Put Vibration Isolation Pads at the Top of Your List!

We’ve all done it, incorrectly measured something and then had to go back to square one. Of course, if you are just installing a shelf in the kitchen it’s not too hard to get new piece of wood and start again, but just imagine how costly and time-consuming it can be if you do it while building a multi-million dollar factory or municipal building! At Kellett Enterprise, we try to impress upon our clients that before they lock-in final measurements in any project, they first take into account their vibration isolation needs. We have seen far too many cases of builders coming to us after the fact trying to find a way to fit our padding into existing spaces. While we can usually accommodate any custom-retrofitting project, it is far easier, much more effective, and less expensive to make vibration isolation padding the first thing you consider not the last!

Kellett’s LP-13 Shake Absorber pads are a perfect starting point when designing a new or restoring an older structure. This is especially the case if you plan on housing or installing certain types of equipment including.

  • Weaving Looms
  • HVAC Units
  • Lab Equipment
  • Generators
  • Weight Scales
  • CNC Machines
  • Exhaust Fans
  • Conveyor Belts and more…

It is also important to remember that our LP-13 Shake Absorber pads are load bearing, so they are more than just an add-on, they can be an integral part of your design. So before you start construction on your next project, no matter the size or cost, visit Kellett’s website or contact one of our vibration isolation and sound reduction experts first. Trust us, it will save you time, money, and a ton of giant headaches! Oh and if are redoing anything in your own house, don’t forget that Kellett also offers a wide range of amazing home products as well!


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