- Elastomer-in-shear noise isolator
- Static deflections up to 0.57" (15 mm)
- Load capacities up to 2000 Ibs. (907 kg)
- Insert color coded for load capacity
- 500% overload fail-safe steel bracket
- 30 allowable rod misalignment bracket design
Kinetics RH Vibration Isolation Hangers are designed to reduce the
transmission of vibration and noise produced by suspended equipment, piping,
and ductwork. RH Hangers incorporate a color-coded elastomer-in-shear insert
with a load plate, assembled into a stamped or welded hanger bracket. Kinetics
RH hangers are a unique utilization of elastomer, loading the material in
shear rather than compression, increasing allowable strain without accelerating
deterioration. RH Hangers will allow support rod misalignment through a
30° arc. Isolation brackets will carry a 500% overload without failure.
Hangers are available in deflections from 0.20" to 0.57" (5 mm to 15 mm)
and in capacities up to 2,000 Ibs (907 kg). RH Hangers may be selected where
first cost must be minimized. Kinetics RH Hangers are recommended
for the isolation of vibration produced by suspended mechanical equipment,
in-line and exhaust fans, ductwork, piping, etc.
Vibration isolators with maximum static deflection requirements under operating
load conditions not exceeding 0.57" (15 mm) shall be hangers consisting
of an elastomer-in-shear insert encased in a welded steel bracket and provided
with a stamped loadtransfer cap.
The elastomer insert shall be molded from oil resistant compounds, shall
be color coded to indicate load capacity and selected to operate within
its published load range.
The hanger bracket shall be designed to carry a 500% overload without failure
and to allow support rod misalignment through a 30° arc without metal-tometal
contact or other short circuit.
Isolation hangers shall be selected by the manufacturer for each specific
application to comply with deflection requirements as shown on the Vibration
Isolation Schedule or as indicated on the project documents.
Vibration isolation hanger assembly shall be Model RH, as manufactured
by Kinetics Noise Control, Inc.