Claim back valued laboratory space with the WS-4 Compact Vibration Isolation Table!
Features of the WS-4
- Regain valuable lab space with a compact device.
- A visual Load Adjustment Indicator for simply ascertainment of the best possible settings.
- Enjoy a fully passive 6 degree of freedom system that needs no electricity or air to run.
- An easy to use Vertical Stiffness Adjustment Screw that allows the user to dial in guaranteed with natural frequencies of 1/2 Hz or less in the vertical direction.
- Manual alterations can be made using the Vertical Load Adjustment Crank which makes for a simple vertical load.
- Customizable range for a tailored application.
A damped Phenolic top feature in the table that incorporates finding holes need for leveling feet of the BM-4 and the BM-1. This is an economical device that prevents ambient vibration with a stand that can withstand weight loads of 1000 lbs and perform with frequencies of 1/2 Hz in both vertical and horizontal directions.
Included in the product page are performance graphs that show the WS-4 offering 10-100 times improved results than a standard high-performance air table.
|Table Weight: Approximately 134 lb (62 kg)
Isolator: Approx. 80 lb (36 kg)
Stand: Approx. 54 lb (25 kg)
24" W x 24" D x 33" H
(610 mm W x 610 mm D x 838 mm H)
|Approximate payload weight range:
||60 - 100 lb
(27 - 48 kg)
||90 - 155 lb
(41 - 70 kg)
||180 - 270 lb
(82 - 123 kg)
||290 - 370 lb
(132 - 168 kg)
||360 - 525 lb
(164 - 239 kg)
||500 - 680 lb
(227 - 309 kg)
|Weight: Approximately 90 lb (41 kg) - Dimensions - an additional 0.675" taller than the above units
||630 - 900 lb
(285 - 408 kg)
||890 - 1050 lb
(403 - 476 kg)
- Vertical natural frequency of 1/2 Hz or less can be achieved over the entire load range.
- Horizontal natural frequency is load dependent. 1/2 Hz or less can be achieved at or near the nominal load.
|Part#: WS-4 Stand
Weight: Approximately 54 lb (25 kg)
|Dimensions: 24" W x 24" D x 23" H
(610 mm W x 610 mm D x 533 mm H)
**For International Orders, A Handling Fee of 5% is added.
Standard transmissibility graphs show performance curves that can be expected for this device: Below are examples of the vertical curve that illustrated the expected vertical 1/2 Hz performance. And the horizontal one illustrations a somewhat higher natural frequency.