SKF Vibracon selection tool
Find your economical machinery mounting solution!
SKF Vibracon is a machinery mounting chock that is easily and accurately adjusted. The chock accomodates the angular difference, up to 4°, between machine and the mounting base without expensive machining of the base or the extra work of installing epoxy resin chocks. The self-levelling capability, combined with the height adjustment feature, eliminates the possibility of a soft foot in the production line throughout the life cycle of the machinery.
Carbon steel chocks (E-CS)
The SKF Vibracon adjustable chock has many configurations and material options to satisfy technical concerns, the carbon steel models being suitable for indoor use.
Surface treated chocks (E-CSTR)
Many installations where the SKF Vibracon chocks are applied can be found in tough, humid and salty climates.
Stainless steel chocks (E-SS)
In harsh conditions, were requirements cannot be met by carbon steel surface treated chocks, the stainless steel chocks will be the solution.
SKF Vibracon low profile (ELP-ASTR)
The low profile elements offer an economic solution for repair projects or fixed design systems where expensive milled chocks, shims or epoxy resins were applied previously.
This tool will allow you to easily select the right adjustable chock for your application. Start the SKF Vibracon pre-selection here.
Choose a preferred measurement unit before starting
SKF Vibracon solution
Solution proposed with Additional bottom ring (ABR)
Information which you have to check for your actual application
|C : Available chocking height|
|1 : Minimum required free space diameter around the bolt hole center|
|2 : Minimum required distance center line of bolt hole till end of top plate|
|3 : Minimum required distance center line of bolt hole till end of top plate|
|4 : Minimum required distance center line of bolt hole till end of bed plate|
|5 : Recommended top plate thickness|
|6 : Minimum required bolt clamping length|
Mounting kit type
Supplied by SKF
|2D drawing||download DWG|
|3D drawing||download STP|
|SKF Spherical washer||Use is recommended to avoid bending forces in the bolt.|
|2D drawing||-download DWG|
|3D drawing||-download STP|
To be supplied by others
|Additional bottom ring (ABR) not required||-||-||-|
|Additional bottom ring (ABR) required||download PDF sketch|
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