There are many different types of leveling mounts. All leveling mounts, of course, are designed to stabilize machines and equipment by making them level. If a machine or piece of equipment is tilting to the side, you can install leveling mount on the bottom of it. Rattle mounts support leveling applications such as this as well, but they offer several other benefits.
#1) Reduces Rattling
They are known as “rattle mounts” because they reduce rattling. Machines and equipment can rattle. When left unchecked, rattling noises can be a nuisance. They will distract you away from other work-related tasks while potentially hurting your productivity. Fortunately, you can reduce rattling with rattle mounts.
#2) Available With a Bracket
Rattle mounts are available with a bracket. As shown in the photo above, the bracket consists of a washer-like fastener. You can raise or lower the bracket by turning it clockwise or counterclockwise. By placing it directly under the machine or equipment, the bracket will evenly distribute the weight of the machine or equipment.
#3) Protects Machines and Equipment From Damage
Rattle mounts will protect the machines and equipment with which they are used from damage. Machines and equipment can sustain damage due to excessive vibrations. As they vibrate, some of their parts may wear out.
You can use rattle mounts to protect machines and equipment from vibration-related damage. Rattle mounts are leveling feet, and like other types of leveling feet, they’ll stabilize the machines and equipment with which they are used. Machines and equipment will then vibrate less, so they’ll be better protected against damage.
#4) All-Steel Construction
You can rest assured knowing that rattle mounts are strong. They are made entirely of high-quality steel. Rattle mounts aren’t made of aluminum, nor are they made of polymer materials. Rather, they are made entirely of high-quality steel. With their all-steel construction, rattle mounts can withstand heavy loads.
#5) Easy-to-Use Stud Design
Installing rattle mounts is a breeze. They feature a stud design consisting of a threaded rod. To install rattle mounts, you just need to twist them into threaded holes on the bottom of a machine or piece of equipment.
As long a machine or piece of equipment has threaded holes on the bottom, it will support leveling mounts with a stud design, including rattle mounts. Rattle mounts feature a stud design that makes them easy to use.