Gas Spring Guides
Gas springs are the cost-effective answer to positioning moving parts. Gas springs improve the performance and ergonomic character of a device, while enhancing safety through controlled opening and closing speeds. Designed to last the lifetime of most products, industrial gas springs are self-contained, clean and maintenance-free. Put them to work in a varietyof environments and applications, including food processing equipment, automotive, medical and diagnostic apparatus, fitness equipment and business machinery.
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Gas springs are available in both non-locking and locking styles. Both styles leverage a cylinder of compressed gas to apply a compressive force. This is essentially what distinguishes them from traditional coil springs. Coiled springs leverage a piece of coiled … Read More
Coil springs are used in countless consumer and commercial products. You can find them in everything from mattresses and recliners to automotive suspension systems, medical instruments, lawnmowers and more. As their name suggests, coil springs are characterized by a coiled … Read More
Ever wonder why extension springs have hooked ends? There are two primary types of springs: compression and extension. While they both consist of coiled metal, only extension springs have hooked ends. As shown in the adjacent photo, the ends of … Read More
Double-action spring door hinges are commonly used in workplaces, businesses and public facilities. They allow for an omnidirectional swinging action. Doors installed with double-action spring door hinges will swing in both ways. For a better understanding of double-action spring door … Read More
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