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Sep 2009
Kinetic Systems Inc.Request Info
Benchtop Vibration Isolation System
BOSTON, Sept. 24, 2009 – A lightweight benchtop vibration isolation system has been introduced by Kinetic Systems Inc. Designed for portability, the ELpF can be easily repositioned on the benchtop, even with a load and in float. Its self-contained design provides this without causing damage to the vibration isolators.

KineticSystems-ELpF-Benchto.jpgAn economical alternative to heavyweight models, the ergonomic low-profile-format platform provides vibration isolation for sensitive devices and features a load capacity of 100 or 300 lb.

The platform stands 0.0762 m, uses a 0.4064 × 0.4826-m tabletop and weighs 40 lb. Ergonomic features include gauges tilted upward for easier viewing and recessed handles for easy carrying.

Designed for use in laboratories and Class 100 cleanrooms, the platform is suitable for supporting atomic force microscopes, microhardness testers, analytical balances, profilometers, and audio and other equipment.

Self-leveling and active-air isolation give the platform low natural frequencies of 1.75 Hz vertical and 2.0 Hz horizontal, and typical isolation efficiencies of 95% vertical and 92% horizontal at 10 Hz.

Other tabletop sizes can be customized per specifications. The top, which can be ordered with or without mounting holes, is available in aluminum plate, ferromagnetic stainless steel, plastic laminate or antistatic laminate.

For more information, visit:  

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


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