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If other people are complaining about noise from your treadmill / gym equipment then these pads will solve the problem.
The pads are a mix of vibration isolators made from a superior combination of vibration damping materials. By combining ultra-high performance elastomers with bearing plates, outstanding vibration isolation values are achieved for the most problematic equipment.
Vibration pads are available for any treadmill application. Vibration isolation efficiencies up to 99% and over 40dB reduction are commonly achieved, eliminating noise transfer into other areas.
Although they will work with cheaper domestic type equipment, these pads are specifically designed for the larger professional machines used in commercial gyms. Do not be fooled by cheaper imitations, this product is robustly designed and manufactured to perform at the highest level.
The Treadmill Isolation Pads are inherently non-slip. The pads are sold by the set which consists of 2 front and 2 rear pads. For other special applications please contact us.
|Static deflection||Lightweight case|
|Deflection 1-2 cm|
|Deflection 2-3 cm|
|Water, petrol, alkali
and fuel resistance
Place one pad under each of the four treadmill feet. The floor under the treadmill should be clean and free of debris and all machine cords should have some free play.
Ensure the front pads are installed in the front and the rear pads are installed at the back of the unit. Lift the equipment according to the manufacturer's specifications and use proper safety procedures. Lower the treadmill into place and ensure that the foot is centred on the mounts. Please note that even deflection occurred.
Please Note: These units are specifically engineered for solid concrete floors. Using them on timber floors is unlikely to provide the levels of low frequency isolation stated. There may also be secondary issues with sympathetic vibrations when using a treadmill and isolator in a timber floor environment.
Proper installation and positioning of the front pads is as follows:
NOTE: If the full travel was 200mm - then while the machine is at its lowest position, the levelling wheel needs to be 100mm in front of the middle of the mount.
Reduces low frequency treadmill noise by 5-15dB between 20-80Hz