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THE MATERIAL FOR THE MOST STRINGENT REQUIREMENTS

Sylodyn® is used as a vibration protection solution on local and inter-city railway lines, but also for isolating impact noise in floors and on stairs, as a bearing for buildings or machines, or for isolating noise between walls, floors and ceilings. Sylodyn® is a closed-cell elastomer that does not absorb water. In comparison to Sylomer®, the material offers improved dynamic properties. Five different grades of Sylodyn® are available from stock. Its properties can however be tailored in order to meet specific requirements.

Product properties

  • Pronounced spring characteristics
  • Closed cellular pore structure
  • Suitable for very high loads

Advantages

  • High dynamic load capacity
  • Static range of use for standard types from 0.075 N/mm2 to 1.5 N/mm2, special types to 12 N/mm2
  • Load peaks up to 24 N/mm2
  • Very low amplitude dependence
  • Low creep tendency
  • Stiffening factor (Cdyn/Cstat) from 1.15 to 1.40
  • Proven long-term behaviour
  • Fatigue strength
  • Finely graded range (8 standard types) for optimum system design
  • Ability to provide customer-specific modifications
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Bearing of Flanking Components

The better the sound insulation for the partition is, the stronger the impact of flanking transmission via abutting elements becomes.

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Bearing of Modules

Sound transmission can be successfully prevented by mounting the individual modules on Sylomer®, which decouples them from one another.

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Electronic element decoupling

Instruments such as microscopes, cameras, control panels, displays, etc., are exposed to disruptive influences such as shocks and unwanted vibrations and need to be protected. 

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Highly Resilient bearing

Highly-resilient bearings from Getzner can provide extremely efficient isolation of vibrations in buildings, even under high specific loads .

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Pump bearing

An effective way of isolating vibrations is to elastically decouple the pump.