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Gas springs stainless steel

  • Suitable for controlled lifting and lowering of hatches, caps and hoods
  • Individually fillable
  • Suitable for use in the foodstuff industry
  • Retroactive reduction of filling force through check valve
  • Maintenance-free
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Piston rod, stainless steel 1.4305.

Pressure tube, stainless steel 1.4301.

Filling medium: oil, nitrogen.
Piston rod and pressure pipe, bright.
Individual filled gas springs are excluded from replacement
Gas springs are maintenance-free, self-contained systems that are filled with nitrogen under high pressure. There is also an internal defined quantity of oil for end position damping and lubrication purposes. The gas springs contain a check valve in the grub screw of the pressure pipe which enables the extension force to be subsequently reduced.

The gas springs must be stored and mounted with the piston rod extending downwards.

The physical properties that apply when a gas spring is being filled result in a tolerance range of ±5 % for the rated extension force.

Gas springs are filled with nitrogen under high pressure and under no circumstances should they be opened or overloaded.
Other extension forces.

Potential extension force F1 (min.–max.)
Size 06/15: 40–400 N
Size 08/19: 50–700 N
Size 10/23: 100–1200 N
Size 14/28: 200–2500 N