Specialty Isolators -Navy Mounts
Navy mounts are U.S. Navy developed and QPL approved mounts commonly known as Portsmouth, EES and Mare Island mounts for use in mounting power generating equipment.
Navy mounts are U.S. Navy developed and QPL approved mounts commonly known as Portsmouth, EES and Mare Island mounts for use in mounting power generating equipment. These mounts resist high impact shipboard shocks and prevent structure-borne noise.
|[Natural Frequency]||5-11 Hertz|
|[Transmissibility at Resonance]||N/A|
|[Resilient Element]||Varies per type. Please contact us.|
|[Standard Materials]||Varies per type. Please contact us.|
- Several designs with load ratings from 15 lbs to 10,000 lbs per mount
- Naval mounts are fully qualified to the following military specifications: MIL-M-19379 (10M/11M Series) MIL-M- 17191 (15P Series), MIL-M-17508 (6E and 7E Series), MIL-M-21649 (5M10000) and MIL-M-19863 (5B5000H).
- Mounting of power generating equipment in marine applications
Benefits & Features
- Reduces transmission of vibration from equipment to hull structure
- Provides effective reduction of structure-borne noise
- Rugged Construction
- Corrosion Resistant
- Navy Designed & Approved
Special Options Available
- Metal Paint/Finish
- RoHS Compliance
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