Anti-vibration grommets dampen noise

February 17, 2012

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Anti-vibration grommets dampen noise

A newly developed series of anti-vibration grommets specifically engineered for electrical insulation, mechanical damping, and noise suppression is now available from Keystone Electronics Corp. Engineered to isolate sensitive instrumentation from unpredictable vibration and shock, these devices feature “fingers” which flex as needed to dampen unwanted noise or vibration.  Incorporated are special shoulder screws to provide correct spacing which allows screws to be fully tightened down.

Designed to accommodate panels from .031 to .125 in. in thickness, these insulating anti-vibration grommets are manufactured from durable EPDM rubber in black or blue.  The mating, custom fitted shoulder screws are made of Nickel-plated steel in 6-32 and M3 threads.  Supplied as unassembled sets (insulator and screw), grommet availability is from stock through the company’s global distribution network.  Online ordering is also accommodated.

Richard Nass

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