Damping effect of NB HINGE:

When an object vibrates under the action of an external force, it produces a counterforce that attenuates the external force. The ratio of this to the force is called the damping coefficient. Usually the direction of the damping force is always opposite to the direction of the velocity of the motion. Therefore, the greater the damping coefficient of the material, the better its damping effect or damping effect. However, the greater the damping, the better, the greater the damping to a certain extent between the two objects become rigid connection, damping and spring generally used together, too much damping, will not play a buffer effect.

01. helps to reduce the resonance amplitude of mechanical structures.

02. helps the mechanical system to quickly return to a stable state after an instantaneous shock.

03. help to reduce the sound radiation caused by mechanical vibration, reduce mechanical noise.

04. Helps reduce the structure's ability to transmit vibration.