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Scientifically designed resilient material that isolate shock and all the six modes of vibration and reduce acoustic noise.

* They give more deflection than any
    other material i.e. Cork, Felt, etc.
* They are superior to metal springs
    and have greater sound insulation
* They are highly resistant to oil,
    cleaning compounds, dirt, water,
    sunlight, heat aging and fatigue.
* They have proved ideal for
    mountings and for isolating 
    Vibration and for noise and for   
    protection from external sources
    of vibration and shock.
*  These are mostly used for machine 
    tools, production equipments, 
    heating and ventilation 
    equipments, Pumps, generators,
    compressors, air handling units, 
    fans, under Heavy concrete bases,
    electronics or sensitive laboratory
    apparatus, business machines,
    computers and data processor etc.
* Loading chart is given for selection 
    of loading for your equipments.
* Deflection graph is also given for
    different models for your reference.




  1. Compute the total load in Lbs. to be supported by Easy Flex Pads.  This includes machine weight and work load it carries also concrete or steel base or Inertia block if used.
  2. Determine unit loading to suit type of machines and supporting ground structure 50 Lbs. Per square inch is practical and effective loading and is recommended for most types of machines and equipment for isolation of sustained vibration.
  3. Divide the static weight by unit load to get the total area of "Easy Flex Pad" that is required.
  4. Arrange the total area of "Easy  Flex" into as many number of pads as are necessary to give stable support and to avoid base distortion.  The area of each pad should be in proportion to the load carried by it so that unit loading or stress on all pads will be approximately the same.
  5. The pads should be placed in such a way that uniform deflection is obtained.  Uniform load distribution prevents over-loading and possible premature failure of some of the mountings, prevent sagging and enable the machine to maintain the normal horizontal position and make possible maximum isolation by fully loading each of the mounting in a set will lower the efficiency of all the others.




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