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  • Optical Table With Tuned Damping
Jul 2004
Kinetic Systems Inc.Request Info
BOSTON, July 2 -- The laboratory-grade 5100T Series optical table is the newest addition to the vibration-damping Vibraplane line from Kinetic Systems Inc. (KSI). Designed for precision laboratory applications in the optics field, it features both tuned and broadband damping and is available in a wide variety of sizes and configurations.

Constructed to exacting standards, the 5100 Series table offers a flat, stiff, highly damped surface with high natural frequency. Tabletops are available in lengths to 20 feet, widths to 6 feet and thicknesses to 36 inches. Standard tabletops have a ferromagnetic stainless steel top skin, a carbon steel bottom skin and the proprietary epoxy-bonded steel honeycomb Spillpruf core design that seals entire rows of mounting holes to protect the core from accidental spills and simplify cleanup. The 5100T is Class 100 cleanroom-compatible. Class 10 is available as an option.

KSI optical tables can be easily customized. In addition to special shapes, cutouts and notches, there are numerous options for the table's core and skin materials, including aluminum, nonmagnetic stainless steel and Invar. Accessories include laser ports, shelves, tabletop enclosures, retractable casters and modular splices for joining tables in "L," "U," and "T" configurations.

For more information, visit:; e-mail:

Kinetic Systems Inc.
20 Arboretum Road, Boston, MA 02131
Phone: (617) 522-8700
Fax: (617) 522-6323


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