AVH Series Neoprene Rubber Isolators are light-duty economical antivibration hangers with small rubber elements fitted in steel housings.
All metal AVH housing frames are painted for better resistance to corrosion.
HA, HB, HC Series heavy-duty vibration isolation hangers incorporate a new design of steel housing with two sides bent down, considerably increasing the rigidity of the steel housing itself, which effectively eliminates the bending of the frame's bottom plate under heavy load. Elastomer elements have vulcanized steel washers in the top and bottom of the rubber inserts, providing even and uniform load distribution on the bottom place of the steel frame.
All antivibration hangers are used in the installation of suspended fans, A/C, pipes, ducts, transformers, air compressors, pumps, distribution cabinets, and other hanging structures and building services.
Elastomer/Rubber Isolators/Hangers: These isolator hangers are made of neoprene rubber. It is a more economical option than other types of hangers and are often used in less critical applications where standard vibrations/frequencies are present. These isolators comprise a molded, oil-resistant neoprene element that acts as a vibration isolator. This setup is encased in a stable metal housing, similar to our spring hangers.
Noise Reduction: Rubber Hanger/Mount can not only reduce vibration transmission but also be efficient in noise isolation. If installed to support machinery and equipment, these rubber isolators help minimize the noise generated by the mechanical devices from spreading to other parts of building or structures.
Easy Installation: Vibrasystems Inc Rubber Hangers are very easy to install. They just have to be connected by bolts and threaded rods that allow them to be mounted to the equipment or structure being isolated.
Maintenace: Like any other equipment, rubber hangers need to be inspected regularly against any rubber deformation due to the environment or overload. Any visible defects can cause equipment failure or reduction in vibration isolation effectiveness. Regular inspection and replacement are necessary and very important steps to maintain optimal performance.