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What Is Vibration Isolation?

Vibration isolation is technically defined as isolating an object from the vibration source. Vibration is undesirable in many areas. Since human began to produce machines for industrial use, engineers have been dealing with vibration reduction and vibration isolation issues, especially due to the high vibration that occurs when the motors are started to provide power. Gradually vibration isolation became an integral part of machine design. During the last 15-20 years, a completely new technology and high vibration with modern devices began to be investigated. And appropriate insulation systems were developed.

All objects shake when exposed to impact or noise. This, in turn, can lead to the formation of physical damage to equipment. As a result of the construction of modern buildings with lightweight design materials, it has become very necessary to consider sound and vibration insulation. As is known, noise and vibration cause various negative effects on people. Every object is a source of vibration. Vibration is a problem seen in many machines and causes damage over time.