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Pneumatic Vibration Isolation Workstation 1VIS10W consists of 1VIS10, a Honeycomb Breadboard, and a protection Armrest. As you lean on the Armrest, it guards the honeycomb table from impacts of your body. This allows you to work at the table like at a conventional table, using microscope and other equipment. The suggested elevation ...
  • Height Of Vibration Isolation System: 770 mm
  • Vertical Movement Range: 14 mm
  • Precision Of Automatic Level Control: <= +/-0.3mm mm
  • Vertical Resonant Frequency: 1.5 Hz
  • Horizontal Resonant Frequency: 1.7 Hz
  • ...
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Pneumatic Vibration Isolation System 1VIS10 is an ideal foundation for equipment which is sensitive to vibration, e.g. microscopes, scales, interferometers, and similar devices. Work surface of the table is separated from the floor by means of a highly effective system of pneumatic supports. The system features solid and light ...
  • Height Of Vibration Isolation System: 600 mm
  • Vertical Movement Range: 14 mm
  • Precision Of Automatic Level Control: <= +/-0.3mm mm
  • Vertical Resonant Frequency: 1.5 Hz
  • Horizontal Resonant Frequency: 1.7 Hz
  • ...
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Pneumatic Vibration Isolation System 1VIS22 is an ideal foundation for equipment which is sensitive to vibration, e.g. microscopes, scales, interferometers, and similar devices. Work surface of the table is separated from the floor by means of a highly effective system of pneumatic supports, i.e. pneumatic springs with hydraulic ...
  • Height Of Vibration Isolation System: 400 mm
  • Vertical Movement Range: 14 mm
  • Precision Of Automatic Level Control: <= +/-0.3mm mm
  • Vertical Resonant Frequency: 1.5 Hz
  • Horizontal Resonant Frequency: 1.7 Hz
  • ...
Data Sheet

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Vibration isolation systems are built to suppress the propagation of mechanical waves among different parts of equipment. Two approaches are developed to achieve this goal. The first one is passive isolation. It makes use of materials and structures that absorb mechanical waves, and some commonly seen passive isolation components are pneumatic isolators, springs, and pads/sheets made of flexible materials such as elastomers, rubber, cork, dense foam and laminate materials. The second method is active isolation. It embeds the mechanical system with a feedback circuit, which can sense the vibration signals and generate stronger counteracting forces. Active isolation systems are able to monitor vibrations with much higher precision, and today they are utilized where structures smaller than a micrometer have to be produced or measured.