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Energy Absorption Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial energy absorption product manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source energy absorption product manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These energy absorption product companies can design, engineer and manufacture energy absorption products to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these energy absorption product manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of energy mount absorption, energy shock absorption, industrial energy absorption.

  • Rochester Hills, MI

    Since 1945, Bushings, Inc. has been a manufacturer of rubber mounts, in addition to many other varying quality and affordable products. Bushings provides precision products to meet the needs of several different industries. Check out their website today! With their quality ant-vibration equipment, Bushings can provide a custom solution for your specific problem.

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  • Denver, PA

    Weaver Industries is well known in the textile industry for their energy absorption. We have been providing energy absorption and vibration control products and other items since 1954. Our machinery mounts are custom-made vibration absorbers. Controlling vibration, shock and noise is made possible with Urethane: the longer lasting material!. Please call us today for more information!

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  • Springfield, OR

    Call Energy Kinetics for short lead times, expertise and optimal solutions to your vibration and noise control needs. We manufacture deceleration devices, tapered rod bumpers, elastomer bumpers and stops, as well as distribute hydraulic shock absorbers, vibration isolators and rotary dashpots.

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  • Mountain View, CA

    Moog CSA Engineering is an experienced vibration control consultant & manufacturer of vibration isolation systems for small businesses to government organizations. We offer a wide range of products such as custom isolators, vibration mounts & absorbers, vibration damping & much more. Call us or check out our website for more isolation services & solutions.

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  • Santa Fe Springs, CA

    Since our founding in 1986, we have evolved into a leading manufacturer of rubber molded products. With our team of knowledgeable engineers and technicians, you can count on us to work with you every step of the way--from product design to product completion. Services include quality assurance and tool design. Contact us today to learn more!

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

ITT Control Technologies Business Offers Broad Array of Tools

As one of the leading manufacturers in precision motion control products and energy absorption, ITT Corporation’s Control Technologies business has made a recent addition to the online tools that are offered for its Enidine and Turn-Act brands. The addition includes an online configurator for the Compact Automation brand by streamlining the ordering process which reduces the turnaround time for a customer to receive the product. This tool further enhances the customer experience by allowing customers to specify any design features for their customized product. With that, customers receive a specification... Read More

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Energy Absorption

Energy absorption is a crucial element of vibration control as it is the process that reduces the strength and magnitude of vibratory motions. These repetitive vibrations, if left unabsorbed and allowed to reach stationary mechanical components, can cause significant damage, slowed production and even complete mechanical failure.

Automotive, manufacturing, transportation, heating, cooling, metallurgical, transportation, machine building and even recording industries utilize energy absorption properties to protect vital machines and electronic components. Many of these devices are subject to both internal and external vibrations, either of which can have a significant impact on their final results. Therefore the absorbing material is often located between the inner mechanisms and the exterior support frame. Shock mounts, shock absorbers and brushings are common elements that use variable techniques to absorb the kinetic energy produced by motion. Apparatuses such as these work by diffusing energy as heat before it reaches adjacent surfaces. Where additional energy absorption is needed, rubber pads are placed under oscillating machinery. Even a slight amount of vibration control has a significant impact on enhanced performance, fuel economy and engine lifespan. Noise reduction is another notable benefit of energy absorption leading to decreased vibration, especially in enclosed spaces or industrial settings where noise can infringe upon worker safety.

As aforementioned, energy absorption involves taking in kinetic energy and diffusing it as heat energy. While several techniques may achieve this, the use of hydraulic springs and specialized materials are most commonly used for this purpose in industrial settings. Hydraulic energy absorption utilizes various fluids and an enclosed spring or piston system. Motion is transferred to the spring or piston which compresses the fluids thereby transferring the kinetic energy. The fluids, often oil or water, then convert the received energy into heat which dissipates through the outer cylinder. While hydraulic systems are common in engine mounts, other absorbers such as rubber mounts and bumpers are a popular alternative as they can adhere directly to the oscillatory mechanism. Extruded rubber elements form a barrier between metallic components. When either side encounters a jolt or shock, the energy must pass through the rubber before it will affect the adjacent metal piece. Rubbers such as neoprene, silicone and EPDM possess the variable heat resistant, chemical resistant and hysteretic properties necessary to absorb kinetic energy and diffuse it as heat energy in order to reduce unwanted movement. In some instances several layers of rubber are used to optimize the effect. Additionally, some machines use both hydraulic and rubber energy absorption techniques. While these devices and materials do not always eliminate all vibration, they significantly slow down and reduce the intensity of movements through energy absorption.