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SN EN 1299 : 1997 + A1 2009

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The latest, up-to-date edition.

MECHANICAL VIBRATION AND SHOCK - VIBRATION ISOLATION OF MACHINES - INFORMATION FOR THE APPLICATION OF SOURCE ISOLATION
Published date

12-01-2013

Foreword
Introduction
1 Scope
2 Normative references
3 Definitions
4 Purpose of source isolation
5 Applicability of vibration isolation
6 Information for the choice of an isolation system
    for a machine
    6.1 General
    6.2 Information to be supplied by the machine
          manufacturer
          6.2.1 Physical data of the isolation system
                 6.2.1.1 Machine drawing
                 6.2.1.2 Vibration excitation
                 6.2.1.3 Special requirements
                 6.2.1.5 Special requirements for
                          mechanical stability
          6.2.2 Physical data of the isolation system
                 6.2.2.1 General data
                 6.2.2.2 Dynamic behaviour
                 6.2.2.3 Durability
                 6.2.2.4 Environmental data
                 6.2.2.5 Maintenance data
    6.3 Information that the machine manufacturer
          shall require from the user
          6.3.1 Technical information on the surrounding
                 structure of the machine
          6.3.2 Vibration and shock situation of the
                 surrounding structure of the machine
          6.3.3 Climatic environment
7 Guidelines for the validation of isolation efficiency
Annex A (informative) Elements for vibration isolation
A.1 Springs
      A.1.1 Elastomer springs
      A.1.2 Metal springs
      A.1.3 Air springs
A.2 Dampers
A.3 Combinations of springs and dampers
A.4 Active vibration isolators
Annex B (informative) Bibliography
Annex ZA (informative) Relationship of this European
Standard with EU Directives

Provides guidelines for ensuring the provision of adequate application of isolation by manufacturers, for reduction of the risks occasioned from vibration generated from machines. Also supplies guidance for ensuring that users give enough information with regard to their applications to machine suppliers, or for enabling of the optimum selecting and designing of vibration isolation.

DevelopmentNote
1997 Edition Re-issued in February 2009 & incorporates AMD 1 2009. (03/2009)
DocumentType
Standard
PublisherName
Swiss Standards
Status
Current

Standards Relationship
BS EN 1299 : 1997 Identical
I.S. EN 1299:1997 Identical
UNE-EN 1299:1997 Identical
EN 1299:1997+A1:2008 Identical
DIN EN 1299:2009-02 Identical
UNI EN 1299 : 2009 Identical

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