Compared to rubber mounts, spring mountings have increased static deflection resulting in greater isolation efficiency. This makes them more suitable for critical applications, or for mechanical equipment which have low disturbing frequencies. Spring mounts come in a range of deflections and maximum loads, so that the level of isolation can be accurately selected for each application.
Selecting the correct spring mount
Determine whether any lateral (housed spring mount) or vertical restraint is required. Then refer to the Isolator Selection Guide to obtain necessary static deflection. Once the spring type and deflection are ascertained, select the spring required according to equipment load.
Download Embelton spring mount datasheets below.