Bell-shaped rubber mountings from Advanced Antivibration Components (New Hyde Park, NY) are designed to dampen shock and vibration for loads up to 887 kgf (1956 lbf). The mountings are made from a combination of natural rubber and styrenebutadiene rubber compound to offer pliability and elasticity. Of the 12 isolators in the series, two have a four-hole mounting and 10 have a two-hole mount configuration. They all feature a welded steel plated nut at the top of the housing. Typical applications include use under controllers, large pumps, fans, motors, compressors, and other medium load equipment. Designed for use in compression, their durometer hardness ranges are 45 and 60±5.

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