Extension Force of Gas Shock Absorber
Gas spring is filled with non-toxic nitrogen under high pressure. This generates a loading pressure acting on the cross-sectional area of the piston rod. This creates the extension force. If the extension force of the gas spring is higher than the force of the counterweight, the piston rod extends. If the extension force is lower, the piston rod retracts. The flow cross-section in the damping system determines how fast the elongation occurs. In addition to nitrogen, there is a defined amount of oil inside for lubrication and end position damping. The suspension comfort of a pneumatic spring can be determined according to the need and for the respective task.