Isolation Tables


Vibration isolation lab and working tables (series ISO-LT) feature low-frequency, self-leveling table tops. They are predominately employed for passive isolation of sensitive equipment and measuring instruments.

Our modular lab tables ISO-LT enable flexible and ergonomic design of the workplace. There are two different table tops available to suit a variety of applications: hard stone or cast iron.

The vibration isolation tables are supported by at least four membrane air springs series CFM-MAS, which are integrated in the table columns. The isolation system is fitted with a 3-point leveling system that guarantees an accuracy of ±0.02 mm.

The table features an integrated control and maintenance unit to supply the control system. The tuning frequency is approx. 2.3 Hz. The table can be supplied with a natural frequency up to 1.5 Hz on request.

Technical description:

  • The steel base frame is extremely stiff with an attractive, modular design. The surface is painted or powder-coated according to customer request.
  • Table feet with integrated membrane air springs from the MAS series with vertical natural frequency from 2.3 Hz to 1.5 Hz are available for order. The membrane air springs are fitted with adjustable damping; the legs also feature built-in leveling feet.
  • Highly accurate 3-point level control system with maintenance and control unit. The additional active level control system CFM-MC 300 is available on request; Level accuracy +/- 0.02mm.
  • Table top in granite or gray cast iron; the surfaces are polished or precision machined. Optional grid of tapped holes available on request.
  • Matching armrests, PC, keyboard and monitor mounts are available on request.
  • Rollers for easy movement of the table are available as an option.

Surface precision:

Granite: polished DIN 876/I

Cast iron: milled DIN 876/III

Table sizes:

All tables are available in the standard heights of 760 mm and 900 mm. Other heights are available on request and are made-to-measure in-house.


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