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Vibration analyser among innovations to receive COMET grant

A new software for the analysis of vibration in vessels, vehicles and stationary plants developed by Isoflex Technologies International is among the latest round of Australian innovations to be granted a share of $42,400 as part of the Government’s Commercialising Emerging Technologies (COMET) program.

COMET, lead by the innovation minister, Senator Kim Carr, was designed to help Australian innovations garner market representation.

Isoflex Technologies has developed three key technologies which cover a range of products. They are:

Dual Core Engine Mounts, a dual core with the two cores having a different hardness rating; Co-Polymer Engine Mounts, a range of engine mounts have been developed utilising combinations of engineered polymers which in turn result in different levels of dampening or isolation of vibration; and Vibration Analysis Software, that determines the source of the vibration at different speeds.

The new vibration technologies can be used in industrial process and manufacturing plants.

Applications for the COMET program will close on 1 January 2010, when applications for a new Government initiative, Commercialisation Australia, will be open.

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