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VMC Group Shear-Flex Series are Elastomeric Pad-Type Isolators that provide excellent high frequency sound attenuation. These isolators are typically found in industrial machinery when a failsafe design is needed. Shearflex Pads are very effective in preventing shock and vibration transmission in non-critical installations.

Shearflex Series are molded elastomeric pads in a resilient cross-rib design.  Standard sheet sizes are 18" x 18" x 3/4" thick and 18" x 36" x 3/4" thick. The segments can easily be cut to fit the required loading and shape of equipment bases. Shearflex Series are available in three load ranges from 20 to 100 psi.  The pads are molded in color-coded, oil-resistant, Durulene™ elastomer (weather-resistant) for easy identification and durability.

Shearflex Series offer exceptional gripping - eliminating the need for bolting or cementing in most applications. Shearflex Series may also be used in multiple layers to increase deflection and are available pre-assembled, cut-to-size.

Features & Benefits

  • Three load ranges from 20 to 100 psi satisfy a wide variety of deflection requirements
  • Resilient cross-rib design provides exceptional gripping that requires no bolting or cementing
  • Weather-resistant Durulene™ elastomer
  • Multiple layer installation offers deflection and load range options


  • Punch presses
  • Milling machines
  • Compressors
  • Pumping equipment
  • Drill presses
  • Drop hammers
  • Forging hammers
  • Lathes




The engineers we employ hold the highest industry-recognized credentials in structural analysis, elastomer development and system dynamics.


We are the first ISO accredited PCA ISO-17065, third-party certification body for special seismic certification of non-structural building components and their mounting configurations by the ICC’s International Accreditation Service.

Test & Measurement

We are the only ISO 17025:2005 Accredited Seismic Simulation Test Laboratory with a triaxial shake table owned and operated by California licensed Structural engineers.