GM-GMW-GD-GDW-muchrom-type-vibration-isolators

To optimize the selection of a vibration isolator one should consider:

  • device’s full mass
  • amount of points of support
  • load concentration on a point of support
  • rotational speed of spinning/rotating elements
  • fixing method to a mounted device

Mushroom vibration isolators selection and construction data tables.

Type and size of a vibration isolator Axial load range [kg] Natural vibrational frequency [Hz] Minimum percentile effectiveness of vibration isolation at a specified driving frequency in [Hz] or [rpm]
50 Hz 3000 rpm 25 Hz 1500 rpm 16,6 Hz 1000 rpm 12,5 Hz 750 rpm
GM – A   4 – 24 9,1 – 5,96 97 88
GM – B 20 – 40 7,4 – 5,96 98 93
GM – C 35 – 60 6,9 – 5,96 98 93
GM – D 55 – 80 6,6 – 5,96 98 93
GM – E   75 – 130 7,0 – 5,96 98 93
GM – F 120 – 170 6,6 – 5,96 98 93
GMW – A 30 – 55 5,2 – 4,46 99 96 91
GMW – B 40 – 65 5,1 – 4,46 99 96 92
GMW – C   55 – 100 5,3 – 4,46 99 95 92
GMW – D   90 – 125 4,8 – 4,46 99 96 92
GMW – E 120 – 190 5,3 – 4,46 97 95 90
GMW – F 175 – 320 5,2 – 4,46 98 96 91
GD – A   70 – 130 5,0 – 3,95 99 97 93
GD – B 100 – 190 5,0 – 3,95 99 98 93
GD – C 170 – 280 5,0 – 3,95 99 97 93
GD – D 190 – 350 5,0 – 3,95 99 97 93
GD – E 270 – 480 5,0 – 3,95 99 96 92
GD – F 380 – 800 5,0 – 3,95 99 97 92
GDW – A   80 – 170 3,72 – 3,16 99 99 95 92
GDW – B 120 – 220 3,72 – 3,16 99 99 95 92
GDW – C 150 – 320 3,72 – 3,16 99 99 95 91
GDW – D 210 – 390 3,72 – 3,16 99 99 95 91
GDW – E 330 – 650 3,72 – 3,16 99 99 94 90
GDW – F   520 – 1000 3,72 – 3,16 99 99 95 92
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Type and size of a vibration isolator Mass 1 pc. [kg] Dimensions [mm] Fixing method
H* D A B C d Mandrel ** Socket
MxL [mm] Mxg [mm]
GM 0,9 44 80 130 80 110 9 M12x80 M12x14
   GMW 1,0 59
GD 2,4 78 125 190 120 158 17 M16x100 M16x21
   GDW 2,9 108
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* without load
** possibility of manufacturing a screw with a different thread M and length L.

Load-deflection characteristics with natural vibrational frequencies of mushroom vibration isolators.

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GD GDW
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Mandrel– with leveling, mounting in threaded through holes

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Order of operations:

1. anchor the vibration isolator to the floor or a support structure at the mounting location – make sure that the coaxiality is kept between the mounting mandrels and the holes in the base or the frame of a machine

2. lower a machine inserting the mounting mandrels into the holes in the base or the frame of the machine

3. level a machine by turning the lower leveling nuts right – lifting, left – lowering, level evenly on all mounting screws

4. secure the leveling of a machine by clamping a spring washer on the mounting screws using the upper locknut

 

 

5. verify the leveling of a machine after ca 1 week of operation and correct the leveling if required.

 

 

A machine should be leveled at a minimal distance from the floor or the support structure, keeping the mounting mandrels in a vertical position.

SOCKET – without leveling, mounting in unthreaded through holes:

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Order of operations:

1. anchor the vibration isolator to the floor or a support structure at the mounting location – make sure that the coaxiality is kept between the mounting sockets and the holes in the base or the frame of a machine

2. lower a machine on the vibration isolators and insert the mounting screws with spring washers through the holes in the base or the frame of the machine into the mounting sockets of the vibration isolators

3. screw a machine with the vibration isolators using the mounting screws

A mounting screw cannot stick out inside a vibration isolator – bending limitation, vibration isolator lock.