Gas springs

Gas springs

 

A gas spring; also called a strut or stay, is a mechanical device which harnesses the kinetic or elastic energy of a gaseous element to provide a potential energy source. In layman’s terms, the simplest form of gas spring is a cylinder, filled with an inert gas (nitrogen) to a pre-determined pressure. The rod being a movable entity becomes activated by the constant pressure on its cross-sectional area as if it were part of the cylinder wall, thus providing a positive force to the rod.

STANDARD GAS SPRING PRODUCTION SPECS

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TRACTION SPRING PRODUCTION SPECS

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LOCKABLE GAS SPRINGS SPECS

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