm) 1.15 (3.30) 300 (3.vibrationmounts.328.2) 1.31 (58.8) 1.4) 3.97 (24.1) .4) .48 (13.44 (11.60 (102.3662 Fax: 516.74 (18.52 (13.1) 4.85 (21.8) .41 (10.• OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENTS • HIGH-PERFORMANCE • HIGHLY INERT TO MOST CHEMICALS AND LUBRICANTS High-Performance Elastomer-Polyester New D C A H F E B G TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°F to +120°F (-40°C to +48.22 (5. (kgf.23 (5.2) .3) . (mm) 1.37 (9.61 (66.24 (6. (mm) in.9) .12 (28.44 (36.2) .26 (6.70 (43.03 (102.2) .15) 200 (2.51 (38.5) 1.5) 2.1) See page 6-2 for technical information.48 (12.6) in. 6-6 .27 (57. (mm) .4) 1.6) 1.67 (42.7) A Free Height B Free Bulge C Wrench Hole in.2) in.8) .16 (4.com Phone: 516.2) 1.96 (49.328.17 (55.1) .48 (63) 2.1) 3.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .

4) in.35 (34.8) 3.9) in.9°C) Catalog Number V10P80-AS101 V10P80-AS102 V10P80-AS103 V10P80-AS105 V10P80-AS107 V10P80-AS108 V10P80-AS109 V10P80-AS111 Catalog Number V10P80-AS101 V10P80-AS102 V10P80-AS103 V10P80-AS105 V10P80-AS107 V10P80-AS108 V10P80-AS109 V10P80-AS111 Energy Capacity Max.8) .53 (64.56 (15.35 (59.4) 1.73 (18. (mm) . (mm) .15) 200 (2.91 (48.50 (99. (mm) 1. in.5) 1.6) .3) 1.46 (37.5) 2.72 (43. 6-7 oz.31 (7.1) .86 (21.16 (4.5) . (mm) in.9) .85 (47) 2.5) 2.8) .88 (47.3) 1. Force lb.53 (13.28 (7.19 (4.8) 1.7) 1.50 (70.2) S E C T I O N 6 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .56 (14.68 (42.7) 1.63 (16) .5) 2.92 (23.08 (27.1) 1.4) 1.30 (33) Weight D Base Diameter E Mounting Hole F Loaded Height G Loaded Bulge H Base Thickness in. (mm) .5) 2.30 (7.8) .7) 2.48 (12.9) 1.02 (25.com Phone: 516.3662 Fax: 516.3) 1.2) in.09 (53. (mm) .28 (57.73 (43.81 (20.07 (78) in.73 (18.58) 100 (1.9) 1.6) .• MATERIAL: Bumpers – Axial Type – Low-Load www.9) 1.12 (3) .45 (36.48 (37.9) 3.75 (44.99 (50.24 (31.5) 2.1) 1.00 (28.82) 300 (136) 400 (181) 600 (272) 900 (408) 1300 (590) 1600 (726) 1900 (862) 2200 (998) A Free Height B Free Bulge C Wrench Hole in.58 (40.99 (50.06) 800 (9.328.2) .6) 1.3365 • OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENTS • HIGH-PERFORMANCE • HIGHLY INERT TO MOST CHEMICALS AND LUBRICANTS High-Performance Elastomer-Polyester New C A F H E D B G TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°F to +120°F (-40°C to +48.09 (27.9) 1.1) 1.03 (51.18 (30) 1.1) 1.12 (28.79 (20.32 (9.328.14 (4) .63 (16) .27 (32.7) 1.6) 1.09 (27.6) .6) . m. (kgf) 50 (0.6) 2.77 (19.5) .9) 1. (kgf.5) .12 (28.22 (5.26 (6.vibrationmounts.1) .2) See page 6-2 for technical information.33 (59.3) 300 (3.8) 1.3) 2.99 (25.50 (42.82 (20.4) .98 (24.98 (24.7) 1.9) .34) 700 (8.) lb.1) in.46) 550 (6. (g) .22) 1200 (13.35 (8.2) . (mm) .71 (68.5) 1.10 (59. (mm) .40 (10.1) .

2) 56 (25.4) 122 (55. (38.1) 1 DIA. Recommended Maximum Load Catalog Number V10Z 7-1020A V10Z 7-1020B V10Z 7-1020C V10Z 7-1020D Static Occasional Dynamic lb.328.3662 Fax: 516.3) 100 (45.1) 1-1/4 (31.8) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.3) 145 (65. (kgf) lb.328.1) 80 (36.24 UNF THREAD 1-1/2 DIA.4) 62 (28. (kgf) 44 (20) 49 (22. Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber 5/16 .4) 3/4 (19. (25.com Phone: 516.3365 • FOR LOADS OF 44 TO 62 POUNDS (20 to 28.1 kgf) Fasteners – Steel.vibrationmounts.8) 6-8 S E C T I O N 6 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .• MATERIAL: Bumpers – Conical www.

) V10Z 7M1020AM 20 (44) 36.) kgf (lb.98) 13.50) Ø25 (.3662 Fax: 516.26) Metric NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.3 (122) V10Z 7M1020DM 28.3365 • FOR LOADS OF 20 TO 28 kgf (44 TO 62 lb.vibrationmounts.2 (49) 45.328.8 (145) Did You Know? . Zinc Plated Isolator – Natural Rubber New M8 38 (1.3 (80) V10Z 7M1020BM 22.com Phone: 516.4 (100) V10Z 7M1020CM 25.• MATERIAL: Bumpers – Conical www.53) 32 (1..That substantial quantity discounts are available for all products? 6-9 S E C T I O N 6 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .1 (62) 65.) Fasteners – Steel.328..5 (.4 (56) 55. Recommended Maximum Load Catalog Number Static Occasional Dynamic kgf (lb.

• MATERIAL:

Bumpers – Rectangular
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• FOR LOADS TO 4700 POUNDS (2132 kgf)

Isolator – Natural Rubber
Base – Steel
X

9
(228.6)

2
(50.8)
1-1/2
(38.1)

2
(50.8)

Y

4
(101.6)

Y
1-3/4
DIA.
(44.5)

X

11/16 DIA.
(17.5)

SECTION X-X
13
(330.2)
1/4
(6.4)

SECTION Y-Y
NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.

Recommended Maximum Loads lb. (kgf)
Catalog Number*
V10Z 7-1001

Static

Occasional Dynamic

4700 (2132)

11000 (4990)

*To be discontinued when present stock is depleted.

• MATERIAL:

• FOR LOADS TO 1200 POUNDS (544 kgf)

Isolator – Natural Rubber
Base – Steel
1-1/4
(31.8)

X

X

6-3/4
(171.5)
4-3/4
(120.7)

1
(25.4)

1-1/16
(27)
3/16
(4.8)

7/16 DIA.
(11.1)

2-1/2
(63.5)

5-7/8
(149.2)

1-1/4
(31.8)
7/16
(11.1)

SECTION X-X
NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.

Recommended Maximum Loads lb. (kgf)
Catalog Number*

V10Z 7-1011

Static

Occasional Dynamic

1200 (544)

2150 (975)

* To be discontinued when present stock is depleted.

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• MATERIAL:

Channel Mounts – To 52 lbs./in.
• FOR LOADS UP TO 52 lb. / in. (0.93 kgf / mm) OF LENGTH
• SUPPLIED IN 30 INCH (762 mm) LENGTHS

Isolator – Natural Rubber
Channels – Steel
2-3/32
(53.2)

A

B

7/64
(2.8)
3/4
(19.1)
1-7/8
(47.6)
4-1/4
(108)

1-3/16
(30.2)

INSTALLATION INFORMATION
HOLES DRILLED AT ASSEMBLY
BY CUSTOMER, AS REQUIRED

LOAD DEFLECTION GRAPH
Deflections below the line x-x are
considered safe practice for static loads;
data above that line are useful for
calculating deflections under dynamic loads.

MFG. HOLE

70

LOAD
60

SUPPORT

LOAD (lb.)

50

30
(762)
Style 110 for Suspended Loads

x
x

110C
(PER INCH
LENGTH)

40

30

20

10

0

0.10

0.05

0.15

0.20

0.25

DEFLECTION (in.)
Spacers and Mounting Hardware NOT Provided
NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.

Catalog Number

V10Z 5-110C

Load
Limit
lb. /in.
(kgf / mm)
52
(0.93)

Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute
1200

1500

1800

2100

Min. Load for 81% Isolation lb./ in. (kgf/mm)
52
(0.93)

35
(0.63)

26.5
(0.47)

20
(0.36)

Dimensions
in. (mm)

2400
16
(0.29)

A
3/8
(9.5)

B
1-39/64
(40.9)

NOTE: 81% vibration absorption (usually satisfactory) will be obtained when the mount indicated is operating at the minimum load shown for each forced frequency. Better
than 81% absorption will be obtained either with a greater load (within the limits shown) for a given forced frequency, or with a higher forced frequency for a given load.

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New

2
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9
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Metric

7
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• DOUBLE ENERGY ABSORPTION
• SMOOTH DAMPING
• RESERVE OIL

FEATURES:
1 Metering piston with helical groove
2 Storage chamber / oil reserve storage
3 Guide

These features are obtained by:
• Energy absorption: Up to three times as much as conventional shock
absorbers. This is achieved by the size of the piston and the large
volume of oil.

4 Housing

• Service life: Substantially longer and more reliable as a result of
reserve oil storage.

7 Seal

• Damping action: Constant over the entire stroke due to the spiral
groove design.

9 Seal

• Cycle time: Minimal due to the large nominal size of the check valve.
• Adjustability: Fast and simple due to the adjustment by means of rotation
of the threaded housing.
• Quality: Made to meet the highest requirements: steel, hardened and ground,
nickel-plated. Made in Germany.

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6 Check Valve

8 Spring II

10 Piston Rod

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By reducing the stroke. 6-13 S E C T I O N 6 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .com Phone: 516. Adjustment of damping is possible even to the last mm of the stroke. you can decrease the braking action.328. The shock absorber just has to be retracted slightly.vibrationmounts.3365 Threaded body of the machine STROKE 1 Threaded body of the machine Threaded body of the machine STROKE 2 Threaded body of the machine STOP The damping amount can easily be adjusted within a very narrow range due to the new and unique design of our shock absorbers.328.3662 Fax: 516. • Stroke control Attention! The shock absorber may not be used as a fixed stop.Stroke Control www.

94) 2 (6.12) 16 (.2 sec./h) V20S10M100H 16000 (141600) 10 (88.com Phone: 516.9) 5 (10) 10 (22) 4 (8. Resetting Force: 6 N (1.5 (.24) SW 13 ∆ (.3 in.28) (.67) Ø12 (. Min. 6-14 16 (.3662 Fax: 516.M PONENT • MATERIAL: Shock Absorbers www. Energy Max.2 (.71 oz. ∆SW indicates dimension across flats.59) 8 (.77) 11 (.10) 34 (1.59) 2. kg (lb.) Ø8. Energy Absorption Absorption per Hour per Stroke Catalog Number J (lbf • in.020) x 45° Ø17 (.63) 1 X M5 Ø6 (. All data measured at 20% safety.22) 4 (13. Hardened and Ground.66) 1.20) 2.8) 1 (2. Metric Max.) 0.34) 45 (1. Accessories Head Shaft Support / Dirt Seal Stop Sleeves Cooler Nut Steel V21S01MMKS10 Steel V21S02M16045 Vanadium Steel Alloy V21S04MSS10100 Aluminum V21S03MCN10100 Steel with Plastic Insert** V21S01MMKK10 A M16 X 1.328. Impact Speed Max.5 M10 X1 Ø3 (.35) Ø3 (.44) M10 x 1 New 5 (.) J (lbf • in.2) *As comparative figure to conventional shock absorbers.3 (.12) 2.18) ∆ 7 SW13 (.47) M10 X 1 23 (. Resetting Force: 12 N (2.4 (4./s) m/s (ft.2 (3.12) 50 (110.31) STROKE NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.328.51) SW13 ∆ (.020) x 45° 0.35 lbf) Max.vibrationmounts.63) 0./s) Max.09) 51 (2.2 (7.) Piston Reset Time: .2) 14 (30.3365 • DOUBLE ENERGY ABSORPTION • SMOOTH DAMPING • RESERVE OIL • HELICAL GROOVE TECHNOLOGY Housing – Steel. with insert 5 (.56) 1.) Min.43) M10 X 1 Ø15 (.5 (.5) V20S10M100M V20S10M100S Effective Mass* Min.51) (SUPPLIED) Stroke: 8 mm (.02 kg (.43) 8 (.00) 11 (.70 lbf) Weight: 0.51) A Ø8 (.31) SECTION A-A ∆SW indicates dimension across flats.8 (.20) SW7 ∆ (.51) S E C T I O N 6 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE . Nickel Plated 62 (2.28) 2 x SW13∆ (.90) 30 (1.31) **Fig. Impact Speed m/s (ft. kg (lb.5 (.

11) 13.59) SW14 ∆ (.5 (.5 (2.31) 2 x SW14∆(.63) 8 (.) J (lbf • in. Nickel Plated 69.M PONENT • MATERIAL: Shock Absorbers www.) Piston Reset Time: .79) 0.56) 1.2 (.2) *As comparative figure to conventional shock absorbers.39) Ø3 (.67) S E C T I O N 6 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .80 lbf) Max.5 (.37 lbf) Weight: 0.3 sec.) Min.20) 13.39) **Fig.57) 53. kg (lb.04 kg (1.53) Stroke: 10 mm (. 6-15 20 (.4 (4.328.020) x 45° M12 X 1 Ø16 (.) 0.5) 8 (17.55) A Ø10 (.com Phone: 516.74) M12 x 1 New 6 (.79) 1 X M5 Ø6 (. Resetting Force: 8 N (1.55) M12 X 1 33 (1.) 10 (.57) ∆ 7 SW17 (.3365 • DOUBLE ENERGY ABSORPTION • SMOOTH DAMPING • RESERVE OIL • HELICAL GROOVE TECHNOLOGY Housing – Steel.020) x 45° Ø20 (.4) 1 (2.14) 40 (1.5 (.00) 800 (1764) 22 (48.2 (3. Energy Max. kg (lb. Accessories Head Shaft Support / Dirt Seal Stop Sleeves Cooler Nut Steel V21S01MMKS12 Steel V21S02M18054 Vanadium Steel Alloy V21S04MSS12100 Aluminum V21S03MCN12100 Steel with Plastic Insert** V21S01MMKK12 A M18 X 1.53) 0.22) 5 (11. Energy Absorption Absorption per Hour per Stroke Catalog Number J (lbf • in.4 in.24) SW 15 ∆ (.66) 1. Impact Speed m/s (ft.6) 16 (35.55) (SUPPLIED) Ø10 (. Min.79) Ø14 (.2 (7. ∆SW indicates dimension across flats.28) (.09) 56 (2.5 M12 X1 Ø3 (.vibrationmounts.39) STROKE NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.5 (2./h) V20S12M100H 30000 (265500) 16 (141.30) 40 (1.3) 7 (15.328.24) SW8 ∆ (.59) 2. Resetting Force: 15 N (3.6) V20S12M100M V20S12M100S Effective Mass* Min. Metric Max.5 (.5 (. Impact Speed Max.3 (./s) Max. with insert 6 (.41 oz.12) 2./s) m/s (ft. Hardened and Ground.31) SECTION A-A ∆SW indicates dimension across flats.24) 3. All data measured at 20% safety.12) 20 (.3662 Fax: 516.94) 2 (6.

3 sec.7) 2 (4.12) 46 (1.5 Ø23 (.75) S E C T I O N 6 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .94) 2 V20S14M100S (6. with insert 7 (.31) (. ∆SW indicates dimension across flats.06 kg (2.) Min./s) Max.5 (.94) 2 V20S14M150S (6.47 in.27) SW10 (.67) M14 X 1** M14 X 1. Resetting Force: 10 N (2. All data measured at 20% safety.63) 42 (1.59) 2.com Phone: 516.) Ø4 (. V20S14M100H Accessories Head Shaft Support / Dirt Seal Stop Sleeves Cooler Nut Steel V21S01MMKS14 Steel V21S02M20063 Vanadium Steel Alloy V21S04MSS14100** V21S04MSS14150 Aluminum V21S03MCN14100§ V21S03MCN14150 Steel with Plastic Insert* V21S01MMKK14 A M20 X 1. 6-16 25 (.7) 2 (4.2 V20S14M150H (./h) Metric Effective Mass◊ Min.5 (.3) 1550 (3417) 43 (94.5) 13 (28.67) (SUPPLIED) Ø12 (.4 (4.63) Ø11 (.328.5) 13 (28. Min.67) 12 (.2 V20S14M150M M14 X 1.M PONENT • MATERIAL: Shock Absorbers www.4 (4.8) 16 (35.5 Ø4 (.5 (.328. Impact Speed m/s (ft.3) 32 (70.2 (7.91) Ø16 (.25 lbf) Max./s) m/s (ft.5 (3.60) 17 (.81) 63 (2. kg (lb.5 M14 X 1.43) *Fig. kg (lb. Nickel Plated New 83 (3.28) 3 (.00) 1. Impact Speed Max.31) ∆ 2 x SW17∆(.3365 • DOUBLE ENERGY ABSORPTION • SMOOTH DAMPING • RESERVE OIL • HELICAL GROOVE TECHNOLOGY Housing – Steel.67) A SW16 ∆ (.5 Ø18 (.14) 66 (2.020) x 45° § M14 X 1 M14 X 1. Energy Max.16) 23 (.16) 3.2 V20S14M100M M14 X 1 (3.17 oz.020) x 45° 0.66) 1.) J (lbf • in.4) 0.71) 8 (.97) ∆ 8 SW19 (.56) 31 50000 (274.) 1.3662 Fax: 516. Resetting Force: 20 N (4.39) 8 (.2 (.48) 17 (.) Piston Reset Time: .98) 0.4) 32 (70.50 lbf) Weight: 0.47) STROKE NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.65) 50 (1.59) 2.31) SECTION A-A ∆SW indicates dimension across flats.00) 1550 (3417) 43 (94.22) 5 (11.56) ◊As comparative figure to conventional shock absorbers.2 (7.91) 1 X M5 Ø8 (.32) SW 17 ∆ (. Energy Absorption Absorption per Hour per Stroke J (lbf • in.66) 1.8) 16 (35.22) 5 (11.47) F Stroke: 12 mm (. F Thread Size Catalog Number Max.4) (442500) 0. Hardened and Ground.vibrationmounts.

∆SW indicates dimension across flats.59) STROKE 19 (.) Piston Reset Time: .5 Ø18 (.24) 4 (.36) ∆ 9 SW24 (.66) 1 (3.94) 2 (6. Catalog Number Max.03) 19 (.328. Impact Speed Max.) 0.5 sec.13 kg (4.75) M20 X 1.18) Ø23 (.14) M20 X 1.com Phone: 516.5 (. Impact Speed m/s (ft.5 Ø30 (1.3662 Fax: 516.94) (SUPPLIED) M20 x 1./s) m/s (ft./h) V20S20M150H V20S20M150M Power Stop 70 (619.28) 1.76) 1.66) 1 (3.35) (.5 (14.020) x 45° M20 X 1.) Ø6 (.5) — V20S20M150S V20S20M150HN V20S20M150MN V20S20M150SN Metric Effective Mass* Min.91) 0.8) 35 (77.74) SW14 (.37 lbf) Max. with insert 8 (.5 Ø25 (.39) SECTION A-A ∆SW indicates dimension across flats.5 (.79) Ø6 (.M PONENT • MATERIAL: Shock Absorbers www.5 20 (.5 (14.94) S E C T I O N 6 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .2) 7 (15. Hardened and Ground.39) Ø17 (.) J (lbf • in. Resetting Force: 15 N (3.4) 208 (458.87) A 1 X M5 SW22 ∆ (.56) 4.55) 10 (.328. kg (lb. kg (lb. Min. Nickel Plated New 95 (3. 6-17 25 (.) Min. Energy Absorption Absorption per Hour per Stroke Stop J (lbf • in.39) ∆ 2 x SW24∆(.5 58 (2.87) Ø10 (.2 (.6) 75 (165.98) 0.3) 15 (33) *As comparative figure to conventional shock absorbers.16) 76 (2.62 lbf) Weight: 0. Resetting Force: 25 N (5.91) 1.75) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.00) 60 (2.99) 15 (.94) 2 (6.2 (3.59 oz.5) 63000 (557550) Emergency Stop 150 (1327.91) 51 (2.3365 • DOUBLE ENERGY ABSORPTION • SMOOTH DAMPING • RESERVE OIL • HELICAL GROOVE TECHNOLOGY Housing – Steel.67) **Fig.020) x 45° 0.71) Stroke: 15 mm (. Accessories Head Shaft Support / Dirt Seal Stop Sleeves Cooler Nut Steel V21S01MMKS20 Steel V21S02M25077 Vanadium Steel Alloy V21S04MSS20150 Aluminum V21S03MCN20150 Steel with Plastic Insert** V21S01MMKK20 A M25 X 1.59 in.31) 3.8 (5.98) 10 (.76) 3500 (7716) 140 (308.2 (3.56) 4.28) 1.28) 77 (3.vibrationmounts. Energy Max.8 (5.5 (.2 (. All data measured at 20% safety./s) Max.8) 7500 (16534) 300 (661) 93 (205) 97 (213.6) 43 (94.24) SW 22 ∆ (.

6) 69 (152) All data measured at 20% safety.5 72 (2.8 (5.4 (4.5 (.328.87) **Fig.5 (.1) 10500 (23148) 1167 (2573) 214 (471.05) 31 (1.83) 130 (4. Energy Absorption Absorption per Hour per Stroke Stop J (lbf • in.97) 1.13) 31 (1. ∆SW indicates dimension across flats.1) 0.) Metric Min.2 (.98) STROKE NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.) Min.75) Stroke: 25 mm (.3) 1719 (3790) 340 (749. Resetting Force: 40 N (9.62) 1.8 (2.52 oz.42) Ø27 (1. Resetting Force: 20 N (4.8) 27500 (60627) 3056 (6737) 561 (1237) 656 (1446) 130 (286.16) 105 (4.8 (5.18) (SUPPLIED) M25 x 1.3662 Fax: 516.91) New Ø8 (.5 (.5) — V20S25M150M V20S25M150S V20S25M150HN V20S25M150MN V20S25M150SN *As comparative figure to conventional shock absorbers.020) x 45° M25 X 1.98 in.91) 4 (13.74) 80 (3.6) 26 (57.22) 25 (.06) Ø12 (. Energy Max.5 Ø32 (1.5 (2.20) M25 X 1.5) 95000 (840750) Emergency Stop 550 (4867.5 22 (.M PONENT • MATERIAL: Shock Absorbers www.6 sec.00 lbf) Weight: 0. Catalog Number Max. with insert 10.) Piston Reset Time: .31) 4 (.31) SW 30 ∆ (1.3365 • DOUBLE ENERGY ABSORPTION • SMOOTH DAMPING • RESERVE OIL • HELICAL GROOVE TECHNOLOGY Housing – Steel. Impact Speed Max.5 Ø36 (1. Min./h) V20S25M150H Power Stop 210 (1858.8 (2.66) 0.15) ∆ 10./s) 0.328.2 (.47) SW19 ∆ (. Effective Mass* m/s (ft.5 Ø23 (.06) 69. kg (lb.41) (1. Accessories Head Shaft Support / Dirt Seal Stop Sleeves Cooler Nut Steel V21S01MMKS25 Steel V21S02M33103 Vanadium Steel Alloy V21S04MSS25150 Aluminum V21S03MCN25150 Steel with Plastic Insert** V21S01MMKK25 A M33 X 1.vibrationmounts.59) J (lbf • in.6 (1. Impact Speed m/s (ft.97) 1.18) SW27 ∆ (1.) 0.66) 0.59) 0. 6-18 35 (1./s) Max.) 2 x SW30∆(1.38) 0.4 (4.5 SW27 (.22) 10 (.39) SECTION A-A ∆SW indicates dimension across flats.6 (1.020) x 45° 0. Hardened and Ground.26) M25 X 1.62) 1.35) 12 (.47) Ø22 (.41) 5 (.87) A 1 X M5 Ø8 (.com Phone: 516. kg (lb.50 lbf) Max.27 kg (9. Nickel Plated 136 (5.91) 4 (13.06) S E C T I O N 6 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .

5 (3.39) Ø28 (1.5 11.328.SW24 (. Energy Max.55) SW36 ∆ (1.20) 30 (1.73) Ø36 (1.64) 2813 (6202) 450 (992) 147 (324.39) 5 (.5 (./s) Shaft Support / Dirt Seal Steel with Plastic Insert** V21S01MMKK33 **Fig. kg (lb.07) ∆ 12 SW36 (.56) 3.8 (2. Resetting Force: 35 N (7.45) m/s (ft.9) 45000 (99207) 5000 (11023) 918 (2024) 1000 (2204.56) 3.59) J (lbf • in. with insert Effective Mass* Max.) 2 x NUT Ø41 (1.42) S E C T I O N 6 • MATERIAL: Shock Absorbers www. Accessories Head Steel V21S01MMKS33 Min.3662 Fax: 516. 6-19 40 (1.10) SW 41 ∆ (1.1) All data measured at 20% safety./s) 0.61) (SUPPLIED) M33 x 1.5 (11.5 (4.020) x 45° M33 X 1.48 kg (16.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .59) SECTION A-A ∆SW indicates dimension across flats.6) 160 (352.48) 16000 (35273) 1778 (3920) 327 (720.42) Ø28 (1.54) 130 (5. Energy Absorption Absorption per Hour per Stroke Stop J (lbf • in.8 (2.2 (.2 (. Impact Speed Max.48) 0. Stop Sleeves Cooler Nut Steel V21S02M45130 Vanadium Steel Alloy V21S04MSS33150 Aluminum V21S03MCN33150 A M45 X 1. Impact Speed m/s (ft.57) 0.020) x 45° M33 X 1.42) 91. ∆SW indicates dimension across flats.93 oz.4 (4.6 sec. Resetting Force: 75 N (16.5 New Ø10 (. Nickel Plated 165 (6. Hardened and Ground.5 28 (1. kg (lb.57) 15 (. Min.87 lbf) Max.62) 2 (6.50) 40 (1.97) 1.6 (1.vibrationmounts.18) STROKE 41 (1.5 (11.66) 0./h) V20S33M150H Power Stop 320 (2832) 120000 (1062000) Emergency Stop 900 (7965) — V20S33M150M V20S33M150S V20S33M150HN V20S33M150MN V20S33M150SN *As comparative figure to conventional shock absorbers.66) 0.) Piston Reset Time: .86 lbf) Weight: 0.328.94) • DOUBLE ENERGY ABSORPTION • SMOOTH DAMPING • RESERVE OIL • HELICAL GROOVE TECHNOLOGY Housing – Steel.5 Ø38 (1.62) 2 (6.61) 125 (4.61) A 1 X M5 Ø10 (.10) M33 X 1.47) (1. Catalog Number Max.97) 1.12) 0.) Metric Min.) 0.60) 103.5 (.10) 10 (.7) 52 (114.4 (4.59) 0.50) ∆ Stroke: 30 mm (1.) 5 (.com Phone: 516.5 Ø44 (1.5 (.18 in.20) 90 (3.92) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.6 (1.39) Ø14 (.

1 oz.com Phone: 516.5 Ø12 (.30) 1.4 (4.59) 5 (.69) ∆ New 2 x NUT Ø60 (2. Nickel Plated 170 (6.) Piston Reset Time: . Energy Max.48) 32500 (71650) 3611 (7961) 663 (1462) 75000 (165345) 8333 (18371) 1531 (3375) 2653 (5849) 508 (1120) 106 (233.M PONENT • MATERIAL: SW36 (1. Accessories Head Stop Sleeves Cooler Nut Steel V21S01MMKS45 Vanadium Steel Alloy V21S04MSS45150 Aluminum V21S03MCN45150 V21S03MCN45150L◊ (Longer Length) Steel with Plastic Insert** V21S01MMKK45 SW55 ∆ (2.98) STROKE 30 (1.) V20S45M150H Power Stop 650 (5753) 150000 (1327500) Emergency Stop 1500 (13275) — V20S45M150M V20S45M150S V20S45M150HN V20S45M150MN V20S45M150SN *As comparative figure to conventional shock absorbers.97) 1.) Min.47) Ø43 (1.71) (2.25 kg (44.24) 25 (.4 (4.48) 0.69) 10 (. kg (lb.328. 6-20 92 or 132 (3.17) Ø12 (.5 (11.020) x 45° Ø60 (2. ∆SW indicates dimension across flats.99 lbf) Max.5 Ø58 (2.91) 18 SW55 ∆ (.42) Shock Absorbers www.97) 1.2 (.59) 0.20) 110 or 150 (4.5 (11.33) (5.66) 0.18) 140 (5.7 (2. Impact Speed Max.62) (5.328. Resetting Force: 80 N (17.5 (. with insert 15 (.66) 0.36) Ø52 (2.) 0.7) 6122 (13497) 1172 (2584) 245 (540./s) m/s (ft.59) 0.98 in.39) 6 (.6 sec.97) ∆SW indicates dimension across flats. Hardened and Ground.1) J (lbf • in.36) (SUPPLIED) Stroke: 25 mm (.6 (1.51) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch. Min. Resetting Force: 40 N (8. kg (lb.5 M45 X 1. Impact Speed m/s (ft.5 (.05) 50 (1.30) 1. Energy Absorption Absorption per Hour per Stroke Min.28) 15 (.59) 0.) M45 x 1. Effective Mass* All data measured at 20% safety.20) 0.47) Ø38 (1.020) x 45° M45 X 1.50) **Fig.7 (2.3365 • DOUBLE ENERGY ABSORPTION • SMOOTH DAMPING • RESERVE OIL • HELICAL GROOVE TECHNOLOGY Housing – Steel.2 (.25) 3.6 (5.17) S E C T I O N 6 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .6 (1. Catalog Number Stop Metric Max./s) Max.6 (5.98 lbf) Weight: 1./h) J (lbf • in.25) 3.3662 Fax: 516.vibrationmounts.

48) 65000 (143299) 7222 (15922) 1327 (2926) 150000 (330690) 16667 (36744) 3061 (6748) 5306 (11698) 1016 (2240) 212 (467.68) 50 (1. V20S45M150LH Accessories Head Stop Sleeves Cooler Nut Steel V21S01MMKS45 Vanadium Steel Alloy V21S04MSS45150 Aluminum V21S03MCN45150 V21S03MCN45150L◊ (Longer Length) Steel with Plastic Insert** V21S01MMKK45 SW55 ∆ (2.7 (2.7 (2.6 (5./h) J (lbf • in.6 (5.328.6 — V20S45M150LMN (26550) (1.2 (. with insert 15 (.5 (.2 V20S45M150LHN (. Hardened and Ground.30) 1.36) Ø52 (2.M PONENT • MATERIAL: Shock Absorbers www.17) Ø12 (.97) Stop 1. Impact Speed m/s (ft.66) Emergency 3000 0.4) 12245 (26995) 2344 (5168) 490 (1080) J (lbf • in.17) S E C T I O N 6 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch. Energy Max.5 Ø12 (. kg (lb.66) Power 1300 190000 0.36) (SUPPLIED) M45 x 1. 6-21 92 or 132 (3.3365 • DOUBLE ENERGY ABSORPTION • SMOOTH DAMPING • RESERVE OIL • HELICAL GROOVE TECHNOLOGY Housing – Steel.49 lbf) Max.com Phone: 516.59) *As comparative figure to conventional shock absorbers.vibrationmounts.28) 15 (.50) ** Fig.71) (2.6 V20S45M150LM (11505) (1681500) (1.97 in.) Piston Reset Time: 1 sec.33) (5.42) New 2 x NUT Ø60 (2. kg (lb.97) STROKE Stroke: 50 mm (1. Nickel Plated 250 (9.48) 0. Resetting Force: 90 N (20.47) Ø38 (1.) 0.25) 3.) Effective Mass* 0. ∆SW indicates dimension across flats./s) m/s (ft.47) Ø43 (1.59) 0.59) 0.5 (11. Energy Absorption Absorption per Hour per Stroke Min.97) ∆SW indicates dimension across flats.23 lbf) Weight: 2 kg (70.20) 110 or 150 (4.4 V20S45M150LSN (4.69) 10 (.91) ∆ 18 SW55 (.5 (11.59) 5 (.3662 Fax: 516.020) x 45° M45 X 1.5 M45 X 1.5 (.5 oz./s) Max.05) 50 (1.4 V20S45M150LS (4. Min. All data measured at 20% safety.5 Ø58 (2.30) 1.97) Stop 1.328.25) 3.20) 0.020) x 45° Ø60 (2. Resetting Force: 60 N (13.39) 6 (.24) 55 (2. Impact Speed Max.) Min.62) (5.17) 195 (7. Catalog Number Stop Metric Max.84) SW36 ∆ (1.

3 m n = 120 1/h s = 0.6 Nm = 1621698 Nm/h = 27028.81 x 0.22 = 26000 + 28056.vibrationmounts.91 = 322.43 kg Note: Add rotational energies of motor.2 (Stahl/Guß) s = 0.04 = 307.6 / 22 = 26000 Nm = 28056.426 m/s = 25.1 + 104824 = 2464. with Propelling b.3 x 9.2 kg = 1416.5 = 190 x 0.328.6 Nm = 54056.91 Nm = 322.8 Nm = 14.71 Nm = 54860 Nm = 199.88 kg W1 W2 W3 W4 me = 13000 x 22 x 0.71 / 1.34 Nm = 197146.82 x 0.com Phone: 516. with Propelling Force Formula: Force Downward: Upward: 2 W1 = m x g x h = m x vD x 0. s m h F m•g ß Mass on an Incline a.02 m Free Falling Mass without Propelling Force Formula: Example: m = 13000 kg W1 = m x v2 x 0.FORMULAS AND CALCULATION EXAMPLES W1 W2 W3 W4 me m v vD w F n P Kinetic energy per stroke. coupling and gear.81 Falling height without shock absorber stroke Stroke of shock absorber Radius Countervailing force/supporting force Friction coefficient Braking time Angle Free Falling Mass Formula: W1 = m x g x h W2 = m x g x s W3 = W1 + W2 W4 = W3 x n vD = 2 x g x h me = 2 x W3 / vD2 m h s Example: m = 10 kg h = 0.392 Nm = 3767.1 Nm = 1048.3 = 2 x 31.426 = 29.962 Nm = 31.81 = 10 x 9.392 / 2. to W1.5 W2 = 1000 x P x HM x s / v W3 = W1 + W2 W4 = W3 x n vD = v me = 2 x W3 / vD2 s m P in Nm in Nm in Nm in Nm/h in kg in kg in m/s in m/s in 1/s in N in 1/h in kW Example: m = 190 kg v = 1.5 W2 = m x g x s v = 2 m/s W3 = W1 + W2 s = 0.11 / 1.SHOCK ABSORBERS .5 = 13000 x 9.5 W2 = (F .3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .962 = 31.8 Nm = 1705.04 m Example: m = 980 kg v = 1.72 = 307.34 / 1.81 x 0.02 = 29.71 x 170 = 2 x 322.3 kg W1 W2 W3 W4 me = 190 x 1.34 x 80 = 2 x 2464.81 x 0.81 x 0.8 + 14.2 x 9.82 W1 W2 W3 W4 me = 980 x 1.7 = 1416.7 P = 6 kW n = 80 1/h s = 0.7 x 0.04 Nm/h = 2.11 m 1 to 2.22 m W4 = W3 x n n = 30 1/h vD = v 2 me = 2 x W3 / vD m s Mass on a Conveyor Belt Formula: W1 = m x v2 x 0.3662 Fax: 516.43 + 1.5 in Nm in kgm2 in m/s2 in m in m in m in N Metric in s in ° W1 W2 W3 W4 vD me = 10 x 0. mass load only Energy/work of propelling force per stroke Total energy per stroke (W1 + W2) Total energy per hour (W3 x n) Effective mass Mass to be braked Final velocity of mass Shock absorber impact velocity Angular velocity Additional propelling force Number of strokes per hour Motor drive HM M J g h s L/R/r Q µ t ß Holding moment factor (normal 2.5 W2 = m x µ x g x s W3 = W1 + W2 W4 = W3 x n vD = v me = 2 x W3 / vD2 m s Mass with Motor Drive Formula: W1 = m x v2 x 0.24 Nm = 2464.7 m/s HM = 2.5 = 1000 x 6 x 2.6 x 30 = 2 x 54056.6 = 54056.5) Torque Mass inertia moment Gravity constant = 9.72 x 0.8 m/s n = 170 1/h µ = 0.392 x 120 = 2 x 9.328.43 Nm = 1.m x g x sinß) W2 = (F + m x g x sinß) W2 = m x g x sinß x s xs xs W3 = W1 + W2 W4 = W3 x n vD = 2 x g x h me = 2 x W3 / vD2 Continued on the next page 6-22 S E C T I O N 6 Shock Absorbers Technical Information www. if not negligible.

5 kg S E C T I O N 6 ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .33 / 0.9 / 1.9 m L = 1.75 + 2 = 35.05 m vD = v x R / L = w x R r = 0.9 W3 = W1 + W2 M = 400 Nm W3 = 82 + 11.1 with vertical motion upward: 2.9 m 2 me = 2 x W3 / vD n = 1600 1/h s = 0.6 / 0.6 m vD = v x R / L = w x R L = 0.03 m W1 W2 W3 W4 me = 30 x 1.15 / 1.3 Nm = 560.18 = 0.9 = 2430 + 233.5 x 0.5 m/s W3 = W1 + W2 M = 60 Nm W4 = W3 x n R = 0.5 x J x w2 m = 1200 kg W2 = m x s / R v = 1.18 = 0.35 m vD = 1.47 kg Note: Please check impact angle long = s/R (see example 6.025 / 0.m x g) x s W2 = (F + m x g) x s Swinging Mass with Propelling Force Formula: Example: W1 = m x v2 x 0.9 m/s F = 300 N n = 800 1/h s = 0.33 x 90 vD = v x R / L = w x R L = 1.5 = 60 x 0.3 W4 = W3 x n s = 0.3365 S M PONENT Mass without Propelling Force Formula: W1 = m x v2 x 0.75 Nm = 57200 Nm = 1 m/s = 71.15 + 9 = 63.5 = 0.33 Nm = 50429.15 Nm = 50520 Nm/h = 34.92 = 54.04 / 0.2) M L R vD m s Counterv.51 kg = 82 Nm = 11.7 Nm/h = 0.9 me = 2 x W3 / vD2 R = 0.328.1 Nm = 93.9 / 1.15 Nm = 9 Nm = 63.33 Nm = 1864333 Nm/h = 1.01 m Swinging Mass with Propelling Moment Example: Formula: W1 = m x v2 x 0.com Phone: 516.03 = 54.1 / 1. please consult our engineering department.vibrationmounts.33 / 1.52 x 0.3 m/s W2 = 1200 x 0.75 / 12 = 33.8 m vD = 2 x 0.6 x s / vD Applies for all examples: a = 0.97 kg = 900 Nm Rotary Table with Horizontal or Vertical Propelling Moment Example: Formula: W1 = 1200 x 1.75 Nm = 2 Nm = 35.5 W2 = 0 W3 = W1 + W2 W4 = W3 x n vD = v me = m s m s F m 2.15 x 800 = 2 x 63.04 m W4 = 560.5 x J x w2 m = 1500 kg W2 = F x r x s / R = M x s / R v = 3 m/s W3 = W1 + W2 F = 6000 N W4 = W3 x n s = 0. 6-23 W1 W2 W3 W4 vD me = 30 x 1. force/supporting force Q (N) Braking Time t (s) Retardation a (m/s2) Metric Example: m = 200 kg v = 3 m/s n = 1000 1/h s = 0.2 with vertical motion downward R m s vD L r m F R vD A s vD L s m s R W1 W2 W3 W4 = 200 x 32 x 0.328.5 m n = 700 1/h W1 W2 W3 W4 vD me = 507 Nm = 53.5 =0 = 900 + 0 = 900 x 1000 = 900 Nm = 900000 Nm/h Example: m = 30 kg v = 1.35 me = 2 x W3 / vD2 R = 0.9 m me = 2 x 560.5 x J x w2 J = 41 kgm2 W1 = 0.1 x 1. Turning Device) Formula: Example: W1 = m x v2 x 0.75 x 1600 = 1.7 x 0.3 x 0.5 = 300 x 0.33 Nm = 2633.1 W4 = W3 x n s = 0.8 m/s = 1625.9 W3 = W1 + W2 M = 1200 Nm W3 = 507 + 53.33 x 700 = 3 x 0.82 Swinging Mass with Propelling Moment (e.5 W2 = F x s W3 = W1 + W2 W4 = W3 x n vD = v me = 2 x W3 / vD2 W2 = (F .25 W1 = m x v2 x 0.22 kg = 1500 x 32 x 0.5 x 41 x 22 W2 = F x r x s / R = M x s / R w = 2 1/s W2 = 400 x 0.6 = 33.5 = 2 x 2633.02 m Applies for all examples: Q = 1.02 / 0.86 m/s = 1515.025 m W4 = 93.9 m me = 2 x 93.1 Nm = 121044 Nm/h = 1.25 = 0.7 m me = 2 x W3 / vD2 R = 0.3662 Fax: 516.9 = 2 x 33.18 = 6000 x 0.32 x 0.5 x J x w2 m = 30 kg W2 = M x s / R v = 1.82 n = 1300 1/h = 2430 Nm = 233.8 m/s = 57.300 vD = v x R / L = w x R L = 1.92 x 0.862 n = 90 1/h v M Mass with Propelling Force Formula: W1 = m x v2 x 0.CO Shock Absorbers Technical Information www.6 x vD2 / s Note: If used in a damp environment.2 x W3 / s Applies for all examples: t = 2.g.33 = 2633.05 / 0.

Shock / Vibration Isolation Application Sheet www.com Phone: 516. please include a sketch with this form.3662 Fax: 516. Cable. Date: Company Name: Address: Contact Name/Position: Telephone: FAX: e-mail: Technical Requirements Equipment Description: Equipment Weight (lbs. cpm. others: Allowable Static Deflection of Isolators (inch or mm): % Vibration Isolation Efficiency Desired: Space Limitation if any: Examples of how to choose vibration isolators for various operating situations are given in the Vibration Mount Technical Section starting on page T1-27.vibrationmounts.Wire Mesh. Neoprene.328. Vinyl Chloride Elastomeric Resin. Urethane. or kg. cps or Hz): High: Natural Rubber.328. If a drawing cannot be included. Prototype/Production Requirements Prototype Quantity: Timing: Production Forecast: Timing: 6-24 S E C T I O N 6 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE . Sorbothane®. Silicone Gel.3365 Completed By: The following data will help us to determine your needs to meet your shock and vibration requirements.): Temperature Range (°F or °C): Low: Excitation Source: Preferred Damping Material (Circle One): Excitation Frequency (rpm.

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C.18 mm) to 1/2 inch (12.328. heating equipment. fans.7 mm) or more thick. Separators between mounts. When the load supporting member is 1/8 inch (3. must be designed to meet the specific requirements of the installation.3365 Typical Installations Finger-Flex mounts are used for office machines. motors. two Finger-Flex bushings are generally used. The ring member absorbs both vibration and shock. pumps and scientific equipment.7 mm) thick. If the load supporting member is less than 1/8 inch (3.CO M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Finger-Flex Mounts www. the standard bushing and ring combination is most suitable. S E C T I O N 7 TYPICAL INSTALLATION ARRANGEMENTS . the metal surrounding the mounting hole should be turned up. These mounts may also be stacked in series to meet greater deflection requirements. electronic equipment.com Phone: 516.vibrationmounts. blowers. Shoulder bolt A. If the load support is 1/2 inch (12. Shoulder bolt Mounting base Finger-Flex bushing Mounting support Finger-Flex bushing Rebound plate Shoulder bolt Mounting base Finger-Flex bushing Mounting support Finger-Flex bushing Rebound plate 7-2 Rubber parts used are similiar to type V10R 4-1504 & V10R 4-1505 combination.3662 Fax: 516. if used.328. Mounting base Finger-Flex bushing Mounting support Finger-Flex bushing Rebound plate B. air conditioning equipment.18 mm) thick. The difference is that the flange of the rubber bushing within this assembled mounting has fingers on only one of its surfaces. Multiple Installations Any number of Finger-Flex mounts can be installed in parallel to achieve greater load-carrying capacity. This provides additional mounting area for the bushing.

8) 6 (2.2) 2 (0.16 13/16 (20.4) 8 FINGERS EACH SIDE OUT OF PHASE 10 Fig.02 0. No.4 kgf) Natural Rubber 1/4 (6.8) 6 (2.4) 4 (1.7) 9 (4.6) 15/32 1/4 (11.) 9/16 (14.8) 6 (2.4) 7-3 3 (1. 2 LOAD (lb.04 0.3365 M PONENT • MATERIAL: Finger-Flex Mounts – To 12 lbs. (kgf) 4 (1.4) 5 (2.7) 9 (4.7) 9 (4.3) BUSHING STYLE D 8 C 6 4 B 2 NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.1) 12 (5. A 0 16 18 20 22 24 26 NATURAL FREQUENCY (CPS) Catalog Number Fig.) 8 FINGERS EACH SIDE OUT OF PHASE Deflection below the X are considered safe practice for static loads.4) 4 (1.4) 5/64 (2) 5/64 (2) 13/16 (20.4) 4 (1.14 0.8 TO 5.06 0.9) 3 (1.4) 4 (1.10 0.9) (6.4) 5 (2.3662 Fax: 516.4) DEFLECTION (in.www.3) — — 3 (1.2) — — 3 (1.com Phone: 516.8) 7 (3.1) 3 (1.328.1) 12 (5.vibrationmounts.12 0.328.8) 6 (2. data above the X are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.7) 9 (4.5) Fig. • FOR LOADS UP OF 4 TO 12 POUNDS (1. (kgf) Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.4) 4 (1.6) S E C T I O N 7 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE 8 FINGERS EACH SIDE OUT OF PHASE 29/64 (11.) 50 5/64 (2) 5/64 (2) 3/16 (4. 1 RING STYLE 60 LOAD LOAD (lb.7) 9 (4.4) 4 (1.08 0.8) 6 (2.4) 4 (1.8) 40 D 30 SUPPORT C 20 B 10 A 0 0 0.8) 7 (3.1) 12 (5.3) 28 . V10R 4-1500A Hardness Durometer 30 V10R 4-1500B 40 1 V10R 4-1500C 50 V10R 4-1500D 60 V10R 4-1501A 30 V10R 4-1501B 40 2 V10R 4-1501C 50 V10R 4-1501D 60 Compression Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute 2400 3300 3000 2700 Maximum Load lb. 12 1/4 (6.1) 2 (0.9) 3 (1.7) 9 (4.8) 6 (2.1) 12 (5.

5) 13 (5.2) 7/64 (2.9) 18 (8.6) 3 (1.5) 13 (5. data above the X are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads. 24 17/32 (13.12 0.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Deflections below the X are considered safe practice for static loads.5) 4 (1. 2 20 LOAD (lb.3) 8 (3.5 TO 11.3) 8 (3.7) 8 (3.8) 6 (2.3) 2000 2250 2500 2750 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.vibrationmounts.9) 18 (8.2) 25 (11.) 12 FINGERS EACH SIDE OUT OF PHASE BUSHING STYLE NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.8) 5 (2.2) 25 (11.5) 13 (5.1) 5 (2. www.5) 13 (5.2) 10 (4.6) 40 30 20 10 0 D SUPPORT C B A 0 0.8) 6 (2.8) S E C T I O N 7 1-11/64 (29.2) 9 (4.6) 24 . No.6) 10 (4.2) 10 (4.4) 4 (1.4) 4 (1.328.4) 20 (9.1) 14 (6.9) 4 (1.9) 18 (8.8) • FOR LOADS UP OF 10 TO 25 POUNDS (4.5) 3 (1.8) 5/16 (7.) 3/8 (9.9) 10 FINGERS (12 on 1503B) 1/16 (1.10 FINGERS EACH SIDE OUT OF PHASE 51/64 (20.1) 7 (3.3) 10 (4.com Phone: 516.5) LOAD 60 50 35/64 (13.9) 18 (8. (kgf) 1750 10 (4. D 16 C 12 8 B 4 0 A 12 14 16 18 22 20 NATURAL FREQUENCY (CPS) Catalog Number Fig. (kgf) 7-4 7 (3.20 DEFLECTION (in.1) 14 (6.2) 25 (11.3 kgf) Natural Rubber LOAD (lb.3) 10 (4.3) 10 (4.3) 7 (3.3662 Fax: 516.7) 8 (3.5) 13 (5.9) 1-11/64 (29.5) Fig.2) 9 (4.6) 10 (4.9) 5 (2. 1 RING STYLE 80 70 .8) 7/64 (2.5) 13 (5.) • MATERIAL: Finger-Flex Mounts – To 25 lbs. V10R 4-1502A Hardness Durometer 30 V10R 4-1502B 40 1 V10R 4-1502C 50 V10R 4-1502D 60 V10R 4-1503A 30 V10R 4-1503B 40 2 V10R 4-1503C 50 V10R 4-1503D 60 Compression Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Maximum Load lb.193 (4.4) 20 (9.2) 25 (11.08 0.8) 5 (2.16 0.5) 11/16 (17.04 0.328.3) 7 (3.9) Fig.

3) 6 (2. data above the X are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads. (kgf) 14 (6. 0 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 NATURAL FREQUENCY (CPS) Catalog Number Fig.20 0.9) C B A 0 0. 2 BUSHING STYLE 25 C 20 B 15 10 A 5 NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.) 1-3/8 (34.2) 8 (3.4) 3/32 (2. 1 12 FINGERS EACH SIDE OUT OF PHASE 200 175 RING STYLE 3/32 (2.4) LOAD 150 125 LOAD (lb.6) 27 (12.7) Fig.9) D SUPPORT 100 75 50 25 0 5/16 (7.6) 16 (7.8) 14 (6.7) 13 (5.6) 27 (12. No.6) 7-5 9 (4.) 12 FINGERS EACH SIDE OUT OF PHASE 21/64 (8.1) Fig.3) 25 (11. 12 FINGERS EACH SIDE OUT OF PHASE 35 D 30 LOAD (lb.16 0.2) 37 (16.08 0.vibrationmounts.5) 3/8 (9.6) 16 (7.24 DEFLECTION (in.328.1) 10 (4. (kgf) — 19 (8.5) .12 0.5) 19 (8.8) Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute 2250 2000 2500 2750 3000 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.3) 7 (3.3) 25 (11.6) — — 12 (5.3) 5 (2.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • FOR LOADS OF 14 TO 37 POUNDS (6.5) 7 (3.4) 19 (8.4 TO 16.2) 8 (3.3) — — — 19 (8.04 0.9 kgf) Natural Rubber 21/64 (8.4) 25 (11.2) 37 (16.6) 32 (14.3) — — 12 (5.4) 19 (8.1) 10 (4.com Phone: 516.9) 21 (9.3) 6 (2.4) 14 (6.5) Deflections below the X are considered safe practice for static loads.4) 25 (11.9) 21 (9.3) S E C T I O N 7 3/32 (2. Hardness Durometer 30 V10R 4-1504A 40 V10R 4-1504B 1 V10R 4-1504C 50 V10R 4-1504D 60 30 V10R 4-1505A 40 V10R 4-1505B 2 V10R 4-1505C 50 V10R 4-1505D 60 Compression Maximum Load lb.3) 21/32 (16.• MATERIAL: Finger-Flex Mounts – To 37 lbs.6) 32 (14.) 1-3/8 (34.5) 19 (8.4) 3/4 (19.5) 5 (2.5) 9 (4.9) 11/16 (17.3662 Fax: 516.4) 3/32 (2.328. www.4) 14 (6.7) 13 (5.

4) 20 (9.1) 33 (15) 8 (3.9) 50 (22. No. 12 FINGERS EACH SIDE OUT OF PHASE 7/8 (22.5) 80 (36.328.3) 35 (15.4) 24 (10.25 0.7) 65 (29.3) 1-5/32 (29.328.7) 65 (29.3365 M PONENT • MATERIAL: 1-29/32 (48.30 0.vibrationmounts.9) 40 (18.10 0.com Phone: 516.7) 24 (10.1) 33 (15) .6) 12 (5.5) 17 (7.) 250 12 FINGERS 3/32 (2.4) 24 (10.15 0.5) 13 (5.9) 18 (8. • FOR LOADS OF 35 TO 80 POUNDS (15.9) 1-29/32 (48.5) 14 (6.www. (kgf) — — 30 (13.7) — — 7-6 17 (7.4) 10 (4.9) 40 (18.5) 10 (4. D 60 50 B 8 10 12 A 14 16 18 NATURAL FREQUENCY (CPS) Catalog Number Fig.20 0.7) 24 (10.7) Fig.4) 13 (5.7) 1750 2000 2250 2500 Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.9 TO 36.05 0. data above the X are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.5) 8 (3.1) 56 (25.1) 76 (34.2) 31 (14.4) 150 SUPPORT C B 50 0 9/16 (14.4) D 100 35/64 (13.9) 43 (19.9) 50 (22.6) 50 (22.9) 18 (8.) Fig.1) 76 (34.5) 80 (36.) Deflections below the X are considered safe practice for static loads.6) 50 (22.8) 5/32 (4) 5/32 (4) 1/2 (12.4) Finger-Flex Mounts – To 80 lbs.2) BUSHING STYLE LOAD (lb.5) LOAD (lb.3662 Fax: 516.4) 20 (9.6) 12 (5.2) 31 (14.4) LOAD 200 A 0 0.3 kgf) Natural Rubber S E C T I O N 7 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE 12 FINGERS EACH SIDE OUT OF PHASE 1-1/4 (31. 2 80 70 C 40 30 20 10 0 NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.5) 14 (6.35 DEFLECTION (in. 1 RING STYLE 300 3/8 (9.3) 30 (13.9) 43 (19. (kgf) 1500 35 (15.1) 56 (25. V10R 4-1506A Hardness Durometer 30 V10R 4-1506B 40 1 V10R 4-1506C 50 V10R 4-1506D 60 V10R 4-1507A 30 V10R 4-1507B 40 2 V10R 4-1507C 50 V10R 4-1507D 60 Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Compression Maximum Load lb.

9) 67 (30. • FOR LOADS OF 120 TO 350 POUNDS (54. 250 C 200 150 B 100 A 50 0 6 7 8 9 10 NATURAL FREQUENCY (CPS) Catalog Number Fig.9) 65 (29.4 TO 158.8) 2-3/16 (55. No.6) 46 (20.www.com Phone: 516.5) 15/32 (11.6 0.5) 93 (42.9) 22 (10) 34 (15.9) A X 100 3 (76.5) 93 (42.5) 104 (47. (kgf) Minimum Load for 81% Isolation lb.6) 141 (64) 46 (20. data above the X are useful for calculating deflections under dynamic loads.6) D 32° 30' 500 SUPPORT 400 B X 300 X X 200 1-1/16 (27) 7/8 (22.4) 105 (47.6) 250 (113. 1 RING STYLE 800 13/32 (10.4 0. (kgf) 250 (113.3) 7/32 (5.8) 98 (44.9) 1/8 (3.4) 350 (158.6) 250 (113. Hardness Durometer 50 V10R 4-1508C 1 V10R 4-1508D 60 V10R 4-1509A 30 40 V10R 4-1509B 2 V10R 4-1509C 50 V10R 4-1509D 60 Compression Forcing Frequency in Cycles per Minute Maximum Load lb.2 0.2) C 600 LOAD (lb.9) 11 .vibrationmounts.4) 324 (147) — 160 (72.4) 324 (147) 7-7 1000 178 (80.2) 178 (80.1 0.8) 120 (54.7) 242 (109.8 kgf) Natural Rubber 1-1/4 (31.2) 30 (13.4) 48 (21.8) 66 (29.328.7 0.2) D LOAD (lb.7) 242 (109.6) S E C T I O N 7 CO S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE 5/8 (15.6) 141 (64) 1500 1750 65 (29.8) 1250 105 (47. 11/16 (17.) 300 Fig.328.6) Fig.2) 13/16 (20.2) 48 (21.9) 350 1-25/32 (45.8 DEFLECTION (in.) 5 FINGERS ON OUTSIDE OF SHAFT LOAD 700 0 0 2-1/8 (54) 0.4) 160 (72.3 0.4) 350 (158.3365 M PONENT • MATERIAL: Finger-Flex Mounts – To 350 lbs.5 0.8) 66 (29.3662 Fax: 516.8) 900 250 (113. 2 BUSHING STYLE NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.2) 5/8 (15.) Deflections below the X are considered safe practice for static loads.

8) .44 (11.8) 1.31 (13.25 (6.6) .6) 425 (192.2 TO 590 kgf) A G E F K J INSTALLATION: 1.09 2.64 (33) (16.075 (1.1) 200 (90.035 (0.4) .12 (28.18 .30 .25 (6.015 (0.52 1.00 (50.7) 2.6) 1.3) .4) .7) V10Z42-4050 V10Z42-5000 B in.6) 4. Lubricate mount and socket with water or rubber lubricant.7) .52 1.1) 1.25 (6.25) .75 (44.3) .00 (50.38 (24. Tubular Rolled • SOLO TYPE • FOR LOADS OF 60 TO 1300 POUNDS (27.3) (2.00 .01 (51.64 1.97 (16.1) .6) 2.3) 2.8) (3) 2.7) V10Z42-6000 V10Z42-6020 V10Z42-7000 V10Z42-8020 C D E 1.12 2.50 .2) (33.70 (94) 4.1) 1.8) .76) 3. For dynamic loads greater than 3X static load. (mm) .4) .6) (19.3) .96 .9) M 1. CINCH WASHER ASSEMBLY BOLT SOLO MOUNTING SELECTION GUIDE AND SPECIFICATIONS Catalog Number V10Z42-1010 V10Z42-2000 Nominal Nominal Load Deflection Rating Rating Axial Axial lb.39 (9.1) .12 (53.25 (6.3) (31.7) .020 (0.018 (0.64 (16.53 (115.75 (69.42 (61.3) (20.9) 7-8 NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.71 (18) .16 (29.3) .19 (4.8) .M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • MATERIAL: Bolt Mounts – Solo Unitized www.76) .12 .4) (13.6) (46) .52 .77 (19.69 (17.21 .89) .5) .94 (23.3) 2.12 (50.030 (0.12 (28. F G H J .4) 1.00 (25.5) .4) .8) .8) (16.81 .3) .4) (9.3662 Fax: 516.06 (1.38) .2) (26.66 .81 1.18 .328.3) .56 (39.48 (12.22 (31) .64 (16.7) (38.8) 3.030 (0.3) 4.5) (3.03 (0.12 (3) . use driving bolt.4) 1.4) 1.52 (55.19 (76. If necessary.3) 2.2) .5) 1.vibrationmounts.38 (33) (9.46 (11.8) 2.51) V10Z42-4000 V10Z42-4040 A 2.2) .30 .25 (31.93 (23.50 (38.2) (4.1) 1.17 (4.6) (19.5) .64 1.00 (25.75 (19.7) .15 (63.2) 900 (408. (kgf) 60 (27.06 (26. 3.4) N (min) .010 (0.75 (19.50 (12.8) 500 (226.71 (43.4) S E C T I O N 7 PREASSEMBLY DIMENSIONS .D.2) (33.2) .3) (15. select next larger size.34 1.2) 125 (56.75 (19.77 (9.03 (0.76 (19.3) (50) 2.8) 3.75 (95.8) . 2. H A ISOLATED UNIT C M L B J BEVEL D N E CINCH WASHER F SUPPORT PLATE RECOMMENDED DIMENSIONS SELECTION CRITERIA: Calculate static load.13 (3.25 (16.38 .00 (50.8) 3.9) .00 (76.7) .00 .62 (15.8) .32 .5) .55 .5) .9) 1.38 . Select a mount of equal or greater capacity.78 (9.1) .81 (46) 2.91) .7) (4.06 (110.1) 1.75 (69.31 (7.46 (11.6) .37 (85.2) 1300 (590) .00 (25.5) 1.4) 2.76) 3.6) .38 (14) (9.00 (25.09 (2.50 (114.3365 Outer Body – Natural Rubber Load-Carrying Member Spacer – Steel.2) 1.09 (27.7) . Insert into socket.com Phone: 516.06 (52.328.77 (67.56 (14.030 (0. hand rotate with axial force.7) .46) .62 1.4) 1.75 (19.9) (3) K L .7) 1.06 (1.09 (2.8) 2.3) (19.7) (5.9) (13.8) 1.9) 1. Care must be taken that the driving bolt does not overhang the steel sleeve O.38 (35.64 (53.3) .

1) (46) (19.64 (16.8) (57.50 1.328.43 (10.52 (13.1) (28.05 . 2.50 (63.1) (29.2) .81 .74 (95.50 (65.58 .25) .1) .59 1.8) .015 (0.1) (12.3) .018 (0.1) 1.6) 1.5) .16 . Insert into socket.77 (19.2) 4.3) .328.38 .25 (6.D.8) 500 (226.06 (1.9) .92 (23.15 (3.38 (45.12 (3) .00 1.2) (19.080 (2.9) .40 (10.00 (76.4) .77 (19.78 .com Phone: 516. F MOUNT ASSEMBLY BOLT CINCH WASHER TANDEM MOUNTING SELECTION GUIDE AND SPECIFICATIONS Catalog Number V10Z42-A3010 V10Z42-A5020 V10Z42-A6010 V10Z42-A7010 Nominal Nominal Load Deflection Rating Rating Axial Axial lb.2) A B C D F G H J K L M .28 (57.8) 900 (408.3365 Outer Body – Natural Rubber Load-Carrying Member Spacer – Steel.7) (26.3662 Fax: 516.87 1.3) (18.2 kgf) PREASSEMBLY DIMENSIONS S E C T I O N 7 A H G E F K J INSTALLATION: 1.75 (76.62 (15.2) 1.5) 3.10 (2. For dynamic loads greater than 3X static load.010 (0. (mm) .5) 1.7) 3.8) .13 .vibrationmounts.3) .7) 1.7) 1. Tubular Rolled • TANDEM TYPE • FOR LOADS OF 150 TO 900 POUNDS (68 TO 408.8) .5) (22.2) 1.50 (38.75 2.CO M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • MATERIAL: Bolt Mounts – Tandem Unitized www. Lubricate mount and socket with water or rubber lubricant.1) (38.3) . Select a mount of equal or greater capacity.5) 2.7) (15) 2.38) .5) .03) 1.7) (28.62 (41.2) (19. If necessary. (kgf) 150 (68) 425 (192.75 (44.52 (13.4) .12 (28.4) 1. SHOWN FOR MOUNTING ORIENTATION A M L C N B ISOLATED UNIT MOUNT CINCH WASHER RECOMMENDED DIMENSIONS D 2xE SUPPORT PLATE SELECTION CRITERIA: Calculate static load. hand rotate with axial force.64 (16.75 1.16 (29.6) N (min) in. use driving bolt.64 (16.00 (101. 3.17 (23.2) (9.85 (47) 2.5) 3. select next larger size.6) .19 (30.25 .64 (16.46) .2) .12 (3) .12 .03 (0.7) 7-9 NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.75 1.4) (9. Care must be taken that the driving bolt does not overhang the steel sleeve O. E .19 (4.

OZONE AND MOST SOLVENTS • FAIL-SAFE DESIGN WITH SNUBBING WASHER .05 Max.) 1200 . 2.075 DEFLECTION (in.50 (12.53 (13.94 .3) Thick Mounting Plate 1400 .25 (31.13 (3.94 (49.3) (11.7) Axial Axial Radial .51 (13) .10 .5) WEAR PLATE Ø1.3365 • WEAR PLATE DESIGN IMPROVES FATIGUE LIFE Isolator – Neoprene Wear Plate & Sleeve – Carbon Steel.8) -RX3031500 1000 800 600 -RX3031260 400 200 NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.5) New 1.50 (12.175 . Load lb.15 .45 (49.4) R 06 (1.3) .2°C) -RX3031500 1000 -RX3031260 800 600 400 200 -RX3031150 0 0 .9°C to +82.125 .3) INSTALLED SUPPORT STRUCTURE 1.225 AXIAL LOAD vs.06 (1.563 (14.CO M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • MATERIAL: Bolt Mounts – Ring and Bushing Type www.77 (19.78 (19.10 . 7-10 THICKNESS .2) S E C T I O N 7 APPLICATIONS • SMALL ENGINES • GENERATORS • PUMPS • RADIATORS • OPERATOR CABS IN SEVERE ENVIRONMENTS .15 .6) Ø1. (N) Thin Mounting Plate Inch (mm) .) TEMPERATURE RANGE: -20°F to +180°F (-28.com Phone: 516. -RX3031150 0 0 .328.) Catalog Number .563 (14.20 .05 . DEFLECTION .75) MIN.20 .3) Inch (mm) .50 (12. MOUNTING HOLE DIAMETER SNUBBING WASHER DIA. .225 . Rust-Resistant Coating AND WEAR RESISTANCE • RESISTS OILS.563 (14.175 DEFLECTION (in.78 (19.7) Thick Mounting Plate 1400 1200 Radial V10Z82-RX3031150 150 (667) 75 (333) 80 (355) 40 (177) V10Z82-RX3031260 260 (1156) 130 (578) 160 (711) 80 (355) V10Z82-RX3031500 500 (2224) 250 (1112) 300 (1334) 150 (667) LOAD (lb.00 (50.025 .3662 Fax: 516.5) CHAMFER REQUIRED 1.88 (47.8) AXIAL LOAD vs.075 .) TYPICAL INSTALLATION CONFIGURATION SNUBBING WASHER V 9C20-051 (Zinc Plated Carbon Steel) ISOLATED EQUIPMENT DIA.328.3) or .8) NOTE: Install so bushing supports static load.7) .125 .vibrationmounts. DEFLECTION Thick Mounting Plate .025 .8) LOAD (lb.23 (31.

2°C) Catalog Number A B F G H K J in.3) .5) . BATTERY BOXES.225 . CABS.9) .com Phone: 516. Load) in. (mm) Hz (ref) .12 . (mm) in. FUEL TANKS AND ACCESSORIES • MOTOR GENERATORS AND COMPRESSORS • PUMPS AND CENTRIFUGES • MARINE EQUIPMENT AND POWER PLANTS • HVAC EQUIPMENT • PORTABLE EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY • OFFICE EQUIPMENT/COMPUTERS K J RAD. H B G A New S E C T I O N 7 G AXIAL LOAD vs.2) 12 .43 (61.88 (22.56 (14.10 0 .4) .88 Thick Mounting Plate) 2500 1400 -R41391300 -R30310500 -R21200200 1200 500 2000 -R21200120 300 200 -R30310300 800 600 -R30310150 LOAD (lb.48 (12.04 TEMPERATURE RANGE: -20°F to +180°F (-28.04 (1) 70 V10Z82-R21200200 48 V10Z82-R30310150 V10Z82-R30310300 56 1.5) 64 V10Z82-R30310500 68 V10Z82-R41390350 40 V10Z82-R41390700 2. DEFLECTION (.06 .8) .94 (49.25 (31. DEFLECTION AXIAL LOAD vs.08 .9) 1.12 .) DEFLECTION (in.8) .53 (13.06 (1.328.3) 56 70 V10Z82-R41391300 NOTE: For Snubbing Washers and Installation Configurations see page 7-13 7-11 Axial Static Load.78 (19.06 .7) 15 .328.9 (22.6) .31 (33.10 .38 Thick Mounting Plate) (.88 (47.16 .vibrationmounts.65 (16.10 .) DEFLECTION (in.) .9°C to +82.58 (40. (mm) in. (mm) in.5) .1) 2.1) 1. (mm) in.2) . Radial Static Load. Max.09 (2.) 400 LOAD (lb.39 (9.CO • MATERIAL: Bolt Mounts – Ring and Bushing Type www.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Isolator – Neoprene • FULL REBOUND PROTECTION • STRUCTURE-BORNE NOISE ATTENUATION Sleeve – Carbon Steel • RESISTS OILS.59 (15) .79 (20.56 Thick Mounting Plate) 600 AXIAL LOAD vs.08 .15 .77 (19. OZONE AND MOST SOLVENTS Rust-Resistant Coating • FAIL-SAFE DESIGN WITH SNUBBING WASHER F APPLICATIONS • HIGHWAY AND OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLES: ISOLATE ENGINES.3) .2) .7) .8) 1. (mm) in.55 (64. RADIATORS.14 .02 .03 (26.04 .) 1000 -R41390700 1500 1000 400 -R21200060 500 100 -R41390350 200 0 0 .3 (33) 1.) LOAD (lb.02 .125 . (mm) in.20 .075 . (N) 60 (266) 120 (533) 200 (889) 150 (667) 300 (1334) 500 (2224) 350 (1556) 700 (3113) 1300 (5782) 30 (133) 40 (177) 50 (222) 60 (266) 120 (533) 200 (889) 140 (622) 300 (1334) 650 (2891) Mounting Plate Thickness Natural Frequency (Max. DEFLECTION (.38 (9. lb. (mm) Durometer 40 V10Z82-R21200060 V10Z82-R21200120 1.8) 1.05 .025 . (N) lb.175 . Max.3662 Fax: 516.18 DEFLECTION (in.

FUEL TANKS AND ACCESSORIES • MOTOR GENERATORS AND COMPRESSORS • PUMPS AND CENTRIFUGES • MARINE EQUIPMENT AND POWER PLANTS • HVAC EQUIPMENT • PORTABLE EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY • OFFICE EQUIPMENT/COMPUTERS DEFLECTION (in. OZONE AND MOST SOLVENTS Rust-Resistant Coating • FAIL-SAFE DESIGN WITH SNUBBING WASHER F New S E C T I O N 7 G K J RAD. DEFLECTION AXIAL LOAD vs. RADIATORS. (N) 500 (2224) 1000 (4448) 2100 (9341) 2600 (11565) 3600 (16013) 4600 (20461) 200 (889) 400 (1779) 900 (4003) 1000 (4448) 1450 (6449) 1900 (8451) Mounting Plate Thickness Natural Frequency (Max.8) .3 (58.2 0. (mm) in.328.12 Thick Mounting Plate) 1.) LOAD (lb.86 (47.) TEMPERATURE RANGE: -20°F to +180°F (-28. (mm) Durometer 40 V10Z82-R56460500 V10Z82-R56461000 3.6) 1 (25. (mm) in.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Isolator – Neoprene • FULL REBOUND PROTECTION • STRUCTURE-BORNE NOISE ATTENUATION Sleeve – Carbon Steel.05 0.) 6000 -R56460500 5000 -R78542600 4000 3000 2000 1000 1000 0 . lb.8) .25 Thick Mounting Plate 5000 8000 -R78544600 7000 -R56462100 4000 -R78543600 3000 -R56461000 2000 LOAD (lb.) 0.25 0 0.25 (31.12 (28.3662 Fax: 516.15 0.15 0. Max.20 0 0.4) 10 1. Load) in. (mm) in. CABS.com Phone: 516. BATTERY BOXES.063 (27) 1. 7-12 Axial Static Load.8) 2. H B G A AXIAL LOAD vs.CO • MATERIAL: Bolt Mounts – Ring and Bushing Type www.328.25 APPLICATIONS • HIGHWAY AND OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLES: ISOLATE ENGINES. • RESISTS OILS. (mm) in.1 0. (mm) in.05 DEFLECTION (in.41 (88. (N) lb.38 (85. (mm) Hz (ref) 1.55 (64.88 (124) 1.4) 2. (mm) in.2) 1.4) 2. Max.5 1.10 0. Radial Static Load. DEFLECTION (1.93 (23.12 (3) V10Z82-R78542600 V10Z82-R78543600 60 4.8) 3.88 (73.25 (31.vibrationmounts.9°C to +82.2) V10Z82-R56462100 .9) 70 60 68 74 V10Z82-R78544600 NOTE: For Snubbing Washers and Installation Configurations see next page.9) (35.2°C) Catalog Number A B F G H K J in.

X Dia.38 (9.56 .2) .88 1.02) (1.2) (22.4) 3. (mm) .13 (3.52) (2.8) .25 (6.7) (73.43 2.94 2.9) .3) (61.M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • MATERIAL: Bolt Mounts – Washers and Installation www.5) . X Dia.12 .4) (28.25 2.12 1.3662 Fax: 516.9) 1. (mm) in.38 (31.50 2.25 1.9) 1.328.51 (13) .Zinc Plated Snubbing Washers New THICKNESS Z DIA.2) (63. (mm) in.3) .25 (133.09 (2.00 (50.40 (10.4) (31.05) 1.1) (31.66 (16.75 1. Mount Series V10Z82-R21 V10Z82-R30 V10Z82-R41 V10Z82-R56 V10Z82-R78 B C D E in.8) .6) 2.8) 2.04 .328.25 (9. Y Thickness Z in.6) 5.19 (4.com Phone: 516.25 1.8) (38.29) (3.06 .12 7-13 (1.81 (71.2) (85.56 (39.38 . (mm) in. Y Catalog Number For Series V10Z82- V 9C20-040 R21 V 9C20-051 R30 & RX30 V 9C20-066 R41 V 9C20-094 R56 V 9C20-106 R78 S E C T I O N 7 DIA.05) (3.7) (14.06 (26.vibrationmounts.4) .50 (19.88 (98.09 .3365 Carbon Steel .8) (49. see previous pages.4) .8) . (mm) in.88 3. (mm) .1) (57.7) INSTALLATION CONFIGURATIONS ISOLATED EQUIPMENT SNUBBING WASHER D SUPPORT STRUCTURE B RADIUS REQUIRED E MOUNTING HOLE DIAMETER C INSTALLED E MOUNTING HOLE DIAMETER C INSTALLED ISOLATED STRUCTURE B RADIUS REQUIRED D SNUBBING WASHER Installation Dimensions For Bolt Mounts.94 (23.3) . (mm) in.

625 kg (1.41) 64 to 42 7 to 9 0.) 95 @ 0.) 60 @ 0.16) Ø9 (.55) 5 (.28 lb.27) (.625 to 1 49 to 37 15 to 16 49 to 23 15 to 17 20 to 15 19 to 23 0.04) 3.5 (1.04) 1 (1.11 lb. 1-35 & 2-3.328.75 kg (8.35) WASHER (NOT SUPPLIED) GEL BUSHING OBJECT TO ISOLATE d COLLAR GEL BUSHING MOUNTING BASE Fig.2 to 8. 2 4 (.75 kg (8.125 to 0. 7-15 Recommended Frequency Hz 90 @ 0.35) Ø14 (.2 lb.3662 Fax: 516.vibrationmounts.27 lb./leg) Hz dB .8) d Metric 4 (.12) Ø4 (.) 35 @ 3.3365 • PROTECTS FRAGILE SUBJECTS FROM MICROVIBRATIONS Collar – Brass Bushing – Silicone Gel AND LIGHT SHOCKS New Fig.16) 11 (.625 (.5 (.38 lb.02) 2 3 (. Collar Collar Thickness No.188 kg (.12) 6 (. 3 6.11 to (. TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°C to +200°C (-40°F to +392°F) d L Collar Fig.) 70 @ 0.125 kg (.) S E C T I O N 7 d .05 kg (.188 (.38) 67 to 35 9 to 10 0.26) L Ø14 (.16) 4 (.55) Ø6 (2.12) 7 (.16) Ø11 (.) 55 @ 1 kg (2.75 (2. 1 3 (.28) Ø11 (.) 70 @ 1 kg (2.com Phone: 516.28 to 1.328.4) Note: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.12) 3.) 30 @ 3.5 (.64) NOTE: More technical data is given on pages 1-34.16) L Fig.4) L 3 (.43) Ø7 (.05 to 0.20) Ø14 (.38 lb.41 lb.27 lb.28) 1 4 (.24) 0. ID Length 1 3 (.43) 1 V10Z61MA1 V10Z61MA2 V10Z61MB1 3 V10Z61MB2 Ø25 (.) 50 @ 0.625 kg (1.43) Ø7 (2.CO M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • MATERIAL: Bolt Mounts – Silicone Gel Type www.20) Optimum Load Resonance Resonance Point Magnification kgf/ leg (lb.2) to 3.27 to 17.55) Ø5 (.38 to 2.2 lb.20) Ø14 (.98) Catalog Number V10Z61MS INSTALLATION DIAGRAM 5 (.) 25 @ 8 kg (17.75 to 8 (8.55) BOLT (NOT SUPPLIED) Ø9 (.64 lb.98) Ø25 (.

SECTION X-X Catalog Number Thread Size V10Z14-04050 TEMPERATURE RANGE: -160°F to +500°F (-106.328.69 N/mm2) Internal & External Washer O.3365 • CAN BE USED AS SEALING WASHER • ONE-PIECE CONSTRUCTION • SELF-SEALING Washer – Stainless Steel Seal – Silicone Rubber X X Bottom View Top View RUBBER METAL 5/64 Thread Size O.vibrationmounts.D.D. The rubber section should always face the panel. Catalog Number 1/2 V10Z14-08100 Thread Size Washer O.7°C to +260°C) PRESSURE RANGE: 100 psi (0.com Phone: 516.M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • MATERIAL: Bolt Mounts – Washer Type www. 1 1/4 V10Z14-04100 #6 V10Z14-04150 1 V10Z14-08150 1-1/2 V10Z14-10100 1-1/2 1 5/16 V10Z14-05050 V10Z14-05100 #8 1/2 V10Z14-10150 1 V10Z14-12100 1-1/2 1 3/8 V10Z14-05150 1-1/2 V10Z14-12150 V10Z14-06050 1/2 V10Z14-14100 1-1/2 1 7/16 V10Z14-06100 V10Z14-06150 #10 1 V10Z14-14150 1-1/2 V10Z14-16100 1-1/2 1 1/2 INSTALLATION: Bolt Mounts – Washer Type are installed on bolts or screws in the same manner as regular washers.D.3662 Fax: 516. V10Z14-16150 7-16 1-1/2 S E C T I O N 7 New .328.

com Phone: 516.328.3662 Fax: 516.Silicone vs.3365 New No matter what the temperature could be. Metric 70 REBOUND RESILENCE (%) 60 50 V10Z61 and V10Z62 Series Silicone Urethane High Damping Rubber NBR (Rubber) Natural Rubber 40 30 20 10 0 -100 -50 0 50 100 150 TEMPERATURE (°C) COMPRESSION SET Outstanding restoration is available even when Silicone Gel stays compressed. Release compression and leave in normal temperature for 30 minutes.vibrationmounts. Compress above materials by 25% and leave compressed for 22 hours in 70°C (158° F). Rubber www. 50 40 30 20 10 0 V10Z61 and V10Z62 Series Silicone Urethane High Damping Rubber NBR (Rubber) Natural Rubber EPDM Rubber 7-17 S E C T I O N 7 REBOUND RESILIENCE COMPRESSION SET (%) M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE . 2. Silicone Gel performs more stably than other materials. 70 60 1.328.

UV and chemical resistance. 2-3 Shock Absorbent Test Spring Mounts p. Bolt Mounts p.328.) thick silicone gel pad is gently absorbed without breaking the egg.vibrationmounts. • Excellent in light-load and high-frequency vibration applications. 8-9 Silicone Gel Tape & Chips p. 8-8 Silicone Gel Pads p.328. 5-14 Impact of dropping a fresh egg from a height of 18 m (59 feet) onto a 2 cm (. 7-15 Silicone Foam Pads p. • High ozone.3365 Silicone gel has many properties that are superior to many other vibration damping materials such as rubber and urethane. S E C T I O N 7 • Good thermal conductivity.79 in. 1-34 thru 1-36 Base Mounts p.com Phone: 516.M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Unique Properties of Silicone Gel www.3662 Fax: 516. • Stable performance over wide temperature range: -40°C (-40°F) to 100 ~ 200°C (212 ~ 392°F) depending on the composition. 8-10 7-18 . Many Forms of Silicone Gel Products Are Offered in This Catalog Stud Type Mounts p.

(mm) V10R14-G401-1 .53) V10R14-G403-1 .14) .276 (7.813 (20.60) . (mm) in.125 (3.78) .260 (6. (mm) in.375 (9.328.16) 3 .3) V10R14-G414-1 .050 (1. 2 A A A E C B Fig.3662 Fax: 516.65) V10R82-M10-1 4 V10R82-F25-1 5 .92) 7-14 10 (44.60) . 5 Fig.085 (2.01) .02) .20) . 3 C D H Fig.60) .520 (13. 3 G Fig. 2 Fig.516 (13.27) .68) . (N) .375 (9.224 (5.60) 1.230 (5.040 (1. Plate Hole No.375 (9.281 (7.60) 6 (26.063 (1. (mm) in. 1 Fig.95) V10R14-G404-1 . 5 APPLICATIONS • COMPUTER DISK DRIVES • COMPUTER PRINTERS AND PERIPHERALS • PRECISION EQUIPMENT – MEDICAL.063 (1.74) .35) — 1. (mm) . A Shank Height B Shank Diameter C Inside Diameter D Overall Height E Flange Diameter F Flange Height G Rib Height H Rib Width in.35) . (mm) C Inside Diameter D Overall Height E Outside Diameter F Edge Radius G Rib Height H Rib Width in.02) .063 (1. (mm) in.457 (11.84) .78) .063 (1.313 (7.01) .031 (0.544 (13.35) — . (mm) in.30) 1 .60) .050 (1.98) .563 (14.375 (9.53) .91) .60) . 1 D D Fig.45) .27) 3 (13. (mm) in.95) V10R14-G402-1 . (N) in.473 (12.40) V10R82-M25-1 Load .11) 25 (111.250 6 . 6 F E Fig.61) .040 (1. No.000 (25.84) .125 (3.188 (4. OFFICE AND LABORATORY BE C G H A Fig.7) Load lb.27) 3 (13.53) .53) .01) .35) .063 (1.60) 6 (26.7) V10R14-G412-1 .43) S E C T I O N 7 • MATERIAL: Vinyl Elastomer Grommets www.18) .050 (1.18) .375 (9.01) .79) .35) .125 (3. (mm) in. (mm) in.18) .2) . 6 PEAK PERFORMANCE TEMPERATURE RANGE: 55°F TO 105°F (13°C TO 41°C) Catalog Number A B Fig.313 (7.09) .125 (3.063 (1.060 (26.313 (7.30) .30) .53) V10R14-G410-1 .60) .30) .95) .130 (3.vibrationmounts.469 (11.• VIBRATION & SHOCK CONTROL • SMALL SIZES • NOISE CONTROL • EXCELLENT PHYSICAL INTEGRITY Highly-Damped Blue Vinyl Elastomer G G F E C C B F New B E H H Fig.158 (4.323 (8. (mm) in.563 (14.379 (9.043 (1.63) .135 (3.460 (11.063 (1. 4 G D H Fig.250 (6.250 (6. Thickness Diameter in.18) .21) .132 (3.20) .3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE .563 (14.063 (1.3) .7) lb.60) 6 (26.260 — — (6. (mm) in.379 (9.625 (15.226 (5.188 (4.230 (5.5) (6.057 (1. 4 D D C E Fig.063 (1. (mm) in.323 (8.050 (1.563 (14.30) . (mm) — — .com Phone: 516. (mm) in.27) .130 (3.328.158 (4.82) .250 (6.63) .88) V10R14-G411-1 2 Catalog Number V10R82-F10-1 Fig.60) .69) .30) .078 (1.

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328.6 8 506 3265 9 58.6°C to 110°C) .2 3 76. L COLOR: Orange COEFFICIENT OF FRICTION: .vibrationmounts.100 .6°C) Room Temperature +230°F (110°C) PATTERNED 60 fn = 24 Hz fn = 27 Hz fn = 19 Hz 180 LOAD DEFLECTION vs.0 2.125 400 . LOAD (PSI) (STATIC) 50 20 120 90 60 10 30 APPLIED LOAD IN PSI 30 FREQUENCY IN HZ 40 150 G IN 30 60 45 75 90 G AD LO N U STATIC LOAD IN PSI 15 0 IN AD LO DEFLECTION IN PERCENT OF ORIGINAL THICKNESS 105 120 0 1.8 2400 1200 800 1.4 8. L mm 558 in.8 6.8 W NATURAL FREQUENCY vs TEMP AT 100 PSI (7 kgf/cm2): T -50°F (-45.1 203.2 * V10R10-44 * V10R10-36 4 101.2 6 * V10R10-48 4 101.0 TRANSMISSIBILTY TRANSMISSIBILITY LOAD vs.031 .080 .3662 Fax: 516.com Phone: 516. sq.0 STATIC LOAD IN PSI 8.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • FOR STANDARD LOADS OF 50 TO 100 PSI (3.1 16 103.5 TO 7 kgf/cm2) A compound of two layers of tough vinyl chloride elastomeric resin bonded to both sides of a strong reinforcing core of monofilament fiberglass and fused in a special process. in.50 .6 4 101. 23 T mm in.6 11.060 .160 .250 .2 32 206. DEFLECTION 2000 LOSS RATIO OF fo (Applied Frequency) fn (Natural Frequency) 1.2 12.180 W in.328.140 . cm 584 V10R10-00 22 * V10R10-33 3 76.2 152.2 4.020 .0 20 15 10 5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 10 S E C T I O N 83 TEMPERATURE RANGE: -50°F to +230°F (-45.6 3.062 .0 9. Pad Area mm sq.120 .10 DEFLECTION IN INCHES 0 Catalog Number .9 *Priced per box of 12 pieces.6 3 76.4 18 116.0 . 8-2 GAIN SCALE IN DB 1600 4.5 5/8 15. RECOVERY NATURAL FREQUENCY vs.• MATERIAL: Iso-Pads www.040 .

4 mm) increments. safety requirements or local ordinances.8 . The bolt head should be isolated from the machine base or feet by using a metal washer over a piece of ISO-PAD. mm in. Shimming instructions would apply for bolted machinery. 1 Fig. 2 • FIG.8 Color: Orange Sheet Dimensions Catalog Number V10R11-A00 W L T in.M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Iso-Pad Sheets www.3365 • UNPATTERNED • PATTERNED Fig. 2 ISO-PAD FOR SHIM (PATTERNED) Coefficient of Friction: . mm in.328.vibrationmounts.4 For Machine Leveling: SHIM increases ISO-PAD height in 3/32 in. • FIG. and slipped over the bolt. 1 ISO-PAD FOR BOLT INSULATOR (UNPATTERNED) Color: Orange Sheet Dimensions Catalog Number W V10R11-B11 L T in. rolled into a cylinder.062 as required) ISO-PAD MACHINE ISO-PAD FLOOR 8-3 METAL WASHER (3/16 thick) ISO-PAD ISO-PAD BOLT INSULATOR S E C T I O N 83 Coefficient of Friction: . It is especially useful in assuring level machine installations on unlevel floors.com Phone: 516. (2. use ISO-PAD SHIM to isolate them from the machine base and eliminate metal-to-metal contact. machinery must be bolted down because of unbalanced structure. If metal shims are required. mm 22 558 22 558 3/32 2. mm in. ISO-PAD SHIM has a composition similiar to ISO-PAD Standard.3662 Fax: 516.328. mm in. (See previous page for ISO-PAD Standard) TYPICAL INSTALLATIONS: MACHINE ISO-PAD SHIM STANDARD METAL SHIM STOCK (. This can be achieved with Bolt Insulator material cut to size.4 3/32 2. upward pull.4 11 279.4 For Bolt Isolation: Occasionally. mm 11 279.001 TO . The body of the bolt must also be isolated.

4 1 25.1 V10R 9-44 4 101.4 kgf/cm ) Vinyl Chloride Elastomeric Resin UNPATTERNED 2 L W T -50 °F (-45.0 4.• MATERIAL: Iso-Pads www.0 1.6 16 103.4 TO 8.0 .100 Pad Dimensions in.4 8-4 3265 SCALE IN dB 60 80 VS. sq.8 V10R 9-33 3 76. mm in.6 4 101.vibrationmounts.4 .4 7.0 4.2 584 506 1/4 6.6 6.com Phone: 516.8 2 50.328.2 3 76.075 COLOR: Orange TEMPERATURE RANGE: -50° F to +230° F (-45. RECOVERY UN LO AD IN G FREQUENCY IN Hz 80 LOAD DEFLECTION 100 LO AD IN G NATURAL FREQUENCY VS.250 .10 .8 120 40 60 40 20 20 15 0 30 1200 STATIC LOAD IN PSI 60 75 90 105 120 45 0 . T mm GAIN LOSS f (Applied Frequency) RATIO OF o fn(Natural Frequency) 1.062 0 DEFLECTION IN INCHES .6 in.3662 Fax: 516.0 2. cm V10R 9-00 22 V10R 9-11 1 25.8 TRANSMISSIBILITY STATIC LOAD IN PSI 800 600 400 8.4 1 6. mm sq.4 3. in.0 Pad Area L W TRANSMISSIBILITY LOAD VS.8 4 25.2 558 23 DEFLECTION IN PERCENT OF ORIGINAL THICKNESS THICKNESS 2.6°C to 110°C) .2 9 58.125 200 .5 V10R 9-22 2 50.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • FOR LIGHT LOADS OF 20 TO 120 PSI (1.6 kgf/cm2) .025 .2 4.050 .6°C) Room Temperature +230° F (110°C) fn = 24 Hz fn = 40 Hz fn = 24 Hz COEFFICIENT OF FRICTION: .8 5. LOAD (PSI) (STATIC) APPLIED LOAD IN PSI 120 100 20 15 10 5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 10 S E C T I O N 83 NATURAL FREQUENCY vs.031 . TEMP. DEFLECTION 1000 Catalog Number 1.328.50 . AT 80 PSI (5.

328.vibrationmounts.97) 20 (.43) 100 (220) 200 (441) 150 (331) 300 (661) 600 (1323) 400 (882) 1500 (3307) V10R79MPA07025 V10R79MPA07030 70 (2.76) 70 (2.) mm (in.97) 50 (1.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • 100% RUBBER • HOLE FOR EASY INSTALLATION • GREAT FOR IMPACT LOADS Natural Rubber (55-60 Shore A Black) E New D L Metric Catalog Number V10R79MPA05020 E L t D Max.76) 80 (3.15) 80 (3.36) 11 (.94) V10R79MPA07035 V10R79MPA08035 V10R79MPA10030 V10R79MPA10060 — — — 35 (1.38) 30 (1.• MATERIAL: Square Rubber Mounts www.com Phone: 516. Load mm (in.18) 35 (1.18) 60 (2.3662 Fax: 516.98) 30 (1.) kgf (lb.328.38) 35 (1.79) 25 (.) mm (in.) 50 (1.38) — 40 (1.94) 100 (3.15) 100 (3.) mm (in.57) S E C T I O N 8 t PERFORMANCE GRAPHS 16000 3500 V10R79MPA10060 V10R79MPA07035 3000 14000 12000 2500 10000 V10R79MPA07025 2000 8000 V10R79MPA07030 1500 V10R79MPA08035 6000 1000 V10R79MPA05020 4000 500 0 V10R79MPA10030 2000 1 2 3 4 5 6 0 8-5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 .

vibrationmounts.2) % 10 (./in. 1 V10R78MS300-10.39) 26 (38) 12 (. GLUED MOUNTING: Attachment using glue.79) 40 (58) V10R78MS300-10N 1 * V10R78MS300-10CR 30 V10R78MS400-12N 2 V10R78MS400-20N *The material for this item is Neoprene. .96) Dimensions in ( ) are in.47) 30 (44) 20 (.. to insulate the different legs of a machine.328.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • VERSATILE • SMALL FOOTPRINT Natural Black Rubber (Ozone-Resistant Rubber) New Fig.• MATERIAL: Pads – Single Ribbed www.328.02) V10R78MS400-12N Fig. METAL BASEPLATE MOUNTING METAL PADS METAL 8-6 SPLIT MOUNTING: One single pad can be used by splitting it. ASSEMBLY EXAMPLES DIRECT MOUNTING: Free installation of the machine on the pad simply by resting it there.96) 380 (14.com Phone: 516.96) Metric S E C T I O N 83 380 (14. t 280 (11.3662 Fax: 516.02) 280 (11.96) 380 (14.) N/cm2 (lb. Catalog Number Figure Number t Thickness Compression Load Admissible Temporary Overload mm (in. 2 V10R78MS400-20N t t 380 (14.

) mm (in.2) 360 (14. whether or not they are of the same hardness.) N/cm2 (lb.2) 360 (14.2) 32 (1.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • VERSATILE • SMALL FOOTPRINT Natural Black Rubber (Ozone-Resistant Rubber) New H W Metric S E C T I O N 83 t Fig. 1 Fig. compress simultaneously.) mm (in.2) 360 (14. 8-7 Fig. Fig. 1 Shown for example The serrated sides of the pads enable the pads to fit together so that they generate greater continuity to help insulate vibrations better.2) 24 (.26) 45 (65) Catalog Number Fig.95) 40 (58) V10R78MD400-32 3 360 (14. No.vibrationmounts.328. 2 H Height W Width t Thickness Compression Load mm (in.com Phone: 516.328. PADS (matched antivibratory pads)./in.63) 35 (51) V10R78MD400-24 2 360 (14.2) 16 (.• MATERIAL: Pads – Paired Ribbed www.3662 Fax: 516. 3 Admissible Temporary Overload Made up of % (2x) V10R78MS400-12N 30 (1x) V10R78MS400-12N (1x) V10R78MS400-20N (2x) V10R78MS400-20N .2) V10R78MD400-16 1 360 (14.

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Silicone Foam Pads
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Silicone Foam

• OUTSTANDING DURABILITY • LOW COMPRESSION SET • DURABLE IN ANY WEATHER
• FOR OUTSIDE USE • SHOCK ABSORBER • LOW FLAMMABILITY

New

W

Metric

L

TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°C to 200°C (-40°F to 392°F)

Catalog Number

W
Width

L
Length

T
Thickness

Color

V10Z62MNPGRN

450 (17.72)

500 (19.69) *

3 (.118)

Green

V10Z62MNPWTE

300 (11.81)

500 (19.69) **

6 (.236)

White

* Maximum length - 2000 mm (78.7) on special order.
* * Maximum length - 1000 mm (39.4) on special order.
CHARACTERISTICS:
COMPRESSION SET
50

Specific Gravity

0.26

Tensile Strength (Mega Pascal)

0.32

Elongation (%)

COMPRESSION (%)

40

73

Young's Modulus (Kilo Pascal)

269.5

Specific Heat (Joule/g • °K)

1.15

Thermal Conductivity (Watt/m • °K)
Specific Volume Resistance Ratio (Ω • cm)

30

Dielectric Breakdown Strength (kV/mm)
20

Chemical
Resistance

10
1
0.2
Silicone Chloro- Poly- Urethane
Foam prene ethylene Foam
Foam
1. Compress the materials by 50% and leave
compressed for 22 hours in 70°C (158°F).
2. Release compression and leave subject in
normal temperature for 30 minutes.

X = Has a reaction
O = No reaction

NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.

8-8

0.06
3.8x1014
3.8

Toluene

X

Acetone

X

Methanol

O

Distilled H20

O

Fuel

X

Lubricant

X

NaCI (10%)

O

HCI (10%)

O

NaOH (5%)

O

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• LOW RESONANCE MAGNIFICATION • OZONE, UV AND CHEMICAL RESISTANT
• ABSORBS SHOCKS • REDUCES NOISE

Silicone Gel

Ø9
(.354)

New

Ø10
(.394)

100
(3.94)

Metric
5
(.197)

100
(3.94)
NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch

TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°C to +200°C (-40°F to +392°F)

Optimum
Load

Catalog Number

Resonance Resonance Recommended
Point
Magnification
Frequency

kgf/pad(lb./pad)

Hz

dB

Hz

4.4)

27 to 21

6

from 38

V10Z62MSN02

0.5 to 2 (1.1 to

V10Z62MSN05

2

to 5 (4.4 to 11.0)

29 to 23

8

from 40

V10Z62MSN15

5

to 15 (11.0 to 33.1)

26 to 18

13

from 37

V10Z62MSN50

15

to 50 (33.1 to 110.2)

22 to 15

20 to 18

from 30

Deflection
mm (in.)
1.4 to 3
(.06 to .12)
1.5 to 2.5
(.06 to .10)
1.1 to 2.2
(.04 to .09)
0.7 to 2
(.03 to .08)

Color
Yellow
Green
Orange
Blue

• Divide for light load. Add for heavy load.
• Make sure of total object load and then

INSTALLATION

select optimum gel pad.

OBJECT

BOARD

(Example)

• For 0.3 kgf (.66 lb.) load, add a

GEL PAD

8-9

board for extra weight or divide
V10Z62MSN02 to reduce
projections.
For 10 kgf (22.1 lb.) load, divide
V10Z62MSN15 into pieces.
For 80 kgf (176.4 lb.) load, use
two of V10Z62MSN50 and
divide if needed.

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• LOW COMPRESSION SET • HIGH CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
• HIGH WEATHER RESISTANCE • EFFECTIVE IN NARROW SPACE

Silicone Gel

ADHESIVE AGENT ON ONE SIDE

New
W

T

L

Fig. 1
ADHESIVE AGENT
ON ONE SIDE

Metric
W

T

Fig. 2

TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°C to 100°C (-40°F to 212°F)

W
Width

Catalog Number

• Fig. 1

L
Length

T
Thickness

TAPE
V10Z62MGT1

10 (.394)

V10Z62MGT2

20 (.787)

V10Z62MGT3

10 (.394)

V10Z62MGT4

20 (.787)

V10Z62MGT5

10 (.394)

V10Z62MGT6

20 (.787)

1 (.039)

1000
(39.4)

2 (.079)

3 (.118)

• Fig. 2

CHIPS*
V10Z62MGC1

3 (.118)
10 (.394)

10 (.394)

V10Z62MGC2

5 (.197)

V10Z62MGC3

3 (.118)

V10Z62MGC4

15 (.591)

15 (.591)

5 (.197)

V10Z62MGC5

10 (.394)

V10Z62MGC6

3 (.118)

V10Z62MGC7
V10Z62MGC8

20 (.787)

20 (.787)

5 (.197)
10 (.394)

*Priced per sheet (25 chips per sheet)
NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.

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495 (12.94) 3/8 (9.49) .610 (15.D. L L1 1-1/4 (31. Set Screw 5/16 (7.2500 (6.1) 1.vibrationmounts.1) 1.4) L2 1-1/4 (31.27) S E C T I O N 9 Catalog Number .0005 (+0.048) .53) .440 (11. D2 Hub Dia.• MATERIAL: Couplings – Neo-Flex – Short www.757) . Lateral Offset Ribbed Style Smooth Style 5° .610 (15.257 (6.D. 9-2 100 (0.610 (15.35) D1 Hub Dia. D1 A1 SPOT DRILL SET SCREW 11/16 13/16 D2 (17.1248 (3.1875 (4.8) #2-56 #2-56 #2-56 / #4-40 #2-56 #2-56 / #4-40 #4-40 .757) .013) A2 Bore +.257 (6.440 (11.1875 (4.49) .048) .264 (32.17) .328.17) .328 (8.17) .5) (20. Durometer 73 L L1 L2 D1 A1 • MOLDED NEOPRENE CENTER • SHAFT-TO SHAFT INSULATION • FAIRLOC® AND PIN TYPE HUBS TORSIONAL VIBRATION ISOLATION • 1/4 (6.295 (7.D.2500 (6.1) #2-56 .5) (20.71) 120 (0.53) 1.27) Max.610 (15.7) 3/8 (9.001 (+0.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Hubs – 303 Stainless Steel Center – Molded Neoprene.1873 (4.57) .264 (32.763) .440 (11.53) 1/2 (12.06) 180 (1.345) .2498 (6.1873 (4.6) O.264 (32.D.048) . D1 A1 Fig 1.53) .440 (11. L1 Hub Length L2 Hub Length L Overall Length ± 1/64 (± 0.335 (33. in.175) .13) Fig.295 (7.2500 (6.7) 1/2 (12.1250 (3.49) Fig.85) 150 (1.85) 150 (1. 1 Fairloc® Type Hub Ribbed Style Smooth Style V50FSR-0303 V50FSR-0304 V50FSR-0404 V50FSR-0406 V50FSR-0408 V50FSR-0606 V50FSR-0608 V50FSR-0808 V50FSS-0303 V50FSS-0304 V50FSS-0404 V50FSS-0406 V50FSS-0408 V50FSS-0606 V50FSS-0608 V50FSS-0808 A1 Bore A2 Bore +.94) 5/16 (7.025) .1250 (3.7) Max. D2 Hub Dia.295 (7. 2 Pin Type Hub Catalog Number Ribbed Style Smooth Style V50PSR-0303 V50PSR-0304 V50PSR-0404 V50PSR-0406 V50PSR-0408 V50PSR-0606 V50PSR-0608 V50PSR-0808 V50PSS-0303 V50PSS-0304 V50PSS-0404 V50PSS-0406 V50PSS-0408 V50PSS-0606 V50PSS-0608 V50PSS-0808 A1 Bore +.757) .53) .4) A2 11/16 13/16 A 2 D2 (17.D.1248 (3.345) .53) . D1 A1 1/4 (6.1) 1. O.71) 120 (0. (N • m) 100 (0.9) 1.8) SPOT DRILL SET SCREW 11/16 13/16 A 2 D2 (17.D.330 (33.048) .4) Cap Screw .57) .495 (12.302 (33.6) O.013) .6) O. Pin Type Hub NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.1200 (3.D.1248 (3.18) .3662 Fax: 516.5) (20.763) .328.6) O.345) .005 (0.1873 (4.53) 1/2 (12.495 (12. (N • m) Other bore sizes and combinations available on special order.33) .1) 1.18) .06) 180 (1.175) . O.264 (32.257 (6.18) . O.0005 (+0. Torque oz.1875 (4. MISALIGNMENT COMPENSATION Max. FairLoc® Type Hub Fig 2.5) (20.1200 (3.94) 3/8 (9.345) 5/16 (7.7) #2-56 #2-56 / #4-40 #2-56 / #6-32 #4-40 #4-40 / #6-32 #6-32 .49) 1.2498 (6.763) . in.1250 (3.com Phone: 516.35) .53) .175) .001 (+0.53) 1/2 (12. O.94) #2-56 5/16 (7.57) .49) .8) 11/16 13/16 A 2 D2 (17.49) .010 (0.35) .1200 (3. Torque oz.257 (6.53) .257 (6.D.49) D1 Hub Dia.025) +.257 (6.1200 (3.18) .25) 1° .35) .2500 (6.257 (6.2498 (6.2498 (6. Angular Offset Max.

24) 4 (.) M2 M2 M2/M2.5 0.71 (100) (.5 d2 D2 (.16) 5 (.85 (120) 16 (.28) NOTE: Fairloc® hubs require controlled shaft tolerances.28) (.5 (.34) M2.5 d2 D2 (.5 M2/M2.013 (.0005) 3 (.69) Ø20.32) 33.30) (.5 (. 2 Pin Type Hub d1 Bore Max. 7.31) Max. Durometer 73 ® 6.13 (.5 (. 2 Pin Type Hub Fig.16) 6 (.32) 33.43) 11 (.3 (.25) D1 d1 Ribbed Style l1 31.1 (1.5 (.24) 3 (.37) 12.5 (. Torque 7 (.34) M2. 7.32) 33.8 (1.12) 4 (.7 (.) M2 0.3662 Fax: 516.9 (.5 (.328.28) 7.5 (.5 (.24) 3 (.20) 6 (.63) 12.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • MOLDED NEOPRENE CENTER • SHAFT-TO-SHAFT INSULATION • TORSIONAL VIBRATION ISOLATION • FAIRLOC AND PIN TYPE HUBS 6. D2 Hub Dia.49) 12. Torque Set Screw N • m (oz.63) 7 33.1 (1.0.37) 12.49) 7 16 16 (.31) 9. MISALIGNMENT COMPENSATION Max.43) 12.49) 12.0010) +0.30) 7.24) 4 (.5 (.43) 12.6 (1.24) 6 (.30) 7 (.3 (.24) 5 (.6 (1.0010) 3 (.5 (.49) 16 (.5 (.24) D1 Hub Dia.30) 34.20) 6 (.43) 11 (.30) 7.7 (.12) 4 (.12) 4 (.25) SET SCREW L l1 l2 Ø17. in.25) 31.27 (180) Other bore sizes and combinations available on special order.vibrationmounts.com Phone: 516. 11 (.81) Ribbed Style L 6.50) 7.8 (1.50) N • m (oz.016) Ribbed Style Smooth Style V50PSRM0303 V50PSRM0304 V50PSRM0306 V50PSRM0404 V50PSRM0406 V50PSRM0606 V50PSSM0303 V50PSSM0304 V50PSSM0306 V50PSSM0404 V50PSSM0406 V50PSSM0606 d2 Bore +.24) 6 (.5 1.6 (1.37) 12.81) D1 d1 (.30) 33.6 (.328.81) D1 d1 SPOT DRILL Ø17.50) 9.4 (± . Lateral Offset Ribbed Style Smooth Style 5° 0.27 (180) Fig.0005) +0.30) 33.12) 4 (. Catalog Number Cap Screw D2 Hub Dia.63) l2 Hub Hub Length Length L Overall Length ± 0.30) 7.1 (1.31) 9.3 Hubs – 303 Stainless Steel Center – Molded Neoprene.3 (.013 (+.5 d2 D2 (9.20) 6 (.6 (. 9-3 S E C T I O N 9 Catalog Number . h6 or h7.25 (.010) 1° 0.25) Ø17.69) Ø20.5 (.49) 16 (.5 0.9 (.5 1.5 d2 D2 (. Suggested tolerance according to g6.81) D1 d1 Smooth Style SPOT DRILL Metric Smooth Style Fig.69) Ø20.5 (.24) l1 D1 Hub Dia.0.5 (.1 (1.6 (1.25) SET SCREW l2 Ø17. Angular Offset Max.7 (.30) 7.• MATERIAL: Couplings – Neo-Flex – Short www.6 (. 1 Fairloc® Hub Type Ribbed Style Smooth Style V50FSRM0303 V50FSRM0304 V50FSRM0305 V50FSRM0306 V50FSRM0404 V50FSRM0405 V50FSRM0406 V50FSRM0505 V50FSRM0506 V50FSRM0606 V50FSSM0303 V50FSSM0304 V50FSSM0305 V50FSSM0306 V50FSSM0404 V50FSSM0405 V50FSSM0406 V50FSSM0505 V50FSSM0506 V50FSSM0606 d1 Bore d2 Bore +.025 (+.28) 7.06 (150) 16 (.20) 6 (.71 (100) M2 0.16) 5 (.28) 7 (.005) Fig.30) 34.63) 11 (.5 (.16) 6 (.63) 7.1 (1. in.16) 5 (.9 (. 1 Fairloc Type Hub NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.85 (120) M3 1.6 (.30) 33.32) M2.5 (.025 (+.25) 6.63) 7.63) 16 (.16) 6 (.69) Ø20.

440 (11. O.257 (6.1875 (4. D1 A1 L 9/16 (14.06) 180 (1.94) 5/16 (7.D.295 (7.D.001 (+0.5) (20.3662 Fax: 516.M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • MATERIAL: Couplings – Neo-Flex – Long www.763) .048) .8) .257 (6.5) 9/16 (14.57) .2498 (6.53) .015 (0. O.27) Other bore sizes and combinations available on special order. Pin Type Hub SPOT DRILL 11/16 13/16 A2 D2 (17. D2 Hub Dia.1873 (4.49) D1 Hub Dia.49) #2-56 2.4) 2-1/2 (63.257 (6.53) .53) 1/2 (12. Pin Type Hub Ribbed Style Smooth Style 15° .35) D1 Hub Dia.001 (+0. (N • m) 100 (0. O.1875 (4.53) .17) .94) 3/8 (9.53) .590 (65.328 (8.1250 (3. 1 Fairloc® Type Hub .06) 180 (1.33) .D. Lateral Offset Fig 2.514 (63.4) 1/4 (6.7) Max. Torque oz.1248 (3.1250 (3.57) .1200 (3.328.6) O.1873 (4.49) .2500 (6.7) 3/8 (9.610 (15.495 (12.175) .4) Fig.D. in.345) 5/16 (7.257 (6. L1 Hub Length L2 Hub Length L Overall Length ± 1/64 Cap Screw .440 (11.D.49) (0.7) #2-56 #2-56 / #4-40 #2-56 / #6-32 #4-40 #4-40 / #6-32 #6-32 .295 (7.49) .7) 1/2 (12.1200 (3.9) #2-56 2.71) 120 (0. D1 A1 1/4 (6.3) SET SCREW Fig 1. D1 A1 Max.85) 150 (1.53) .57) .vibrationmounts.763) .85) 150 (1.048) .6) O. (N • m) 100 (0.440 (11. O.440 (11.610 (15.3365 Hubs – 303 Stainless Steel Center – Molded Neoprene.94) #2-56 5/16 (7.17) . Durometer 73 L 9/16 (14.4) 2-1/2 (63.1250 (3.0005 (+0.com Phone: 516.53) 1/2 (12.17) .53) 2.18) .514 (63.71) 120 (0.763) .013) .514 (63.610 (15.757) .345) .7) #2-56 / #4-40 #2-56 2.495 (12.2500 (6.9) #2-56 .35) .175) .4) 1/4 (6. 9-4 Max.1248 (3.53) 1/2 (12.2500 (6.49) .175) .1875 (4.025) .048) .1200 (3. FairLoc® Type Hub Fig 2.9) 2.257 (6.6) O. Set Screw 5/16 (7.345) .610 (15.3) L1 L2 13/16 11/16 A2 D2 (17.2498 (6.295 (7.585 (65.495 (12.2498 (6.35) .2500 (6. MISALIGNMENT COMPENSATION 11/16 13/16 d2 D2 (17.257 (6.048) .514 (63.9) 2.5) 9/16 (14.18) .2498 (6.3) SET SCREW SPOT DRILL NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.27) S E C T I O N 9 Fig.257 (6.5)(20. in.38) 8° .0005 (+0.757) .6) O. D2 Hub Dia. D1 A1 Fig 1.3) L1 • MOLDED NEOPRENE CENTER • SHAFT-TO SHAFT INSULATION • FAIRLOC® AND PIN TYPE HUBS • TORSIONAL VIBRATION ISOLATION L2 13/16 11/16 A2 D2 (17.757) . FairLoc® Type Hub 1/4 (6.18) .D.D.010 (0.328.1873 (4.35) .8) #2-56 / #4-40 #4-40 2.5) (20.D. 2 Pin Type Hub Catalog Number Ribbed Style Smooth Style V50PLR-0303 V50PLR-0304 V50PLR-0404 V50PLR-0406 V50PLR-0408 V50PLR-0606 V50PLR-0608 V50PLR-0808 V50PLS-0303 V50PLS-0304 V50PLS-0404 V50PLS-0406 V50PLS-0408 V50PLS-0606 V50PLS-0608 V50PLS-0808 A1 Bore +.25) Catalog Number Ribbed Style Smooth Style V50FLR-0303 V50FLR-0304 V50FLR-0404 V50FLR-0406 V50FLR-0408 V50FLR-0606 V50FLR-0608 V50FLR-0808 V50FLS-0303 V50FLS-0304 V50FLS-0404 V50FLS-0406 V50FLS-0408 V50FLS-0606 V50FLS-0608 V50FLS-0808 A1 Bore A2 Bore +.013) A2 Bore +. Angular Offset Max.18) .49) . Torque oz.552 (64.1248 (3.1200 (3.53) .5) (20.025) +.345) .94) 3/8 (9.

3 (.025 (+.28) 16 (.24) 6 (.6 (.63) 11 (.57) M2 M2 M2/M2.20) 6 (.5 (.63) 16 (.38 (.5 1.28) 7.3 (.0010) +. Fig.015) 8° 0.43) 12.010) Fig.3 (.63) 12.010) 0.4 (± .5 (. Lateral Offset Pin Type Hub Ribbed Smooth Style Style 15° 0.30) 7.57) 64.5 (.81) (.5 (.0.16) 6 (. Durometer 73 ® Fig.56) l1 l2 Ø20.55) 65. 9-5 Max.24) D1 Hub Dia. 1 Fairloc Type Hub L 14.59) M2.28) 7.56) SET SCREW NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.27 (180) D1 Hub Dia.49) 16 (.5 (.5 (.50) 9.43) 12.8 (2.25 (.5 (.0005) +.16) 5 (.5 0.7 (.24) 3 (.81) d2 D2 Ø17.06 (150) 7. 2 Pin Type Hub 6.20) 6 (.5 (.12) 4 (. D2 Hub Dia.5 (.37) 12. in.5 1.0.43) 11 (.12) 4 (. in.12) 4 (.5 (.63) 7 (.28) 7 (.57) 65.69) D1 d1 Metric Smooth Style Fig.3 (.5 M2/M2.) M2 0.25 (.CO • MATERIAL: Couplings – Neo-Flex – Long www.30) 7. 7.71 (100) M2 0.30) 65.50) N • m (oz.0010) 3 (.24) 3 (.27 (180) Other bore sizes and combinations available on special order.com Phone: 516.3 (2.69) D1 d1 Smooth Style MISALIGNMENT COMPENSATION Fairloc Type Hub Smooth Ribbed Style Style 1° 5° 0.6 d2 D2 Ø17.8 (2.3 (2. Suggested tolerance according to g6.5 (.) S E C T I O N 9 D 1 d1 .20) 6 (.16) 5 (.0.49) 12. 7. h6 or h7.16) 6 (.5 (.28) 16 (.57) 65.55) 65. 11 (.30) 7.5 (. SPOT DRILL Ø20.5 0.37) 12.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Hubs – 303 Stainless Steel Center – Molded Neoprene.59) M2.43) 11 (.5 (.38 (.015) Max.16) 6 (.013 (+.9 (.0.12) 4 (.328.7 (.016) 7 (.50) D2 Hub Dia.25) 63. Angular Offset Max.20) 6 (.8 (2.25) 63. Torque N • m (oz.30) 7 (.85 (120) 7.8 (2.5 (.328.5 (.9 (.8 (2.6 (.85 (120) M3 1.81) d2 D2 Ø17.63) NOTE: Fairloc® hubs require controlled shaft tolerances.63) 16 (.16) 5 (.3 (.30) 7.56) SET SCREW SPOT DRILL Ø20.24) l1 l2 Hub Length Hub Length L Overall Length ± 0.3 (.5 (2.6 d2 D2 Ø17.63) 16 (.013 (+.7 (.71 (100) M2.55) 64.31) 9.24) 6 (.37) 12.3 (.30) 65.24) 4 (.5 (.3 (2.49) 12.0005) 3 (. 2 Pin Type Hub Catalog Number Ribbed Style Smooth Style V50PLRM0303 V50PLRM0304 V50PLRM0306 V50PLRM0404 V50PLRM0406 V50PLRM0606 V50PLSM0303 V50PLSM0304 V50PLSM0306 V50PLSM0404 V50PLSM0406 V50PLSM0606 d1 Bore d2 Bore +.56) l1 • MOLDED NEOPRENE CENTER • SHAFT-TO-SHAFT INSULATION • TORSIONAL VIBRATION ISOLATION • FAIRLOC AND PIN TYPE HUBS l2 Ø20.50) 14.69) D1 d1 Ribbed Style L 14.31) 9.49) 7 (.3662 Fax: 516.vibrationmounts.24) 4 (. Torque Set Screw Cap Screw Max.3 (2. 1 Fairloc® Type Hub Catalog Number Ribbed Style Smooth Style V50FLRM0303 V50FLRM0304 V50FLRM0305 V50FLRM0306 V50FLRM0404 V50FLRM0405 V50FLRM0406 V50FLRM0505 V50FLRM0506 V50FLRM0606 V50FLSM0303 V50FLSM0304 V50FLSM0305 V50FLSM0306 V50FLSM0404 V50FLSM0405 V50FLSM0406 V50FLSM0505 V50FLSM0506 V50FLSM0606 d1 Bore d2 Bore +.3 (.50) 14.025 (+.81) (.50) 12.25) 6.5 (.25) 6.7 (.49) 16 (.30) 64.24) 5 (.5 (.5 (.5 (2.69) Ribbed Style 6.

5) 4.591 (15) S E C T I O N 9 NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.8 Polyurethane (0.4) -32 1-1/4 (31.328.6 (0.3) (4.53) .2) 25/64 (9.2) Rated Torque Coupling Size 16 20 25 32 Max.394 (10) .328.8) 15/64 (6) 15/32 (11.35) .9) V 5R2 -20 25/32 (19.1) 1/8 (3. rpm lb.1) 19/32 (15.9) 1-57/64 (48) 53/64 (21) 9/16 (14. ∆ To complete the Catalog Number.9) ) Max. specify: 8 for a Polyurethane Spline 9 for a Hytrel Spline Example: For a Complete Coupling with a Polyurethane Spline.472 (12) #6-32 **Other bore diameter combinations and bore sizes not exceeding the maximum listed above are available on special order.001 -. specify Catalog Number V 5Z28-2008.75) (1. Bore ** .35) .3365 M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • HYTREL SPLINE FOR HEAVY-DUTY Spline – Hytrel or Polyurethane Hub – Zinc Alloy Die Casting (Sizes 16.6 13.9) 5/16 (7. 20.250 (6.500 (12.9) 35/64 (13. 9-6 T Set Screw .315 (8) #4-40 .375 (9.4 39.025 0 .3662 Fax: 516.3 20.5) (2. ( V 5R2 -16 5/8 (15.7) 13/64 (5.53) .375 (9.250 (6. Lateral Offset – .9) 5/32 (4) 5/16 (7. B K K 2 E FEATURES: • High rpm • Electrically Isolated • Dampens Shock & Vibration • No Lubrication MISALIGNMENT COMPENSATION TEMPERATURE RANGE: Hytrel -22°F to +212°F (-30°C to +100°C) Polyurethane -4°F to +140°F (-20°C to +60°C) Max. Angular Offset – 2° Max. in.9) 21/32 (16.7) L Length D K E Spline Length M Spline Bore 1-1/16 (27) 15/32 (11.9) 45/64 (17.4 8.000 +0.9) 7/16 (11.com Phone: 516.8) V 5R2 +.5) (3) 24000 19000 15000 12000 Catalog Complete Coupling Hub Only V 5Z2 -1608 V 5D28-1608 V 5Z2 -2008 V 5D28-2008 V 5Z2 -2012 V 5D28-2012 V 5Z2 -2508 V 5D28-2508 V 5Z2 -2512 V 5D28-2512 V 5Z2 -3212 V 5D28-3212 V 5Z2 -3216 V 5D28-3216 Spline Only O.9) 1-39/64 (40.CO • MATERIAL: Couplings – Flexible – Spline Type www.9) 15/32 (11.D.5) (1) (1. B Bore Number∆ .375 (9.D.008 (0. 25) – Sintered Metal (Size 32) L T (2 at 90°) D (TYP) M O.3 26.250 (6.35) .8) V 5R2 -25 1 (25.53) .1) 25/64 (9.vibrationmounts. (N • m) Hytrel 6.2) 15/64 (6) 1-11/32 (34.3) 25/32 (19.8 13.

31 & .31) V 5Z2 M2005 V 5D28M2005 5 (.26) 12 (.0006) *Bore Tolerance: 4.8) 1.31) V 5R2 M25 V 5Z2 M2510 V 5D28M2510 (.55) (.027 (. 25) – Sintered Metal (Size 32) HIGH-TEMPERATURE APPLICATIONS T (2 at 90°) L S (TYP) w d D l1 1 l 2 1 l2 Metric The projections are shown per ISO convention.06) V 5Z2 M1606 V 5D28M1606 6 (.12 +.31) 10 (.47) (.39) 18 12 17 5 (.4) 1 (8.014 (.39) V 5Z2 M2506 V 5D28M2506 6 (.75 (6.24 +.67) (.5 (13.61) V 5Z2 M2512 V 5D28M2512 12 (.47) (.6) Max. specify Catalog Number V 5Z29M1604 9-7 S l1 l2 w 12 8 11 3 (.4) 4.) Hytrel Polyurethane 0.018 (. Angular Offset – 2° Max.31) (1.39) V 5R2 M32 V 5Z2 M3212 V 5D28M3212 (1. Number∆ .3662 Fax: 516.47) M4 12 (.3 (20.24) V 5Z2 M2508 V 5D28M2508 25 41 8 (.0007) 8 & 10 mm +0.39) 12 (.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • HYTREL SPLINE FOR HIGH-TORQUE AND Spline – Hytrel or Polyurethane Hub – Zinc Alloy Die Casting (Sizes 16.89) V 5Z2 M3214 V 5D28M3214 14 (.98) 10 (. 5 & 6 mm +0.47) (1. rpm 24000 19000 15000 12000 Catalog Complete Coupling Hub Only Spline Only D d* Bore H8 L V 5Z2 M1603 V 5D28M1603 3 (.20) (.39) (.47) V 5Z2 M3208 V 5D28M3208 8 (.3) 2.71) (.24) V 5Z2 M1608 V 5D28M1608 8 (.20) V 5Z2 M2006 V 5D28M2006 20 34 6 (.79) (.20 & .5 (39.31) V 5Z2 M3210 V 5D28M3210 32 48 10 (. Bore ** 8 (.47 & .79) 8 (.16.55 +.328.59) (.47) 21 14 20 6 15 (. S E C T I O N 9 NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.24) V 5R2 M20 V 5Z2 M2008 V 5D28M2008 (.63) (1.31) (.55) 3 mm +0.24) 14 (.2 (.12) Spline Bore T Set Screw 6 (.43) (. Lateral Offset – 0.5 (4.6) 1.83) (. FEATURES: • High rpm • Electrically Isolated • Dampens Shock & Vibration • Blind Assembly • No Lubrication MISALIGNMENT COMPENSATION Max.16) 8 (.39 +.31) M3 15 10 14 4 (.022 (.59) (.20) 10 (.55) (. 20.001) ∆ To complete the Catalog Number. .12) V 5Z2 M1604 V 5D28M1604 4 (.3) 3 (26.328.• MATERIAL: Couplings – Flexible – Spline Type www.39) (1. specify: 8 for a Polyurethane Spline 9 for a Hytrel Spline Example: For a Complete Coupling with a Hytrel Spline.vibrationmounts.34) V 5Z2 M2010 V 5D28M2010 10 (.008) TEMPERATURE RANGE: Hytrel -30°C to +100°C (-22°F to +212°F) Polyurethane -20°C to +60°C (-4°F to +140°F) Rated Torque Coupling Size 16 20 25 32 N • m ( lb. in.0009) 12 & 14 mm +0.8) 0.5 (13.55) **Other bore diameter combinations and bore sizes not exceeding the maximum listed above are available on special order.16) 16 27 V 5Z2 M1605 V 5D28M1605 V 5R2 M16 5 (.com Phone: 516.24) Max.

25/32 (19.3125 (7.004 .9) 19/32 (15.53) .3125 (7.5) 110 (12.003 .9) S E C T I O N 9 D .000 (+0.004 (-30°C to +90°C) (-44°C to +120°C) .250 (6.002 9-8 (0.9) 150 (16.D. Allows limited axial motion. S C SPIDER COMPLETE COUPLING CATALOG NUMBER DESIGNATION: (Consists of two hubs and a spider) FEATURES: Precision machined hub with integral fasteners & prestressed spiders which eliminate backlash. D Length Through Bore Rated Torque Max.9) 15/32 (11.005 (-50°C to +79°C) (-60°C to +120°C) . Lateral Offset .8) 1-3/16 (30.8) See Spider Data .2) 1-37/64 (40.27) S Cap Screw .1) • HUB ONLY Catalog Number V V V V V V V V 5A27-2008 5A27-2010 5A27-3008 5A27-3010 5A27-3012 5A27-4012 5A27-4016 5A27-4020 Coupling Size Code 2008 2010 3008 3010 3012 4012 4016 4020 O.94) .328. (N • m) 19 (2.025) . Axial Motion 7/16 (11. V 5Z27– MISALIGNMENT COMPENSATION Max.1) 26 (2.9) 44 (5) 48 (5.1) 1-3/16 (30. Angular Offset – 1° Coupling Size Code Spider Durometer Code EXAMPLE: V 5Z27-201092 is a 25/32 (19.203) (0.500 (12.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • SPLIT HUB • PRELOADED RUBBER SPIDER Hubs – Aluminum Spider – NBR Rubber – 86.94) .9) #10-32 • SPIDER ONLY Catalog Number V V V V V V V V V 5R27-2086 5R27-2092 5R27-2098 5R27-3086 5R27-3092 5R27-3098 5R27-4086 5R27-4092 5R27-4098 O.001 (+0.76) .178) (0.D.152) (0.35) .008 -40°F to +194°F -58°F to +248°F .35) .02) .4) 66 (7.88) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.030 (0.250 (6.102) (0. coupling with a .1) 15/16 (23.040 (1.9) #6-40 .3662 Fax: 516.1) Durometer Code Color 86 92 98 86 92 98 86 92 98 Tan Black Rust Tan Black Rust Tan Black Rust Temp.1) B Bore +.076) (0.025) -.com Phone: 516. Coupling Series (Ref.27 (6.1) 19/32 (15.9) bore & a 92 durometer spider.vibrationmounts.2) 1-37/64 (40.53) . only) D L Overall Length C Distance Between Flanges V 5Z27-20… V 5Z27-30… V 5Z27-40… 25/32 (19.152) (0.3125 (7.375 (9.328.8) O.007 -58°F to +175°F -76°F to +248°F .2) 1-37/64 (40.43 (10.8) 1-3/16 (30.1) 2-23/64 (59.20 (5.D.2) 1-37/64 (40.006 (-40°C t0 +90°C) (-50°C to +120°C) . 25/32 (19.006 -22°F to +194°F -48°F to +248°F .1) #4-40 .8) 1-3/16 (30. Range Operating Maximum Nonoperating Max.051) Rated Torque lb. in.9) 25/64 (9.102) (0. 92 or 98 Durometer L HUB B CAP SCREWS SUPPLIED O.375 (9.625 (15.D.4) 62 (7) 88 (9.127) (0.7) .CO • MATERIAL: Couplings – Flexible – Spider Type www.050 (1.

18) 40 (1.D.008) 0.47) 3 (26.28) M3 11 (.3662 Fax: 516.08 (.57) 30 (1.05) S E C T I O N 9 NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.18 (.006) 0.18) 40 (1.24) 8 (. Range Durometer Code Color 86 92 98 86 92 98 86 92 98 Tan Black Rust Tan Black Rust Tan Black Rust Operating Maximum Nonoperating -50°C to +80°C (-58°F to +176°F) -60°C to +120°C (-76°F to +248°F) -40°C to +90°C (-40°F to +194°F) -50°C to +120°C (-58°F to +248°F) -30°C to +90°C (-22°F to +194°F) -40°C to +120°C (-40°F to +248°F) 9-9 Max.94) See Spider Data 0.47) 15 (. only) D L Overall Length V 5Z27M20… V 5Z27M30… V 5Z27M40… 20 (.57) d +0.5 (48. in.59) L1 Length Through Bore Rated Torque Max.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • MATERIAL: • SPLIT TYPE HUB • PRELOADED RUBBER SPIDER Hubs – Aluminum Spider – NBR Rubber .002) 2.5 (66. Coupling Series (Ref.005) 0. 92 or 98 Durometer L HUB d CAP SCREWS SUPPLIED D l1 L1 C SPIDER Metric COMPLETE COUPLING CATALOG NUMBER DESIGNATION: (Consists of two hubs and a spider) FEATURES: Precision machined hub with integral fasteners & prestressed spiders which eliminate backlash.59) 24 (.1 (. V 5Z27M MISALIGNMENT COMPENSATION Max.) 0.79) 30 (1.13 (.004) 0.43) M4 • SPIDER ONLY Catalog Number V V V V V V V V V 5R27M2086 5R27M2092 5R27M2098 5R27M3086 5R27M3092 5R27M3098 5R27M4086 5R27M4092 5R27M4098 D 20 (.03) 1 (.18) 40 (1.86.51) 17 (150.2 (19.63) l1 Cap Screw 5 (.25) 5.328.328. Angular Offset – 1° Coupling Size Code Durometer Code EXAMPLE: V 5Z27M200692 is a 20mm O. Axial Motion 11 (.55) 5 (44.38) 12.007) 0.09 (.79) 30 (1.47) .79) 30 (1.47) 16 (. Allows limited axial motion.63) 7 (61.57) 60 (2.025 5 (.2) M3 7 (.5 (110.96) 10 (88.CO Couplings – Flexible – Spider Type www.39) 10 (.18) 40 (1. Lateral Offset Rated Torque N • m (lb.21 (.39) 12 (.06 (.com Phone: 516.003) 0.24) 8 (.36) 10 (.vibrationmounts.8 (.31) 10 (.2) 6 (. coupling with a 6mm bore & a 92 durometer spider. C Distance Between Flanges • HUB ONLY Catalog Number Coupling Size Code V V V V V V V V V 5A27M2005 5A27M2006 5A27M2008 5A27M3006 5A27M3008 5A27M3010 5A27M4010 5A27M4012 5A27M4016 2005 2006 2008 3006 3008 3010 4010 4012 4016 D 20 (.15 (.2 (.68) 7.004) 0.57) Temp.14 (.43) 15 (.31) 6 (.006) 0.39) 12 (.04) 1.

4 (0.8) 2-1/8 (54) 2-1/8 (54) 9/32 (7.11) 1/2 (12. Bore Windup @ Maximum Torque lb.com Phone: 516.7 1.44 (11. in.015 (0. .5 .5) 2-7/64 (53. Angular Offset – 1° Max.9) . @ 1800 rpm .10 . * These spiders have four legs only.3) . 9-10 Approximate Weight @ Max.38) Coupling Series 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 3-035.5) 1-3/4 (44.2) 144.76) 1/4 (6.05) 5.9) 1/2 (12.P. (N • m) 3.94) 3/8 (9.1) 13/16 (20.0 . 5/8 (15.94) 3/8 (9. BODY D SET SCREW L MISALIGNMENT COMPENSATION Max.5 . (kg) deg.20 ..50 4. .7) NOTE: Complete coupling consists of two bodies plus spider. H. 3-090.53) 7/16 (11.0 (16.18) 3/16 (4.35) 5/16 (7.75 1.00 Catalog Number Complete Coupling V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 3-03504 3-03506 3-03508 3-03510 3-03512 3-05008 3-05010 3-05012 3-05014 3-05016 3-07012 3-07014 3-07016 3-07508 3-07510 3-07512 3-07514 3-07516 3-09008 3-09010 3-09012 3-09014 3-09016 Body Only V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 3-03504 3-03506 3-03508 3-03510 3-03512 3-05008 3-05010 3-05012 3-05014 3-05016 3-07012 3-07014 3-07016 3-07508 3-07510 3-07512 3-07514 3-07516 3-09008 3-09010 3-09012 3-09014 3-09016 Spider Only V 5R 3-035 * V 5R 3-050 * V 5R 3-070 V 5R 3-075 V 5R 3-090 B Bore Size 1/8 (3.20 2.2 (0.0 (10.D.94) 3/8 (9.32 1/4 .P.2 S E C T I O N 9 NOTE: If couplings are run at 3600 rpm.54) 3..1) 15/32 (11.31 (7.CO • MATERIAL: Couplings – Flexible – Jaw Type www.11) 1/2 (12..9) 1-5/64 (27.7) 17/64 (6.4) 2 (50.3 (3) 43.53) 7/16 (11..vibrationmounts.9) 3/4 (19. 3-050.6) 13/16 (20.6) Rated Torque lb.D.20 1/4 ..9) .13 (3.20 1/4 .5 (0.328.7) 1/4 (6.31 (7.3662 Fax: 516.35) 5/16 (7. values shown in table can be doubled.09) 4.36) 4.20 1/4 .53) 7/16 (11.18) 3.8 (0.53) 7/16 (11.7) 3/8 (9.94) 3/8 (9.7) 1/4 (6.3) H.7) 1/2 (12.7) .6) 1-23/32 (43.11) 1/2 (12.6) #6 .4) 26.2 (0. (Reference Only) V V V V V NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.9) 90.7) 5/8 (15. L Overall Length C Distance Between Flanges D Length Through Bore Set Screw S 13/16 (20. 3-070.1 (0.11) 1/2 (12.7) 1/2 (12.328.2) O.35) 5/16 (7.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE • RUBBER SPIDER Body – Sintered Iron Spider – NBR Rubber – 80 Durometer S C SPIDER B O.4) 1-23/64 (34.53) 1/4 (6. Lateral Offset – .2 (4. 3-075.38 (9.35) 5/16 (7.

7) 1-1/2 (38.8) H.3) 2-3/8 (60.6) 3/16 (4.2) 5/32 (4) 1/4-20 1.7) .050) -.13) .7) 12 (1.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Sleeve – Neoprene with Ground O.3662 Fax: 516.6) C D K ±1/16 (±1.7) 2-1/4 (57.438 (11.53) .50 1.53) .P.38) .6) 5/32 (4) 1/4-20 1.90 (22.17 (29. .94) .D.375 (9.438 (11. @ 1750 rpm Max.500 (12.15 (29.015 (0. Hub – Zinc Alloy Die Casting S M SET SCREW O.9) .13) O.D.2) 1/32 (0.2) 5/16 (7.015 (0.125 (3.3) 1.78) .6) L ±1/16 (±1.188 (4.94) .9) 3/64 (1.43 (36.64) 3500 rpm -20°F to +160°F (-29°C to +71°C) Catalog Number Complete Coupling V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 5Z 1-1104 1-1106 1-1108 1-1110 1-1112 1-1810 1-1812 1-1814 1-1816 1-2110 1-2112 1-2114 1-2116 1-3112 1-3114 Hub Only V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 5D 1-1104 1-1106 1-1108 1-1110 1-1112 1-1810 1-1812 1-1814 1-1816 1-2110 1-2112 1-2114 1-2116 1-3112 1-3114 Sleeve Only V 5R 1-11 V 5R 1-18 V 5R 1-21 V 5R 1-31 B Bore +.2) 1.4) .51) .7) .375 (9.3125 (7.1) 1.com Phone: 516.• MATERIAL: Couplings – Flexible – Geargrip www. (N • m) 11 18 21 31 6 (0. Lateral Offset Max.53) .328.13) .4) 18 (2) 60 (6.500 (12.D.025) .78 (19.5) 1/16 (1.vibrationmounts.94) . in.8) 7/32 (5.45 (36.6) M S .33 .5) 1-19/32 (40.001 (0.8) 1/4-20 Set Screw #6-32 9-11 #8-32 S E C T I O N 9 Coupling Size NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.5) 1/16 (1.8) 1 (25.2) 5/16 (7.3125 (7.328.15 (29.025 (0.66 1° 1° 1°30' 2° .438 (11.35) .17 (29.70 (17. B C K D L FEATURES: • No Lubrication • Electrically Isolated • Dampens Shock & Vibration Nominal Torque lb.002 (0. Speed Operating Temperature .375 (9.250 (6.6) .53) . Angular Offset Max.020 (0.9) 1-19/32 (40.17 .2) 1.375 (9.8) 1/8 (3.8) 3/8 (9. ±1/16 (±1.56 (14.38) .3125 (7.18) .

and tear.250 (6.000 A* Fig. Flats Points V 5Z 7-10606 V 5Z 7-10808 1 V 5Z 7-11010 55/64 (21.13) . 2 INVERTED HUB D C Fig.6) #10-24 12 (1.2) (54. 1 STANDARD HUB E D Fig. DURABLE ELEMENT • Speeds up to 3600 rpm • Tough polyurethane material is strong.4) 15° 1/8 (3.2) 1-1/8 (28.4) 3/8 (9.53) .1875 (4.vibrationmounts.500 (12.500 (12.5) 1/16 (1.375 (9.4) 1 (25.3662 Fax: 516.in. Torque Set Capacity Angular Screw lb.7) TEMPERATURE RANGE : -4°F to +140°F -20°C to +60°C 11/16 (17.5) 2-7/16 (61.com Phone: 516. Zinc Plated Body – Polyurethane A* Points A* Flats B SET SCREW Fig.92) . 2 UNIQUE.3365 Hubs – Steel.8) 1-1/8 (28.250 (6.2) 1/4-20 28 (3.438 (11.375 (9.13) .8) 1-1/8 (28.7) . 1 C A* Flats B SET SCREW A* Points E Fig.53) .53) . No.76) .312 (7.051 0 ) .3) 10° 3/32 (2.312 (7.5) 1-7/8 (47.1) 2-1/4 (57. cut.2) 15° 3/16 (4.35) .16) #6-32 3 (0.500 (12. Catalog Number Dimensions B Bore +.002 C -. flexible.9) 1/4-20 40 (4.375 (9. Lateral Offset (N•m) (+.CO M PONENT • MATERIAL: S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Couplings – Flexible "K" Type www.6) 7/16 (11.4) (54) V 5Z 7-31616 V 5Z 7-41616 1-55/64 2-9/64 (47.3) 1-7/8 (47.6) 3/8 (9.7) .438 (11. Offset Max.328.4) D E Max.2) 9-12 S E C T I O N 9 OUTSTANDING HUB FEATURES • Annealed steel for maximum strength • Zinc plating to resist corrosion • Inside hub to decrease overall length • Rounded corners to prevent cutting • Precision swaged mechanical crimp • Accommodates standard size set screws .328.35) . Max.resistant • Unique configuration gives maximum flexibility • Generous radius for added strength • Ozone-proof • Full wraparound design stays securely in hub NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.92) .6) 1-5/8 (41.6) 1-3/16 (30.5) 15° 1/8 (3.6) V 5Z 7-11212 V 5Z 7-20808 V 5Z 7-21010 V 5Z 7-21212 V 5Z 7-21414 V 5Z 7-21616 2 V 5Z 7-31212 V 5Z 7-31414 1-53/64 2-1/8 (46.

39) 28.24) 24 28 8 (. Catalog Number Fig.and tear.13) 16 (. 1 STANDARD HUB L H Fig.10) (.31) 10 (. cut. flexible. Lateral Offset 10° 2.32) S E C T I O N 9 OUTSTANDING HUB FEATURES • Annealed steel for maximum strength • Zinc plating to resist corrosion • Inside hub to decrease overall length • Rounded corners to prevent cutting • Precision swaged mechanical crimp • Accommodates standard size set screws .97) (2.12) 9.5 (1.05 (+.2 (.4 (12.54) 25. 2 INVERTED HUB H D Fig.in.39) 9-13 59 (2.13) (lb.8 (.63) H L Max.03) 30 (1.resistant • Unique configuration gives maximum flexibility • Generous radius for added strength • Ozone-proof • Full wraparound design stays securely in hub TEMPERATURE RANGE: -20°C to +60°C -4°F to +140°F NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are inch.89) M5 1.69) (1.5 (.39) 10 (.8 (.) 17.328.55) (1.CO M PONENT • MATERIAL: S ADVA N TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Couplings – Flexible "K" Type www. 2 UNIQUE.55) 14 54 50 (. Torque Max. DURABLE ELEMENT • Speeds up to 3600 rpm • Tough polyurethane material is strong.85) 14 (.09) 15° 3.4 (1.4 (. S* Flats Points V 5Z 7M10606 V 5Z 7M10808 1 V 5Z 7M11010 V 5Z 7M21010 V 5Z 7M21414 2 V 5Z 7M41414 V 5Z 7M41616 Dimensions d Bore D +0.vibrationmounts.39) 43 47 (1.00) 8.33) 48 (1. Zinc Plated Body – Polyurethane S* Points S* Flats d SET SCREW Fig.5 (. Set Screw Capacity Angular N•m Offset Max. No. 1 D S* Points S* Flats d SET SCREW L Metric Fig.32) M6 3.com Phone: 516.94) (1.2 (28.002) 6 (.18) M3 0.328.3662 Fax: 516.69) 0.3365 Hubs – Steel.4 (3.

3662 Fax: 516.8) 1/4 (6.7) 2-1/2 (63.2) 3/16 (4.25) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.2) 3-1/2 (88. Lateral Offset – .5) 3 (76.• MATERIAL: Couplings – Flexible – Bantam www. 11/32 7/8 CAPACITY RATING: Rated 1/2 hp @ 1725 rpm MISALIGNMENT COMPENSATION Max.9) Couplings – Flexible – One-Piece • ONE-PIECE CONSTRUCTION Hubs – Steel Sleeves – Buna Nitrile Rubber L B 1/4-20 SET SCREW 1. Angular Offset – 7° Max.6) DIA. Angular Offset – 1-1/2° Max.4) 5/16 (7.0015 (+0.com Phone: 516.010 (0.038) -.30 DIA.0000 (+0.328.6) 3/8 (9.038) V 5R25-1 1/8 (3. in. Sleeve provides electrical insulation (0. Lateral Offset – 1/8 (3. Catalog Number Complete Coupling V V V V Bore Hub Only 5Z25-104 5Z25-106 5Z25-108 5Z25-110 V V V V 5D25-104 5D25-106 5D25-108 5D25-110 Sleeve Only +.328. 13/16 (20. Catalog Number B Bore L Length V 5R 5-2516 V 5R 5-3016 V 5R 5-3516 1/2 (12.21 N • m) MISALIGNMENT COMPENSATION Max.3365 M PONENT S ADVA N CO TION RA N D A TIVIB CE Hubs – Zinc Alloy Die Cast.vibrationmounts.9) 9-14 S E C T I O N 9 • MATERIAL: . Chromated Sleeve – Natsyn™ Polyisoprene Rubber 13/16 (20.2) NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are mm.5) 5/32 (4) #10-24 X 1/4 SET SCREW TWO EACH END BORE FEATURES: CAPACITY RATING: Isolates vibration up to 85% 1/20 hp @ 1725 rpm or 30 oz.