How does a shock absorber protect equipment from damage? Why aren't rubber bumpers used more often? What is the technique behind selecting the right sized isolator?
Shock and vibration are everywhere in the manufacturing world. If not managed properly, this unwanted energy can lead to damaged equipment, production downtime, and quality defects. This presentation will characterize the most prevalent forms of shock and vibration and address questions like those above. A better understanding of the physics behind today's vibration isolation and energy absorption solutions will help attendees select the best systems for their needs.
- Discover how shock and vibration impact industrial applications
- Understand the
physics behind common energy absorption/vibration
- Learn common terms for addressing shock and vibration problems/solutions
Chris Kudla is a product manager at ITT Enidine, focusing on industrial shock absorbers and vibration isolation devices. He comes from an application engineering background at ITT Enidine, and works closely with this group to identify product needs in the marketplace. Kudla holds a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Rochester Institute of Technology, and has ten years of experience designing and implementing energy control devices in the industrial and automotive fields.