Shock and Vibration isolation lowers the transmission of shock and vibration between two interconnected objects.

Shock and vibration isolation solutions are commonly realized by placing a set of resilient elements such as elastomeric (rubber), steel, or air springs between the two objects isolated from each other (e.g., a piece of equipment and its support structure/base).

Due to the conflicting requirements of shock and vibration isolation, passive systems are designed to be acceptable solutions for both shock and vibration isolation, as well as installation integrity of the isolated system, but not ideal solutions for either one. Adjustable (Semi-active) and active shock and vibration isolation solutions such as DEICON’s Computer Controlled Air Isolation System, on the other hand, could address all the requirements/concerns of an ideal isolation scheme.

In addition to the more traditional passive shock and vibration isolation solutions, DEICON offers adjustable (semi-active) shock and vibration isolation systems. DEICON’s passive and semi-active vibration isolation solutions have been successfully implemented, worldwide, in various applications.



Isolation System for an Industrial Process Equipment Subject to Random Vibration

Advanced Air Isolation System for Precision Devices

Active Stiffness Control of Air-Mounted Systems