Vibration pads are one of the most ground-breaking and innovative solutions designed exclusively for substantially reducing irksome noise and vibration. HVAC equipment and many other categories of machineries use them extensively. The pads, which are specially compounded anti-vibration mat, are available in various composite sizes, shapes, and custom designs for a wide range of applications.
Some of the significant features that add to the popularity of these anti vibration pads in the market are:
- Reduce point load vibration and noise
- High-quality insulation
- Easy to cut
- Resistant to moisture
Simple Solution for Several Machines and Equipment
Highly resistant to aging, compression set, water and oil, these anti vibration industrial pads offer considerable reduction and dampen vibrations and noise generated by machines such as:
- CNC Machine
- Lathe Machines
- Shearing Machines
- Power Presses
- Diesel Generator Set
- Precision Machining Tools
- Roll Grinder
- Textile Machines
- Stamping Machines
- Tool Room Machines
- Forging Hammers
- Pressure Die Casting Machines
- AHU Chiller
- Plastic Injection Molding Machine
- Printing and Packaging Machines
Besides significantly reducing vibrations and noise produced by machines and equipment, anti vibration pads are largely employed for providing firm footing to many kinds of floors.
Anti Vibration Flooring for Treadmill
Easy-to-install, substantially cost effective and a durable. A range of anti vibration pads are employed largely for machinery that produce intense vibrations and noise. Without any doubt, treadmills need these vibration pads for reducing the vibration generated by the motor and also for lessening the vibrational noise generated due to jogging or walking. Readily available from ¼ inch to 2.5 inches thick, these anti vibration industrial pads also protect floors from the abuse of heavy duty exercise equipment and other machines..
Since some treadmills have small legs and feet that rest on the floor, the shock sent down from the machine to the floor during the usage can seem to be amplified. By placing vibration pads of correct length and thickness under a treadmill machine, the impact of the shock and vibration delivered by the machine is spread across a larger area. This even spreading of shock and vibration leads to a considerable reduction of noise and vibration along with the protection of your floor surface.
Some anti-vibration pads are assembled into panels designed to fit an entire air conditioner such as found on roofs. These pad assemblies are also utilized a supports for larger treadmills and even as a complete floor for a room.
Some pads are assembled with rails for garage door openers and to provide footing of small motors and electrical boxes.
Regardless of the anti-vibration issue, there is usually a pad that will solve the problem. Free advice is at hand at the Soundproofing Forum at www.supersoundproofing.com