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Anti vibration pads

In order to make the most of your purchases, you need to know exactly what everything in your industry is. This includes learning about some of the nitty gritty details, because usually the big repair bills come when the small parts break. So, for your benefit, here’s some info on those parts!

Vibration Pads.

Vibration pads reduce the vibration and noise generated by machinery, like washing machines. This is done with the vibration pads’ bottom treads, which grip the floor. Vibration pads ensure stability. Most front-load washers can be fit with vibration pads, and are generally safe for most types of floors.

Coupling Nuts and Bolts.

Coupling bolts allow pieces of machinery, while still staying secure, to rotate an average of 70 degrees. Coupling nuts , which are also known as extension nuts, are threaded fasteners used to join two male threads. The fastener’s outside is usually of a hexagonal shape, so that a wrench can hold it.


You can use grippers to pick up a variety of differently sized objects, from very small, to huge and heavy objects. A gripper is a device that allows you to hold an object and manipulate it. The fingers are not necessarily part of the gripper, but are specialized custom tooling you can use to grip the object. These are referred to as “jaws.”

Lifting Magnets.

Lifting magnets are versatile, and easy to operate, and allow users to wield heavy objects with ease and accuracy. You can be use them on flat and round material that range from 0 to 11,000 pounds. There are bigger lifting magnets designed for jobs like such as handling bar stock, slabs, plates, structurals, hot material, pipe rebar, radioactive material, slag, and more. Places that commonly use lifting magnets are steel mills, scrap yards, loading docks, warehouses, foundries, and other users of applicable steel products.

Hydraulic Pumps.

Hydraulic pumps can be hydrostatic or hydrodynamic, and are use in hydraulic drive systems. Depending on the type of flow that they’re intaking, hydraulic screw pumps are typically either single or double ended.

If you have any questions about any of these products, such as vibration pads, or anything unmentioned on this list, like leveling casters for example, feel free to ask in the comments! Helpful sites.

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