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Shock Mounts Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of shock mount manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source shock mount manufactures with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate shock mount companies that will design, engineer, and manufacturer shock mounts for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading shock mount manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for vibration shock mounts, isolation shock mounts, or shock mount absorbers.

  • Rochester Hills, MI 248-650-0603

    We are your source for custom shock mounts! We have been around for almost seventy years and we want to put that experience to work for you! It is our main goal that we provide the educated staff that you can rely on for not only great customer service but also to possess the skill-set that can help you with any problem. To learn more about what we may be able to do for you, visit our website today!

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  • Hatfield, PA 800-314-3332

    Isotech offers a complete line of vibration mounts and isolators for most applications. From vibration isolation to seismic mounts, Isotech has the right product for the job. Mounts include spring, elastomer, neoprene, wire rope and pad-type vibration mounts and isolators for shock and vibration. Seismic vibration isolators are IBC compliant.

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  • Frankfort, KY 502-871-4422

    Elasto-Metal manufactures rubber-metal bonded products. We have a variety of rubber mounts and bumpers. Our products are used for heavy equipment, aircraft, agriculture and vibratory feeder applications. Visit our website for more details.

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  • Royal Oak, MI 248-599-2105

    Specializing in rubber to metal bonded products designed to solve any vibration control problem, H.A. King is a vibration control expert. We produce vibration absorbers, vibration isolators, shock absorbers & vibration dampeners, as well as vibration machinery & rubber & engine mounts. We can solve your noise, shock, and vibration control issues with our top-quality products and service.

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  • Santa Fe Springs, CA 562-941-4800

    RD Rubber Technology Corp is an ISO 9001:2015 / AS9100:2016 certified and ITAR registered company. We offer compression, transfer, injection and Liquid Injection molding, rubber to metal bonding, engineering support, tooling design, machining and more. Our customers rely on us to give them the best possible production solutions for rubber molding. From aerospace to medical, food processing to military applications we build trust by being responsive to your needs.

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Shock Mounts Industry Information

Shock Mounts

Shock mounts isolate and absorb the kinetic energy created by oscillatory mechanical components. Vibration control devices are installed in mechanical devices to reduce the noise pollution and physical wear otherwise caused by continuous vibration. Inevitably, almost all devices that facilitate motion create noise and friction as a byproduct of the process.

Shock mounts serve to minimize these byproducts to improve the comfort of users as well as enhance the effectiveness of machine usage thereby promoting productivity.

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Applications of Shock Mounts

Also known as shock absorbers, these varied devices are found in industrial, commercial, and even residential settings. Automotive, manufacturing, transportation, heating, cooling, and even recording industries utilize the benefits of shock mounts in products ranging from radiators, vibratory finishing equipment, automotive engines, and high quality microphones. The wide array of uses for shock absorbers necessitates a variety of options, but the basic function remains the same. Shock mounts of any kind must provide either the cushion space necessary to stop motion from reaching the other elements or provide the corresponding level of energy absorption. Brushings are an example of a device that uses compression and decompression to contain movement whereas rubber pads use materials capable of absorbing the kinetic energy. No matter the particular style, shock mounts are vital to the longevity of vibratory machines as they reduce the wear and tear that often lead to equipment malfunction and decreased production.

Shock Mount Design and Customization

Industrial shock mounts utilize several different designs to reduce noise and vibration. Often, more than one particular style of mount is used in a single mechanism to achieve maximum vibration damping. Hysteretic, hydraulic, elastomeric, and pneumatic are the most commonly used types of vibration absorbers. The variable techniques reflect the range of applications in which shock mounts are used. Devices such as these may be used to attach small instruments to panels or to attach large machine components to an engine. Therefore not only the design, but the size, body, and absorption materials are important to take into account when selecting the most capable mount for a given application. Common measurements include length, diameter, and maximum force. As some use pumps, pistons, and rods, it is essential to consider the length of a device when fully extended.

Brass, steel, stainless steel, bronze, copper, and some thermoplastics are commonly used for their ability to withstand near constant wear. Rubber, however, is the most prevalent material used in the production of vibration isolators. Neoprene, silicone, and EPDM are common types of rubber found in shock mounts due to their ability to absorb kinetic energy and diffuse it as heat. Often, the body is composed of metals, while the absorbing component is made of rubber. Manufacturing techniques vary widely depending upon the materials used as well as the method of shock absorption.



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