Environment
Equipment to be protected
Sources of Vibration-Shock Noise
Other Destructive or Deteriorative Conditions
Applicable Specifications and Typical Vibration, Shock Noise Input
Desireable Isolator Charcteristics
Applicable Barry Isolators
Trucks & Buses
trucks

Cargo and passengers.
Indicators and controls.
Mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic operating components.
Engine.
Normal road shock.
Off-road terrain
Heat and cold.
Humidity.
Lubricants.
Chemicals, hydraulic fluids, etc.
Sunlight and ozone.
Function of vehicle suspension system and
road conditions.
Attenuate high-frequency road shock and transient
vibrations.

Heavy Truck & Construction Equipment
On highway, Off highway.
construction equipment


Passenger (safety & comfort).
Structure of vehicle (reduce fatigue).
Personnel in the surrounding areas (noise reduction).
Communication equipment.
Mechanical, electrical hydraulic, and pneumatic operating components.
Engine.
Normal road shock.
Off-road terrain.
Heat and cold.
Humidity.
Lubricants.
Chemicals, hydraulic fluids, etc.
Sunlight and ozone.
Function of vehicle suspension, road & terrain condition.
Attenuate high frequency road & terrain shock and transient vibrations.

Recreational Vehicles
Boats., Snowmobiles, Golf Carts, Trail Bikes, Motorcycles, Motor Home.
Off-Road Vehicle
 
Passenger (safety & comfort).
Structure of vehicle (reduce fatigue).
Personnel in the surrounding areas (noise reduction).
Communication equipment.
Mechanical, electrical hydraulic, and pneumatic operating components..
Power plant.
Choppy waters.
Rough terrain.
Oil.
Sunlight.
Ozone.
Humidity.
Salt Spray
Operating speeds of power plant.
Typical shock input 8 to 10 g’s. or greater.
Low natural frequency (5 to 15 Hz)
Low cost.
Facilitate installation.
Provide cushioned bottoming.

Farm Equipment
Tractors, Harvesters, Planters, Spreaders.
Farm Equipment
Passenger (safety & comfort).
Structure of vehicle (reduce fatigue).
Personnel in the surrounding areas (noise reduction).
Communication equipment.
Mechanical, electrical hydraulic, and pneumatic operating components.
Power plant.
Rough terrain.
Accessory equipment.
Oil.
Sunlight.
Ozone.
Humidity.
Operating speeds of power plant.
Typical shock input 2 to 5 g’s.
Low natural frequency (5 to 15 Hz)
Low cost.
Facilitate installation.
Provide cushioned bottoming.

General Marine and Small Boats
marine vehicles


Navigation and communications gear.
Sonar; Radar.
Engines; Generators.Instruments, indicators, gages, etc.
Power plant.
Outboard motors.
Pumps.
Heavy seas.
Engine generators.
Salt spray.
Oil.
Humidity.
Fungus.
Sunlight and ozone.
Typical Vibration Input:
5-100 Hz .005” to .050” D. A.
Typical Shock Input:
8 to 10 g’s.
Low frequency vibration isolation to minimize energy transmission.
High-frequency isolation for shock protection and minimum noise transmission.



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