Dynemech Spring Isolator
Dynemech is providing anti vibration solutions to the Indian Industry for the last 10 years. We are the only company to provide almost all types of vibration control solutions under one roof. Our product range consists of stud mounts for very small machines to wedge mounts for precision machine tools, along with air springs for very low natural frequency vibration damping to spring isolators for heavy presses, hammers, gen sets etc. A spring isolator gives desired natural frequency to obtain phase difference in the frequencies for a rotating machine. Viscous Damping is an important feature of an isolation system. In most cases viscous damping is required to limit excessive movement which could occur as a machine operates at a speed near to, or coinciding with the resonant frequencies of the system. Generally this problem arises during slow run up and run down of rotating machines and during impact at each stroke in presses and hammers.
Advantages of Spring Isolators:
The numerous benefits associated with the use of spring vibration isolators are:
A MASSIVE reduction in the vibration in the works and the surrounding neighbourhood.
Protection of machinery against external vibration.
Extends the service life of machines.
Complies with environmental constraints.
Allows easy machinery leveling.
Combats foundation subsidence.
Reduced cost foundation.
Makes buildings and machinery safe from earthquakes.
Impact noise isolation.
Reducing Mills and Mixers
Coal and Stone Crushers
Pumps and Boilers etc.
All types of heavy industrial machinery
|The Springs are made in top grade wire & finished with protective coatings thus ensuring trouble free service life.|
Determine the all-up weight of the machine to be mounted including work loads
Estimate the position of its combined center of gravity in both horizontal and vertical planes allowing for work loads & any mobile loads; i.e. traversing work heads or tables etc.
Decide where the mountings are to be positioned.
Select mountings to give the required static deflection.
Where especially very high levels of isolation are required, for instance where the disturbing frequency is less than 12 Hz, higher deflection springs may be necessary. Please contact for our advise accordingly.