Silicone Vibration Isolators

The Vibro.SiL product series are anti-vibration products made of high quality silicone, applied in a wide operating temperature range. Specifically from -40 to +200°C, providing stable vibration isolation performance. They provide an effective shock and vibration isolation protection, as well as structure-borne noise reduction. They are environmentally friendly as they do not contain harmful additives. They offer very good weathering properties in regards to ozone and UV resistivity.
The anti-vibration silicone is softer than traditional natural anti-vibration rubber and other thermoplastic compounds and do not have the characteristic odor of natural rubber. It has very low compression set, which is a very critical parameter in vibration isolation.
It is suitable for applications in food, marine, avionic, defense and medical industries.

For more details in regards to Characteristic Properties of Silicon Gel Compounds and the technical comparison with natural rubber click in the below link:

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Vibro.SiL-mini

Vibro.SiL product series contain anti-vibration products made of high quality silicone, that can be applied in a wide operating temperature range.

Vibro.SiL-EM.3

The silicone anti-vibration metal - rubber mounts, Vibro.SiL-EM.3 can offer high vibration protection for compressors, pumps, fans, exhaust gas pipes / muffler support, sensitive electronic equipment etc

Vibro.SiL-EM.2

The silicone anti-vibration metal - rubber mounts, Vibro.SiL-EM.2 can offer high vibration protection for compressors, pumps, fans, exhaust gas pipes / muffler support.

Vibro.SiL-CH mini

The silicone anti-vibration hangers Vibro.SiL-CHmini can offer vibration protection in demanding vibration control applications for suspension of fans, exhaust gas pipes muffler hanger and other sensitive electronic equipment.

Characteristic Properties of Silicon gel Compounds VS natural rubber

Characteristic Properties of Silicon gel Compounds VS natural rubber from bibliography sources

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