Gas spring videos

Gas Spring

FLOATING GUIDE SYSTEM

Gas springs designed with a floating guide system which allows the stem to absorb lateral movements.

SINGLE CHAMBER GAS SPRINGS (TPF SERIES)

The gas within the gas spring is compressed inside a single chamber. The working area corresponds to the inner body diameter. Single-chamber gas springs typically offer considerable force.

GAS SPRING WITH CONNECTED CHAMBERS

This type of gas spring is characterized by having two chambers. During the compression of the gas spring, the gas passes from one chamber to the other by means of holes located on the piston rod.

The working area corresponds to the diameter of the stem. This type of construction makes it possible to offer longer working strokes in our program.

SHEATH-TYPE GAS SRPIINGS

These gas springs are characterized by the absence of contact between piston and body. They have been designed with a floating guide system, thus reducing increases in temperature thanks to their minimal internal friction levels. The working area corresponds to the diameter of the stem. This design allows us to offer an extremely compact program as well as enhanced forces in comparison with double chamber gas springs.

OVERSTROKE PROTECTION SOLUTION 1

This active safety system allows for a controlled discharge of nitrogen gas from gas springs in cases of working strokes longer than the specified nominal strokes.

OVERSTROKE PROTECTION SOLUTION 3

This active safety system allows for a controlled discharge of nitrogen gas from gas springs in cases of working strokes longer than the specified nominal strokes.

PROTECTION AGAINST UNRESTRAINED STEM EXPANSION

This active safety system has been designed for controlled emptying of gas from gas springs in cases of unrestrained stem expansion.

PROTECTION AGAINST EXCESSIVE PRESSURE

This active safety system allows for a controlled overpressure discharge in cases of pollution.

GAS SPRING PREPARATION FOR INTERCONNECTION

Gas springs with lateral G1/8 valves can be interconnected by means of fittings and hoses. This video provides an example.

INTERCONNECTION BY MEANS OF HOSES

To avoid pressure loss during the connection process for interconnected gas springs, the two ends of the hose must be simultaneously attached.

This video illustrates the connection between a gas spring and a control panel by means of a high pressure hose.