Marine Anti-Vibration Components
In marine environments, it’s not just vibration that your equipment needs to contend with – shock forces are relentless too. So, if your equipment is to keep running smoothly, it needs vibration isolation components up to the task of coping with these onerous conditions.
- Propeller shafts
Ensure optimum vibration isolation, even when asking the propeller to deliver maximum thrust.
- Marine vehicle engines, gearboxes, pumps and motors
Isolating vibration in boat engines, gearboxes etc is not only vital to user comfort, it can limit wear on bearings, other key components and resultantly reduce repair costs. It can also ensure that sensitive monitoring and measuring equipment isn’t compromised by excess vibration.
- Sub-sea drilling
Vibration is a major contributor to drill string damage. The more you can limit vibration, the less potential there is for drilling downtime. Talk to us about how our buffers, bobbins and bushes can isolate vibration in your drilling processes.
- Ocean wind farm construction and maintenance
A stationery wind turbine is a turbine that can’t fulfil its purpose, and one of the key factors in keeping the blades turning is protecting the bearings from vibration damage. Additionally, isolating low level vibration from wind turbines can reduce the impact on nearby monitoring equipment and wildlife.
Built for the ocean
For inboard marine applications, Fibets’ standard range of isolation products can resolve all aspects of vibration isolation.
Where there are requirements for externally sited marine applications, Fibet are able to offer our products manufactured in materials that can perform satisfactorily in onerous environmental conditions, including exposure to saltwater, chemical attack, temperature conditions, or any other factor that would normally cause a standard product to degrade.
Order anti-vibration components from Fibet
Whatever your application, Fibet can supply the engine mounts, buffers and bushes that can reduce wear, protect performance and cut the risk of failure. To explore which are the right vibration isolation components for your marine applications, call us now on 01282 878200 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.