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HPRSF Series Adjustable Non Slip Levelling Foot

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HPRSF Series: Adjustable Non Slip Levelling Foot



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The HPRSF series includes simple elements for slip-resistant machine installation, even on an inclined floor. You can order them from EFFBE either with or without leveling spindle.

The EFFBE solution for installing machines, even on an inclined floor with an inclination of up to 12 percent: With the HPRSF series, we offer adjustable feet for anchorage-free, slip-resistant machine installation, which guarantee sustainable structure-borne noise insulation and vibration isolation, even on uneven surfaces. These EFFBE leveling elements are oil resistant and aging resistant. Thanks to the processed nitrile rubber, each adjustable foot has particularly high elasticity.

Specification

Elastomer body - nitrile rubber NBR with high elasticity, oil-resistant, non-ageing.

Metal Parts - Steel, chrome palted

Load Range 8.5 kN - 30 kN 

Natural Frequency (stat) - 15 Hz

Delivery Contents 

HPRSF - support element without mounting screw.

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