Reference

03.01.2022

Concrete Inertia Base with Integrated Springs

By utilizing InfiniSpring® a concrete inertia base can be manufactured as a pure sheet metal component. The concrete inertia base reduces equipment vibration, decreases motions during start and shut-down, prevents movement between driving unit and non-driving unit and functions as a structure borne noise isolator. InfiniSpring® concrete inertia base is efficient and very straight forward way for installing mechanical equipment resiliently.

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26.10.2020

Vibratec Oy Shaker Table with Integrated Springs

Vibratec Oy is an expert company focused on vibrating technics. Vibratec Oy designs and manufactures shaker tables as one of their products. Labrys Oy introduced the new InfiniSpring® design to Vibratec Oy CEO Aimo Immonen and Design Engineer Markku Immonen. Both Aimo and Markku were inspired by InfiniSpring® and saw great potential for use in their product line. This led to a new shaker table development project with the integration of InfiniSpring®.

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26.10.2020

Koja Oy Fan Unit with Integrated Springs

Koja Oy is a family-owned company offering customers intelligent and energy efficient HVAC systems, air handling systems and industrial fan solutions. Labrys Oy presented the new InfiniSpring® solution to Koja Oy R&D Management. Antti Häyrynen from Koja Oy R&D Management saw the potential in the InfiniSpring® integration and a new fan unit design was targeted to utilize InfiniSpring®-springs.

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Test

24.09.2020

How to select InfiniSpring® for a fan?

The test case fan is equipped with a 2.2 kW electric motor, which is controlled via variable-frequency drive. The motor nominal speed is 1440 rpm. The fan is used in air handling units and typically equipped with rubber elements. In this article InfiniSpring®-springs are dimensioned below the fan.

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Test

14.09.2020

Which frequencies are harmful for fan installations and what is fan’s minimum operating frequency?

Test case fan is equipped with 3HS20 InfiniSpring®-springs and with a 2.2 kW electric motor, which is controlled via variable-frequency drive. Motor nominal speed is 1440 rpm. This article focuses on testing the fan with big unbalance to see which rigid body modes are harmful for the fan installation.

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Test

08.09.2020

How safe is the spring selection based only on the weight data of a fan?

The test case fan is equipped with 3HS20 InfiniSpring®-springs and a 2.2 kW electric motor, which is controlled via variable-frequency drive. The motor nominal speed is 1440 rpm. The fan is used in air handling units and typically equipped with rubber elements. This article focuses on validating InfiniSpring®-spring selection based on the fan weight data.

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