Vibration Isolators 

February 02, 2015

Vibration is one of the most important things that engineers deal with. Too much of the wrong type of vibration in an electronic system can cause annoying noises and overly fast wear and tear, and excessive vibration in a bridge system can cause violent swaying and eventual collapse. Vibration isn’t always easy to predict, which is why engineers must both design systems to eliminate vibrations and also use vibration isolation to control the problem after a system is designed to the best of the engineer’s ability. There are many types of vibration isolator available today, but the most effective is, by far, Sorbothane, a proprietary visco-elastic substance that combines the best features of some of the more common vibration isolation tools that have been used throughout history.

 

Vibration Solution 

February 02, 2015

Whether you’re a computer designer or a computer owner, you have to deal with vibrations. For designers and engineers, vibrations can make or break a product, since excessive vibration can actually cause your computer to wear out and fall apart much more quickly. Computer owners, too, have to deal with vibrations, both vibrations from their computers and vibrations that affect their computers. Luckily, though, sorbothane, a unique visco-elastic vibration absorbing and controlling substance that can help both designers and owners of computers control vibrations in different ways.

 

What Does a Vibration Dampener Do? 

February 02, 2015

One of the banes of an engineer’s existence is vibration. This natural occurrence is useful in many cases, especially since vibrations allow us to hear sounds and interpret the world through hearing. However, whether you’re building an engine, a cell phone, or a computer, vibration can cause major mechanical problems. Extra vibrations can cause a machine or electronic gadget to make lots of noise, which is simply annoying. Plus, as you might know from listening to a car engine gone bad, lots of extra vibration – which is often heard as lots of extra noise – can actually cause a machine to break down and stop working altogether. This is why vibration dampeners are important in all fields of engineering.

 

Anti-Vibration Mount 

February 02, 2015

Whether you’re shooting a video of a roller derby match in a noisy arena, mounting a camera on a moving vehicle or shooting still footage at a child’s birthday party, the chances of vibrations occurring against your camera are very high. You can take care of this problem by using an anti vibration mount. If you can’t find what you need, why not use Sorbothane to invent your own mount for your camera?

 

Vibration Control 

February 02, 2015

Technology advances so quickly today that it can be difficult as an inventor or manufacturer to stay ahead of the pack. One way, though that you can build a better machine, whether your specialty is yard equipment, heavy machinery for factories or construction, or even play machines for children, is to use Sorbothane for your vibration control needs. Our unique liquid-solid product can bend under pressure to absorb shock and vibration that causes noise and unnecessary wear on your machine, and it helps you create a better product in three important ways: by controlling the amount of vibration and noise your machine creates, by making your machine function more smoothly, and by making your machine run longer.

 

Anti-Vibration Pads For Musicians 

February 02, 2015

The music industry is all about vibrations, and we’re not just talking about the good vibes of the seventies, either. If you’re into music, whether you write the songs, play the songs, or record the songs, you’re all about sound waves, which are, of course, vibrations. But then you have to deal with other vibes, too, especially if you go on tour. Not only do your instruments and equipment pieces take vibrations from the actual music you’re playing, but they also get potentially harmful vibrations from moving vans, moving trolleys, and booming bass speakers.

 

Anti-Vibration 

February 02, 2015

Controlling vibration – or anti vibration control – is very important for many reasons including damage to the human body and damage to structural or mechanical systems. Some of the most common anti vibration control application include pads, gloves, specially designed feet for machinery, mounts and tables. Of course these are just a sampling of the simple solutions around us every day.

 

Anti-Vibration Pads 

February 02, 2015

Sorbothane produces visco-elastic polymer anti vibration pads that are a versatile and affordable way to isolate shock and vibration as well as reduce noise levels. Our anti vibration pads as well as our sheet stock and other standard products are made with Sorbothane®, a highly-damped, visco-elastic, polymeric solid that “flows” like a liquid under load. Sorbothane® is a thermoset, polyether-based polyurethane that combines ultra high energy absorption with amazing memory to produce a highly effective pad.

 

Vibration Suppression Explained 

February 02, 2015

Vibration suppression is the practice of using damping, isolation or a cancellation solution to reduce or eliminate vibrations that would otherwise result in loss of performance or limit the useful life of a system. Tackling the most challenging problems related to vibration suppression is what Sorbothane® was invented for. Its unique, liquid solid (Visco-elastic) properties make it the material of choice for vibration suppression and isolation pads and much more.

 

Vibration Pad Applications 

February 02, 2015

Vibration pads are used in many applications for isolating noise, prolonging machine life, reducing maintenance costs and reducing excessive wear and tear. Vibration pads can reduce damage to everything from equipment, structures and even the human body.

 
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