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Vibration Damping Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of vibration damping manufacturers and suppliers. Find vibration damping companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture vibration damping products to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top vibration damping manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the vibration damping companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of vibratory damping materials, noise vibration damping, and machinery vibration damping of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

  • Rochester Hills, MI 248-650-0603

    We do vibration damping and we do it well! We have the capability to provide small batch or large production runs in order to meet your requirements. Our research and development team strives to keep our products on the leading edge of innovations at all times in order to keep our products as the most technologically advanced. Get in touch with our representatives today to learn more about our company and how to get started today!

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  • Denver, PA 717-336-7507

    Weaver Industries knows how to work with urethane as the perfect substitute for rubber, metal & other plastics. We are highly skilled at shaping urethane to fit a variety of needs, including conveyor rollers, cylinders for coal or limestone processing, bowling, automotive, railroad & farming equipment, and shock and vibration absorber applications. Urethane: the longer lasting material!

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  • Deer Park, NY 800-394-8913

    We are the Soundcoat Company and it is our pleasure to tell you that we are an ISO 9001:2008 certified company. We bring 40 years of experience to the noise control industry. Since 1963 we have been designing and manufacturing noise control solution products for our customers. And now we welcome you to take a look at our product list, which includes absorption, damping, barriers, gasketing, adhesives and more. We serve aerospace, automotive, marine, medical and other major industries.

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  • Lincolnwood, IL 800-323-3935

    Voss Engineering manufactures vibration absorber pads for bridges and commercial structures. We also produce vibration dampers for heavy equipment. Our elastomeric bearing pads are used in structures like parking garages and stadiums with high load requirements. Contact us for more information.

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  • Santa Fe Springs, CA 562-941-4800

    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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Vibration Damping

Vibration damping is a practice used widely within industrial settings to control, reduce or eliminate the vibrations and mechanical noises produced by machinery during operations. Vibration, especially when part of a continuous process has the potential to cause damage over time as it can wear away components and surroundings, as well as create an unpleasant work environment.

Equipment deterioration can create problems for worker safety, and the costs of maintaining machinery can soon add up. In large mechanical systems, uncontrolled vibrations can lead to degraded performance, procedural errors or outright structural failure. And in most vehicles, unexpected jolts can result in an unpleasant driving experience or even engine damage. Shock absorbers will help to prevent these negative results and therefore, it is important for manufacturers to reduce vibratory waves and movements within operations. Industrial applications such as power transmission systems, automobiles and some buildings all implement elements of vibration damping techniques. Vibration dampers are an inexpensive solution to a potentially very expensive problem. They are easy to maintain and often have a long life span, although in some operations they may need to be replaced more often due to the high level of wear and tear in machinery that is continually operating.

There are a number of different ways in which to reduce vibrations including: rubber pads and mounts, brushings, engine mounts and rubber bumpers. However, the most common components of vibration damping are in the form of plates and springs. The plates are used in engines, generators, pumps, compressors and industrial and processing machines and are most often made of rubber or another elastomeric material which is used for its absorbing properties. Placed in between two surfaces, the vibration dampening plates prevent or at the least reduce the transfer of kinetic energy between the two surfaces, ensuring a smoother running of the machine. Vibration dampers are often multi-layered in order to absorb the highest number of vibrations, and using compression and shear are able to absorb motion waves coming from different directions. Springs are typically used in automobiles to diminish the sound inside the vehicle and often used a liquid or silicone substance to absorb engine and road noise. Both regular automobiles and heavy-duty trucks use vibration dampers to improve passenger comfort. There are also add-on vibration damping devices such as joints and supports which further reduce the disturbance of machinery and equipment, and help preserve optimum performance.