The conical mount consists of a conical outer part with mounting flange, an internal rubber body, and a conical inner part made of steel. The outer part often has the shape of a deep-drawn tin pot. Often there is a vulcanized stop that works against an existing structure or an supplied disk. The cone bearing is very rigid in two spatial directions, as the rubber body is exposed to high pressure. In the third direction, the bearing is much softer. Depending on the requirements, cavities or kidneys can be inserted into the rubber body. As a result, the spring stiffness can be designed in a radial direction independently of the right-angled spring stiffness.[/bigletter]
The preload is usually
achieved by the dead weight of the object to be stored.
cabin mounts from Jörn
Jörn GmbH has been supplying bearings for decoupling vehicle cabins for decades. Here Mr. Reinke presents some variants and goes into the technology. The spectrum ranges from very light cabins to heavy duty applications. Among others, Jörn supplies his mounts to Daimler, MAN and Fendt. But also special vehicles of all kinds are equipped with Jörn bearings, such as fire engines.