Shock protection demands a different approach to vibration isolation. The key to a good shock protection system is its ability to store the energy generated during the shock episode and release this energy slowly, thus protecting the equipment and/or operators from high levels of damaging acceleration.
Shock can come from many sources. From a close range, shock can arise from actual hits by ordinance during military combat, from the unpredictable demands during many types of transportation and from manual or fork lift handling where equipment can be dropped onto hard surfaces. In all these cases and other situations, the need to protect expensive and sensitive equipment is essential.
Understanding customer needs is an essential part of choosing the most effective product and whether you have space limitations, packaging constraints, temperature or contamination issues, we will have a shock isolation system to meet your requirements.
Shock specifications Met: BR8470 Naval, Mill-S-901 Naval, Def-Std 00-35 Military Vehicles, Mill-Std 810 Military, RTCA-DO-160 Commercial Aircraft.
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