he SE114 mounting comprises one or more layers of elastomer bonded to flat, parallel metallic plates. These mountings may be cylindrical or rectangular. They are designed to withstand very high compressive loads. The range of mechanical characteristics is governed by the hardness of the rubber and the number of intermediate metallic plates.
The SE112 mounting is an adjustable equipment foot comprising a circular disc bonded to a protected elastomer base. An adjustement screw is fitted into the assembly. The elastomer base has anti-slip ridges.
The SE115 mounting comprises a conical rubber section bonded between inner and outer metal parts. Centre axis with threaded hole. Square (4 holes) or diamond base (2 holes) with clearance hole.
The SE120 mount is made of a round metal cushion covered with an anti-slip elastomer pad on both side.
Low profile mountings with high static and dynamic load range : 100% 316 stainless steel Natural frequency from 15 to 18 Hz Dynamic load in compression : 3 g
Flexible element : Metallic bobbins linked together by rayon fibres The whole unit is potted in natural rubber and is hexagonal
Flexible element : Precompressed natural rubber Bonded metal reinforcing mountings Precompression band (to be removed after installation)
Flexible element made up of a variable number of flexible studs depending on the torque to be transmitted : Solid natural rubber blocks in the form of a truncated cone Internal armature bonded to the rubber
Standard SE121 mountings have a cast steel base and a resilient element made from a stainless steel wire cushion.
The SE125 mountings have a cast iron cover and base with 4 mounting holes in the base and a central tapped hole in the cover.
This range of mountings has one or two steel mounting plates depending on the model, one or several high strength steel springs, 2 light alloy rings and a stainless steel wire cushion in each spring.
Machine mount available with a stud or threaded hole. Top cup and stud are mild steel zinc plated. Stainless steel wire mesh cushion. Natural frequency between 15 to 20 Hz.