Our industrial gas springs are a cost-effective way to reduce wear and tear and improve performance for any application involving the positioning of moving parts. The use of gas springs on applications has rapidly expanded in recent years due to gas springs coming in more cost-efficient compact designs.
Gas springs also offer a high level of operating convenience and safety during use thanks to locking and non-locking styles. OneMonroe can provide you with extensive technical, design and installation support for many applications. The vast know-how of our application consultants and technicians coupled with our highly efficient installation proposal programs and practical arrangements, ensure the best industrial gas spring solutions. Gas springs are used in the Automotive, Furniture and Aerospace industries.
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 variety of environments and applications, including food processing equipment, automotive, medical and diagnostic apparatus, fitness equipment and business machinery. Give us a call or take a look at our gas spring guides and application pages. Updated: 9/17/21
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What is the expected lifespan of a gas spring?
Gas springs, also known as gas struts, are a widely used mechanical component in various industries, from automotive to furniture. The expected lifespan of a gas spring is determined by several factors, including proper installation and maintenance. The buildup of particulates between the cylinder and piston rod should be minimized to ensure the smooth operation of the gas spring.
The number of cycles a gas spring can endure before it wears out is a crucial factor in determining its lifespan. On average, a gas spring can be cycled approximately 40,000 times before reaching the end of its service life. However, the actual lifespan of a gas spring is largely dependent on how frequently it is cycled, as well as how well it is maintained.