CFM Schiller individually designs your vibration isolation – tailored to your technical and economic requirements. A rigid body model is used for computer-aided calculation of oscillation amplitudes and velocities as well as the degree of isolation. We require the expectable static and dynamic loads during operation as well as the frequency band, in which the plant will be operated, from you. Further necessary boundary conditions are shape, position, and weight of superstructures on the seismic mass.
Based on these physical parameters, CFM Schiller will configure the vibration isolation. This procedure determines the shape and weight of the seismic mass and the type of vibration isolation – whether air springs or steel springs, additional volumes, and dampers are applied or not. We also take the existing infrastructure, spatial limitations, and underground properties into consideration. From the first layout phase on, we apply measures for effective implementation of plant operating safety.