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Pre-Installation Checklist for
Optical Table Systems and Workstations
L A B A C C E S S – H A L LW AY S , S TA I R S , D O O R S
You should plan the route that will be used to transport the optical
table to your lab. Depending on the size of your optical table, you may
have difficulty moving through hallways, doorways and around corners
or up stairs. Remind those moving the table top that an allowance
should be made for the crate. Adding 4” to each dimension is
approximate but call Newport for exact crate dimensions.
Be aware of obstacles such as stairs
E L E VAT O R S
Elevators may be needed to move your optical table. Be sure that
the load capacity and the size of the elevator are adequate for your
optical table. Make sure the table can fit in the elevator. Tables
may be moved in the vertical orientation to fit in elevators, through
doorways and around corners.
Measure doorways to ensure your optical table can fit
Be sure you can maneuver around corners when transporting your optical table to
your lab
Check size and load capacity of your elevator
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Pre-Installation checklist for
Optical Table Systems and Workstations
L A B S PA C E
The appropriate space in the lab should be prepared in order to
avoid having to store the optical table system. Select the best
location for your vibration control system based on utility access and
avoid noisy areas such as air ducts, doorways, non load bearing
walls and walls with adjoining hallways. Riggers and/or installers
sometimes have to use overhead gantries to install optical tables.
If permanent overhead shelves are present, obstructions may occur.
Consult with your facilities department or a qualified rigging service
before scheduling installation.
For example the VIS3660-SG2-325-A, the breadboard weight of the
36” x 60” x 2” thick breadboard plus the payload on top of the breadboard is
950 lbs. The VIS3660-SG2-325-A has I-325 isolators. The required pressure is:
950 lbs
required pressure = ––––––––––––––––––––––––––
+ 10 psig
4 x 4.6 in2
required pressure = 62 psi
Note that the maximum operating pressure for the system is 90 psig
(6.3 kg/cm2).
A I R S U P P LY
For OTS and Integrity Series
Pneumatic isolator systems require a constant supply of compressed air
for proper operation. The required pressure is determined by dividing
your total load, including table top by the total isolator diaphragm area
plus 10-15 psi. The total pressure required should not exceed 90 psi.
total load (lbs)
required pressure = ––––––––––––––––––––––––––
+ 10 psig
9.4 in2 x (number of isolators)
For S-2000 Series Stabilizer
total load (lbs)
required pressure = ––––––––––––––––––––––––––
+ 10 psig
4 (number of isolators) x 25.9in2
For example, the table weight of a 4’ x 6’ x 8” thick table plus the payload on
top of the table is 1850 pounds. The table will be mounted on an Integrity or
OTS frame (see figure 1 for table weights). The required pressure is:
1850 lbs
––––––––––––––––––––––––––
+ 10 psig
4 x 9.4 in2
For example, the table weight of a 4’ x 8’ x 8” thick table plus payload
on top of the table is 2850 pounds (see figure 1 for table weights).
The table will be mounted on four S-2000A pneumatic isolators.
The required pressure is:
required pressure = 59 psig
Note that the maximum operating pressure for the system is 90 psig
(6.3 kg/cm2).
2850 lbs
––––––––––––––––––––––––––
+ 10 psig
4 x 25.9in2
required pressure = 37.5 psi
Note that the maximum operating pressure for the system is 95 psig
(6.7 kg/cm2).
Compressed air lines installed in lab
For Vision IsoStation
total load (lbs)
required pressure = –––––––––––––––––––––––––– + 10 psig
4 (number of isolators) x diaphragm area
Diaphragm area:
I-125 isolator = 1.6 in2
I-325 isolator = 4.6 in2
Suitable sources of air include in-house compressed air supplies, portable,
quiet air compressors such as Newport’s ACWS or ACGP, bottled nitrogen.
Do not use carbon dioxide. Air should be filtered to remove water, oil and
particulate, Newport offers an ARF air regulator filter.
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4500
3500
Pounds
3000
2500
2000
TABLE THICKNESS:
A: 36 in. (914 mm.)
B: 24 (610)
C: 18 (457)
D: 12 (305)
E: 8 (203)
A
1500
B
C
D
2000
1500
1000
Kilograms
4000
E
500
1000
500
0
Portable, quiet air compressor
and ARF air filter regulator
bottled nitrogren
6
1.8
8
2.4
10
3.0
12
14
3.6
4.2
Table Length
16
4.8
18
5.4
20 ft.
6.0 m.
Figure 1: Approximate net weights (±10%) for 4 ft (1.2 m) wide steel tables. For 5 ft (1.5 m)
wide models add 20%, for 3 ft (0.9 m) models, subtract 25%. Shipping weights can be
estimated by adding 100–200 lbs (45–90 kg) for crate weight.
STORAGE
WHEN TABLE IS DELIVERED TO YOUR DOCK
Optical table tops should be stored horizontally to maintain flatness
and minimize the risk of damage or injury. It is best to leave the optical
table in its crate during storage and we recommend not uncrating the
table only after it has reached your lab. Do not store your optical table
outdoors.
CAREFULLY INSPECT ALL PACKAGES AND CRATE FOR ANY
SIGNS OF MISHANDLING before accepting the shipment from the
carrier.
The following is a list of conditions that should be clearly noted on
the bill of lading as damage or possible damage. If any of these
conditions are noted at the time of delivery the product must be
inspected immediately
•
•
•
•
•
•
Horizontally stored optical table
Holes in the crate or packaging
Visible damage to the part
Deep scratches or dents on the crate or packaging
Missing pieces of the crate or packaging including banding
Activated shock watches and tilt sensors
Moisture or moisture stains
Do not store vertically
FORKLIFT
A forklift may be required to remove the optical table from the delivery
truck. The load capacity of the forklift must be adequate. The graph
below can be used to estimate crated and uncrated table weights.
Loading dock
Forklift with crated table
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Position of the crate at delivery must be flat with the cleat side
touching the ground. It could cause personal injury and damage to the
product if the part is delivered or stored on its side
Bill of Lading – be sure freight bill is signed and dated by the driver
• Compare all documents and labels for accuracy and make sure your
company is listed as the consignee on all packages and bill of lading.
RIGGERS
Large machinery movers (“riggers”) can be hired to install optical
table systems. Newport can deliver your table directly to a rigger. If
you need assistance in locating a rigger, please contact your Newport
Corporation Sales representative.
NOTES
• Verify the piece count and compare to bill of lading before signing.
Always sign for freight exactly how it is received.
• Note on the bill of lading any variation to the packaging and the piece
count.
In the event of product mis-handling during shipment
• Note damage exception on the bill of lading
• Take photographs of the damage including the packaging if possible.
• Damage should be reported within 24 hours of delivery to Newport
Corporation.
• Contact Newport Corporation customer service or your regional sales
manager.
• Save all packaging if carrier inspection* is required
*The freight carrier will contact the customer within 48 hours to arrange
for the inspection.
Shipping crate with a hole in the side caused by a forklift
See our installation and setup videos
on Newports YouTube channel
www.newport.com
Newport Corporation, Global Headquarters
1791 Deere Avenue, Irvine, CA 92606, USA
PHONE: 1-800-222-6440 1-949-863-3144
FAX: 1-949-253-1680
EMAIL: [email protected]
Complete listings for all global office locations are available online at www.newport.com/contact
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EMAIL
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Irvine, CA, USA
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Newport Corporation, Irvine and Santa Clara, California and Franklin, Massachusetts;
Evry and Beaune-La-Rolande, France; Stahnsdorf, Germany and Wuxi, China have
all been certified compliant with ISO 9001 by the British Standards Institution.
PHONE
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