Keystone Electronics (Astoria, NY) has developed a series of anti-vibration grommets engineered for electrical insulation, mechanical damping, and noise suppression in office or lab equipment. The devices feature “fingers” that flex as needed to dampen unwanted noise or vibration. Incorporated are special shoulder screws to provide correct spacing, which allows screws to be fully tightened down. The grommets are designed to accommodate panels from .031" to .125" thick, and are manufactured from durable EPDM rubber in black or blue color. The mating, custom-fitted shoulder screws are made of Nickel plated steel in 6-32 and M3 threads.

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This article first appeared in the May, 2012 issue of Medical Design Briefs Magazine.

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