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TTB Series flush-type, seismic elastomeric isolators provide effective shock and vibration control for low seismic applications. Typically used under HVAC, power generation and electrical equipment where seismic activity is a concern. 

The TTB Series housings are low profile designs ideal for installations with space restrictions. Structural sections are made of carbon steel for optimum strength and durability. All metal surfaces have a corrosion-resistant coating that provides extra protection and long-life.      

The elastomeric coatings resist oils, ozone and most solvents - providing optimum resilience in most conditions. The seismic design offers built-in snubbing that prevents the elastomeric elements from coming in contact with the housing. The operating temperature range of -20°F to 180°F offers continuous operation in all ambient conditions.

Features & Benefits

  • Static load range from 250 - 1,000 lbs. offers several solutions for light and medium load applications
  • Low natural frequency of 9 Hz at maximum load provides structure-borne noise attenuation in even the most difficult environments
  • Low profile housing design permits vertical installation where space is restricted
  • Built-in, seismic snubbing keeps equipment secure
  • Damping ratio of 5:1 offers excellent energy dissipation

Applications

  • Air handling units
  • Fans
  • Pumps
  • Chillers
  • Air compressors
  • HVAC equipment
  • Power generation
  • Electrical transformers
  • Motors

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Engineering

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

Certification

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.