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Vibration Isolator

Photonics Spectra
Jan 2010
Newport CorporationRequest Info
 
Newport Corp. has announced the S-2000AC Stabilizer cleanroom isolator. It features automatic re-leveling and a 2000-lb load capacity and can be used for isolating optical tables, large inspection equipment and heavy machinery, and it can support large-area subfloors in cleanrooms. The hybrid chamber design maximizes isolation bandwidth and stability, and the precision leveling function improves repositioning after disturbance. The laminar flow damping minimizes amplification at resonance. It is available in heights ranging from 16 to 28 in. and is equipped with pneumatic re-leveling valves and float-height indicators. It features SafeLock mounting clips to secure the isolator to the bottom of any of the company’s optical tables. It provides 1-Hz vertical resonant frequency and 98% vertical isolation efficiency at 10 Hz. Horizontal isolation begins at 2.5 Hz and reaches 95% efficiency at 10 Hz.


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GLOSSARY
cleanroom
An area in which airborne particulates can be monitored and controlled so that given size particles do not exceed a specified concentration, thereby eliminating potential dysfunctions in gyroscopes, ball bearings and other materials and lubricants.
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