Equipment |Vibration Isolation Systems

Vibration Isolation Systems

Used with high-precision equipment like scanning electron microscopes, vibration isolation systems are used to keep samples stationary so they can be examined with a high degree of accuracy and little noise. These systems typically use mechanical devices or air pressure to dampen vibrations.

Benchtop vibration isolators can hold heavy equipment on a laboratory bench and maintain extremely low vibrational frequencies. Some benchtop units don’t require any electricity. Vibration isolation tables and workstations are standalone units designed for versatility and ease-of-use. Floor platforms are large heavy units design to hold large pieces of sensitive research equipment.


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