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Gas Damper Furniture Compression Gas Springs , Nitrogen Gas Lift
Lockable gas spring is a hydro-pneumatic energy storage machine element which can be locked in any position of its stroke. Its usage can be ideal solution for any application where the advantage of a gas spring needs to be combined with locking feature.
Depending upon the behaviour of locking elastic, rigid to extension and rigid to compression types can be differentiated:
With high precision valve mechanisms of Suspa lockable gas springs special functions are available. These intelligent features can add value to end product into gas spring is built in increasing the quality of application and making more competitive.
Characteristics of the Product
can be set at an arbitrary position by opening and locking the internal oil (gas).
Operation is easy since opening and locking can be done by pressing the valve pin.
The movement is smooth because of an oil buffing, and the low elasticity index provides pleasant feeling.
It is easy to install as it is light in weight due to its reduced length and compact external mirror.
It is simple to install due to its convenient configuration.
In the tension override function, the gas spring will lock rigidly in the compressed state. If too high a tensile force is applied to the piston rod, an overload valve in the piston will open automatically and release the lock. The gas spring extends, thereby protecting the application from damage, e.g., from hitting the floor.
This variant is preferred in chairs and beds or treatment tables and beds. Head and foot panels can be adjusted without operating a separate actuation mechanism.
In the compression override function, the gas spring will lock in the extended state. In this version, too, an overload valve will open as soon as the load on the gas spring extends a defined limit. The lock will be released, the piston rod retracted slowly, protecting the application from overload. Proven protection that is often used in the height and tilt adjustment of desk and table tops.