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Installation instructions SLM-1A and SLM-3A

IMPORTANT:
  1. Do not use Stabl-Levi under static loads greater than the indicated maximum.
  2. Do not inflate Stabl-Levi unless static weight of equipment to be mounted is placed atop the mount. Read instructions carefully.
  3. WARNING: Stabl-Levl should not be pressurized above 60 psi. ll in doubt the pressure should be checked with a pressure gage, such as Schrader tire gage type 8100. Models SLM-1A and SLM-3A should be inflated with a bicycle-type pump or regulated air supply set to G0 Psi or less to avoid overinflation.
  4. Whenever equipment is to be removed lrom mounts, deflate mounts before removal of load.
  5. The level of the support base as well as the equipment foot should be such that no Stabl-Levl between equipment and support base will have to be adjusted for level more than ± 1/4 inches.
A. TO INSTALL
  1. Raise equipment to height greater than 2-1/2 inches and place Stabl-Levl mount between equipment and support base.
  2. Insert center bolt and engage threads in mount. Hand tightening is adequate at this point.
  3. Lower equipment, which will come to rest on mount surface "M".
  4. Tighten bolt.
    IMPORTANT: Tightening of the SLM- 1A Mounting Bolt may cause twisting of the top mounting surface which could result in reduced isolator lite. To avoid this possibility, raise the static load until mount baseplate is free and isolator twist is relieved, In cases where the holes in the SLM mounting plate must be aligned with existing holes in the mounting structure it is permissible to rotate the body of the mount to line up the holes. If rotation exceeds 5°, however, it will be necessary to loosen the top bolt and readjust the equipment.
  5. Lower equipment and install bolts through mounting holes provided in base plate it mount tie-down is desired.
  6. Sequentially pressurize each isolator through valve until dimension "X" is 1/16 inches for each mount.
  7. Continue sequential pressurization of each mount so that dimension "X" increases in increments of approximately 1/8 inches until "X" is 1/2 inches or the overall mount height is 2-1/2 inches (whichever is more convenient to measure).
B. TO LEVEL
  1. Bleed or insert air to respectively lower or raise mount height in smal lincrements until desired level is reached.
  2. Check each mount for overall height which should be within 2-1/2 i ±1/4 inches. If beyond this range repeat pressurization/bleed process until height tolerance and desired levels are reached.

NOTE: If air supply pressure exceeds indicated requiremem for static load, isolator will seek a height greater than 2 1/2". To install mount under such circumstances, valve is manually bled to reduce to 2 1/2". If air supply pressure is less than indicated requirement for static load, larger mount may be required.
NOTE: The equipment foot should cover the entire top surface ‘M’ of the mount. If not, a plate of Diameter "G" should be placed between the foot and the mount.

STABL-LEVL™
installation Instructions SLM-6A - SLM-192A

IMPORTANT:
  1. Do not use Stabl-Levl under static loads greater than the indicated maximum.
  2. Do not inflate Stabl-Levl unless static weight ot equipment to be mounted is placed atop the mount. Read instructions carefully.
  3. WARNING: Stabl-Levi should not be pressurized above 80 psi. If in doubt the pressure should be checked with a pressure gage, such as Schrader tire gage type 8100.
  4. Whenever equipment is to be removed from mounts, deflate mounts before removal of load.
  5. The level ot the support base as well as the equipment toot should be such that no Stabl-Levi between equipment and support base will have to be adjusted tor level more than ± 1/4 inches.
A. TO INSTALL
  1. Raise equipment to height greater than 3-1/2 inches and place Stabl-Levl mount between equipment and support base.
  2. Insert center bolt and engage threads in mount. Hand tightening is adequate at this point.
  3. install bolts through corner holes provided in mount base plate it mount tie-down is desired.
  4. Lower equipment, which will come to rest on mount surface "M".
  5. Tighten all bolts.
  6. Sequentially pressurize each isolator through valve until dimension "X" is 1/16 inches tor each mount.
  7. Continue sequential pressurization oi each mount so that dimension "X" increases in increments of approximately 1/8 inches until "X" is 9/16 inches or the overall mount height is 3-1/2 inches (whichever is more convenient to measure).
B. TO LEVEL
  1. Bleed or insert air to respectively lower or raise mount height in small increments until desired level is reached.
  2. Check each mount tor overall height which should be within 3-1/2 ± 1/4 inches. lf beyond this range repeat pressurization/bleed process until height tolerance and desired levels are reached.

NOTE: It air supply pressure exceeds indicated requirement tor static load, isolator will seek a height greater than 3 1/2". To install mount under such circumstances, valve is manually bled to reduce to 3 1/2". If air supply pressure is less than indicated requirement for static load, larger mount may be necessary to increase height to 3 1/2" unless air-pressure can be increased.
NOTE: The equipment foot should cover the entire top surface “M” of the mount. It not, a plate of Diameter “G” should be placed between the foot and the mount.

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