KPDN & KPDR Double Sided Vibro-Insulator® Pads
The KPDN and KPDR Pads are 18" square molded pads. The pads effectively control noise and vibration, particularly in applications involving heavy machinery and equipment. These ribbed pads have a 1/8" drop between each rib allowing for maximum deflection. They can be easily cut to any desired shape and can be used in multiple layers to increase deflection. They are produced in 60 durometer Shore A. The pads are also available with single sided ribbed construction.
Features and Benefits:
- Easy to install
- No maintenance
- Easy to cut into desired shapes
- Available in Neoprene Natural Rubber and Nitrile (Buna-N)
- Prevents slippage
- Controls vibration, structure borne noise, and shock
- The KPDN & KPDR Pads weight is 3 pounds 3 ounces
- Made in USA
- Heavy equipment and machinery
- Drill Presses
All static load test data for the Double Ribbed Pad Style Vibro-Insulator® Mounts is based on Neoprene.
Natural Rubber (NR)
Advantages: Outstanding resilience; high tensile strength; superior resistance to tear and abasion; excellent rebound elasticity (snap); good flexibility at low temperatures.
Limitations: Poor resistance to heat, ozone, and sunlight; very little resistance to oil gasoline, and hydrocarbon solvents.
- Operating temperatures should not exceed 155° F (-40° F to 155° F).
- Natural Rubber is not recommended from exposure to oil, gasoline, ozone sunlight.
Advantages: Good inherent flame resistance; moderate resistance to oil and gasoline; very good resistance to weather, ozone, and natural aging; good resistance to flex cracking; very good resistance to alkalis and acids.
Limitations: Poor to fair resistance aromatic and oxygenated solvents; limited flexibility at low temperatures (10° F to 180° F).
Advantages: Very good resistance to oil and gasoline; superior resistance to petroleum-based hydraulic fluids; wide range of service temperatures (-65° F to 300° F); good resistance to hydrocarbon solvents; very good resistance to alkalis and acids.
Limitations: Inferior resistance to ozone, sunlight, and natural aging; poor resistance to oxygenated solvents.
Source: American Chemical Society
Delivery is 8 weeks.
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