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Located outside of Philadelphia in Hatfield, Pennsylvania, Isotech is a value added distributor of proprietary mechanical and electromechanical products to the industrial, medical and military OEM and in-plant markets. With an extensive line of products, Isotech offers solutions to compliment both standard and atypical linear motion, shock, vibration, noise and motion control applications.

Since 1982, Isotech has been providing expertise, working with clients on a wide range of projects and applications. Isotech has the experience to help clients select the right product for just about any application. In addition, Isotech's experienced engineering staff can assist clients in choosing all of the components needed to carry out an application to best suit their needs.

With a thorough understanding of linear motion, motion control applications, shock, vibration, noise along with a diverse selection of products and accessories, Isotech can ensure clients of proper product selection and availability for even the most unique applications.

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Belt-Driven Versus Ball Screw Actuator: Which Is the Best Choice for Your Application? (Linear Actuators) Today, linear actuators play a significant role in a broad range of advanced automation applications. From the simple movement of raw material in a manufacturing environment to advanced robotic... (View Full Article)
RF and EMI/EMC Anechoic Testing Chambers - What are They and How do They Work? (RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components) The word "anechoic" means simply "without echo". An anechoic chamber is a box, chamber or room that is devoid of reflections from the walls, ceiling, or floor. If you've ever been in a large room and... (View Full Article)