banner

News

Rod Seal GS Extends Service Life of Gas Springs

Update:17-04-2017
Summary:

In a wide range of consumer goods and daily equipment f […]

In a wide range of consumer goods and daily equipment found to improve the comfort of the gas spring. However, in industry, gas springs are increasingly used to improve the reliability and efficiency of the process. In order to provide reliable performance in their respective applications, all gas springs require an absolutely reliable sealing system that fully complies with its specific requirements.

The gas spring is a pneumatic spring. It is powered by highly compressed gas. The system is relatively simple to design, consisting of cylinders, pistons, piston rods and seals as its core components. The initial introduction of nitrogen produces the use of pressure, and usually synthetic lubricants help to perform the desired function. The gas pressure acts on the cross-section of the piston, its size changes, and when the piston rod enters the piston, a force is generated in the direction of travel. The role of the rod seal is to protect the gas introduced into the cylinder will not leak, thus preventing the loss of spring function.

The pneumatic spring is energized with a highly compressed gas. The system is basically a relatively simple design, including the cylinder, piston, piston rod and seal as its core components. The initial introduction of nitrogen produces a pressure of several cubic centimeters - usually synthetic lubricants help to perform the desired function. The gas pressure acts on the cross-section of the piston and its size changes. When the piston rod enters the piston, a force is generated in the direction of travel. The role of the rod seal is to protect the number of gases introduced into the cylinder from leakage, thereby preventing the loss of spring function.

GS rod seals are specifically designed for gas spring applications. In addition to small shells, they have a longer service life, lower friction and maximum air tightness. These properties are also suitable for use in hydraulic and pneumatic applications involving the same requirements, except in use in gas springs.

The short contact area of the sealing area ensures a low friction value. Due to the special shape, no support ring or bracket is required. Seals can be used for hydraulic and pneumatic systems with oil air.

GS rod seals can be used for a variety of compounds, it can be matched according to different requirements. It is compatible with the proven C1 seal profile and is suitable for the same housing.

See more at http://www.autocontrolcable.com/.