Products/Services for Rotary Vibration Damper

  • Rotary Dampers-Image
    Rotary Dampers - (40 companies)
    ...dampers absorb and slow down rotary motion for the amendment of vibration, noise, and machine component wear. A rotary damper enables products to perform with a smooth mechanical motion. Rotary shock absorbers control vertical and lateral motion... Learn More
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    Dampers and Louvers - (272 companies)
    Damper Types. There are many different types of industrial dampers. Examples include industrial control dampers, backdraft dampers, and counterbalanced backdraft dampers. Industrial control dampers are flange-mounted devices that are equipped... Learn More
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    Rotary Position Sensors - (214 companies)
    ...applications, including: gear position. automotive position sensing, including throttle position, steering wheel position, and pedal position. industrial control. valve control. HVAC damper control. Rotary position sensors are similar to rotary... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Shock Absorbers, Linear Dampers, and Dashpots - (286 companies)
    Shock absorbers, linear dampers, and dashpots provide motion damping in linear applications. They frequently incorporate fluid dampening, and can include mechanical or elastomeric elements. Shock absorbers, linear dampers, and dashpots provide... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Gas Springs - (116 companies)
    ...and fully compressed position. Compressed length is the minimum length of shock (compressed position). Extended length is the maximum length of shock (extended position). The maximum rated force for shock absorber or damper, referred to as the P1 force... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Speed Controls - (68 companies)
    The stroke is the difference between fully extended and fully compressed position, this is also referred to as the rod travel. The maximum force refers to the maximum rated force for shock absorber or damper. The cylinder diameter is the desired... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Damper Actuators - (47 companies)
    How to Select Damper Actuators. Damper actuators are powered devices that are used to operate a damper and adjust the flow of air and smoke. There are two basic types: electric and pneumatic. Electric damper actuators differ in terms of output... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Screw Machine Shops - (646 companies)
    Screw machine shops provide high-volume manufacturing of screws and other turned or threaded parts from metals, plastics, and composite materials. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Solids Feeders - (535 companies)
    ...use a sledgehammer-type action to keep materials from clumping, while shakers rock or tilt the whole bin. Vibrators are solids feeders that impart vibrations into the bin using an unbalanced motor or an electromechanical vibrator. Styles for Solids... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    AC Motors - (1344 companies)
    ...stand and still meet operating specifications. Shock is expressed in units of acceleration (distance/time2), most commonly in g's as a multiple of the earth's standard acceleration due to gravity. Vibration rating -- Vibration rating is the maximum... Search by Specification | Learn More

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...cycling machines. Active-vibration-control seats for large, Class 8 trucks reduce driver fatigue, adjustable-rate shock absorbers improve race car handling, and pneumatic actuators fitted with feed-back-controlled rotary brakes and linear dampers move loads more precisely than previously possible...

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  • The Automotive Transmission Book
    Depending on the operating strategy and NVH requirement (see Sect. 2.3) the lockup clutch can be designed with or without rotary vibration damper .
  • Modern Engine Technology from A to Z
    Compensation of imbal- ance can be made by drilling, but when the pulley has the combined function of a rotary vibration damper , compensation on the outer part may have a different effect than compensation on the inner part.
  • Manual diesel engines
    Torsional vibration dampers and - quencher .
  • Machine dynamics
    288 characteristics of the viscosity torsional vibration damper .
  • Machine dynamics
    294 characteristics of the viscosity- torsional vibration damper .
  • Vibrations of mechanical drive systems
    More precise damping approaches are to recommend then • of the temperature of the material •, e.g. of rubber springs, the behavior of deliberately built-in damping assemblies •, e.g., viscosity- torsional vibration dampers [254] and damped quencher, the dynamic …
  • Vehicle gear
    Here, the torsional vibration dampers are in particular the two-mass fly wheels in the clutch disc and quencher to extend correctly to maintain the torsional vibration amplitudes of the power train in all operating situations in certain limits.
  • Manual combustion engine
    The Weiterführende developments of compensation devices and torsional vibration dampers minimize the target conflict between desired smooth running of motors and the increase of the engine mass and the friction.
  • Dubbel
    Becomes between motor and gear the manually or electrically, pneumatically or hydraulically controlled friction clutch as - rotation speed transducer for approaching, - separating member for the switching operation, - overloading protection (1,3 to 2 Mmax) and as - the torsional vibration dampers arranged.
  • Combustion engines
    This includes a determination of the flywheel and optional torsional vibration damper .