NPFC - MIL-T-24487

TILE, RUBBER VIBRATION DAMPING, TYPE V

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 25 May 1990
Status: inactive
Page Count: 24
scope:

This specification covers rubber tiles intended for damping vibrations in steel structures for shipboard use.

intended Use:

Class 1 tile is intended to damp vibrations in steel plates 0.5 inch thick or less. The grooved face of the tile is bonded with epoxy resin to the steel plate. The grooved face enables the tile to... View More

Document History

January 28, 2005
TILE, RUBBER VIBRATION DAMPING, TYPE V
Class 1 tile. Class 1 tile is intended to be installed in accordance with the procedures of MIL-STD-2148 to damp vibrations in steel plates 0.5 inch (1.3 cm) thick or less. The grooved face of the...
MIL-T-24487
May 25, 1990
TILE, RUBBER VIBRATION DAMPING, TYPE V
Class 1 tile is intended to damp vibrations in steel plates 0.5 inch thick or less. The grooved face of the tile is bonded with epoxy resin to the steel plate. The grooved face enables the tile to...
October 30, 1973
TILE, RUBBER VIBRATION DAMPING, TYPE V
Class 1 tile. The class 1 tile is intended to damp vibrations in a steel plate ½ inch thick or less. The grooved face of the tile is to be bonded with epoxy resin to the steel plate. The grooved face...

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