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Gas tension springs:

Gas Tension pull springThe throttle cable is always retracted by default. This type works in reverse to standard gas springs. When a force greater than the compressed nitrogen filling pressure is applied, the tension spring pushes out to the maximum extended length.

This type of spring is usually used when space reasons, the application of a compression spring is not possible. The throttle cable spring is available in two versions: with end damping and without end damping.

We offer standard 3 types of gas tension springs:

Gaszugfeder ohne damfung

Gas tension spring without damping

This spring is mostly used to balance a weight. In the normal position, the piston rod of the gas pressure spring is always extended. The gas pressure on both sides of the piston in the gas pressure spring is the same. The gas is compressible. When an external force is applied to the piston rod towards the cylinder, the piston compresses the gas. Due to the penetration of the piston into the cylinder, the gas pressure increases. When the external force decreases, the piston returns to its original position.

Gaszugfeder mit dampfung

Gas tension spring with damping

This spring is mostly used to balance a weight. In the normal position, the piston rod of the gas pressure spring is always extended. The gas pressure on both sides of the piston in the gas pressure spring is the same. The gas is compressible. When an external force is applied to the piston rod towards the cylinder, the piston compresses the gas. Due to the penetration of the piston into the cylinder, the gas pressure increases. When the external force decreases, the piston returns to its original position.

Blokkierbare gaszugfedern

Lockable Gas tension spring

This spring is mostly used to balance a weight. In the normal position, the piston rod of the gas pressure spring is always extended. The gas pressure on both sides of the piston in the gas pressure spring is the same. The gas is compressible. When an external force is applied to the piston rod towards the cylinder, the piston compresses the gas. Due to the penetration of the piston into the cylinder, the gas pressure increases. When the external force decreases, the piston returns to its original position.

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