Gas spring characteristics and application areas.


The Auto Gas Springs is filled with an inert gas or a m […]

The Auto Gas Springs is filled with an inert gas or a mixture of oil and gas in the closed pressure cylinder, so that the pressure in the chamber is several times or several times higher than the atmospheric pressure, and the pressure difference generated by the cross-sectional area of the piston rod is smaller than the cross-sectional area of the piston. To achieve the movement of the piston rod. Due to fundamental differences in principle, gas springs have significant advantages over ordinary springs: relatively slow speed, little change in dynamic force (generally within 1:1.2), easy to control; disadvantages: no relative volume, small coil spring, high cost The life is relatively short.

Gas springs are also called support rods, angle adjusters, gas pressure rods, dampers, etc., depending on their characteristics and application fields. According to the structure and function of the gas spring, the gas spring has a free gas spring, a self-locking gas spring, a traction gas spring, a random gas spring, a rotary chair gas spring, a gas pressure bar, a damper and the like. At present, the product is widely used in the fields of automobile, aviation, medical equipment, furniture, machinery manufacturing and so on.