Metal suspensions

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    • The SE120 mount is made of a round metal cushion covered with an anti-slip elastomer pad on both side.

    • Standard SE121 mountings have a cast steel base and a resilient element made from a stainless steel wire cushion.

    • 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

    • This suspension system is particularly suitable for mounting exhaust pipes from generator sets on board ship or permanently mounted in buildings.

    • 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.

    • The SE127 damper has a satin finish treated AG3 casing and mounting plate, a stainless steel centre axis. A spring and stainless steel cushion provide the resilient elements.

    • The SE131 mountings steel have a mounting plate, cover and swaged teel shaft. This mouting is available with stainless steel or mild steel zinc plated metalwork. The resilient parts are stainless steel wire cushions. The steel parts are zinc plated.

    • The SE124 dampers have a cover, an AG3 mounting plate and an AU4G shaft. The assembly is chromatised. The upper and lower stainless steel cushions are the resilient elements of the mounting. It has four Ø 8 mounting holes on the mounting plate and one M10 tapped hole on the upper cover.

    • 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.

    • The SE126 range has a pressed steel casing and mounting plate and light alloy shaft. The resilient element is a stainless steel wire pad.

    • 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.

    • All metal mounting comprising a stack of between one and three woven steel cushions giving a variation in natural frequency depending upon the number of cushions. This makes higher levels of isolation possible.