Rubber shock absorber
Damper rubber shock absorber function
The rubber shock absorber prevents vibration and pressure transfer, and has three main functions: anti-vibration, shock absorption, vibration isolation.
Vibration control to prevent machine failure
In machines where there is a lot of friction and also many moving parts are installed, it is necessary to control the vibrations. The moving parts of the machine are easily exposed to damage and fractures due to vibration and shocks caused by the machine. Makes noises and causes the device to malfunction.
Use of rubber shock absorbers
Rubber shock absorbers absorb energy and inhibit vibrations by releasing energy in various forms. Because of these shock-absorbing properties, rubber shock absorbers or rubber shock absorbers are often used to control vibrations and vibrations caused by electronic machines and devices. Product Applications There are many different applications that require a high level of balance. Applications such as DVD, CD-ROM, washing machine, car navigation and multimedia industry units, motorized units, precision machines are all of this type. Seismicity is required. Reducing, absorbing and isolating vibrations and vibrations is the main solution of these units.
Rubber shock absorber
Select Damper rubber shock absorber
The effectiveness of rubber shock absorbers depends on the pressure and frequency of vibrations, so in choosing the type of shock absorbers, it is important to pay attention to these two parameters in order to determine the type of shock absorber. By knowing the weight of the machine in which the vibrator will be used, the frequency and frequency of vibrations (including the number of rotations per minute) and the number of bases and the amount of vibration required to determine the type of vibrator.
Selection of bumpers for rotating equipment or machinery
Selection of bumpers for use in punches and presses
Selection of shock absorbers for general workshop machines
Damper rubber shock absorber design
Selection of materials: In order to reduce, absorb and isolate earthquakes, it is necessary to select materials that contribute to energy scattering. Energy scattering can be measured by dissipation coefficient. The higher the dissipation coefficient, the better the energy scattering. It reduces, absorbs and isolates vibrations better. The following table lists the types of tires used and the loss factor of each Loss Factor.