Environment
Equipment to be protected
Scources of Vibration-Shock Noise
Other Destructive or Deteriorative Conditions
Applicable Specifications and Typical Vibration, Shock, Noise Input Level
Desirable Isolator Characteristics
Applicable Barry Isolators or Systems
General Industrial Equipment
Business Machines
Computers & Accessories.
Typewriter.
Copy Machine.
Medical Equipment.
Test Equipment.
Business Machines
Memory drums.
Electronic Components.
Structure of machine (Reduce fatigue).
Personnel in the surrounding areas (noise reduction).
Motors.
Fans & blowers.
Air Compressors.
Pumps.
Transportation Handling.
Oil.
Chemicals.
Fluids.
Operating speeds of the disturbing sources.
Determined by structural conditions and location of equipment within structures.
Low natural frequency (5 to 15 Hz)
Low cost.
Facilitate installation.

Industrial Machinery
Industrial Machinery
Metal forming or cutting equipment, presses, brakes, shears, hammers, grinders, compressors.
Impact operations.
Accessory equipment.
Motors.
Pumps.
Oils.
Chemicals.
Operating speeds of the disturbing sources.
Determined by structural conditions & the location of equipment within structures.
OSHA requirements.
Low natural frequency (5-15 Hz)
Low cost.
Facilitate installation.

Buildings
Laboratories.
Quality Control
Departments.
Fabrication Areas.
Laboratories
Spectrometers.
Electron microscopes.
Precision measuring equipment.
Optical and Mechanical vibration test equipment.
Compressors.
Air Conditioners.
Elevators.
Motor and rail traffic.
Personnel walking.
Natural seismic.
Air turbulence.
RF interference.
Temperature extremes.
Low threshold sensitivity of equipment to vibration/shock.
Low frequency fundamental modes of buildings, labs.
Typical 4-25 Hz.
Low natural frequency, 0.5 to 5.0 Hz as required, non linear damping, constant natural frequency regardless of load, automatic leveling.

Packaging
Re-Usable Containers and
Shipping Pallets
Reusable Containers
Usually sensitive electronic, mechanical,
or optical equipment such as:
Computers.
Gyroscopes.
Office copiers.
Radios.
Radar.

Handling.
Air, sea, truck and
train transport.
Heat and cold.
Humidity.
Fungus.
Lubricants.
Chemicals.
Sunlight and ozone.
Sand and dust.
Vibration (rough handling):
Package Test (bounce test).
5 Hz 1.00” D. A.
Shock:
18” and 30” flat-drop and corner-drop tests.
NOTE: Other specific requirements determined by equipment manufacturer or transport carrier used.
High- deflection, low-frequency (5 to 10 Hz) for
maximum shock attenuation.
NOTE: Individual manufacturer’s specifications to
ensure equipment survival.



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