Located in Long Island, NY, AAC is a division of Designatronics which was established in 1960. We specialize in shock and vibration isolators with over 3,000 line items in our portfolio including rubber, silicone gel, urethane, neoprene, and stainless steel spring mesh materials. With over 36 years of technical expertise, we have built a reputation worldwide supplying shock and vibration solutions to the military, aerospace and defense, commercial, industrial and medical customers.
Our broad range of products includes spring, seismic, architectural, elastomeric, and cable isolators. We offer off-the-shelf and custom designs, online pricing and availability, free 3-D CAD model files, and free catalogs which are also available on CD.
Whether you are in the conceptual, prototyping, or production phase, let AAC take the energy out of your next shock and vibration application.
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Approved aftermarket components are needed in every industry. Here is a product specific to Boeing. Within the Boeing 747 aircraft galley are two separate water heaters, each with their own unique power requirements, supplied by a common busbar. To prevent overloads caused by simultaneous operation of both water heaters, the AAC S1028 ac current level… [Read More]
Multi-Media Productions (USA), Inc. is pleased to announce that Advanced Antivibration Components will be featured on 21st Century Business. Advanced Antivibration Components (AAC) is a global supplier of vibration and shock protection solutions to Medical, Electronics, HVAC, Industrial, Construction, Agricultural, Oil & Gas, Aerospace and Defense, Transportation and Packaging Industries. As electronics continue to evolve,… [Read More]
A new series of 3-in-1 leveling mounts from Advanced Antivibration Components – AAC are designed to dampen shock and vibration, provide leveling, and offer position mobility for packaging machinery applications. Identified as the V10Z44MCM… Series, incorporate a moveable mount in which the rubber mount is incorporated with a rotating ball. They allow movement of machines… [Read More]