Three seismic restraint and noise reduction products are being offered by Mason Industries.
Online PR News – 01-December-2010 – – Happauge, NY - Offering vibration isolation products, Mason Industries recently released a new series of stainless steel bellows expansion joints and ball joints. The manufacturer also received approval from UL and NFPA for its line of flexible stainless steel and bronze vee's, which work in sprinkler and fire safety systems.
Specializing in architectural isolation, the business is carrying the new products in a broad selection of sizes (1/2 an inch to16 inches), lengths (up to 10 feet in some styles), and combinations of end fittings (including fixed and floating flanges, male ends, grooved ends, copper sweat ends and weld ends). Mason also provides in-house capabilities to create almost any custom stainless steel or bronze flexible assemblies.
Mason Industries' new stainless steel bellows expansion joints are rated for as much as 250 psi, and come with weld or flanged ends. The joints are available in sizes of 2 to16 inches.
Mason's new ball joints are rated for 250 psi, and can be ordered with either weld or flanged ends. They are available in sizes 2 to 14 inches.
The flexible vee's that were approved by UL and NFPA are available in sizes of ½ an inch to 8 inches.
"Mason Industries is always looking for ways to build on our success and to resolve the problems other companies avoid," explained Mike Leuck, CIO of Mason Industries (http://www.mason-industries.com/masonind/private/ARCH/arch_main.cfm), a vibration isolation company.
To learn more about Mason Industries and its products such as seismic restraint, visit their web site at http://www.mason-industries.com or call (631) 348-0282 to speak with a member of their professional engineering staff.
About Mason Industries
Mason Industries has been a leader in the field of noise, vibration and seismic control for over 50 years. Their products are specified by consultants and architects throughout the world. In addition to a complete range of mountings, hangers, and flexible connectors for mechanical equipment, they also provide computer studies for snubbing systems in earthquake and bomb blast zones. Floating floors, walls and suspended ceilings provide total acoustical room isolation.
Rubber bearing pads and spring mountings are used to support entire buildings and railroads.
© 2010 Master Google (http://www.mastergoogle.com/) and Mason Industries. Authorization to post is granted, with the stipulation that Master Google and Mason Industries are credited as sole source. Linking to other sites from this article is strictly prohibited, with the exception of herein imbedded links.