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SLM Series Pneumatic Isolator Mounts



SLM Series: Pneumatic Isolator Mount

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SLM Series pneumatic Isolator mounts are a low height, low stiffness air spring isolator mount suitable for both passive and dynamic applications where a support natural frequency as low as 3-5Hz is required.

Typical passive applications include measuring machines, metrology inspection devices, isolation tables and electron microscopes when isolation of vibration is vital in the working environment.

Dynamic applications such as power presses, compressors, air conditioners and high-speed punch presses should use the SLM-D series with combined damping.

The SLM Isolator has a Neoprene rubber body with steel reinforcing hoops, aluminium base plate and a steel or aluminium top support plate complete with a tapped mounting hole. Inflation is either through the 'moulded in' standard tyre valve or by connection to a permanent air supply.


Elastomer body - CR grade, high elasticity, oil resistant, non-ageing.

Carrier and base plate: 

SLM 1 - 12 - Aluminium 
SLM 24 - 192 - galvanised steel

Screw - grade 8.8, galvanised. 

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Pneumatic spring element with hexagon head screw


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