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  • S-2000 Stabilizer
Apr 2009
Newport CorporationRequest Info
Vibration isolators
IRVINE, Calif., April 27, 2009 – Newport Corp. has announced its S-2000 Stabilizer series pneumatic vibration isolators that incorporate a proprietary and patented self-centering pendulum design, a laminar-flow damping system and precision autoleveling valves to deliver good vibration isolation performance.

Newport_S-2000.jpgThey feature enhanced leveling indicators, recessed lifting channels and a lower magnetic permeability design compared with previous models. These new features improve ease of use and functionality. With a 2000-lb load capacity per isolator, the stabilizers are suitable for isolating optical tables, large inspection equipment, heavy machinery and large-area subfloors.

In addition to ergonomic features, the aluminum hybrid chamber design is less magnetic than the previous I-2000 and other models. The company also provides customized heights and varying chamber volumes to address a wide variety of isolation requirements.

The initial offering of the S-2000 is available in six heights ranging from 16 to 28 in., all equipped with precision re-leveling valves. The stabilizers deliver a 1-Hz vertical resonant frequency and a vertical isolation efficiency of 98 percent at 10Hz. Horizontal isolation begins at 2.5 Hz and reaches 95 percent efficiency at 10 Hz.

For more information, visit:  

Newport Corp.
1791 Deere Ave.
PO Box 19607
Irvine, CA 92606
Phone: (949) 863-3144


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