Air-cooled shaker systems

  • 23-Mar-2011 02:30 EDT
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Unholtz-Dickie's K-Series family of electrodynamic shaker systems are air-cooled and provide a 3-in (76-mm) stroke with a maximum output rating of 17,000 lb·ft (23,050 N·m). The K170 shakers were designed using FEA and are suitable for testing large packages at high g-levels while maintaining total air-cooling economy. The K170 is available in two armatures, 17.5 in (445 mm) and 25.75 in (654 mm), which support loads up to 2500 lbs (1134 kg) and provide standard automatic table centering. The shaker armature suspension incorporates dual in-line guide bearings and rugged shear mount elements to restrain off-axis motion and extend reliability for long-stroke, low-frequency vibration test specifications. Shakers are offered with three base configurations: low profile, pedestal base, and slip table.

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